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Bless This Mess - Day-O Past Fire Edits
Bless This Mess
Day-O Past Fire Edits
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Safe Trip)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Weird Harry Belafonte edit which went pretty hype in Amsterdam.
Satoshi & Makoto - CZ-5000 Sounds And Sequences
Satoshi & Makoto
CZ-5000 Sounds And Sequences
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Safe Trip)
17,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Strictly Classified - July 2017, Amsterdam, NLWe Write To You With The Conclusions Of Our Investigation Into The Synthesized Audio Transmissions Picked Up By The Deep Space Telescope At Irregular Intervals Since 1986.After Many Years, We Pinpointed The Source Of The Ear-Pleasing Frequencies. They Were Being Transmitted From A Secluded Building In “Kawasaki”, Japan. A Key To Their Origin Was Found On The Video-Sharing Site, “Youtube”.When We Visited The Building, We Discovered Identical Twins, Huddled Around A Synthesizer Manufactured By The Casio Cor-Poration. The Twins Told Us That Their Names Were Satoshi And Makoto, And That The Synthesizer Model Number Was Cz-5000.We Were Still Puzzled About The Music We Had Heard, Which Was Largely Ambient In Nature, Positive In Tone, And Possibly Extra-Terrestrial In Origin. Under Interrogation, Satoshi And Makoto Claimed That They Had Created Every Melody, Drumbeat And Musical Phrase Using This One Piece Of Japanese-Made Musical Hardware.We Doubted Their Version Of Events, So Asked For A Demonstra-Tion Of Their Working Method. Once They Had Shown Us How They Shaped, Played And Sequenced Sounds, We Accepted That The Transmissions We Had Received Were Indeed Created Entirelyusing The Cz-5000. Satoshi And Makoto Said That The Audio Transmissions We Were Investigating Had Been Mostly Been Created Throughout The 1990S, Under The Influence Of Early Japanese Techno, The Orb, Ymo, Kraftwerk And “Lots Of Soul”.We Asked To Be Provided With A Collection Of These Trans-Missions, Which Had Never Before Been Made Available To The Public. Satoshi And Makoto Kindly Provided Us With A Compact Disc, On To Which Was Scribbled The Code “St006”.We Believe It Is In The Public Interest To Make These Remark-Able Synthesizer Compositions Available For Wider Research. We Have Therefore Passed Them On To The “Safe Trip” Organisation. They Will Make Suitable Arrangements For Public Release
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.
Ben Penn - Spare Hobby / Carrera
Ben Penn
Spare Hobby / Carrera
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Safe Trip)
11,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
June 2017, Amsterdam, NL: It is with the utmost urgency that we report the conclusions of our experiments with controlled doses of 4-ho-met, codenamed ST004.As instructed, we met up with agent 23, who introduced us to the test subject– code name ben penn – who was ushered into the bunker for immediate testing. In order to observe his reactions, penn was injected with a modified dosage of 4-ho-met and locked inside with only and handful of electronic machines for company.The subject immediately began acting strangely. It quickly became clear that 4-ho-met was increasing his capacity to produce music.Afterwards, penn was able to play us two audio interpretations of his experience. He was visibly shaken.The first penn called: “spare hobby”. He described the resultant musical translation as “higher level inter-dimensional funk”. His utterances while under the influence of 4-ho-met were captured partly using a device the subject described as “a vocoder”. His capability to form complex melodic structures was striking.The second interpretation was titled “carrera” and composed during a period of vivid hallucination. The subject sweated profusely throughout and became obsessed with driving electronic drums. He told of seeing purple-coloured ghosts, which he attempted to portray musically via wild synthesizer flourishes and what he said was called a “bass line”.It is our belief that immediate action must now be taken in order to control the spread of 4-ho-met amongst the wider civilian population.
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 - 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.
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