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Nino Sebelic - Jupiter EP
Nino Sebelic
Jupiter EP
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Pomelo)
9,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Nino Sebelic the Serbian producer and longtime Vienna resident, is a man who lives and breathes techno. On his premier Pomelo release, ‘Jupiter EP’, he channels true school Detroit electro, upgraded with his energetic and unique touch. The EP starts off with “This Is For My Hood”, a peak-time bass monster reminiscent of Aux88’s most intense productions. It’s followed up by “Church Of Tasmania”, a more stripped down affair that is destined to unfold its magic on the dance floor. On the flip side “Baltimore” explores the space between electro and techno, oscillating between moody synth workouts and pumping EBM patterns. “14357.977km” equals roughly the distance between Detroit and Vienna and back, and for the eponymous track Sebelic appears to have indeed been visiting the D for its glorious chord pads and subaquatic moods. Lastly “Get Brate” closes the EP with a no-holds-barred, straight to the point electro bass banger in best Electric Soul style.
Lodig / Dibek - Lap.AM
Lodig / Dibek
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Pomelo)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Pomelo are back with this new release by Lodig/Dibek. The viennese duo delivers two modern techno tracks with compelling acid grooves, sparse drums and a haunting atmosphere. On top of that the EP is backed with a remix by Cheap records’ Erdem Tunakan and Alpha Tracks who surprise with an old school Piano techno rave tune the likes of we have been missing for over 20 years.
Bad Cop Bad Cop - Wings Of Techno Remixed
Bad Cop Bad Cop
Wings Of Techno Remixed
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (Pomelo)
7,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preceding the release of Bad Cop Bad Cop’s debut album ‘Wings Of Techno’, 4 tracks of the long player get the remix treatment by a unique quartet of techno artists: TOBIAS, GROUP NIOB, BRENDON MOELLER and Pomelo’s upcoming Star KEMETRIX.
Kemetrix - Soulbrother #3
Soulbrother #3
12" | 2012 | EU | Original (Pomelo)
7,99 €*
Release:2012 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Pomelo introduces the Motor City’s superbly talented Kemetrix, aka Soulwerkz Detroit. Part of the Mahogani Music family and closely associated to Moodyman as well as Sherard Ingram aka DJ Stingray, Kemetrix blazes a unique path through soul, funk, ghettotech and sci-fi electro styles. ‘Soulbrother #3? brings both KDJ’s deepness and Stingray’s futurism to the table, merging both sides of Detroit’s 20th century musical heritage, Motown and Metroplex, in singular fashion. Kemetrix’s influences range from Curtis Mayfield’s falsetto vocal style and social commentary, to George Clinton’s collage production style, and J Dilla’s raw and unquantized beat programming. Kemetrix’s music comes from the ghetto. It is raw, intense, and authentic, a unique expression of the struggle and hardships of Detroit inner city life – true soul music for the 21st century.
/DL/MS/ - 040 EP
040 EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Pomelo)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
/DL/MS/ is the new project of Dan Lodig and Martin Sovinz, who have joined forces for a three-track debut of jacking analogue techno that brings both artists' fortes to the table. Dan Lodig contributes the rhythmics and staggering arpeggios. Martin Sovinz complements this with the eerie keys and masterful effect use that show off his impressive skills of putting his analogue gear park to work. Far from being a one-off project, /DL/MS/ have been working on their music over the past months, and further releases on Pomelo, TRUST, and more are on the horizon.
Anet K - Eat My Pussy
Anet K
Eat My Pussy
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Pomelo)
7,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
"Eat My Pussy" is the delightfully nasty debut solo release from Latvian artist Anet K., coming out on Pomelo November 24th. The title track, featuring Anet’s vocals and production, functions as both a demand and endearing request, fusing her encyclopaedic knowledge of electro with a cunning lyrical twist. With such a explicit title, it should come as no surprise that the inspiration for “Eat My Pussy” comes from firsthand experience. Anet K. is no stranger to the scene – as a long-term resident of Berlin she’s contributed vocals to several recent releases, including Barker’s “Like An Animal” on Leisure System. For the remixes, DJ Stingray presents the vocals as an even more aggressive command, while the legendary Egyptian Lover raps some addictive verses and completely revamps the arrangement, presenting his personal ode to cunnilingus in an earworm chorus. On the dance floor or between the sheets: you won’t forget “Eat My Pussy” anytime soon.
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