Hailing from Chicago’s South Side, the duo Dar Embarks lives in a world of underground techno and machines. Their debut album ‘Fleer’, was recorded live on hardwares, no keys were played, just the pressing of buttons and turning of knobs. Gathering its inspiration from records on the shelf, sci fi and comics, Dar Embarks remains steadfast in technotic efforts to interpret the future…our future.
Alex Israel is back this time with an EP for the Jerome Derradji’s worldwide infamous label Stillove4music. “Moving To The Suburbs” is an acid ode to the devastatingly uncreative normcore of American suburbia via the State of Michigan – where Alex Israel hails from. “Ocelot” goes straight back for your roots and ours: In Acid we trust. “Wafer Thin Sparrow” is a stunning sci fi beatless instrumental geared towards your future space and time deviations.
Stilove4music number 26 is here with two producers Andee Frost and Oohee. Sample based disco injected house house tracks on the reliable Stilove4music!
Jerome Derradji, owner of Still Music and Stilove4music, teams up with disco champion Rahaan for the first volume of Concrete Reservations. They sound like disco edits combined with original production, but the A side in particular is a smoking boogie jam that rolls out into some acid. Rough, rugged, and raw house and disco are what this is all about.
Bruce Ivery with a three tracker “The Things I Want”. Thre tracks of futuristic house music, with a nod to Lil Louis’s ‘Y u fall’ on one of the tarcks.