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Steve O'Sullivan / Ricardo Villalobos - Sullric
Steve O'Sullivan / Ricardo Villalobos
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Mosaic)
13,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
To the untrained ear a collaboration between Mosaic boss Steve O'Sullivan and minimal house maestro Ricardo Villalobos may not seem like the most obvious sound clash. However, dig a little deeper and you'll find that both these artists have a long history and shared love of stripped back aesthetics and dubbed out rhythms carving out respective sounds that have never strayed far from their roots. Sullric is the result of a daylong session at the end of 2016 where the pair plugged in, switched on and set everything to cycle: recording several hours' worth of material to tape with an edit of their favourite passage worked into two versions in post-production. As you'd expect from anything Villalobos turns his hands to, the sound palette is fully laden with dreamy tinges of warped audio, pulsating synthesis and psychedelic tinges that are as equal as they are diverse never failing to surprise. O'Sullivan's input shines through in the rhythmic feel and the application of effects throughout, holding the entire track together as they hit on a moment that truly captures the spirit of joint electronic enterprise. The Side A edit totals 10 mins and leads with lighter touch hat work that evolves in layers and builds, focusing more on the bass edged tones and vocals that envelope the senses throughout: the use of meditative gongs and a large stringed breakdown cutting through the mix to maximum effect. Side B, titled the deeper dub, stretches over 12 mins and is slightly denser in feel as the rhythmic chug is brought to the fore - driving the track into a sparser territory that gives more ground and emphasis to the breakdowns when they drop. Either way, if you're seeking some heavy beats with weird shit on top look no further.
Andre Kronert - An EP Called Jinx
Andre Kronert
An EP Called Jinx
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Mosaic)
12,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Long-time influential techno label Mosaic is back with a fine new EP from Germany's Andre Kronert. The Odd/Even boss has been turning out dubby and atmospheric EPs for ten years now, and here he adds three more such sumptuous tracks to his discography. A Track Called Jinx is first and is an economical but effective roller with vast drums, subtle hi hats and a wonky lead synth line that brings a trippy feel to the groove. Perfect for basements or warehouses alike, it works on both head and heel in style. Bottom Line is more forceful and hard hitting thanks to slamming drums and a nervous, twitching, haunted synth sound off in the distance. Racing along and taking you with it, the urgency of this one really is compelling. Finally, Pressure Dub is somewhere in the middle, with rolling kicks looping down low, scattered percussive hits up top and unsettling synth motifs all layered up into a smooth dub techno classic. Spacious and spooky it is another effortlessly essential cut from Kronert and Mosaic. Available on limited edition 180 yellow vinyl only.
V.A. - Mosaic Split Series Part Six
Mosaic Split Series Part Six
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Mosaic)
11,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Steve O'Sullivan's Mosaic Split Series is back with a fresh instalment for you in 2017 as the boss continues to discover and compile music from artists new and old for the well-received series that marked his return a few years ago. Focusing on three slabs of high grade deepness for release number six, the A Side comes from a firm Mosaic favourite Dean Decosta, a long-time friend and contributor to the imprint. Hailing from California, his music has always held a timeless quality and subtlety that is in key with the label and Steve's ethos. Stripping everything back to basics, Recon feels like a tribute to the last days of summer and the warm coastal breeze that inhabits the shore in Decosta's native California. Filling the space with warm pads and twinkling synths, the bass end neatly pulses and tweaks throughout as it elegantly moves to a spatial groove that seems to freeze the very moment in time you inhabit. Complimented perfectly by Within Without, Leeds lad Bobby O'Donnell serves up an instant ace for the B side as he fuses a tough ended kick with dub tinged Rhodes chords, pattering hats and swirling melody: evoking the kind of uplifting vibe that won't go amiss with DJs and dancers alike. Expect some heavy rotation and smiling faces on this. Last, but not least, rising Swedish producer Sean Dixon lays down a fusion of Omar S styled synth jams to dub driven house. By taking elements of the classic and injecting a fresh angle, Dixon creates a unique space in the sound that builds and builds, deserving both your time and attention. With repeated play, you can't but help admire his craft. If you haven't already checked out his catalogue don't get caught sleeping. "
V.A. - Mosaic Split Series: Part Two
Mosaic Split Series: Part Two
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Mosaic)
9,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Mosaic Split Series kickstarts 2014 with three solid tracks of silky deepness that build upon the Mosaic sound of old whilst remaining firmly in the present.
Jorge Zamacona - More Mosaic Efforts
Jorge Zamacona
More Mosaic Efforts
12" | 2016 | UK | Original (Mosaic)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Jorge Zamacona returns to Mosaic with three sublime slices of raw techno flavoured house.
Louis Armstrong & The All Stars - Newport 1956 & 1958
Louis Armstrong & The All Stars
Newport 1956 & 1958
4LP | 2014 | US | Original (Mosaic)
81,49 €* 162,99 € -50%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
In what was the third year of the NJF, Armstrong was there with his All-Stars along with the cream of the jazz community. It was Columbia Records and producer George Avakian who thought of recording some of the Festival which was showing signs of becoming the prototype that it soon was to become for all festivals. The Voice of America (VOA) was broadcasting the Festival by then and along with Columbia's microphones captured many hours on tape, some of which to be released on LP. However, quite possibly because of a distorted VOA mic combined with the fact that Columbia's mic was positioned for the band only, the Armstrong portion of this concert lay dormaint … until now. In using the VOA mic while minimizing the distortion on Louis' vocals and combining the clear Columbia mic's capturing of the band, we finally have for the first time Armstrong's appearance at Newport '56. His program selection is exactly what Louis did best … bring the people what they wanted to hear which really was a cross-section of pop and jazz: "Tin Roof Blues" (blues), "My Bucket's Got A Hole In It" (New Orleans), "The Gypsy" (pop), "Perdido" (swing), "Mop Mop" (bop), "Ko Ko Mo" (rock). In addition to his current hit with "Mack The Knife" he found the time to feature the All-Stars (Ed Hall, Billy Kyle, Barrett Deems, Trummy Young, Dale Jones and Velma Middleton). Arguably one of the most revered jazz films was Bert Stern and Aram Avakian's "Jazz On A Summer's Day". Shot at the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival, it is a brilliantly filmed time capsule of music, audience and Newport. Although Armstrong's appearance is one of the longer segments in the movie it is highly edited. Four performances (including Armstrong backed by an 18 piece ensemble - The International Youth Band) had been previously released but the rest, including the filmed segments, are heard here in their entirety for the first time. Peanuts Hucko's fine Goodman-ish clarinet takes over for Hall, Mort Herbert in for Jones on bass and Danny Barcelona replaces Deems at the drums and another outstanding All-Star group had been assembled. However, the encore segment is worth the price of admission. Special guests Jack Teagarden and Bobby Hackett join the band on stage and memorable performances of "Rockin' Chair", "Baby Won't You Please Come Home" and "Pennies From Heaven" can now be fully enjoyed from this glorious gathering. The original 3 track tape of this concert was used as a source and the sound is impeccable. Rare photos of the Festival are included with liner notes contributed by the world-renown Armstrong researcher Ricky Riccardi. Restoration engineer Andreas Meyer has brought these important performances back with much clarity to make you feel like you're soaking up the music in a lawn chair while breathing in the air of Narragansett Bay. Recording: July 1956 and July 1958 live at Newport Jazz Festival, Rhode Island, USA
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