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Zen-Zin & Pawcut – The Butterfly Effect
Thursday, September 18th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Zen-Zin & Pawcut – The Butterfly Effect

Image: 1590809 Der Schmetterlingseffekt, diese berühmte Theorie, dass die kleinste Veränderung in einer Umgebung die größte Auswirkung haben kann. Wer, wenn nicht der junge Emcee Zen-Zin, weiß wie wahr das ist: Geboren im, vom Krieg zerrissenen, Sudan, begann er, erst 13 Jahre jung, zu rappen: sein Studio ein Hausdach in Khartoum, arbeitet er hart an seinem Traum. Englisch lernt er durch Hip Hop und Filme. 10 Jahre Arbeit und Projekte mit hauptsächlich lokalen Künstlern. Es ist ein Auf und Ab. Bis zu dem Tag Ende 2012 als ihm ein Freund von dem deutschen Produzenten Pawcut (Radio Juicy) erzählt, der gerade erfolgreich seine erste EP veröffentlicht hatte. Zen-Zin ergriff seine Chance … tatsächlich erweisen sie sich als perfektes Team. Pawcut. Musikfanatiker und Plattensammler, der darauf Wert legt Samples nicht einfach nur zu benutzen sondern seine Beats zu Liebeserklärungen an die Originalstücke zu machen. Zen-Zin. Will nicht der nächstbeste Künstler sein, der sich auf einen Stil festlegen lässt, sondern den Moment und das Gefühl der Beats einfangen. Das Ergebnis ist ein starkes Album mit zeitloser Musik. The Butterfly Effect. Deutsche Beats. Sudanesischer Flow. Universeller Sound. Available from 29.08.2014

Glenn Astro – Throwback
Friday, April 10th, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Glenn Astro – Throwback

Image: 1596138 Essen’s own Glenn Astro has called his first album Throwback, and the name is at
once a perfect fit and not nearly the extent of the story. On the one hand, Astro has
filled the double-LP with a wealth of old-school gestures and textures—the warm
whoosh of analog synths, the rattle of Rhodes tines and the sizzle of jazzy drums,
all held together by the comforting glue of tape hiss and vinyl crackle. If you’re used
to the clean sonic lines and stylistic streamlining of so much contemporary house
music, then Throwback is sure to feel less like a record you just pulled out of plastic
wrap than a well-seasoned one salvaged from a flea market or unfinished
And yet like so many Tartelet releases—particularly the label’s last two full-lengths,
Max Graef’s Rivers of the Red Planet and Uffe’s Radio Days—it feels fresh and
keenly contemporary no matter how vintage the fabric. Rather than throw back to
any one moment, he’s given us a collage of styles that’s quite literally timeless.
Astro makes brilliant work of his influences, drawing on hip-hop, house, funk and
soul in such equal measure that it’s hard to argue that one impulse dominates the
other. The sound certainly flirts with the dance floor, with Astro applying highpressure
deep house pads on the title cut, gliding on shimmering keys for “One For
Viktor,” and taking us on a vibraphone-fueled workout with “Kilometer Disco,” one of
a pair of cuts featuring Max Graef. But Astro obviously relishes the time he spends
on the sidelines absorbing the atmosphere, or at home head-nodding to the dustiest
corners of his record collection. For every house beat you hear, you’ll also dip into
juicy, 90’s-style beat science, toasty ambience and buttery chord progressions.
Expertly paced but never hustling you along, Throwback begs to be heard as a
whole but explored at your own easy pace—a record for hazy mornings-after, vibey
nights in and endless summer afternoons.

A1 Goneville (feat. Max Graef)
A2 Computer Killer
A3 Throwback (album cut)
A4 Shit iz Real
B1 (Forgotten Intro) 4 my peeps
B2 Bochum (feat. IMYRMIND)
B3 You Can’t Groove
B4 To the Beat Interloot
C1 Still Shining
C2 Kilometer Disco (feat. Max
C3 Ødland
D1 One for Viktor
D2 Long Live Human (One for
D3 A Bit Warmer
D4 Brother T (Greeting to Rasho) Available from 22.05.2015

Braille – Mute Swan
Friday, March 27th, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Braille – Mute Swan

Image: 1596282 After releasing a string of driving, dancefloor-oriented singles on European labels Rush Hour and Hotflush, Brooklyn’s own Praveen Sharma aka Braille is keying up to release his debut LP, Mute Swan, on Friends of Friends this Spring.

1. Weight
2. The Cat’s Gone Nuts (ft. Seafloor)
3. Better Than Nothing (ft. Angelica Bess)
4. Insider Out
5. Ports (ft. Angelica Bess)
6. Ended Up In NY
7. It’s All Right (ft. Angelica Bess)
8. I Assume (ft. Jesse Boykins III & Throwing Snow)
9. Stop Drop & Roll
10. Everyone’s Crazy
11. Shhh

After releasing a string of driving, dancefloor-oriented singles on European labels Rush Hour and Hotflush, Brooklyn’s own Praveen Sharma aka Braille is keying up to release his debut LP, Mute Swan, on Friends of Friends this Spring. With an ear for sentimental melodies and an unprecedented step into the vocal arena, Braille’s first full-length is rife with narrative appeal and rich songwriting, collapsing dozens of genre signifiers into a cauldron of pathos.
Sharma’s own vocal experiments are aided by Jessie Boykins III on “I Assume” and Angelica Bess on “Ports” and “Better Than Nothing”, as well as additional production from Throwing Snow and Seafloor, a symphony of voices feeding into the cohesive vision he has established, one as much influenced by internal struggle as it is by his current environ in Brooklyn. The Seafloor-assisted “The Cat’s Gone Nuts” epitomizes the aforementioned spirit, drawing on classic soul as well as hip hop, R&B and UK garage. Cerebrally affecting, Braille’s compositions take the listener on a walk through the artist’s past and present, a collage of emotions ranging from melancholic joy to the deepest of sorrows. All in all, it’s a pleasure to bring Braille into the Friends of Friends family, a fit that looks just as good on paper as it is in reality!
Key Points:
Debut solo LP from Braille who also records music as 1/2 of wildly successful Sepalcure duo (with Machinedrum)
‘Everyone’s Crazy’ EP supported by Mixmag, Resident Advisor, Exclaim, FACT Mag, Fader, XLR8R, Hypetrak and more
Radio support from George Fitzgerald (BBC), Sohn (BBC), Rob Da Bank (BBC), Plastician (Rinse) and more
Forthcoming guest mixes for i-D Magazine and Solid Steel Radio

Press Quotes:
“A full-length whose vitality may well spill into the lifeblood of whatever’s two generations on.” – Derek Miller, Resident Advisor on Sepalcure
“Fresh, swinging and juicy is how Braille likes his tunes.” – Mixmag on “Small Downs” (Everyone’s Crazy EP)
“The Brooklyn resident returns with his latest slate of lush, bass-heavy beats.” – FACT Mag on Everyone’s Crazy EP
“That Sepalcure is so balanced and organized can be attributed to the experience and seeming calm of its principals, that it sounds so lively and inviting is the greater achievement.” – Pitchfork on Sepalcure Available from 01.05.2015

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