Medical Records return to Italy to present the newest full-length album by Filippo Diana (alter ego of Joe Drive). Where as Joe Drive’s output is in the vein of techno, electro and house, Filippo Diana veers more in the direction of mutated library/soundtrack nu-disco. Consisting of eight tracks, join us on a journey as equally suited for progressive dance floors or the soundtrack to the deep recesses of the mind.
This benefit compilation for Andreas Gehm is being split into 5 parts. You can buy each part for 7 Euro or the full combo package (with all 5 parts – 129 tracks in total) just for 14 Euro (10.64 GBP, $15.56 USD, $20.27 CDN, $21.66 AUD); you can pay more if you want;
All donations go directly to Andreas Gehm to assist with financial stresses due to ongoing health issues (the “Buy” button sends your contribution to Andreas’ PayPal account).
Comp For Andreas Gehm features unreleased and exclusive material.
Mathematics Recordings presents a two volumes retrospective of their releases. On this first volume we find tracks by IFM, Echo 106, Bon Voyage, Kuba Sojka, Joe Drive, Takeshi Kouzuki, John Heckle and Marcello Napoletano.
Very limited installment of Joe Drive’s brand new label Kooaad Muzik; a journey into sci-fi movie sound. Four brand new tracks starting from the electro jazz anthem of the title track followed by late night cinematic motors of Behind The Screen. On the flip side the post-Drexciyan electro-techno funk of Mesmerization closing with the true Manifesto of this release, Cinemascope. John Carpenter and Drexciya Inspired First excursion into electro.
Joe Drive’s music is always an intricate affair, it spirals you down and never lets you go. His freeform composition dwell within the depth of machines. Exposing their buried truth. And so is this EP. A journey into electric catacombs of forgotten impulses where at every corner menacing shadows await you. Spine shivers, ghosts of children or unthinkable creatures? It is all there, and yet you can’t see. To enter Joe Drive’s dreams you need a key, Lux Rec provides it.
The 17th installment from Aesthetic Audio brings together Italian bred producer Joe Drive and Detroit’s own Keith Worthy for a two-man journey to fathom the depths of The Sound Oasis. On this journey, the soundtrack articulates Joe Drive’s lush and extremely deep textures, and Worthy compliments the project by paying tribute Joe Drive’s original with a stripped down, raw and bumpy remix of Amnios.
Italian producer Joe Drive serves you his first EP for 4lux. Deep house tracks with a true analogue feel. ‘Rain Dance’ is an exquisite deep house bomb with smart TR707 drum programming, deep driving bassline and disco-ish vibes. Title song ‘Junopolis’ is dedicated to the legendary Juno synths and shows you capabilities of these machines in clever fashion. Alden Tyrell brings you the extremely deep remix for ‘Tefnut’: steady drum programming with spaced out synth filtering and dubby tape delays. This is one for the heads for sure. Joe Drives’ original is included too.
HotMix presents the new release by Joe Drive. Joe offers an excellent EP with shades dark and deep . The EP also contains some fantastic downtempo cuts.
Ethereal Sound present a strong various ep with Joe Drive, Natan H, Bejamin Brunn and Dazeman.
The 13th release on the Skylax sublabel Cosmic Club features 4 intelligent house & techno tracks by Joe Drive.
Lux Rec brings out the latest work by Mathematics & HotMix artist Joe Drive, delivering a spaced out three track EP, from “Clone Replacement” dark funk mutations to the Drexciyan electro of “Crossing the Forbidden Planet”, landing eventually on “Saturn 15” hitech soul.
The second part from HotMix Records Underground Dance series. Tracks from Soichi Terada, Takeshi Kouzuki, Jack Street, Flavio Vecchi, Joe Drive and Analogous Doom.
Debut release from Joe Drive on Mathematics, with a splendid EP of intelligent house and techno. “Vanguard” opens with an atmospheric groove followed by “Azimuth” & the deep acid cut “Towards the light”. “The Uranus effect” starts the flip before “A zenith criteria” & ends with the bangin “RD-2452” .
Obscure label created by Nick Anthony Simoncino. The first release is a various artist four tracker including tracks from Carl Bias, Joe Drive, Nicholas and a collaboration between label owner Simoncino and Marcello Napoletano.