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Jan Schulte presents - Sorry For The Delay Wolf Müller's Most Whimsical Remixes
Jan Schulte presents
Sorry For The Delay Wolf Müller's Most Whimsical Remixes
2LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Safe Trip)
18,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Over the course of his seven-year recording career, Jan Schulte has delivered countless revolutionary remixes under the now familiar Wolf Müller alias. Now, Safe Trip has gathered together some of his most celebrated and hard-to-find reworks on Sorry For The Delay: Wolf Müller’s Most Whimsical Remixes.The collection includes a string of lauded revisions of the likes of Tolouse Low Trax, Africaine 808, BAR and Jose Padilla, all in a trademark percussion-rich, polyrhythmic style that joins the dots between the tropical rhythms of South America, the tribal musical traditions of Africa, the experimental electronics associated with Schulte’s home city of Düsseldorf and the sun-kissed Balearica of Ibiza.Since making his debut at the dawn of the decade, Schulte has carved out a niche as one of European electronic music’s most distinctive artists. Under this best-known alias, Wolf Müller, the German producer has delivered a string of sought-after singles, two critically acclaimed collaborative albums (the most recent of which, produced alongside percussionist Niklas Wandt, was released earlier this year), and a swathe or radical remixes.It’s the latter that’s showcased on Sorry For The Delay, whose apologetic title tips a wink to Safe Trip’s debut release, a compilation of Young Marco remixes called Sorry For The Late Reply. The majority of the eight included reworks are revolutionary in nature, with Schulte gaining inspiration from, or making use of, just a handful of elements from the provided source material. For example, the oldest remix in the collection, a 2011 rub of Mungolian Jet Set’s quirky disco cut “Prog Rocks and Moon Jocks”, made with Christian Pannenborg as Montezumas Rache, features numerous vocal and instrumental elements omitted from the Norwegian duo’s final version.The collection naturally comes packed with deliciously percussive moments, including an undeniably heavyweight translation of Tolouse Low Trax’s “Jaidem Fall” – the first ever Wolf Muller remix from 2014 – a chiming, melodious and sun-kissed revision fo BAR’s 2016 cut “BAR Theme”, an inspired tweak of Africaine 808’s “Rhythm Is All You Can Dance” and a riotous take on “Ba Hu Du”, a never-before-released track from Schulte’s other headline-grabbing, club-rocking pseudonym, Bufiman.Schulte’s ability to create mesmerizing, slow burn soundscapes can be heard across the compilation, too, from the druggy and psychedelic pulse of his krautrock-influenced version of Telespazio’s “Barrier” and the humid tropicality of the Deep Dub of Sound Species “Balafon Jam”, to the dreamy new age synthesizer lines, twanging Jews Harp and seductive beats of Jose Padilla collaboration “Oceans on the Moon”.
V.A. - Welcome To Paradise: Italian Dream House 89-93 Volume 2
V.A.
Welcome To Paradise: Italian Dream House 89-93 Volume 2
2LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Safe Trip)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Young Marco mines deep into the 90s era Italian house underground and strikes absolute gold... Part 2 of 2...This spring, Safe Trip will release Welcome To Paradiso, an expansive retrospective of the Italian dream house sound co-compiled by label founder Young Marco.At the tail end of the 1980s, a new take on deep house began to emerge from Italian studios. 'Dream house' drew inspiration from key U.S deep house records of the period – the spacey melodiousness of Larry Heard's productions, and the rich jazziness of tracks originating in New Jersey in particular – but sounded distinctly different. Its' 'head-in-the-clouds' feel – all rich chords, tactile basslines, fluid piano lines and starry electronics – made 'dream house' a uniquely Italian proposition.First and foremost, the style echoed the wavy, glassy-eyed positivity of the period more than any other. While music in the UK and the low countries was getting faster and heavier, Italy's 'dream house' producers continued to create music shot through with warmth and colourful musicality until 1993. While few 'dream house' records were made after then, its' sounds and loose aesthetic influenced subsequent styles such as trance and progressive house.During its' peak, dream house – or, as it was tagged by leading Italian label DFC, 'ambient house' (echoing the similarly minded work of UK pioneers such as The Orb and The KLF) – could be heard blaring from club sound systems across Europe. The style's popularity was fuelled, in part at least, by the runaway international success of "Sueno Latino".Welcome To Paradiso gathers together some of the finest examples of the style for the first time since the turn of the 90s. It includes a smattering of scene anthems – Key Tronics Ensemble's peerless "Calypso of House", Morenas's "Sonnambulism", the ambient mix of Last Rhythm's Italo-house classic "Last Rhythm" – alongside a swathe of hard-to-find, in-demand and forgotten gems.There are cuts from key players in the movement – the likes of Don Pablos Animals, Sasha (later to find fame with a strong of bouncy, piano-heavy Italo-house cuts), and Dreamatic – plus a string of lesser-known names whose contribution to the evolution of the sound should not be overlooked. Young Marco has also found space for Leo Anibaldi's "Elements", a rare deep house outing from a producer who later helped define the sound of Roman techno.Over the course of two double-vinyl compilations (and one extended digital download package), Welcome To Paradiso celebrates one of the most evocative and imaginative musical styles of electronic music's golden era. Kick off your shoes, turn your gaze skywards, and immerse yourself in the music.
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Ben Penn - Very Important EP
Ben Penn
Very Important EP
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Safe Trip)
9,59 €* 11,99 € -20%
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
June 2018, Amsterdam, NL: 12 months ago we concluded a series of experiments with a test subject named Ben Penn. A year on, we decided to repeat this experiment at his Tilburg base. Once again, the results were starting.After being provided with a sizeable dose of an enhanced and notably stronger derivative of 4-Ho Met (codenamed ST011), Penn not only reported intense hallucinations but also enhanced music production capabilities. With the aid of electronic instruments and hardware, he worked quickly, producing both his trademark “higher level inter-dimensional funk” and compositions that defied our previous expectations.During the early stages of his ST011 experience, Penn completely ignored the provided Rhythm Composer and instead crafted a colourful, humid, jazzy and beat-free track entitled “Nix”, which boasted loose and fluid synthesizer motifs. As his hallucinatory experience intensified, Penn giddily tapped out tropical rhythms on the provided beat-making device, smothering them in alien electronics and sticky melodies. When we asked what this devilishly good cut was called, he simply replied: “Not Important”.As the test went on and the most intense symptoms died down, Penn was much like his old self. Before the ST011 wore off completely, he was able to finish two examples of his trademark “inter-dimensional funk”: the skewed, introspective, bassline-driven wooziness of “Ben” and the mazy, kaleidoscopic goodness of “People”. The latter composition was particularly potent and ear pleasing, suggesting that his ST011 experience had finished on an intense high.
Darling - Tulipa Moves
Darling
Tulipa Moves
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Safe Trip)
16,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After Breaking Out Of Our Holding Facility In Early 2017, We Tracked The Humanoid Alien Lifeform Known As "Darling" To A Deep Bunker In Amsterdam. While We Were Unable To Gain Entry Tio The Inner Chamber, An Operative Successfully Placed An Eavesdropping Device Close By. While Monitoring The Lifeform'S Movements, We Were Able To Record Eight Musical Compositions Of Varying Lengths That It Had Created Using A Range Of Analogue And Digital Electronic Instruments.We Have Called This Collection "Tulipa Moves". You Will Notice That The Tracks Utilise A Variety Of Rhythmic Patterns, Explore Unearthly But Attractiuve Sounds And Are Capable Of Stirring Strong Emotions In Human Listeners.We Direct Your Attention Towards The Lilting, Softly Spun Melancholia Of Composition 03 (Codename "So Did We"),, The Fluid, Beat-Free Bliss Of Composition 05 (Codename "The M Song"), And The Up-Tempo Positivity Of Composition 07 (Codename "Kiss The Glass"), Whose Chiming, Intertwined Melodies And Snappy Rhythmic Energy Reminded Us Of So-Called "Intelligent Dance Music". We Were Astonished By The Quality And Intricacy Of These Alien Creations And Those We Have Not Described In Detail. It Strengthens Our Belief That "Darling" Is A Lifeform With Higher Intelligence And Otherworldly Musical Ability.
V.A. - Welcome To Paradise: Italian Dream House 90-94 Volume 3
V.A.
Welcome To Paradise: Italian Dream House 90-94 Volume 3
2LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Safe Trip)
21,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Safe Trip is taking one final deep dive into the warm waters of Italian dream house with Welcome To Paradise Volume 3, the concluding chapter in the label’s journey through the previously overlooked world of one of dance music’s most vibrant and influential underground movements. While the influence of dream house continues to echo through the ages, the style was at its peak between 1989 and ’94, when producers across Italy delivered a high volume of loved-up, wavy and occasionally blissful productions that fused contemporary deep house tropes – most notably from Chicago, New York and New Jersey – with elements borrowed from ambient, jazz and Balearica.It’s this six-year period that provides the focus for Welcome To Paradise Volume 3, which draws together a spine-tingling mixture of sought-after classics, unheralded gems and little-known delights from the original Italian dream house movement.Thrillingly, Welcome to Paradise Volume 3 co-curator Young Marco has managed to source two previously unreleased tracks during the dream house period: the gently unfurling, sunrise-friendly bliss of Jacy’s “Resounding Seashell” and a special “Longer Edit” of Neurostate’s brilliant “Dance To The House”, a track that – somewhat surprisingly – has never previously been issued on vinyl before.Elsewhere, there are plenty of treats to set the pulse racing, from the must-have deep house brilliance of Leo Anibaldi’s “Universe” – a rare foray into dream house territory from the Italian techno pioneer – and the Afro-bleep-goes-dream-house trip of Golem’s “Sun City”, to the cowbell-driven, New Jersey garage-influenced warmth of Deep Choice’s “Children Trip” and Cosmic Galaxy’s “Walkin’ On The Moon”, a Detroit techno-influenced outing with a deliciously saucer-eyed, extended ambient intro. You’ll also struggle to find a more inspired house record than Green Baize’s “Tramp Heart”, which mixes familiar dream house elements with spacey electronics and tribal chants that recall Italy’s early ‘80s Afro-cosmic scene.It all adds up to another essential selection of rich, glassy-eyed dream house treats tailor-made for sound-tracking drawn-out Adriatic sunsets, Mediterranean sunrises and loved-up parties the world over.
Darling - Sim / Moon Fleet
Darling
Sim / Moon Fleet
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Safe Trip)
9,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
To Whom It May Concern: Following The Release Of The Recently Discovered Musical Recordings Of The Escaped Extra-Terrestrial Lifeform Known As “Darling”, We Have Unearthed Two More Aural Explorations That We Believe The Safe Trip Organisation Must Make Available To The Public.The First We Are Calling “Sim”. It Is The Subject’S Most Alien And Otherworldly Composition Yet, Combining Mind-Altering Rhythmic Elements With Elastic Electronic Bass And Chords From Beyond The Stars. The Second, “Moon Fleet”, Can Only Be Decribed As Next-Level Sci-Fi Daydreaming. Since “Darling” Had No Access To Electronic Hardware Or Musical Instruments During His Time In Our Holding Facility, We Have Absolutely No Idea How This Music Came Into Being.
Dazion - Dragon Wave / Vx Ltd
Artis - Caecilia
Artis
Caecilia
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Safe Trip)
10,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The Safe Trip Organisation Has Been Broadcasting Their Musical Version Of A Traditional "Numbers Station" On The Frequency 5079. Human Intelligence Suggests The Agent Behind Four Regular, Ear-Pleasing Transmissions Is The Safe Trip Associate "Artis".Using A Specially Modified "One-Time Pad", We Were Able To Decipher These Undercover Operatives. The Ethereal, Dreamy, Arpeggio-Driven Throb Of "Panthera Pardus", With Its Poignant Tone And Undulating Lead Lines, Was Clearly Meant As A Warning.. The Same Could Be Said Of "Cetacea", Where Melancholic Synthesizer Sounds And Meandering Electronics Gently Wind Their Way Around Hybrid Electronic/Acoustic Percussion.Panic Set In Once We Deciphered "Giganthopithecus", A Composition Littered With Frequent Increases In Percussive Intensity And A Mind-Altering Melodic Refrain. Our Hunch That Artis Was Ordering Immediate Action By Agents Was Confirmed By "Delphinae", Whose Colourful Melodic Fluidity, Futurist New Age Construction And Layered Wooden Drum Hits Deeply Affected Our Researchers. We Ordered Our Own Agents To Raid The Station, But Artis Had Long Since Scuttled Off Into The Hazy Morning Sunshine.
Darling - JPS
Darling
JPS
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Safe Trip)
12,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
July 2017, Amsterdam, NlTo Whom It May Concern: While Patroling The Forbid-Den Forest Late Last Night, We Captured A Human-Like Lifeform That We Believe May Be Extra-Terrestriial In Origin. The Creature, Who Was Able To Converse In Both Dutch And English, Told Us His Name Was “Darling”. When We Discovered Him, He Was Clearly Disoriented And Chanting The Letters “J”, “P” And “S”.In His Possessions We Discovered A Plastic Box In-Scribed With The Above Initials And A Flat Black Disc Stamped With The Code St005. Under Interrogation, The Subject Told Us That The Box Was A “Drum Machine”. It Had Been Gifted To Him By His Grandfather, Who Went By The Name “Joop”. He Added That Music Created Using This Device Had Been Etched Into The Surface Of The Black Disc.Having Found A Suitable Machine To Extract The Music From Within The Grooves, We Were Astonished By What We Heard. There Were Six Compositions On Which The Subject’S Family “Drum Machine” Was Prominently Featured, Replicating Programmed Electronic Rhythms That Sounded Alien In Origin.The Warm And Loose Feel Of These Percussive Elements Was Further Enhanced By The Subject’S Choice Of Accompanying Electronic Musical Features. These Fre-Quently Caught Our Ear And Enhanced Our Collective Mood. These Variously Sounded Intergalactic, Loved-Up, Dreamy, Otherworldly And Soothing. One Of Our Colleagues, Within Earshot, Spontaneously Started Dancing.We Have Kept The Subject Under Observation And Will Continue To Do So Unless We Receive Instructions To The Contrary. It Is Our Belief That The Music Should Be Made Available To The Public.
V.A. - Welcome To Paradise: Italian Dream House 89-93 Volume 1
V.A.
Welcome To Paradise: Italian Dream House 89-93 Volume 1
2LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Safe Trip)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Young Marco mines deep into the 90s era Italian house underground and strikes absolute gold... Part 1 of 2.. This spring, Safe Trip will release Welcome To Paradiso, an expansive retrospective of the Italian dream house sound co-compiled by label founder Young Marco.At the tail end of the 1980s, a new take on deep house began to emerge from Italian studios. 'Dream house' drew inspiration from key U.S deep house records of the period – the spacey melodiousness of Larry Heard's productions, and the rich jazziness of tracks originating in New Jersey in particular – but sounded distinctly different. Its' 'head-in-the-clouds' feel – all rich chords, tactile basslines, fluid piano lines and starry electronics – made 'dream house' a uniquely Italian proposition.First and foremost, the style echoed the wavy, glassy-eyed positivity of the period more than any other. While music in the UK and the low countries was getting faster and heavier, Italy's 'dream house' producers continued to create music shot through with warmth and colourful musicality until 1993. While few 'dream house' records were made after then, its' sounds and loose aesthetic influenced subsequent styles such as trance and progressive house.During its' peak, dream house – or, as it was tagged by leading Italian label DFC, 'ambient house' (echoing the similarly minded work of UK pioneers such as The Orb and The KLF) – could be heard blaring from club sound systems across Europe. The style's popularity was fuelled, in part at least, by the runaway international success of "Sueno Latino".Welcome To Paradiso gathers together some of the finest examples of the style for the first time since the turn of the 90s. It includes a smattering of scene anthems – Key Tronics Ensemble's peerless "Calypso of House", Morenas's "Sonnambulism", the ambient mix of Last Rhythm's Italo-house classic "Last Rhythm" – alongside a swathe of hard-to-find, in-demand and forgotten gems.There are cuts from key players in the movement – the likes of Don Pablos Animals, Sasha (later to find fame with a strong of bouncy, piano-heavy Italo-house cuts), and Dreamatic – plus a string of lesser-known names whose contribution to the evolution of the sound should not be overlooked. Young Marco has also found space for Leo Anibaldi's "Elements", a rare deep house outing from a producer who later helped define the sound of Roman techno.Over the course of two double-vinyl compilations (and one extended digital download package), Welcome To Paradiso celebrates one of the most evocative and imaginative musical styles of electronic music's golden era. Kick off your shoes, turn your gaze skywards, and immerse yourself in the music.
Darling - When She Hates Me / Isle Of Red
Darling
When She Hates Me / Isle Of Red
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Safe Trip)
5,49 €* 9,99 € -45%
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Strictly Confidential: We Write To You With Alarming News About The Extra-Terrestrial Specimen Discovered In The Forbidden Forest In July 2017. This Lifeform, Code-Name “Darling”, Escaped From The Top-Secret Safe Trip Organisation Holding Facility Late Last Night.All That Was Left Inside The Subject’S Enclosure Was A Pressed Polyvinyl Disc Containing Two Pieces Of Electronic Music. The First, Which We Have Titled “When She Hates Me”, Sounds Like A Call To A Distant Mate Or Partner, Composed At Sunrise And Shot Through With Blissful Positivity. The Other, Now Known As “Isle Of Red”, Combines Surging Drums With Poignant And Melancholic Sounds That Are Clearly Unearthly In Origin.
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