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Black Loops - The Point EP
Black Loops
The Point EP
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Gruuv)
8,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Black Loops have previously released on labels like Toy Tonics which brought them fans like Groove Armada, Huxley, Art Department and of course Audiojack who signed them to their own Gruuv Recordings, this their second EP for the label see's Riccardo & Gabriele unleash three new bombs featuring a remix from Emanuel Satie.
V.A. - 5 Years Of Gruuv EP 3
5 Years Of Gruuv EP 3
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Gruuv)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The summer of 2015 sees Gruuv celebrate 5 years in the game. We've put together a brand new compilation featuring 25 of our favourite artists, which will be released as 6 x 4 track vinyl releases every two weeks throughout the summer and features artwork from the renowned Victoria Topping. Each EP will be released on limited edition vinyl, with a free poster and sticker inside, uniquely stamped from 001 - 500. Thanks to everyone involved, all around the world. Music provides the greatest unity. It strips away indifferences, supersedes language, nationality, culture, all defining human factors, and leaves one common thing we can all interpret; sound.
Audiojack - Machine Code EP
Machine Code EP
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Gruuv)
11,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Here we see Audiojack offer up some fresh original material, the first of which is title track "Machine Code", the duo employ a production technique used in their critically acclaimed 2006 hit 'Robot' here, wherein every sound is generated by channeling the rhythmic elements through the same delay. The result is a gritty dancefloor focused cut, fuelled by glitchy effects, vigorous drum lines and baroque structural changes. Up next on the original material is 'Indigo', seeing the pair opt for a more refined, progressive groove this time, playing on vacillating background atmospherics, organic percussion and infectious bass licks. On the flip side of the single we see two remixes offered up, the first of which is Paul C & Paolo Martini's interpretation of 'Machine Code'. The Italian duo turn in their signature up-tempo vibe with the mix, extracting snippets from the fray of the original and reshaping it into a bouncy and vibrant workout. Man of the moment Alexis Raphael then closes the single with his remix of 'Indigo', the Hot Creations / Jackathon Jams artist reworks the original track into a dynamic, groove-led number with gritty 909 rhythms and dubby resonant synth stabs driving the composition.
Audiojack / Jimmy Edgar - These Days EP
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