This one has secretly been on the sticks of some of your favorite Balearic/Disco D.J.s for quite some time now. Guaranteed dancefloor ecstasy. Finally available for the first time, in season for Summer & festivals.
“Over one hundred artists from all over the world and various disciplines joined forces to raise funds for Red Cross Ukraine and help the innocent. After three days of no sleep, we are proud to present you WhyPeopleWar Vol. 1 and 2. fundraisers with more than 100 tracks! We want to thank all artists who participated and the studios that helped us master the tracks in record time! Let this symbol be the message we send out there with this fundraising compilation. Let this music uplift the human condition and do its part in dragging us out of this situation. From Lithuania with love! Slava Ukraini, Heroyam Slava!
Absolutely all proceedings will be donated to redcross.org.ua/en“
Initially slated for release in 2019, in the innocent days before the pandemic, the debut release from new label Crudo Ricordi is finally ready for the streets. Three formidable edits from Beard In Dust (AKA Lipelis), all aimed at peaktime dancefloor action. The title track “Señor Paraíso” might sound familiar to some hardcore Italo fans, but this pumped up and extended version hits much harder in the club. The two b-side tracks “Kirkorovmoroder” and “Coconut Paradise” could be recognised by only the most seasoned of USSR synth-pop connoisseurs, both tracks featuring totally addictive and ecstatic melodies.
Exploring machine funk, DJ Hedoni$t returns with the second release on Mysticisms. Embrace the Mystery.
The fourth from the mysterious ‘Edits From’ Series. Three no-bullshit disco versions designed for euphoric moments on any dancefloor.
Originally pressed on a now very hard to find 7”, this gem crosses over the dub with disco with the rock and the wave. More Talking Dreads than Heads. Dug out for MFM by Satoshi Yamamura. Comes with original Dub mix and new remixes.
New single out DFA Records, featuring remixes from Simoncino, Legowelt & Lipelis.
Munich purveyors of fine new wave Balearic are it again with a release this time with TMO (aka Moscow’s Lepelis who has previously appeared on L.I.E.S. and 303 State) with the Insomniac EP. First track “Melodic Jam” sounds like a disturbed cover of Frankie Knuckles “The Whistle Song” albeit with some epic mono-synth spitting out the melody instead, soon turning into gnarly acid. On the flip we have “Jam IV” which goes for a more lo-fi, dusty deep house vibe. A dark and paranoid after-hours jam whose slow burning glory turns into snarling acid euphoria just like the track before it.
A triple acid workout from TMO on this first relese for 303 State.
New release on Shanti Records featuring 2 original tracks by Petr Serkin and a remix from Lipelis & Filq.