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Digitalism - Mirage
2LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Magnetism)
17,99 €* 23,99 € -25%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Vinyl als Gatefold Doppel LP mit Download-Code.Es ist kaum zu glauben, dass es bereits über ein Jahrzehnt her ist, als Digitalism mit ihrer Hymne "Zdarlight" explodierten. Nu-Rave und Dubstep kamen und verschwanden (größtenteils) wieder, Hip Hop verwandelte sich in Trap und EDM ließ DJs zu Popstars werden. Knapp fünf Jahre nach ihrem zweiten Album "I Love You Dude" kommt nun das Hamburger Duo Digitalism, welches sich klugerweise nie von Modetrends vereinnahmen ließ, mit seinem neuen Album "Mirage" zurück. Auf dem Album präsentieren sie ihren allerorts geliebten Sound und öffnen sich gleichzeitig neuen Ansätzen und Möglichkeiten.
Digitalism - Roller
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Magnetism Recording Company)
7,64 €* 8,99 € -15%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
incl. Dense & Pika RemixBefore they head underground to finish their new the globally-loved Hamburg duo Digitalism are unleashing their first ‘pure’ club track since the red hot ‘Fahrenheit 32′ in January 2014. Digitalism’s brand new track ‘Roller’ does exactly what it says on the tin. Full of raucous energy, the track mirrors the freshness that could be found on Digitalism’s debut album ‘Idealism’ back in 2007. Mixed by Matt Wiggins at Paul Epworth’s Church Studios, ‘Roller’ comes complete with a delightfully low-slung remix from another duo who are currently on top form, Dense & Pika. Alongside two bonus DJ-Tools ‘Roll-A-Pella’ and ‘Beats-A-Pella’ which will all be housed on a limited edition 12″ that’s sure to go down an absolute treat with Digitalism’s loyal and dedicated fan base.
Digitalism - DJ-Kicks
2LP | 2012 | EU | Original (!K7)
20,99 €*
Release:2012 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Digitalism has done a mix for the legendary K7! DJ Kicks series. And it is not a lie, on the contrary, it is nothing short of the truth to say, this is a dream come true for two young fellows from Germany. Twelve years ago, when they originally met, two record store workers in Hamburg, admiringly selling the DJ Kicks series to their customers adoring not just the event of each release, the dexterity of the mix but most importantly the protagonists behind each release, the artist, the DJ, the mixer. Their favourites over the last two decades are Tiga's ("His mix was a great essence of edgy and cold electro-techno."), Trevor Jackson's Playgroup ("More really playful stuff.") and Erlend Oye ("Cause he sung over a lot of stuff and had some favs like Jürgen Paape, the collab with Morgan Geist and Avenue D (2D2F) on it.").Summer 2012 is their time, now they have to prove it themselves. To make it short, this mix has it all! They move sometimes slow and easy, in other moments ecstatic and without second thoughts through the tracks. Thereby their attitude jumps between impetuous and cocky, as the sounds hit challengingly between electro rock and synth-pop, new wave and trance, techno and disco punk and pop glamour. On this journey they include tracks by Opptimo, Alex Gopher, WhoMadeWhoe, Kölsch, Vitalic, to name a few, alongside exclusive tracks and new material from the band themselves.Moelle and Tüfekçi wanted to represent their past as DJs, their "sonic universe" as they call it. The target was to unite new Digitalism music and "timeless pieces that describe us and our sound."But how did they start with choosing the other tracks for the mix? Like everybody else would do: They made a list of all the magic tracks coming to mind over the last decade. As they used to work in a record store, they of course have it all on vinyl, but at home, and as the Digitalism were quite busy touring the last year, with 90 performances all over the world, they had to do it the internet nerd way and Google themselves into a trance. The Majority of the chosen music is from friendly associated labels and producers, cleverly mixed up with tracks by models of the past. "Some stuff that we chose from the early 2000s clash era got lost in a jungle of major label licensing bureaucracy, and for one or two years we've been playing our edit of Simple Minds' "I travel" and would have loved to finally pass this on to the outside world, but you know, bootleg things you've done with the real big names are usually just off the table.“ But they were both absolutely happy with the final material they got for the mix.From that point on intuition took over and led them into a very melodic mix, perfect for "a sundowner drink" as they say themselves. "We can imagine this running around late afternoon/sundown. By the time it gets dark, you can dive deeper into the music."
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