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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.
Bawrut - Rumba EP
Rumba EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Ransom Note)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Bawrut's Ciquita was the first 12” we released on Ransom Note Records. It sold out in a month, got hammered by as disparate range of DJs we could have hoped for (everyone from Jackmaster to Optimo to Boys Noize to Alfredo gave it a rinsing) and single-handedly deflected the rampaging forces of 2016 shittiness wherever it went. And whilst we're not saying outright that Bernie Sanders lost the Democratic nomination because he didn't use Ciquita as his campaign anthem, who can say what would have happened if the Bern had shuffled out to Bawrut's hooting Latin acid. WHO CAN SAY?Now, as we careen headlong into the pit of madness we're tentatively calling 2017, Italian man of mystery Bawrut is back! To save the universe once more!To that end may we present The Rumba EP: Three tracks and no fat.Opener Rumba is exotic space trance made to soundtrack lysergic orgies on hothouse planets (or, as Boiler Room put it “a piping hot acidic screamer specially crafted for peak times”). Routa is a beefy banger dedicated to Ruta Del Bakalao (aka the greatest Spanish rave doc ever made), with all the gleefully belligerent stomp of Homework era Daft Punk. Tano is an alchemical concoction, transmuting handclaps, chirrups, chants, 303s, and deep state meditation into a starburst explosion of unfettered joy.
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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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