Jerome Hill returns to the label with a solid 4 tracker to mark his fourth EP on the label. Each track offers something different, the crispy and playful minimalism of ‘Mind Goes Blank’ pairs up with the wistful crunch of ‘Knock Knock’ on the Aside, while things take a decidedly more ACID approach on the flip beginning with the big boned banger of the EP ‘Bombing With Imase’ and culminating with weaving 303 lines sets against strangled otherworldly transmissions in ‘A Million Ways To Get ill’ .
30 releases in and Super Rhythm Trax celebrate with this beautiful record by Finnish producer, Type-303 with an EP that faces off the lushest most uplifting Acid music against the rawest and dirtiest end of the genre. ‘Delays’ sounds almost like an early UR record while ‘Code 808’ is an absolute masterclass in bliss, complete with it’s vocoders, electro drum track and singing 303s. Sandwiched between these two tracks you have the cheeky suggestiveness of ‘Kolkki Crush’ and the outright sleaze of ‘Life In Mono’.
For this outing on Super Rhythm Trax, Matt Whitehead is joined by No Data Available to come with something super special. ‘Sahara’ and ‘Temple Of Set’ conjure strong images that match their respective titles with the mood alternating between majestic and mystical. These two tracks are sandwiched by the hypnotic and acidic tendencies of ‘Full Resonance’ and ‘Panic In Flat 13’.
Super Rhythm Trax welcomes back Cardopusher for his second appearance on the label. This EP showcases a range of styles including his trademark jackin’ acid trax but also widens the net to include the New York Freestyle of ‘Never Fade Away’ and the Nu Groove-esque ‘Mental Jobs’ .
Super Rhythm Trax welcomes producer John Heckle to the label. On this release you’ll find heavy nods to Detroit as the music is bursting with soaring chords and emotion but all the time underpinned by the heaviest of 909 beats.
Spookily-named hard-cutting electro here from Pendle Watkins. The Four Winds has four tracks, each built on gorgeous vintage drum machines and driven by a focused desire for wild-eyed ecstatic dancefloor experience. This 12” EP release has been put out there by the Super Rhythm Trax label.
Super Rhythm Trax release their first record of 2017 and it’s a return for Jared Wilson who steps up with four tracks of Deep Acidic House music. These tracks burrow away and are certified ear-worms from the opening ‘Getting That Feeling’ with it’s warm bassline complimented by lush pads and on the other end of the scale, the sparse menace of ‘It’s The Message’, it’s another great EP from the Detroit Acid don.
Matt Whitehead makes his debut on Super Rhythm Trax, giving us ‘Crosstalk’, ‘Seeing Red’ and ‘Birdland’ channeling classic Detroit and Chicago House/Techno that’s heavy on the analogue and all recorded down to tape for extra warmth.Make sure you don’t miss Matt’s Electro opus; ‘We’re Bombing’, a love letter to the 80’s Street Sounds that have influenced much of his catalogue to date. Then as a special treat for ‘A is For Acid’ lovers, we have the raw 303 workout in all it’s solo glory so you can ‘make your own’.
Mike Ash returns to Super Rhythm Trax after providing the very first release and gives us 4 authentic and acidic warehouse smashers. The tracks exude a raw and strangled soul and are a bold and comfortingly honest take on the warehouse and pirate radio sound of the UK.
Cardopusher appears as if by magic on Super Rhythm Trax to drop four Acid bangers. There are no frills or pretensions here, just jugular acid trax that don’t mess around. Straight up, solid and perfect for dark strobe lit basements this EP channels the rawness with aplomb.
Super Rhythm Trax serves up a trio of 1990 style, rave-era British acid house/techno tributes from Jared Wilson. The three tracks could be considered riffs on a theme, as each – in different ways – reminded us of Orbital’s early work. Choose between the bold acid lines and jack-track beats of “How Deep”, the acid melodies and “Belfast” style chords of “Plate Mining”, and the pleasingly alien acid-funk of “Idea of A Deep State”.
Andreas Gehm makes his Super Rhythm Trax debut with a 4 tracker of on point Acid House music that sounds both modern and classic at the same time. Ranging from the crooning 303s of ‘I Don’t Dance’ through the lush Detroitesque strings of ‘There’ to the box working ‘Fire Department West’ and the almost DBX like modulation on ‘Control Your Mind’, There’s something for all fans of real Techno and Acid music on here.
Super Rhythm Trax is back with a fresh new artist G-23 who delivers 2 monstrous slabs of Mongrel Acid music. “Kidding Kids” is an ultra fresh beast of a track that sits comfortably outside classification, melding Acid with a super heavy breakbeat and peppered with UK Garage references. “Mountain’s Acid” goes for a straight up 4/4 Acid track with a deep bubbling Acid line that hooks you early and keeps you locked throughout. On the B side label boss Jerome Hill is on remix duties turning in a tracky Acid version of Mountain’s Acid with a heavy bottom end and funky percussion
DMX Krew treat us to a wild concoction of tracks for the fourth installment of the now firing on all cylinders, Super Rhythm Trax label. The music here veers between grimy basement Acid trax, UK Bleep inspired future warehouse anthems and even an ultra cheeky ragga style rendition of Lil Louis’ classic ”Original Video Clash”.
Super Rhythm Trax follows up with another smasher. Jerome Hill steps up and serves up 3 tracks of pure groove Acid music. Owner over at Don’t Recordings and Fat Hop, Jerome zones in on that ‘Ultra-Vibe’ and takes you back whilst keeping you up to date in a style all of his own. Never one to release music for the sake of it, Paper Bag acid is finally seeing a Vinyl release after being tried and tested extensively on the airwaves of London’s finest Rinse and Kool FM and in the clubs and festivals over the summer.
Super Rhythm Trax return to the original Acid House blueprint of the mid/late 80’s , updating it with fresh ideas yet maintaining the integrity and super atmosphere of those early and exciting times.