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Session Victim / Hints, The / Iron Curtis - Treats Volume 4
Session Victim / Hints, The / Iron Curtis
Treats Volume 4
12" | 2012 | DE | Reissue (Retreat)
10,99 €*
Release:2012 / DE – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Your favourite vinyl-only label kicks off its 2012 discography with another episode of the Treats saga! If the previous volume were associated with straightup dancefloor goodies, Number 4 is more focused on musicianship as Session Victim, The Hints (Quarion & Jules Etienne) and Iron Curtis & Leaves pick up the instruments to compose 3 songs drenched in Funk and Soul with an undeniable 21st century House feeling!
Iron Curtis - Glazing EP
Iron Curtis
Glazing EP
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (Retreat)
10,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Hip Hop, Electronic / Dance
After the well-received "Treats Vol.4", Retreat closes its 2012 chapter with a fantastic 4-tracker from House maestro Iron Curtis! Following his accomplished debut album on Mirau, "Glazing " is a highly versatile EP which sees the producer breaking new ground while staying true to his inimitable style. Expect the unexpected as Iron Curtis stretches House music far beyond its known boundaries with the help of Psychedelia, Dubstep and Hip-Hop!
Quarion - Busted Moniker EP
Quarion
Busted Moniker EP
12" | 2015 | DE | Original (Retreat)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / DE – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Finally putting to rest a one-year break, Retreat is back in full swing in order to bring more heat this summer thanks to the “Busted Moniker EP” from Quarion! With four tracks that showcase a jazzier, somewhat wilder side of the Retreat co-founder, “Busted Moniker” has the stamp of a producer on top of his game, squeezing out all of the funk from his machines and letting loose without too much over-thinking. Can you handle it? The ambient introduction “Lost Coordinates” represents a direct follow-up to Quarion’s offering on the “Treats Vol.5″ Compilation. Built around a circular four note theme, white noise percussion and a distant choir, “Lost Coordinates” evokes a ghost spaceship that is drifting through the void, his destination unknown and his point of origin long forgotten. The bumpy house beat of “A Thousand Questions” teleports us back to a more familiar territory: this is proper club music with a sweet jazzy touch. Not holding back on his skills as a musician, Quarion treats us with a Rhodes bassline, deep piano chords and many drum fills. The tune moves along nicely and just when you think it couldn’t get any better, Quarion surprises us with a break that introduces energetic Juno stabs and a booming new bassline. Slick! “Burnin’” is maybe the EPs hottest track (all puns intended) and is sure to light fires on dancefloors all over. Beginning with a deep bassline atop a shuffled beat, the groove becomes irresistible as soon as the cheeky vocal samples arrive, but it’s the entrance of an infectious and offbeat Rhodes loop that is sure to make the dancers go crazy. As the track gets stronger, the theme breaks down in descending chords and we’re left with just the kick drum and a percussive noise. The loop soon emerges anew from the background now coupled with a phased cymbal for one more everlasting burn… Ouch!
Quarion / Session Victim - Treats Volume 1
Quarion / Session Victim
Treats Volume 1
12" | 2009 | DE | Reissue (Retreat)
9,49 €* 9,99 € -5%
Release:2009 / DE – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Is there a better way to introduce a label than by releasing 2 exclusive tracks from its founders? Quarion and Session Victim (featuring Hauke Freer) show what Retreat stands for with this pancake-hot split EP!
Quarion - Shifts In the Environment
Quarion
Shifts In the Environment
12" | 2013 | EU | Original (Retreat)
8,99 €*
Release:2013 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
When was the last time that you came across a Quarion record? It was probably back in 2010 with "Moons Around Jupiter" and since then the producer went largely missing. Feeling that he had reached an artistic dead end, Quarion decided to take a step back from the scene in order to experiment with new ways of making music. It took almost 3 years but needless to say, it was worth the wait: "Shifts In the Environment" is an essential collection of superb tracks which celebrate House music in its various declinations. Although it still sounds unmistakably Quarion, one can't help but notice a certain toughness in this new material as well as the will to break rules, making this EP a fascinating listening experience and a sure-shot 12" for the dance floor!
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