Bahnsteig 23 return with a release from Parisian Alexis Le-Fan.
Jonny 5 returns and wandering inner and outta self he presents 3 bombas. Bengali Dub will change lives. Simha will charge high fives. Tum Tum will…well it just rocks Jonny ommmmm takeovers.
Horton makes the scene. The caped rave wonder, alive and spitting since ’88. Pyschedelia set for anthemic mind expansion. ‘Eclectic Day’ a journey to the centre of Jupiter. ‘Smokin’ Roachin’ si bella bella. ‘The Box’ drummers gonna work it out.
The Australian edit master is back with a 4 tracks EP on Bahnsteig 23.
Sneaker; not just a cool sounding name… Edits as strong, rigorous and mind blowing as his require comfortable footwear. Lavish synth funk leads with a eastern allure on the infectious “Goddess”, “Watumba” is tom tom tamping funk beast that you could imagine every DJ from Harvey to Hell spinning while “Magic Fly” takes us on a slightly less obscure but thrilling orchestral cosmic sojourn. “Do It” rings the final bell with kitsch staccato synth effect and playground vocal calls to action. Tighten up your laces and do the robot.
After taking the helm for the label’s inaugural release, Jonny 5 returns to Bahnsteig with more genre-fluid stylings for the leftfield dancefloor freaks. “Deja Vu” opens the set with a space age textures, stadium slap bass and cinematic guitar licks, firing up the wind machine for some coiffured coastal romance. With the linen suit needing the dry cleaners, Jonny 5 steps aboard the “Last Train” for some oddball NDW rock and roll. Imagine if the B52s if their cartoon was redrawn by Frank Miller – dark and deranged machine music. B-side opener “Miami Slice” continues the lunacy but with added wow and future, taking us on a tape mangled tour of post punk history. The grand finale comes in the form of “Slow Bodies”, a 100bpm cosmic bopper retrofitted with Linn percussion, hypnotic arps and the best in zero gravity delay.