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"it all makes for another interesting EP from fullbarr, which we're following more avidly with each release"- MIXMAG, feb 2012
Ok so when I got offered a really poor quality teshno t-shirt the other week in a dark underground dancing venue the last person I expected it to be Kristan Caryl handing them out.
But i really thought id give his old blog a shout..the teshcast series [for which I am a past contributor] has really been so solid and for me really sticks out over the drones of standard podcast series that are available for your ears. I did an interview with him earlier in the blog HERE
Well i must say its a proud moment for me, a lot of things coming together to make this release so special , its not often you can work with a very respected genius underground house producer and a personal inspiration through his classic record label.
So for number 007 i introduce again Mr Luke Solomon to Fullbarr
Norm Talley - CrashBeat for me! Soundin Klassic to me:)
Erol Alkan great , thanks!!
Appleblim raw jackin niceness, will defo be playing these out!
Norm Talley CrashBeat for me! Soundin Klassic to me:)
MidlandCrash beat and Hoover Bag for me, got a kind of UK Funky feel which is great.
Toby Tobias this is a BADBOY EP great one Luke x
Droog Heavy beats and wicked bass. Good stuff here.
Gavin Herlihy Very cool release.. all in the bag for club play
Loco Dice - Crash Beat is my fave
Franck Roger -crash beat is my fav, excellent ep
Seth Troxler - hoover bag like woah!!!
Art Department nice one luke good groovy techno
Jacques Renault cool tracks! gonna test these out for sure
Delano Smith Peaktime heaters! Excellent!
Axel Boman really like this!!! especially the crash beat track. thanks!!
OK here is an amazing chance to remix one of Dixon's favorite tracks of 2012, released on Vinyl only last year is the super "MACHINES" track from Hans Berg, also on the package was Ed davenport and the great Immer.
The Winner will feature on a special compilation with some very hot producers indeed.
To enter hit me an email for the parts email@example.com
Simon Weiss has long been a favourite of ours with his first two outings on Rush Hour, 'Amsterdam Wave' on the end of year 'All Stars Compilation' and a solo EP, contained some of the finest house and techno cuts that we have leant our ears too over the last couple of years. This third offering, an extremely well crafted 10", encapsulates an air of melancholic beauty drawing inspiration from Fritz Lang's 1920's sci-fi epic 'Metropolis'. Teamed with a group of like-minded photographers and graphic designers, Weiss has managed to create something that not only tells an excellent story of their own views on a dystopian society, it is also extremely innovative and thought provoking. The complete EP also comes with a handprinted photo and graphic blueprint from the other members of the design team...Neat. We wholeheartedly look forward to the future offerings Simon has up his sleeve. Check the full EP below.
A Relatively new name to the scene, MRSK delivers some stomping goodness on Skudge Records...forthcoming March 2013..decent! This guy is certainly one to watch in the coming months!
While you're at it check out this delightful mix as well for TEA. It's an eclectic journey of broken beats with sub-heavy warmth and an added mixture of acid tinged house just to keep things interesting.
Immer - Quite baked as ol' ways it's a lovely balance
Christopher Rau - "yes... i like!!!"
Norm Talley - "Original mix an Kris Wadsworth for me!! "
MR G - "lovely balance in deed solid ep"
Detroit Swindle - "Immer shuffles it sexy."
born Geert Schilder aka Immer has honed in on a raw, intricate sound
over the past few years and has recently signed releases to the likes
of Shewolf Music and his hometown based Klopfgeist, alongside the
likes of Homepark,
Shaun Reeves and Boris Werner, positioning Immer as a strong purveyor
of underground house music.
returns to Fullbarr here following his remix of Hans Berg’s
‘Machines’, The now Leeds based imprint has made a heavy impact
as of late releasing projects from Luke Solomon, LoSoul, Vince Watson
release opens with ‘Quite Baked’, a stripped, low-slung cut that
embraces loose, swung drums and rolling low-end rumbles. The record
adapts to a simplistic hooky structure that allows subtle
transitional periods to keep things captivating,
a blend of gritty elements that gleam with analogue sparkles and
warmth, resulting in a tasteful slice of rough and ready house music.
up is ‘As Ol’Ways’, taking things in a deeper direction with
smooth Rhodes chords driving the melodic movement.
implants his signature shuffled drum patterns on the track with
methodical variations and retractions worked into the layout to
ensure an evolving feel throughout. The latter stages introduce
resonant filter sweeps; reverb bursts and
delays into the background depths further showing Immer’s ability
to push the boundaries of creativity in his productions.
Balance’ follows, a percussive, groove led cut that’s built upon
solid drum sounds and a cleverly sampled organ bass hook. Geert’s
less-is-more approach takes the reins here, applying a fusion of
hats, rim shots and claps to build the
picture, the track builds to a peak where everything becomes filtered
and lo-fi before reverting back to the punchy rhythm and riding out
the rest of the track, simple yet contrastingly intricate at the same
time. Immer delivers stylish house
the release is Detroit born Kris Wadsworth with his ‘Guess Who
Remix’ of ‘As Ol’Ways’. Kris is notably known for
work with Hypercolour, NRK and Get Physical. Here he employs his
signature sound to ‘As Ol’Ways’ creating shuffling,
house with his trademark hooky synth stabs, scratchy chorus and
filter modulations creep in throughout its duration