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DJ Marfox - Revolucao 2005 - 2008
DJ Marfox
Revolucao 2005 - 2008
2LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Boomkat Editions)
10,79 €* 19,99 € -46%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Both a necessary document of Marlon Silva’s early years and a crucial survey of Angolan kuduro’s formative phase and mutation in the clubs of Lisbon, the set collects nine cuts of contagious Afro-Portuguese dance music which maps strong parallels to the UK’s own transition and flux between grime and UKF, whilst also demonstrating why Marfox is now regarded as the main ambassador and catalyst for Lisbon’s colourfully influential and world-renowned style.Taking his name from Nintendo’s Starfox character (and establishing a trend for the -fox suffix so prevalent in kuduro and tarraxhina) DJ Marfox was instrumental in shaping one of today’s most vital dance scenes with a number of productions from his 17 year old self cropping up on ear-opening compilations such as the foundational DJs Do Guetto Vol.1 in 2006, and later on the Bazzerk - African Digital Dance Music set which turned a lot of DJs and dancers onto this sound.He’s subsequently released the first record on kuduro’s best alibi, Príncipe, and followed Visionist and DJ Rashad to release on J-Cush’s Lit City Trax, and has also appeared alongside his Lisbon crew on the Cargaa compilations for Warp Records.However, this set returns to his wildest early years; from the hyper disco-techno drive of Funk em Kuduro or the galloping darkwave-riding horsepower of Un Bes Bai from 2006; thru the killer jump-up downstroke of Sem Fronteiras or the inimitable, body-carving syncopation of Aiué Remix circa 2007-08, and his hollering A Própria with DJ Nervoso - which could almost be some ravenous Chicago house oddity - all of which illustrate the sound of a young producer firmly finding his feet and blazing a trail where others such as Arca, M.E.S.H. or Nidia Minaj would soon follow.Most of all though; it’s a proper dance record for summer and beyond, either as DJ tools or the soundtrack to backyard raves, BBQs and beach parties.
You Speak What I Feel (DJ Sprinkles x SND) - My Good Friends Tell Me That
You Speak What I Feel (DJ Sprinkles x SND)
My Good Friends Tell Me That
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Boomkat Editions)
12,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Next in our 12 x 12 series is this total fucking peach of a collaboration made in 2002 by three peers with a mutual passion for the deepest, original NYC garage and house grooves. It’s the first time that Terre Thaemlitz (DJ Sprinkles), Mat Steel and Mark Fell (SND) have used their collective handle You Speak What I Feel since an appearance on a Comatonse 10th Anniversary Compilation back in 2003 and finds the trio at their deadliest - producing a deep-as-anything, peak-time killer riding a strolling bassline, pointillist claps and effervescent chords for 12 minutes of swingers’ bliss.Since the late ‘80s, on either side of the Atlantic - Thaemlitz in the depths of NYC; Steel + Fell in the pivotal Sheffield rave scene - both groups of operators were indelibly influenced by the sensuality and egalitarian politics of the House music movement which had spread from marginalised Gay and Black communities in urban American cities to take root in places such as Northern England, where, back then, as now, many young people felt an instinctive affinity with house music and its origins.By the late ‘90s Thaemlitz was established as a distinguished, versatile artist and DJ blurring the distinctions of ambient, concrète and dancefloor musics. A few years later, In 1998, Fell + Steel forged their SND alias with a series of records that radically reduced garage to its barest essence. Fast forward a couple of years and it was only a matter of time before the trio would consolidate their discrete, cerebral and deeply sound-sensitive approaches in the most devastating fashion imaginable.Made in 2002 at a time when house was firmly into its ‘mnml’ phase and original garage was reserved to weekenders or sped-up, 2-stepped and hyper, the elegant gait and sublimely tactile insistence of My Good Friends Tell Me That is a rare, exceptional example of producers returning to and reworking the foundational template and cooking up something fresh yet timelessly future-proofed in the process. It’s a prime example of economy, discipline and restraint at the service of hedonism and a deep burning emotive grip, and we’re immensely proud to make it available for public consumption, at long last.
Yally (Raime) - Burnt / Sudo
Yally (Raime)
Burnt / Sudo
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Boomkat Editions)
12,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Yally is a new project from Raime, who inaugurate a new series of one-sided releases from Boomkat Editions which will run over the next few months. It features two scudding, killer steppers productions from Raime’s expert bladesmen, Joe Andrews and Tom Halstead on a rare away-day from Blackest Ever Black. With a deep blue, skunked-out appeal right on the lip of late ’90s garage and early ’00s grime, London’s dankest duo compound, reflect and relieve the choking intensity of their recent 2nd album Tooth on the paranoid bruiser Burnt and its dread inversion Sudo, making up their most ‘floor-dedicated session in more than five years of operations.Limited Edition one-sided 12", comes with printed inners. Mastered and cut by Matt Colton.
Beatrice Dillon - Can I Change My Mind?
Beatrice Dillon
Can I Change My Mind?
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Boomkat Editions)
11,69 €* 12,99 € -10%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Exceptional, 15 minute long dancer from Beatrice Dillon, blessing the 12 x 12 series with a concatenated ‘nuum sidewinder Can I Change My Mind?, where the London-based artist nimbly finds the square roots of jungle, techno, noise and minimalist dance music firmly anchored in steppers’ dub and West African percussive tradition. If you’ve ever been snagged by Sotofett, DJ Krust or Shackleton’s devilish dubs, this one’s for you! Since first emerging with a highly regarded monthly NTS radio show, a reel of widely-praised mixtapes for The Trilogy Tapes, Blowing Up the Workshop and, most recently, a mix with Ben UFO for Wichelroede, Beatrice’s uniquely focussed solo works - including two excellent EPs for Where To Now? and a split with Karen Gwyer - along with two acclaimed LPs with Rupert Clervaux and her recent remix for Helm on the PAN label, have all come to define a curious juncture of worldly rhythm studies and probing electronics which arguably exists in a long lineage of avant-garde experimentation done at the service of ‘floors both real and imagined. Can I Change My Mind? is Beatrice’s most tracky solo production to date, and also the most singular, adroit demonstration of what makes her tick, combining and parsing the most affective, tactile parts of Black Atlantic percussive patterns with a learned appreciation of dub-style economy and concrète texturing. Across 13 minutes of morphing, fractious rhythm, Beatrice renders clear the prismic and rhizomic dub binds and syncopations that connect original, rolling African drum traditions with Afrobeat and highlife, and likewise between proper UK roots steppers, house and ‘90s jungle, or, for that matter, the mosaic of modern antecedents which continue to be informed by those styles - from the rites of Shackleton to Tessela’s visceral techno swerve and the mercurial grooves of Rian Treanor or her sometime collaborator, Kassem Mosse. Urged by the intuition of a helpless riddim fiend and premo DJ, Beatrice nimbly synchs swollen, globular bass, needlepoint hi-hats and shocks of flinty amens at 150bpm in a deadly, mutating bogle, effectively exploring every interstice of half, double, and triplet-timed calculation with devilish sleight of hand and cadence; never letting the ball drop whilst suggesting myriad points of interpretation for the dancers and DJs. It’s a singular work of experience, intuition and technique, and perhaps surprisingly only her 3rd solo release proper. But its daring ruggedness and stringency is a clear indication that Beatrice Dillon is only just warming up and coming into her own. There’s only one side, one track. But it’s all you need.
Yally (Raime) - Burnt / Sudo
Yally (Raime)
Burnt / Sudo
12" | 2016 | UK | Original (Boomkat Editions)
12,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Yally is a new project from Raime, who inaugurate a new series of one-sided releases from Boomkat Editions which will run over the next few months. It features two scudding, killer steppers productions from Raime’s expert bladesmen, Joe Andrews and Tom Halstead on a rare away-day from Blackest Ever Black. With a deep blue, skunked-out appeal right on the lip of late ’90s garage and early ’00s grime, London’s dankest duo compound, reflect and relieve the choking intensity of their recent 2nd album Tooth on the paranoid bruiser Burnt and its dread inversion Sudo, making up their most ‘floor-dedicated session in more than five years of operations.Limited Edition one-sided 12", comes with printed inners. Mastered and cut by Matt Colton.
Lorenzo Senni - Superimpositions
Lorenzo Senni
Superimpositions
LP | 2014 | UK | Original (Boomkat Editions)
18,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
‘Superimpositions’ is the hyper-coloured conceptual follow-up to multi-disciplinary Milanese artist, Lorenzo Senni’s landmark LP, ‘Quantum Jelly’ (Editions Mego, 2012). It further consolidates, accelerates and evolves his idea of “Pointillistic Trance” - an ascetic, extreme approach to the aesthetic essence of ‘90s-style trance/hard-trance - with a broader range of song structures, minimalist moiré patterns, and tantric dancefloor arrangements, all executed to visceral impact and challenging, exhilarating effect.
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