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Vince Watson - Deja Vu Josh Wink Remix
Josh Wink - Resist Truncate Remixes
Josh Wink
Resist Truncate Remixes
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Ovum)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Wink returns to the Ovum motherland after a year of big hitters on Intec, Boysnoize and R&S. And he’s packing some serious substance. The clue is in the title, the message is in the hypnotic signature vocal loop, the attitude is in the spiked-out sinewy tendrils of acid, sharped in the way only Josh knows how: ‘Resist’ is the sound a man who, like all of us, is confounded and frustrated with the current political and media climate. Tension, fear and adrenalin ripple throughout as we dynamically ride the tangible, visceral highs and lows in a quintessential classic Wink way. Remix-wise Truncate forges through the blurred truths, manipulation and divisiveness with two clear dancefloor tactics: a thundering, roughly-hewn late night techno roll-out and a deeper, leaner approach for slightly earlier hours with a rising siren that acts as a call to arms for like minds to unify. Truncate isn’t alone with the multiple versions: in echoes of some of his most influential tracks ‘Superfreak’ and ‘Don’t Laugh’, Josh has also provided two stripped-back acapella-style tracks to ensure the critical message is entwined beyond the track itself. And that message is clear: Exist to resist. You know what to do. - Josh Wink is on a roll following last recent big tracks on Boys Noize, Cocoon, Soma, and of course Ovum. - DJ support from Chris Liebing, Scuba, Len Faki, Slam, Jamie Jones, John Digweed, and more. Radio support from Eats Everything (Radio 1), B Traits (Radio 1), Coco Cole (Capital 1Xtra).
Amberoom - Rhit EP
Amberoom
Rhit EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Ovum)
8,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Introducing Amberoom: a brand new name from three old friends… Manuel Tur, Adrian Hoffmann and Ramin Nouyan. Operating in a similar mindset to Manuel's Ribn project a few years ago, Amberoom is a celebration of the freestyle spirit. Three mates and a bunch of machines jamming the day away with no intention but creating beautiful moments, dynamics and tones. The spirit is evident from the off on ‘Rhit': The mid tempo funk in the percussion, the breath-taking organ blasts, the casually late piano line… The track has a life of its own that could only come about through jamming and open minds. At points heads-down and tribal, at others epic, this really is powerful stuff. The power continues on ‘Hover'. The staggered woodblock beat that ignites the track gives no hint at what's about to come… Suddenly a dense fog of synths heave into the mix, harmonically weaving with a yearning cosmic far-away feel that's just as much physical as it is emotional. Genuinely majestic. We close with ‘Machine' which sums up the beauty of the project; a homage to the hardware being pumped and massaged to create these fusions, it's an awe-striking 11 minute episode of brilliantly drawn out deep, dubby funk. The guitar twangs and synth ripples creating a strong Balearic feel, the whirling, grainy FX and textures have a trippy appeal while the crunchy kicks keep everything real… This really does take you away to special places. Magic, unique and powered by trueness: Let's hope Manuel, Adrian and Ramin return to this special place very soon because this is dynamite.
Andre Galluzzi - Submerge EP
Harry Romero - Aquarium EP
Harry Romero
Aquarium EP
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Ovum)
8,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
New Jersey’s finest returns to Ovum with the much anticipated follow up to his hugely successful and widely supported 2014 “Get Deep” EP, a release that saw Harry return to his roots and deliver, with the title track, a true festival and Ibiza House anthem. Aquarium and What What, the latest double-header from Romero, seeks to carry on from where his previous Ovum outing left off… With its echoing sax and signature snappy percussion, Aquarium leads the release with its wonderful balaeric mood and flavour. Whilst on the flip, What What taps into his techier trade, as Harry twists and tweaks in a full on dark room frenzy, evoking memories of classic his Sondos moments.
Alex Kid - Avocado EP
Pete Moss - Tried To Tell You
Anton Pieete - The Menu
Anton Pieete
The Menu
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Ovum)
8,09 €* 8,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Anton Pieete is known for his classic, textured take on House & Techno. The Dutchman has spent recent years exploring the reaches of his analogue set up, releasing a string of hugely popular EPs for Joris Voorns Rejected imprint. Now he turns over his latest wares to Ovum, with another impressive offering in the shape of TheMenu. While it may be our starter; first dish Peven is definitely more of a main course. Heady and intoxicating with itspercussive, funky drums and undulating keys, its carries us on its woozy wave of rich analogue bass. Our appetite is further satisfied by the deeper sophisticated tones of Lite Green. Its malleable, swinging groove is governed by its pulsating bassline and dense kick-drum as lazer synths sweep and claps fire on thisclassy cosmic jam. BN300s dramatic and ghostly strings are at odds with its frenetic bouncing bass melody and yet together theywork in complete harmony to create our final musical indulgence from The Menu.
Oniris - Night Walk
Oniris
Night Walk
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Ovum)
8,09 €* 8,99 € -10%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
From his days organising free parties in and around Northwest France during the early 2000s, Oniris has risen the classical way: years of DJing have given him an innate understanding of dancefloor dynamics and a firm crew and label to create with: Astropolis. Since breaking through in 2011, his tracks have rapidly picked up support from all the right corners: Agoria, Laurent Garnier, John Digweed, Marc Romboy and Josh Wink have all lent their support. Having already released some of his finest work on Bedrock and Systematic, its now Ovum’s turn to play host to Oniris’ latestwork, the Nightwalk EP. Eschewing his penchant for the peak time, Oniris steers away from the euphoric’s of previous outings and, whilst retaining his melodic moves, creates a selection of deep, warm and groovy cuts with a spiky electric edge. Head-nodders, shoulder-droppers & hip-swingers rejoice, these slinky dancefloor numbers are for you. Support Coming from: Pete Tong, Hernan Cattaneo, Guy J, Lane 8, Matthias Mayer, Christian Smith, Till Von Sein, Luca Bacchetti, Marc Romboy and more!!!!
Gel Abril - Raver
Gel Abril
Raver
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Ovum)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Back with more Underground Bullshit! Ovum are more than proud to welcome the return of the might Gel Abril. Gel’s production career exploded with Ovum almost 10 years ago with the iconic aforementioned ‘Underground Bullshit’ EP. Since then he’s established relationships with some of Ovum’s most respected, progressive contemporaries - Defected, Mobilee, Get Physical, Be As One - but now the Israeli craftsman is back at his spiritual home with three of his biggest tracks in recent times. Get to know: Lean, stark, iced-out; ‘Raver’ was tailored for Ovum. Every element plays a key role; from the oak-trunk kicks to the bellowing subs to the demonic downpitched spoken sermon by way of the life-support machine rhythmic texture… Everything comprised to create a subtle, restrained but wholly dark tech groove that refuses to quit. With a refreshing sense of contrast, ‘Optical’ slaps hard from the off as a plucked riff springs from out of nowhere. A true drama-raiser that fluctuates back and forth, causing every other element from the kicks right the way up to the percussion to follow its tense pattern. Drop this and watch the panic unfold before your very eyes. Finally we hit ‘Akasa’. Tapping into the EP’s heritage theme with its timeless, almost bouncy acid line, Gel establishes a tangible sensation of physical funk with increasing percussive elements and a synth lick that gets decidedly trippy and unpredictable. The type of track that takes you to destinations without you even knowing you wanted to go there, it’s a fitting ending to an EP that’s been long overdue…
Dudley Strangeways - Crack The Whip
Dudley Strangeways
Crack The Whip
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Ovum)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ovum welcomes Leftbank Records co-boss Dudley Strangeways: a UK house and techno DJ rooted with serious residency stripes at the legendary Back To The Future Parties and appearances at the likes of Boiler Room. Hot off the back of releases on StarDub, Little Helpers and Made Of Concrete comes his Ovum debut; three tracks made constructed for one sole purpose… Melting minds in the darkest of rooms. ‘Keep It Clean’ is twistedly simple; a rump-busting roll in the drum department and paranormal pad leave space for a precision tuned tone that warps with the gravitas of a life support machine. Sinewy, cold and deliciously disconcerting, Dudley ensures funk and focus with delicately placed rhythmic elements and constant fluctuations. Next we find ourselves breaking into an early 90s warehouse as ‘Transition’ whisks us on an acid trip with flurries of jack and a lean lead line that slithers through the ever-mutating drums and occasional FX hailstorms. Devilishly futuristic and tailored for those deep long blends, the stripped back extensive nature of this guarantees mixing bliss. Truly, tracks built by a DJ, for DJs. Don’t let this one slip…
Nacho Marco - Warm Trax Volume 2
Rob Hes - Main Sounds
Rob Hes
Main Sounds
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Ovum)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The precision-tuned tech machine that is Rob Hes continues to scale up the gears with his highly anticipated debut on Josh Wink’s Ovum. A key weapon in Rob’s full-shade arsenal, ‘Main Sounds’ follows a solid stream of steam-powered grooves on the likes of Tronic, SCI+TEC, Elevate, KD Music and, just this month, Gregor Tresher’s Breaking New Soil. It’s already become the subject of ardent ‘ID’ theorists and demanding fan queries thanks to his recent Asia tour video… Now he’s finally able to unleash it, along with two other equally dynamic grooves. ‘Main Sounds’ is the type of track that catches you unaware. A stately 4/4 suddenly goes into overdrive as a cathedral-shaking arpeggio penetrates to the forefront. Creepy, consistent and chilling, it will have your floor hypnotised from start to finish. ‘On The Move’ ups the physical sensation factor with its steam-powered drum arrangement. Each percussive element perfectly positioned to heighten the drama, the rhythm is complemented every step of the way as an icy hook entwines itself amid the lolloping energy. Finally we hit “Perfect Illusion” where dense layers of atmospheres shroud the spectrum and chunkier brick-like kicks plough through the mists driving a shimmering hook and its acidic tendrils to the centre with restrained suspense. A fitting way to conclude his debut Ovum EP, something tells us this won’t be a one-off…
Manik - Recourse Feat. Cari Golden
Manik
Recourse Feat. Cari Golden
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Ovum)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Fall into a dream state, leave your body, here we go… Fresh from launching his 909 Til Infinity with Option 4 and storming BPM so hard he was identified by Pulse Radio as one of the key breakthrough acts of the Mexican festival, MANIK returns to Ovum with more visceral, physical slabs of straight-up tech funk. ‘Recourse’ is special. Teaming up with LA word-painter Cari Golden, his fluctuating, body-popping groove is peppered with barbed purring poetry that’s part existential, part party, all unique: Cari matching MANIK’s every bobbing bass texture, MANIK matching Cari’s every observation, everything about ‘Recourse’ is distinctive, exciting and full of fresh energy. Momentum maintained throughout; things take an unexpected dubby twist as the ‘VHS’ shimmers and ripples with synth insistency. Rolling hi-hats, hip-snapping clap attacks and a timeless vocal shot build around each other, occasionally revealing a fully-juiced bassline swinging and rolling with total consistency. ‘Los Angeles Dub’ is straight up jack, no chaser: a grainy, analogue moment of total unabashed machine-melting funk. Don’t be fooled by the title’s locale; we could be in any party city at any period of time in the last 30 years and this will cause the same frenzied moves. MANIK’s been delivering the goods for several years, but even by his standards this is another level. Something tells us BPM isn’t the only thing he’ll be breaking through this year…
Josh Wink - Denial Luke Slater Remixes
Josh Wink
Denial Luke Slater Remixes
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Ovum)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ovum are proud to present a very special remix release as Josh Wink's 2015 future-shocker ‘Denial' enjoys not one but two versions from Luke Slater. Splitting his complex multi personality across two sides, the UK techno lifer explores his innermost dual psyche to create two wholly different tracks. Both of which reflect the strengths of the original while taking it into vastly different directions. First up: Planetary Assault Systems. One of Luke's oldest and boldest alter-egos, here he provides a nuclear powered bulldozer of a version. Fission hisses and mechanical rasps wrap around the undulating groove that charge relentlessly with a dark funk coded into the bass. Watch out for the additional percussion and brash snares midway for added atom-splitting momentum. LB Dub Corporation follows. One of Luke's shyer personas, this is the first LB Dub Corp production since his Ostgut Ton album ‘Unknown Origin' in 2013. A deeper, rolling analogue groove is at play here, suddenly dropping to reveal the loopy, automaton vocal loop from Josh's original to awesome hypnotic effect. Two distinctive, forward-thinking, visceral floor-focused remixes from one of techno's most respected, long-standing and prolific minds: Remix packages don't get any bigger than this.
Chymera - The Divided Self
Chymera
The Divided Self
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Ovum)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Last spotted on Ovum just over a year ago with ‘Moot Point', Irishman-in-Berlin Chymera returns with two more stately sonic workouts… We ignite with “The Divided Self” is one of Chymera's personal favourite compositions from last year. Setting out with the simple mission to make a deep emotive track, it was one of those super-rare golden studio moments when everything came together in a matter of hours. Pensive and poignant, restrained and ruled by minor chords, the sense of melancholy makes even more sense when you understand the title: ‘The Divided Self' is named after a groundbreaking book that discussed and explored mental illness in a way that, at the time, had never been done before. Next up is “Canavan Calling", a track that's characterised by an incredible bassline that's so broad, rich and textured it's almost overwhelming. No surprises, then, that is created on an original Minimoog, an instrument Chymera fell in love with while he attended a Studio Stekker week alongside peers such as Mathew Jonson, Sebastian Mullaert and The Mole. Mutating, morphing and moving throughout, starlit synths soon enter the mix, soaring and thrusting further upwards to create a natural, rolling organic build up and pay off. Named after an obscure short horror story by Joseph Payne Brennan, the only thing horrific about this track is the price of an original Minimoog. Both cuts taking their titles from literary inspirations, both cuts revealing wholly different sides to Chymera, both cuts warming us up to the very bottom of our souls this winter… Both cuts demand your attention
Ryogo Yamamori - Trinity EP
Ryogo Yamamori
Trinity EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Ovum)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Ovum welcomes one of Japan’s most consistent techno producers in recent years, Ryogo Yamamori. The man behind the well-respected 951 imprint and a DJ schedule that frequently sees him demonstrating dark strategies from Korea to Canada.
Doomwork - Marmalade EP
Doomwork
Marmalade EP
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Ovum)
8,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Fresh from their successful Asia tour, recent remixes on Monza and King Street and appearance on Chris Tietjen’s ‘Zehn’ Cocoon compilation, Italian duo Doomwork make their Ovum debut with a trio of powerful rolling tech burners. Reflecting their multi-shade style and influences, every chapter of the night is consummately catered for. ‘Marmalade’ takes the lead with unfettered minimalism as a rolling kick/tom groove suddenly whip-slaps into full steam with a precision snare injection. Don’t get too comfortable, though, as the synth odyssey that awaits on the breakdown is coded in pure Italo positivity and guarantees serious lazer-reaching participation. ‘In The End’ showcases the deeper, smouldering side of Doomwork’s creativity. Igniting with a slow-burning drum arrangement before long yearning, dreamy pads enter the fray, stretching around the robust mid-tempo kicks to cosmic, hypnotic effect. A timeless recall to Twilo’s finest hours when the world was submersed in northern exposure. Finally we hit their own Terraforma remix of ‘Marmalade’. Stripping back the drum dynamic into a palpitating heartbeat dynamic, the groove is gradually rebuilt with percussive elements and occasional majestic synth flurries peppering the spectrum when you least expect it. Less of a remix, more of an original in its own rights, it concludes this accomplished label debut and adds yet more momentum for the duo who have consistently bucked trends and stood their ground since 2008.
Ambivalent - Phase Doubt EP
Ambivalent
Phase Doubt EP
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Ovum)
8,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Having made his Ovum debut alongside Michael Penman on the hugly popular ‘Shimmer’ EP back in 2013, Berlin’s US born resident Ambivalent returns to the label, flying solo, with his fantastic new double-header ‘Phase Doubt’. A decade of making music has seen Ambivalent showcase his work on a envious list of labels from Minus to Mobilee, Cocoon to Clink and many more. Always looking to evolve, 2012 saw new faces and sounds from the American in the form of the housier Amber and the techno-tangent of LA-4A, both backed by the launch of his new vinyl imprint Valence. A busy, inspiring and impressively productive period. The Phase Doubt EP is his most recent creation and again sees Ambivalent avoid tiring techno templates to inspire with the latin rhythms and uplifting melodies of the title track. Dancing synth riffs, pulsing chords and scattered, rapid, snares all come together to create an exotic and heady opening number. On the flip, Selfed Out is built around its epic lead synth that both creates and dominates the outrageous groove and drive of the track. Stunning. .
Sean Miller - Matter Of Time EP
Manik - In Walks Bourbon EP
Wouter De Moor - Brain Fog EP
Tuccillo - Lunes EP
Itamar Sagi - Invisible Key EP
Heiko Laux with Diego Hostettler - Canis Major Part 1 & 2
Manik - House Cut 1 EP
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