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V.A. - Ecdisis Volume 1
V.A.
Ecdisis Volume 1
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Frigio)
11,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Son of Sam, Arbeid Adelt!, Pegasus. Never afraid to get their hands dirty, the Frigio faithful have gone crate diving for their latest haul of treasure. The material for Ecdisis Vol.1? Lost tracks from the past, patted down, spruced up and given a couple of shots of whiskey by Juanpablo, Dunkeltier and, a new member of the family, Vinilette. From Barcelona, Vinilette is a Dj and producer who isn’t afraid to pull a musical punch or two and she is in fighting form with her two offerings. First up, the 1986 EBM stomper “God Save The King” by Son of Sam is revamped and reconstructed into a psychedelic rollercoaster of crashing cymbals, spiralling samples and bruising bars. The clock is being turned further back, this time Belgium’s new wave punk outfit Arbeid Adelt! are the source material with their 1987 track “Help (Me Ik Stik)” muscling up on a diet of raging rhythms and splintering guitar strings. The head honcho, Juanpablo, meets up with an old member of the family Dunkeltier (aka Dj Sneaker) to finish our journey. The pair travelling back to 1983 to Catalonia and the prog-jazz musings of Pegasus. “Perseguido por el Rayo” is tuned up and transformed into an electronic bomb. Addictive grooves and hooks are polished with beats getting a shot in the arm for a hauntingly sinister piece of disco deviance.
V.A. - Frigio Allstars Volume 2
V.A.
Frigio Allstars Volume 2
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Frigio)
11,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Pera Yang , Daniel Holt, Le Chocolat Noir, Satol, Foil, Artificiero. Four years ago Frigio Records’ boss Juanpablo compiled the first instalment of these series and the result was a 12” that unearthed artists from across the globe. Now this second part retraces the same steps while venturing
Volta Cab - Johnny 320 EP
Volta Cab
Johnny 320 EP
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Frigio)
11,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Madrid. St Petersburg. Frigio is hooking up with Russian electronic explorer Volta Cab for a four tracker of shadowy disco darkness. Thick drum patterns are shot through with strobe as “Johnny 320” enters the room. Swaggering onto the floor, this greased thug means business. Samples mutter intent as grooves grind and twist their way into the late hours. Juanpablo lowers the lights for his remake. Rhythms richochet and basslines loom in this lewd and dramatic track, a piece born in the grit and sweat of the floor under a haze smoke. The lights are kept low for the flip. “Immortal Fix” spikes and spins, laser beam synthlines cut through rumbling chords with snares that do more than just bear teeth. Italy’s Hesperius Draco closes Johnny 320 with giallo horror grandeur. Beats and words are shrouded in lilting strings for this sinister curtain fall.
Most Significant Beat - Geometric State Compilation
Most Significant Beat
Geometric State Compilation
LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Frigio)
13,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Arguably all but the most dedicated fans will have long forgotten Most Significant Beat, a "post-industrial" early '90s techno project from former Clock DVA man Maurizio Martinucci and Esplendor Geonetrico's Saverio Evangelista. This surprise vinyl compilation tells the story of their previously CD-only late '90s work, throwing in a previously unheard workout - the angular rhythms and Sheffield bleeps of "Geometric State" - for good measure. For the most part, the material has aged remarkably well, and sits somewhere between the forthright madness of Autechre, the spacey techno of Detroit-via-Frankfurt (see "Amy Tekno") and the buzzing intensity of Surgeon.
Tecwaa - The Last Hour EP Charles Manier Remix
Tecwaa
The Last Hour EP Charles Manier Remix
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Frigio)
11,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Frigio consistently plumb the depths of electronics to find new material, and this time the Madrid imprint has unearthed, in the murky currents, a real gem. Tecwaa is the solo project of York based producer Paul Fawcett, a musician who discovered his sound in the British warehouse parties of the early nineties and went on to nurture it with movie scores, Detroit techno and homegrown electronica. His debut brings together three pieces of original machine music alongside a very special remix. The menacing “The Eighth Circuit” broods into being. Looming synthwork is further darkened by distant vocals, house percussion keeping time in this sinister opener. “Mantra & Machine” has similar attributes. Adopting clean rhythms, the track refuses to sit comfortably in any genre pigeonhole as Tecwaa weaves a work of cerebral depth. Charles Manier introduces the flip with his take on “Fervour”, Tadd Mullinix returning to Frigio for the first time since his superb remix as JTC of Juanpablo’s “Dream” in 2010. A funk laden work of hip hop breaks and industrial distortion where Manier explores blackened moods and horrorshow grooves. The original of “Fervour” closes, showing another side of Fawcett’s style, BPMs drop as foundations are laid bare in this stark conclusion.
Mick Clarke - Play Time
Mick Clarke
Play Time
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Frigio)
11,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Frigio Records is going back in time for its latest release, some 38 years into the past. Back then a young Newcastle man was experimenting with early electronic instruments and synths. Mick Clarke is his name and nearly forty years later he is still at it. Two tracks have been borrowed from Clarke’s seminal Games LP, each given a bit of modern boot polish from MinimalRome’s Heinrich Dressel and Frigio father Juanpablo.
Pragma - Dusk
Pragma
Dusk
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Frigio)
12,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The release is limited to 200 copies. Maurizio Martinucci (aka TeZ) is being warmly welcomed back into the Frigio fold. Following his work with Most Significant Beat, a partnership with Saverio Evangelista of Esplendor Geometrico, this Italian artist, and member of Clock DVA since 2010, is flying solo on new wings: Pragma. Arturo Lanz of Esplendor Geometrico amplifies the fuzz and static of “Espex”, shaving away all decoration to leave all but a harrowing husk of cables, wires and
Sneaker - The Midas Touch
Sneaker
The Midas Touch
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Frigio)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Editor extraordinaire, Sneaker welcomes you to marvel at his Midas Touch. Happy disco or chirpy funk edits these ain’t. Instead the Rat Life man unearths three dark obscurities and further blackens their already sinister sounds. Playground” by Click Click first came out in 1988. Sneaker maintains the tension, the steady and strained notes as vocals tell a tale of shrouded menace. Ralph Lundsten opens the flip, his 1970 track “Through A Landscape of Mirrors” is bolstered with snapping rhythms, synths are smeared and wrenched as the twisted hand of Dunkeltier takes control. The last instalment, first released on Ant-Zen in 2006, is Geneviève Pasquier’s “Fairy Tale.” A gritty track of reduced industrial essences, the original has been extended and further muddied for ready-made dancefloor corruption.
Hesperius Draco - Actus Tragicus
Hesperius Draco
Actus Tragicus
2LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Frigio)
20,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Frigio is beyond proud to release the first album from Alessandro Parisi’s sepulchral dwelling pseudonym Hesperius Draco. Donning the ceremonial robes, the conventions of house, techno and horror soundtracks are blurred as past, present and future merge. Stalking darkness and light, bordering the divine and profane, “Actus Tragicus” pulls the dancefloor into the murky shadows of Rome. Ritualistic chants, chilling choirs and hissing beats are brewed across two slabs of vinyl. BPMs dip and rise as Hesperius Draco takes you on a winding journey through the catacombs of his world.
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