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DJ Marcelle / Another Nice Mess - For
DJ Marcelle / Another Nice Mess
For
10" | 2018 | EU | Original (Jahmoni)
12,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
"It sounded all right through two walls, so what's the problem?" The final words of 'Two Walls', the fast and very catchy leading track of DJ Marcelle's new record, sum up an aesthetic almost lost in today's musical climate, where often a pleasing attitude and overproduced music sadly rule, even in so-called 'alternative' circles. The quote comes from the late Mark E. Smith (1957 - 2018), legendary frontman of The Fall, and is taken from some of the conversations Marcelle had with Smith over the years. Smith is referring to a recording process but for Marcelle his words stand for something bigger.Although The Fall have been with Marcelle during her whole musical life (which more or less started in 1977 during the punk wars) and she has a deep love for their music, it was especially Smith's attitude that inspired Marcelle.Smith was an iconoclast, a surrealist Dadaist breaker of conventions in music and art more generally. A magically creative individual, a brain-twisting wordsmith. An attacker of the pretentious and dishonest elements in society and music scenes. An autodidact whose singular vision, fired by both humour and sharp observation, found a voice in a body of work unlike anything else.The day after Marcelle heard of Smith's passing she created a new track, lauding Smith, whose name was an institution in itself: MARK E. SMITH! Therefore, the repetitious use of a John Peel sample pronouncing Smith's name celebrates the life of this totally unique artist.This track opens with another Smith quote: "You're probably right, Marcelle". And indeed, the Dutch producer / dj shares many of Smith's attitudes in that she tries to stay true to herself, doesn't think too much about audience expectations and always tries to stay ahead of the public. 'Punky' energy combined with the avant-garde and always going forward with fresh productions and dj sets. To make and play music which reflects the present and doesn't rest in the comfort zone of one dimensional party music.There are five more versions of 'Two Walls' on this EP, but they differ so much from the original that you can count them as different tracks. 'Dubai Muezzin Dub' was partly recorded in the United Emirates when Marcelle played there earlier in 2018. 'Problematic Dub' is pure industrial techno torn apart by the wildest dub effects; its coming and going of sounds equals a ride in a calypso. 'Studio Door Dub' celebrates the repetition of The Fall and the 'Emerson, Lake & Palmer Symphony Dub' is both pure avant-garde and hilarious fun. And BELP, who owns the Jahmoni label, comes with a wicked abstract noise remix.The 'For' EP is the fourth (get it?) vinyl release of Marcelle on the Munich label Jahmoni since 2016. As always, sleeve and label are very colourful. Both labels show special photos: on one side we see an old picture of Smith embracing Marcelle, the other side depicts the label of a 1985 The Fall test pressing that once belonged to John Peel but which was stolen out of his car in Amsterdam. Later Marcelle found the record on a flea market, recognising Peel's handwriting."When I'm dead and gone" Smith sang in the 1979 song 'Psychik Dancehall', "my vibrations will live on, in vibes on vinyl through the years. People will dance to my waves."Now we can listen and dance to a vinyl 'For' the incomparable MES, made with total commitment and which - like The Fall - defies comparison.
Jahmoni Music meets Ruffhouse Munich - Jahmoni Music meets Ruffhouse Munich
Jahmoni Music meets Ruffhouse Munich
Jahmoni Music meets Ruffhouse Munich
10" | 2019 | EU | Original (Jahmoni)
7,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
While quite a few people are obviously still dwelling in the achievements of Munich's disco era during the 1980s, it seems that another major part of the cities partying scene travels to the same clubs every weekend. Here they are getting fed with the plasticized Beatport Tech House trax that everybody wants, drinking Vodka Red Bull until they almost pass out and walk - if they are still able to - home happily, oversaturated by non-inventive, but good selling music. So far the cliché. Forrtunately, reality looks a bit different, at least for the lovers of UK Bass.
DJ Marcelle / Another Nice Mess - Psalm Tree
DJ Marcelle / Another Nice Mess
Psalm Tree
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Jahmoni)
8,39 €* 11,99 € -30%
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
For her third outing on the German label Jahmoni, Marcelle is as inventive and unpredictable as ever. The four tracks on the wittily titled 'PSALM TREE' EP go from wild techno to abstract dub, and all bear that undefinable 'Marcelle' touch of freedom and imagination, which sets the DJ/producer so apart from almost all of her younger peers. The ever-travelling Dutch lady, who was one of the highlights of this year's 'Nyege Nyege Music Festival' in Uganda, toys with musical styles and expectations, both live and in the studio; she has always deejayed more or less like a musician. This was amongst others recognised by Faust founder member Hans-Joachim Irmler, who between 2008 and 2014 released 4 Marcelle albums on his Klangbad label.
Aaron Spectre - Roots We Seek
Aaron Spectre
Roots We Seek
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Jahmoni)
12,34 €* 12,99 € -5%
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
American musician Aaron Spectre turns up the volume with four tracks of jungle punk rock intensity, continuing his mission of uniting cultures at their roots. Here we have four tunes of guitar, relentless amens, deep bass, and soulful soundclash vocals, ready to rumble your space of choice. Also on the menu is a collaboration with fellow ragga junglist FeyDer, rounding out a brilliant EP which inspires and shakes foundations.
Venderstrooik Collective - Chattering Antique
Venderstrooik Collective
Chattering Antique
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Jahmoni)
4,54 €* 12,99 € -65%
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Living in a post capitalistic desert, rural south holland, the only social meeting point, your localLIDL (europe’s number1 food retailer), must be GOD itself. JAHMONI proudly presents - The World of VENDERSTOOIK - that weird & enigmati collective with its vibrant online community having pushed some sound for years beyon comprehension, a genre of its own, rooted in Gabber, Goa & Rotterdam Techno This Situationist Ensemble will explain to you why Indian Week at LIDL is not just a marketin move but more an inspirational sending from God urging you to find spirituality in places an things that seem boring and dull at best.
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