Xosar – Wildlyfe Genesis [CR1261]

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Lord only knows why this Genesis to so long to generate. As heard in various Mixes and Podcasts from way back when. Highly anticipated by some we would say, this DNA Bomb from Xosar, laying out the templates for epigones and sycophants alike. Perhaps not the most soft petalled paths to travel, but in order to find redemption one must be willing to sacrifice!

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Xosar – Wildlyfe Genesis [CR1261]

Xosar – The Calling [RHM002]

Xosar returns with her third EP for Rush Hour, a sparkling two-tracker cloaked in her usual thick-set rhythms, heady vocal hooks and far-sighted synthesizers. In typical fashion, both “Rays of Babylon” and “The Calling” are blessed with a sense of playfulness and the emotion-rich, rush-inducing electronics that are fast becoming her calling card.

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Xosar – The Calling [RHM002]

Xamiga – Oceania [MDIV008]

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Legowelt & Xosar team up to deliver 3 tracks of deep aquatic techno and freaked out house jams for M Division Recordings. This 3 track super limited edition 10″ on blue vinyl starts with the title track “Oceania”. Breakbeats meets ethereal chants and hazy aquatic synths, like a lost AFX record from the early 90s. Next up, “Atlantis Force Code” – euphoric house chords submerged by a wet blanket of swirling pads. Lastly, one strictly for freaked-out late night dancefloors – “Xosheeba” – jacking beats, a tough bassline and a gnarled phantom vocal stabs.

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Xamiga – Oceania [MDIV008]

Xamiga – Kermit’s Day Out [RHX-3]

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The exotic Xosar and Legowelt have teamed up to created some serious Ghosthaus slam dance, under the Xamiga moniker for Rush Hour. With their never-ending collection of machines, the pair produces a hot three-track dreamland techno-house EP in a future-classic fashion. Music to jack to loudly while closing your eyes softly.

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Xamiga – Kermit’s Day Out [RHX-3]

Xosar – Nite Jam [RHX-2]

Xosar with the second release on Rush Hour. With ‘Nite Jam’ and ‘Elixir Of Dreams’ she continues to explore the boundaries of the self-dubbed ghost house genre. Late night occult tinged music for the after midnight freaks and sunshine shy infidels. A descendant from a Bengali aerospace engineer and Cherokee psychic, she was born in San Jose California, raised in San Francisco and is now residing in a quiet seaside village on the North Sea. Here she spends most of her time wandering through dark forests, channeling the energy of nature and primal forces contained within symbols, and using these energies to produce a sensual and exotic blend of deep Detroit-style techno and leftfield ghost house.

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Xosar – Nite Jam [RHX-2]

Xosar – Tropical Cruize EP [LIES008]

Debut record by the cloaked, shadow-lurking underground figure Xosar, pushes forth into the realm of cosmic mysticism with a new style of occult-tinged public access house music. Through the three tracks the artist touches upon elements of U.R. styled hi-tech trance, UK bleep, and lo-fi chi-town realness creating cohesive and effective dancefloor cuts.

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Xosar – Tropical Cruize EP [LIES008]