The Chicago Master Ron Trent re-interpreted Nick Anthony Simoncinio’s ”Jungle Dreams”, formerly out on Mathematics in 2013.
Mother Tongue keeping the pressure high and unleashing straight away the follow up to the deadly Yellow Jackets Vol.1. This second Yellow Jackets double A sider features Chicago’s royalty Ron Trent and the extra talented multi instrumentalist Other Lands. Ron Trent ‘The Medi’ was actually constructed while riding trains and in hotel rooms through Italy, used as a secret weapon in special occasions…and we can hear why: a mind expanding suite that keeps evolving and going in places and spaces while constantly beating you hard. On the flipside Other Lands brings things down to more abstract realms with the floating almost Kraut inspired jam ‘Matter’.
As long term partner of Ron Trent, Prescription Records will present in future some of this iconic label’s greatest releases back on vinyl. Starting with ”Hit To Be Disillusioned Vol.1” from 1994.
Italian siblings, The Robinson, deliver a mesmerizing triplet of tracks on the ‘Nightmares’ EP and Ron Trent blessed the release with a fine remix in his own inimitable style.
Two excellent production from Ron Trent. Aquarhythmatica comes from the Prescription era and it was produced together with Anthony Nicholson. City Beat was included in Ron’s 2009 album ‘Dance Classic’. Two absolute gems of deep house music at its best.
This project is a cutout t of the Prescription Underground sound. The 3 cuts written and produced by Chez Damier and Ron Trent. Morning Factory , reworked edit k by: BS As Deep, with ( Love is the Message) and (I come here to be Happy) By: Kai Alice (DJ friendly idiots). The New cut on this recording is a demo version From the H2H (Chez Damier and Ben Vedren) , Berlin Nights in Paris A track inspired from the Prescription record days.
TRIBEV10 features tracks by Teddy Douglas, Timmy Regisford & Arnold Jarvis remixed by the legendary Ron Trent and Danny Krivit.
”Attitude” is the first 12” from the forthcoming compilation series “What The F*ck Do You Know About Deephouse”. Tthe compilation will feature a heavy onslaught of producers from around the world along with older productions that were major influences which helped to shape the philosophy of the sound.
The 3rd part of the Humans Drums & Machines – Trilogy by House Master Ron Trent! The last part of the series seems to be the strongest. Ron’s unique sound spectrum in full beauty is shown here on “Dimentions & Beyond”.
Don Ron Trent re-engages his deep dub systematics with Blak Punk Soundsystem. There are two definitive sides to this story: “Red Cloud” plunges into a swampy, pensive stomp loaded and laced with heavy atmospheres and washes of heady percussion while the “BPS Dub” plays the consummate foil with a roomy, mystic rebuild that maintains the pressure in a soft focus hazy form. As always with Trent, the quality is benchmarks beyond mere mortals’ grasps.
A twelve-minute samba doido do-over by the Chicago house don, a long-time fan. ‘A toughened groove and gorgeous swirls of synth and pad embellishments, as Ron’s remix takes Azymuth’s futuristic disco even deeper.’
‘Touch’ and ‘Fresh On Your Love’ see Ron Trent drop the next installment of his Dancefloor Boogie Delites series. The A side features smooth, sinewy bass, piano and syncopated snares while the B side gives us some welcome Oberheim drum programming and vocals. On Music and Power.
The Chicago Maste Ron Trent returns on his own imprint Electric Blue with the second part of the “Humans, Drums & Machines” – trilogy.
Two deep atmospheric, spiritual tracks with deep hearted melodies and driving percussion parts. Find Ron Trent’s remix ‘Regard’ on the A side and NYC based producer Trinidadian Deep’s take on ‘Cross My Mind’ on the flip.
Ron Trent brings back the ”Dance Floor Boogie Delites” tag for 2 tasty cuts featuring similar flavors to previous releases on Prescription and Future Vision. The artwork is appropriate as ”Boogie Down” will make you want to break out your rollerskates and ”In The Light” is a nod to early Prince. Out on Ron’s own Music and Power imprint.
Created by the inspired young Jared Hines and produced by master minds Ron Trent and Jonecy, this self titled follow up to ”Mother Confessor” features four etherial, lush tracks that have a live feel and are equally heavenly. Inspired by the Jazz Funk elements of UK outfit Atmosfear and the alternative Disco sounds of Dinosaur L, presented here, A Band Called Flash embrace the energy of “live” dance music. Reminiscent of the early 80’s Boogie sound, A Band Called Flash will surely capture the attention of the more eclectic, global dance floor.
Chi-town house legend Ron Trent goes from strength to strength with this fourth release on his very own Music and Power imprint. Two deep house instrumentals coming to you from outer space.
Music And Power is home to Ron Trent’s contemporary material, and by that we mean the best deep house around; music that is ultimately for dancing but that champions a deeply musical style akin to jazz and soul. “Liquid Love”, for instance, is a gorgeous meandering of synths and smooth vocals riding high over a chunky house beat, complete with a reprise mix full of Balearic edge as a follow-up. “Sound System Prevail” is a bumpier, more hard-edged and spewing delicate pianos left, right and centre beneath another wave of masterful synth solos. 10 out of 10 from the master of Chicago sexiness.
Bass Cadet Records introduce a new series : Orbits. Curated from the recordstore, the series is dedicated to the artists who support it and make its life. Leaning on strong ties of respect and friendship, Orbits will consist of a slew of releases featuring some of the most inspiring and influential artists of the electronic music scene. Orbits will start with a re-issue of two Ron Trent timeless jams out of his “Dance Classic” album, released on Prescription on CD only in 2009.