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Noia Rubicon / Rude 66 - Morning Bells
Noia Rubicon / Rude 66
Morning Bells
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Crimes Of The Future)
10,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Crimes Of The Future 016 is a very special collaboration between N.O.I.A. Rubicon & Rude 66 with the track 'Morning Bells'. Italian synth pioneers N.O.I.A. formed in 1978 originally as a 5 piece band, their New Wave sound was a precursor to Electro & Italo. In 1983 they signed to Oderso Rubini's Italian Records as a three piece. During their golden age of 1983-1985AN.O.I.A. released 5 singles and the mini LP "The Sound of Love" which were all successful in the European dance market. Also in 1983 Band member Davide Piatto composed the dance classic "Dirty Talk" sung by Rossana Casale. Released under the name Klein & MBO and it reaches the top of the charts all over the world.AN.O.I.A are still producing music in their studio based in the seaside city of Cervia. Rubicon is an Italian electronic musician and producer.AHe comes from a small town in North-eastern Italy, land of the red river RubiconAthat was famously crossedAby Julius Caesar. Rude 66 is known a being one of the creators of The West Coast Sound Of Holland. A prolific producer in electro music and acid house since the early 1990s. Born Ruud Lekx, Rude 66 has been making noise since the '80s, when his first musical endeavours involved noise bands andAEBM. His first solo work, however, surfaced in 1993 on the newly founded Bunker Records, after Lekx passed a tape of acid tracks to high school classmate (and Bunker co-founder) Guy Tavares. Alongside like-minded artists such as I-f and Unit Moebius, Rude 66 was instrumental in putting the seminal Hague label on the map, releasing multiple albums and EPs of gritty, lo-fi acid sounds.AThe track 'Morning Bells' was originally demo'd by N.O.I.A. then produced and arranged together with Rubicon, Rude 66 mixed and added the final touches. The track is both moody & uplifting, hinting at Electro, Acid & Italo, as well as all the signature sounds of the collaborators. For the B Side there is a version produced by Timothy J. Fairplay. Due to the analogue nature of how the original was recorded there were no 'parts' to do a remix with, so Timothy rerecorded all of it from scratch, more a cover than a remix, Timothy's version sits on an Electro break unlike the 4/4 original and is maybe a touch more menacing.
Betonkust / Innershades - Forever In Boccaccio
Betonkust / Innershades
Forever In Boccaccio
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Crimes Of The Future)
10,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Making their debut on Crimes Of The Future are Betonkust & Innershades with 'Forever In Boccaccio' their homage to the legendary Belgian nightclub & neon lit club scene which no longer really exists. Made in January 2017 under grey Belgian skies, while listening to a lot of New Beat, Acid & Trance. Belgian sadness & melancholy all the time, fries & beer every day. People would go out from from Friday till Monday afternoon, imagine 60 hours in a club? Feels like forever, thats where the title came from. The '88 side features the title track & 'In Love With A Girl Who Doesn't Exist' both very much recalling the heyday of the Belgian New Beat scene. 'Jambers At The Carat Club' & 'The Return Of Van Rossem' over on the '92 side move with the changing tastes as the years passed, harder edged & with more of an Acid feel.
Paradise Box - Hookup EP
Paradise Box
Hookup EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Crimes Of The Future)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Crimes Of The Future head to the other side of the world their first release from Australia. Paradise Box is responsible for the killer "Reel Nitty Gritty" on Greece's highy repected Echovolt Records back in 2014 and in 2017 he joins the Crimes Of The Future family with the Hookup EP. Two original cuts of fine and upliftying deep and tropical house music are joined by two very special cover versions like you have never heard before...... An incredible EP working equaly as well in the club or on a sun kissed beach bar.
Dmtr Dstnt & Lvrin - Blasphemy EP
Dmtr Dstnt & Lvrin
Blasphemy EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Crimes Of The Future)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After recent work on Pinkman, Switzerlands MRT, Bass Agenda, Electronic emergencies and New York Haunted DMTR DSTNT & LVRIN join forces for a killer slice of dark techno and wave on Crimes Of The Future with the Blasphemy EP. Side A kicks off with a slice of heavy Russian techno mayhem with driving acid, synth and heavy percussion. Over on side B we have two different moods starring with more heavy duty acid on B1 and completing the side with some peak time dark wave action on achromatic.
Vercetti Technicolor - Golden Taurus EP
Vercetti Technicolor
Golden Taurus EP
12" | 2016 | UK | Original (Crimes Of The Future)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Vercetti Technicolor joins crimes of the future for the labels first release of 2016 complete with an outstanding remix from Minimal Rome's Heinrich Dressel. The Golden Taurus EP combines vintage Vercetti Technicolor tension and darkness with a real sense of Scott & Tim's love of the dancefloor soundtracking the early evening in the club. Kicking off with Golden Taurus the title Cut, a dark moody building 707 driven future classic. On Topaz Fear the tension keeps building and building over sparse drums and melodic leads. Side B's Death Wish Combines huge reverb, drums and soundtracks a long drive along some dystopian highway hurtling us along with a killer bassline. Finally Dressel takes the controls on Golden Taurus with a beautiful slowed down more emotive take on the title cut and presents 6 minutes of blissed out electronics.
Twins - Standard Of Truth
Twins
Standard Of Truth
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (Crimes Of The Future)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Crimes Of The Future rounds off the year in fine style with an absolutely essential EP from Twins. 3 moody US house cuts straught out of Atlanta and a sublime deep remix from label boss Scott Fraser. Opening up with Cause Of Dissociation, a slice of banging Chicago house that would not have been out of place in the hands of Mike Dunn at the warehouse. Rattling drums amd percussion a cut up vocal and a killer bassline make for dancefloor devastation. Next up "You Take too" takes things a little deeper, maintining the groove with Chicago inspired percussion and filtered drums and stabbing synths grooving the track along. Over on side B Scott Fraser takes "You Take Too" on to 5am on a dark smoke filled dancefloor, with a deep bassline and soaring strings. Adding additional percussion, keys and swirling echoes... could be the sound of a lost Nu Groove classic. Finally things close out with "A Way From Now" with more Chicago inspired goodness with a funky bassline, pumping percussion and eerie ethereal keys rounding the EP off in fine style.
Perseus Traxx - Dr Burisch
Perseus Traxx
Dr Burisch
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Crimes Of The Future)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
We are pleased to announce the release of 'Dr Burisch' by Perseus Trax on Crimes of the Future. After releases on Bunker, MOS & Chiwax (to name a few), the EP is a four track soundtrack to some forgotten alien abduction documentary... maybe. Starting off with 'Rainy Tuesday' and its skipping pitch shift melodies, and followed by 'Lotus Protocol' and its almost Richard D. hook. On the flip we have the title track, slow and building, very much the 'theme' of the piece. The EP finishes with 'Electrical Surge', and its static crackle of radio interference and damaged power lines. Whatever you do, stay on the tracks.
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