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Bryte x Gafacci - I Like Your Girlfriend
Bryte x Gafacci
I Like Your Girlfriend
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Ransom Note)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Summer’s here! Ransom Note Records continue their search for the finest dance music from Planet Earth with a carnival-ready curveball of a new release; the sleazy, playful Ghanaian Afro-Ghetto-Techno-Pop that is Bryte’s word-of-mouth classic I Like Your Girlfriend. Originally surfacing on a couple of YouTube dance videos, the shitty quality video rip of Bryte’s bizarro lyrics leaping over Gafacci’s impeccable grime-meets-afrohouse beat has been a much-loved secret weapon in the sets of DJs that know for a minute now - Bok Bok, Mixpak and Gang Fatale have all supported heavily. Coming from Accra’s booming Azonto dance scene, where tracks are knocked out in makeshift home-built studios then swapped through social media apps on smartphones, a proper release of I Like Your Girlfriend has long remained a holy grail. Now, after months of searching, several Western Union transfers, hundreds of WhatsApp messages and no lack of determination, Ransom Note have finally managed to legitimately sign the track, and are all set to give a modern classic the 12” release it deserves - making history with what is quite possibly the first Azonto track to be released on vinyl. Alongside Bryte’s crazy vocal version, the release features the original beat from producer Gafacci - its bouncing techy minimalism carving a unique path between techno, house and UK funky that defies genre with glee. Vinyl buyers get a special bonus; Bryte’s acapella, coming in at 128 bpm, is the perfect mixing tool.
Boyd Jarvis - The Music Got Me
Boyd Jarvis
The Music Got Me
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Ransom Note)
12,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
First recorded in 1983 under the name Visual, Boyd Jarvis's cut The Music Got Me is one of the first true house records. A staple on the 80s New York club scene, the visionary instrumental dub was played everywhere from the Paradise Garage to Zanzibar, dance-floors packing to it's mix of throbbing bass and wooshes of analogue synth magic.At Ransom Note we've long been obsessed with the record, so when House Hunting's Aiden D'Araujo interviewed Boyd - and found out that we could license it - we jumped at the chance. Now, we present The Music Got You sounding bigger and better than ever before. Remastered from Boyd's original tapes by Keith Tenniswood at Curved Studios, The Music Got Me is pressed on limited edition, heavyweight vinyl for clarity and bass pressure. Complimenting the original release come 2 completely new mixes - the first is a dubbed out masterpiece from edit-king Nick the Record alongside Dan Tyler of the Idjut Boys. Between them they take the essence of Jarvis's original and tease it out into a cavernous disco killer. Next up comes Bawrut - man behind Ransom Note's debut release, the nu-acid anthem Ciquita. Bawrut does what he does best, throwing in Latin percussion, layers of screwball 303 burbles, and a sense of joy, all whilst keeping Boyd's original bass groove rolling.
Marlon Hoffstadt - Observing The Known
Marlon Hoffstadt
Observing The Known
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Ransom Note)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Marlon Hoffstadt is a rising star as both a DJ and producer, effortlessly joining the dots between classic rave and the future of techno. Taking a break from running his Retrograde label, Marlon has cooked up Observing The Known for Ransom Note Records. Over three tracks of warm synths, bubbly acid and emotional chord progressions, the EP sees Marlon reimagining house music for today’s dancefloor, taking the passion and energy of ‘80s Chicago and giving it the production heft of 2017 Berlin. Opener ‘Floating’ is a piano house classic, shot through with chimes and 303 gurgles, nostalgic for a golden age whilst optimistically looking forward. This is peak time house for dancefloors with heart. It’s followed by the computerised funk of ‘ARP+’, an acid house roller that teams jacking 303 bass with mournful strings, as sorrowful as it is uplifting. B-side opener ‘Batavus’ is a driving tribute to Detroit, Kevin Saunderson-esque keys stabbing over soaring washes of synth, the sound of late nights and starry eyes. London-based Scott Fraser has added a remix of ‘ARP+’ that takes Marlon’s classic techno to darker lands, with snapping electro drums and deliberately seasick bass pressure ramping up the claustrophobia. This mix has already been causing huge damage when dropped on dubplate at Fraser’s feted Body Hammer night...
Placid One - C Balloon EP
Placid One
C Balloon EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Ransom Note)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The good ship Ransom Note sails on! Continuing our commitment to releasing the finest dance music from planet Earth, our latest missive comes from fresh-faced Belgian kit freak Placid One. Squeezing out analogue techno from a studio full of synths that burble and shimmer and croak, Placid’s lead track ‘C Balloon’ is a drum-less masterpiece, an arpeggiating ascent into a chrome-plated future. The track belongs in the lineage of the emotional best of Detroit; as mysterious as it is melancholic, it’s a vision of computer blues for the 21st century. It’s followed by ‘Bombay Persuasion’, a jitter of broken tech-funk building to a rumbling throb of bass, and ‘Life’, which chops up classic breakbeats with late night acid secrets. All three tracks combine Placid One’s youthful exuberance with a yearning for the hardware mentasm of early Brit pioneers; the ghosts of Aphex Twin, Orbital and Kirk Degiorgio can be heard echoing through their grooves. On remix duties we have Deutschland’s finest Cass. who provides a blissed out reimagining of ‘C Balloon’, unravelling its synths into an epic of found sounds and ambient drift. This is followed by a floor ready refix from Ransom Note favourite Timothy ‘Heretic’ Clerkin, who rolls ‘C Balloon’ into a warm house jam, all classic synth hits and sun-rising acid bubbles.
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Timothy ‘Heretic’ Clerkin - Serenade EP
Timothy ‘Heretic’ Clerkin
Serenade EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Ransom Note)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Timothy ‘Heretic’ Clerkin has a new record out. This new record is called Serenade. It is out on Ransom Note Records. It is three tracks from Timothy and one remix from Marlon Hoffstadt. All four tracks are winners. They sound like the ‘90s remade by people too young to remember the shit bits. There are breakbeats. There are acid lines. There are weird samples about drugs. There are things that sound like Orbital. There is no time wasted.
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