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Oliver Deutschmann - Locked EP
Oliver Deutschmann
Locked EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Caduceus)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
This is the new release on Swiss imprint, Caduceus Records. They’re back with yet another undiluted dancefloor bomb from the man himself - a release guaranteed to take you to that place and guide you further down the rabbit hole. Oliver is a producer that needs little by way of introduction. Over the last 15 years his reputation as a producer and DJ has been driven forward by his own dedicated passion, a slew of unforgiving releases, a diverse track selection and an even more uncanny ability to mix. On his new release, “Locked”, Deutschmann presents a three-tracker with that hypnotic, peak-time attitude in his sights. Gravely brooding, EP opener ‘Locked’ is a heads-down techno anthem which slowly unfurls into a seven minute hi-hat workout which still manages still to cut a deep groove. Track two, ‘Plus’ delves deeper into his more minimal leanings as he paces himself into the swelling, shapeshifting modus that the track belies. This tune got support by Ben Sims, Shlomo, Chris Liebing, Kirk Degiorgio and other DJs.
Weitone - The Illusion Of Truth And Drama
Weitone
The Illusion Of Truth And Drama
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Caduceus)
8,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Next up on Swiss imprint, Caduceus Records, is a release veiled in secrecy and hidden behind a mask of obscurity. Whilst the producer behind the tracks remains in the backseat, the music sits at the forefront, with only itself to speak for.
Oliver Deutschmann - Flangers Markus Suckut & Jeroen Search Remixes
Oliver Deutschmann
Flangers Markus Suckut & Jeroen Search Remixes
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Caduceus)
6,99 €* 9,99 € -30%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Oliver Deutschmann is a producer that needs no introduction. Over the last 15 years, his reputation as a producer and DJ has seen continued growth down to, quite simply, his pure passion, diverse track selection and an unambiguous mixing ability.He has lit up both rooms of world-renowned clubbing institute, Berghain, where he has played dozens of times since first playing there almost ten years ago. Whilst keeping up with this kind of extensive touring schedule, and being heavily invested in his own productions, the Berlin based artist also finds the time to take the helm of four imprints: Vidab, Falkplatz, Slim Audio and the vinyl only imprint GKNSTR.Beyond his own labels though he has released on Soma, Aim, Etruria Beat, Mobilee, and now returns to Swiss imprint, Caduceus, following his Breakdown EP last year.In a recent interview with Inverted Audio, Deutschmann summed up his clear, dancefloor focussed approach which can be heard on Flangers, stating I don't really care about any achievement. They [the tracks] have to rock the floor and be timeless. This new EP sets that straight right away, laying out the agenda for what is to follow.Flangers opens with the dark, gravelly, brooding, and heads down techno of the title track - a lengthy, spacious workout which manages still to cut a deep groove despite it's direct driving force. Similarly, 'Beast' paces itself, slowly unfolding all of its treasures as it grows, swells and shapeshifts over the course of just over five minutes of sustained tension.On the flip, two heavyweight producers step up to the remix: Germany's Markus Suckut and Dutch producer, Jeroen Search. Suckut's interpretation of Flangers keeps much of the understated groove and tension of the original whilst dipping it in a more shrouded cloak of murky techno. Jeroen Search on the other hand pitches up the pace with a crisp, high-hat driven dive into the deep.
Myles Serge - The Caduceus
Myles Serge
The Caduceus
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Caduceus)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
For the eleventh release on Caduceus, Myles Sergé has provided us with three original tracks along with a remix from prolific Argentine producer Jonas Kopp.
Madben - Couleurs De Dance
Madben
Couleurs De Dance
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Caduceus)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After several acclaimed releases on Astropolis, Stripped Muzic and Bedrock records in a short space of time, Caduceus Records enlist the French producer for the next 12" slab of techno on the label.
Oliver Deutschmann - Breakdown
Oliver Deutschmann
Breakdown
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (Caduceus)
7,99 €* 9,99 € -20%
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
As a resident of Berlin's legendary Panorama Bar/Berghain club and co-operator of the Vidab label alongside Stephen Hill, Oliver Deutschmann has established himself as a force to be reckoned with in contemporary dance music. Like his imprint's mission to release timeless club music, Deutschmann's own sound remains rooted in classic ideas while smartly pushing them forward with new and innovative production techniques. It's a sound that has earned him support from respected labels like Soma, Aim, and Caduceus is pleased to have Deutschmann for our eighth release with two original tracks backed by remixes from Dutch legend Steve Rachmad and Lad. The front-and-center insistent acid line, typewriter percussion, and drum rolls of "Breakdown" reference familiar elements, but it is also clearly contemporary. Eschewing the dirty, thrown-together analogue production common today, Deutschmann controls each sound carefully and builds a heads-down groove unmistakably Berlin in origin. Once the title vocal sample enters, dementia inevitably results, but it moves in a long, slow crescendo rather than a sudden descent. "Braineater" is pacier and superficially less twisted but equally relentless, the gradually increasing drum density custom-made for abuse in Tresor's basement. Sterac's remix of "Breakdown" progresses in sections with each illuminating a different aspect of the original; he then combines them in layers with emphasis on dirty drums to power through. Ever adept at finding contrasts, Lad slows "Braineater" down to a grinding crunch and adds layers of vocal clips and spaced-out synth for the deepest effort here.
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