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Marc Mac – It’s Right To Be Civil
Wednesday, July 6th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Marc Mac – It’s Right To Be Civil

Produced by Marc Mac Marking the 10th anniversary of this series of ‘mixtape style’, revolutionary and thought provoking albums, Omniverse Records have pressed a short run of never before on Vinyl releases. The complete set of records “It’s Right To B…

Marc Mac – Message From Soulville
Tuesday, July 5th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Marc Mac – Message From Soulville

Image: 1605011 Linited Edition Vinyl now available. 300 copies only.

Eclectic Music Producer and DJ Marc Mac (from 4hero) returns with another Mixtape Style album following on from ‘Extend The Knowledge” & “It’s Right To Be Civil”. Marc’s formula of Boom Bap Beats, Breaks, Jazz and Soul pull together soundbites from the Vietnam War era. Beats are intertwined with soundbites from the 1960’s Vietnam War protest era where African American’s were sent to fight during the Civil Rights period in the USA.

Marking the 10th anniversary of this series of ‘mixtape style’, revolutionary and thought provoking albums, Omniverse Records have pressed a short run of never before on Vinyl releases. The complete set of records “It’s Right To Be Civil”, “Extend The Knowledge”, “Message From Soulville” and the new “Generation – X” albums will be available each on single record continuous play vinyl. The albums are a must for the fans of Marc Mac’s side projects, each album has a story to tell and the collection makes great listening both musically and subtly informative. This is most defiantly for the collectors. Not to be slept on.

Tracklisting
1.Soulville Intro
2. Reason & Sanity
3. Brand New Thinkin
4. Front Line Colors
5. Fellin Like Clay
6. Saigon Say No
7. Love of Self
8. TV Star Joe
9. Re- Evaluate
10. Different Light
11. That’s What It Is
12. Afro Pride Soldier
13. Boom Bap Dap
14. Revisionist (Walk On)
15. Reflection Time
16. War Baby Bloods
17. Keep Your Word
18. G.I. Resistance
19. Fort Bragg Revolution
20. Soul Transformation
21. Clean Home
22. I Am Mr. Simple Available from 19.08.2016

Marc Mac – Extend The Knowledge
Tuesday, July 5th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Marc Mac – Extend The Knowledge

Produced by Marc Mac Marking the 10th anniversary of this series of ‘mixtape style’, revolutionary and thought provoking albums, Omniverse Records have pressed a short run of never before on Vinyl releases. The complete set of records “It’s Right To B…

Marc Mac – Generation – X
Tuesday, July 5th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Marc Mac – Generation – X

Limited Edition Vinyl release. Only 300 Pressing.Marking the 10th anniversary of this series of ‘mixtape style’, revolutionary and thought provoking albums, Omniverse Records have pressed a short run of never before on Vinyl releases. The complete set…

Tek & Figub (Teknical Developm.IS&Figub Brazlevic) – The Everyday Headnod
Friday, October 23rd, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Tek & Figub (Teknical Developm.IS&Figub Brazlevic) – The Everyday Headnod

Image: 1600492 Der Berliner Beat-Produzent Figub Brazlevic lässt zusammen mit dem englischen Rapper Tek auf ihrem gemeinsamen Album “The Everyday Headnod” die Herzen von BoomBap-Fans höher schlagen! Es gibt 15 Tracks auf dem Album mit Features von Mic Donet, Noritsu, Christmaz, Bad FX, Tesla und Rob Really. Die CD erscheint mit einem schönen Booklet inklusive aller Lyrics von Tek. Jeden Tag aufwachen, hinsetzen und sehen, was man am Ende des Abends vorzuweisen hat. Bei Figub Brazlevic und Teknical Development klappte das einfach und am Ende stand das Resultat: “The Everyday Headnod”. Figub bezeichnet es selbst als sein bisher bestes Album. Die Produktionen zu diesem Album sind alle jeweils in einer Session entstanden. Tek hat unglaubliche Patterns, und er zeigt hier einfach mal die versierten Skills, die er drauf hat. Das Album hat kaum klassische Reime, vielmehr ist es Dichterlyrik in unkonventionellen Flows und stark metaphorisch – Teknical Development eben. Zudem haben die beiden viele Scratches und Cuts eingefügt und Noritsu sowie Mic Donet singen dazu die Backvocals. Featuregäste sind Christmaz aus Schweden, Rob Really von der Moontroop-Crew, Soulcat E-Phife aus Wien und BadFX von der Omniverses-Crew, zu der Tek auch dazugehört. Für alle Fans von “Oldschool Future” ist es definitiv ein Leckerbissen, denn es ist kurz nach diesem Release entstanden. Es geht auf jeden Fall in den Nacken! Drums, Kopfnicken, Drums und Kopfnicken … Available from 04.12.2015

Joey Negro – Italo House (Part 1)
Thursday, July 3rd, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Joey Negro – Italo House (Part 1)

Image: 1589187 Joey Negro steps up to the plate with his new collection of Italo House. A personal selection of the deeper side of Italian house music.

Following on from the phenomenal success of the recent “Remixed With Love” compilation plus more Joey Negro compiled
albums including “GoGo Get Down”, “Backstreet Brit Funk”, “Destination Boogie” and the ever-popular Soul of Disco series Z
Records continues to release high quality compilations filled with lesser known disco, funk and boogie.
Now it’s the turn of “Italo House” to get the JN selection treatment with over 20 tracks hand picked from the late 80’s and
early 90’s covering a lot of the deeper classics and some lesser known releases from a golden era of Italian dance music.
The late 80s were undoubtedly a golden era for dance music. A time which saw the birth of many genres and sub genres –
from acid house to hardcore to Balearic – and of course Italo house. If you ask Jo Raver to name an Italo house track, they’d
probably come back with Blackbox, Jinny, Fiddlefatti or one of many big piano tune. At the same time there was another
equally distinctive sound coming out of Italy- a warmer, deeper, more emotional style which didn’t yield any commercial
hits. The sound was more jazzy and soulful with syncopated percussion, dreamy pads and, though piano was often used, it
wasn’t in the obviously programmed, big breakdown style which became a cliché of the Italo house genre. This more
underground side of Italo was closer to the original American house sound- but still retained a very European flavour.
In common with other Z compilations which have featured Britfunk and GoGo, this album was an important release for me.
Important because I love a lot of the records, many of which have been largely forgotten about, but also because there
really was a unique sound coming out of Italy, spread across many labels and involving numerous producers. As a result, it
has never really been fully showcased like this before. I’m glad this album exists for other people to discover or re-discover
the deeper side of Italo house. Joey Negro – Feb 2014

Tracklisting
A1 Don Carlos – Alone (Paradise Version)
A2 Paradise Orchestra – Satisfy Your Dreams (Club Mix)

B1 Double Dealers feat. Opi Williams – My Love (Club Version)
B2 Korda – Move Your Body (To The Sound) (Club Mix)
B3 Latin Blood – Deseo (Salsa Club Mix)

C1 Jestofunk – I’m Gonna Love You (Club Mix)
C2 Omniverse – Never Get Enough (Sunday Morning Mix)

D1 D-Rail – Bring It On Down (Joey Negro Edit)
D2 Montego Bay – Everything (S-Tone Mix)
D3 Steve Banzara – Black (Jaco Version)
Available from 13.06.2014

Joey Negro – Italo House
Thursday, July 3rd, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Joey Negro – Italo House

Image: 1589189 Joey Negro steps up to the plate with his new collection of Italo House. A personal selection of the deeper side of Italian house music.

Following on from the phenomenal success of the recent “Remixed With Love” compilation plus more Joey Negro compiled
albums including “GoGo Get Down”, “Backstreet Brit Funk”, “Destination Boogie” and the ever-popular Soul of Disco series Z
Records continues to release high quality compilations filled with lesser known disco, funk and boogie.
Now it’s the turn of “Italo House” to get the JN selection treatment with over 20 tracks hand picked from the late 80’s and
early 90’s covering a lot of the deeper classics and some lesser known releases from a golden era of Italian dance music.
The late 80s were undoubtedly a golden era for dance music. A time which saw the birth of many genres and sub genres –
from acid house to hardcore to Balearic – and of course Italo house. If you ask Jo Raver to name an Italo house track, they’d
probably come back with Blackbox, Jinny, Fiddlefatti or one of many big piano tune. At the same time there was another
equally distinctive sound coming out of Italy- a warmer, deeper, more emotional style which didn’t yield any commercial
hits. The sound was more jazzy and soulful with syncopated percussion, dreamy pads and, though piano was often used, it
wasn’t in the obviously programmed, big breakdown style which became a cliché of the Italo house genre. This more
underground side of Italo was closer to the original American house sound- but still retained a very European flavour.
In common with other Z compilations which have featured Britfunk and GoGo, this album was an important release for me.
Important because I love a lot of the records, many of which have been largely forgotten about, but also because there
really was a unique sound coming out of Italy, spread across many labels and involving numerous producers. As a result, it
has never really been fully showcased like this before. I’m glad this album exists for other people to discover or re-discover
the deeper side of Italo house. Joey Negro – Feb 2014

CD One
Don Carlos – Alone (Paradise Version)
Paradise Orchestra – Satisfy Your Dreams (Club Mix)
Double Dealers feat. Opi Williams – My Love (Club
Version)
Korda – Move Your Body (To The Sound) (Club Mix)
Omniverse – Never Get Enough (Sunday Morning Mix)
Jestofunk – I’m Gonna Love You (Club Mix)
Montego Bay – Everything (S-Tone Mix)
D-Rail – Bring It On Down (Dub)
Shafty – Deep Inside (Soul Trance Mix)
Steve Banzara – Black (Jaco Version)
Nexy Lanton – You Too (Atmosphere Version)
Mr Marvin – Entity (Jazzy)

CD Two
Aural – Desire (Martini Club Mix)
Arkanoid – Alpha Centauri (Extended Remix)
Key Tronics Ensemble – House of Calypso
M.C.J feat. Sima – Sexitivity (Club Mix)
Lipstick Traces – I Want You (Claim Mix)
DJ Le Roy feat. Bocachica – Yo Te Quiero (Detroit
Version)
Latin Blood – Deseo (Salsa Club Mix)
Soft House Company – What You Need (Original Mix)
Centric House – Alright Alright (Seaside Mix)
Love Quartet – Kiss Me (Don’t Be Afraid)
Funkmaster Sweat – House of Latin
Carol Bailey – Understand Me (Dreams Piano Remix) Available from 13.06.2014

Marc Mac of 4hero takes another journey through the 1960’s Civil Rights movement …
Thursday, January 26th, 2012 | Tags: , ,
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Marc Mac takes another journey through the 1960’s Civil Rights movement with “Extend The Knowledge”. The limited edition double CD is packed with jazzy, soulful 90’s style hip hop beats cleverly intertwined with vocal clips from the Civil Rights era. “Extend The Knowledge” is the follow up beat tape from “It’s Right To Be Civil” […]

Sun Ra and His Mythic Science Arkestra live at the Theatre du Chatelet Paris …
Tuesday, October 26th, 2010 | Tags: , ,
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Sun Ra live at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris, 1971. A double pack including unpublished pictures from the concert by Jorg Becker and liner notes by Arkestra member Knoel Scott. The Art Yard / Kindred Spirits collaboration series continues with this unreleased and much sought-after concert by Sun Ra and His Mythic Science Arkestra […]

J.Rawls
Monday, September 19th, 2005 | Tags: , ,
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With Kool Herc having already secured his place in history, it was in his early teens that, J.Rawls, along with two of his friends from the block in Columbus, Buka and Duane, started off like most at that age did, rapping the lyrics of “La Di Da Di”. A few equipment purchases later and the […]

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