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Mark Ambrose Electronic & Dance 3 Artikel

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Mark Ambrose - Crayon Classics
Mark Ambrose
Crayon Classics
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Was/Is)
12,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
As a companion release to his new material on is / was, Mark has been kind enough to let us dig through his extensive back catalog, remaster and reissue three pearls from the Crayon label heyday. Zulu Groove and Warehouse Blues roll along the darker technoid mode Mark was known for at the time, while Thru showcases the lighter, bouncier side of his style.
Mark Ambrose - Makossa
Mark Ambrose
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Is/Was)
12,34 €* 12,99 € -5%
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Tech House royalty Mark Ambrose continues his benevelont reign with three slices of varied funk on the fourth is / was installment. The first mix of Makossa emphasizes the "tech" portion of "tech house", favoring driving rhythms and a big kick for peaktime vibrations. Mix 2 and Wagamama lean towards the tripping, spiralling kookiness that Mark is known best for. Laslty, we've commissioned some fresh-faced talent on remix duties. Teakup contributes a whirlwind remix of Makossa featuring broken, stuttering beats and advanced sample wizardry for a truly genre-eschewing workout.
Mark Ambrose - Groove X EP
Mark Ambrose
Groove X EP
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Bass Culture)
8,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Incoming… Bass Culture delivers a fresh new EP featuring three classic cuts remastered for 2015. Selected by label head D’Julz, Bass Culture’s 44th release comes from British producer Mark Ambrose, owner of cult outlet Crayon. Mark has been DJing since 1989 and decided to inject his passion for music into production during the late 90s, setting up Crayon in 1997. As a fan of Mark and his label, D’Julz decided that Bass Culture would be the perfect place to re-release a few of his timeless tracks, so here we have the Groove X EP…Though it was released 16 years ago in 1998 the title track hasn’t aged a bit, powering along with a rough groove counterposed with enchanting atmospherics. On the flip ‘Electricity’ (featuring David Holness) has a more celestial air with squelchy effects and jaunty vibe throughout, combined with David’s velvety vocals. "Ozone" completes this trio of classics and ends things on a high with hypnotic bleeps cascading down from the high end, a large slice of bass and that ‘I can’t quite understand’ vocal samples to really set things off.
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