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Prototype 909 - Outabeta
Prototype 909
Outabeta
12" | 2018 | US | Original (Schmer)
10,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder 22.02.2019
In the studio Prototype 909 was a group that rarely agreed on a clear idea of exactly what they were trying to accomplish. The entire project was an experiment, and every time they hit record there was nothing better for them to do than to just try stuff.Whenever it came time to put together an album they would go through what they had recently done and nd the tracks that seemed to fit together well, or that at least sounded like they were made by the same group. That left on the cutting room foor some really amazing worst that somehow just didn’t “fit" their goals at the time. At Schmer, we remember. P-909 leftovers have Schmer written all over them...These four tracks were all recorded live in the studio in between their three studio albums 93-97. Brenecki ( half of Ontal ) provided his remix inspired by one of them."Hyperdrive" and "Datafash" were recorded shortly after Acid Technology was released in 93. They come from the "lets make Acid Technology Vol 2 approach”. That would have made a really cool record had they done it but they decided on making Transistor Rhythm instead. "ANOISE-NYC" aka "The Tracs that Dietrich Hates" is what you get when you let Jason go nuts on a Doepfer MAQ-16( they never made that mistake again ). "Bobo" is possibly the most prototypical P-909 tracks ever: it took three guys making their own tracks simultaneously almost ignoring what the otherswere doing but somehow mixing them into a flow to make this one, but it all comes together nicely in the end. Its amazing that they never released it before.You've enjoyed the wait, now enjoy your "new" Prototype 909 while it still is new!
DJ RX-5 - A Taste For Remix
DJ RX-5
A Taste For Remix
12" | 2017 | US | Original (Schmer)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
In 1996 Serotonin label heads Selway and Szostek went to Moscow to perform at the invitation of ПТЮЧ Magazine. Synapse performed at the “Waterclub” and met the legendary DJ Compass Vrubell. They went to his “studio” where he had perfected the art of making entire tracks out patterns on the Yamaha DX-5. Szostek brought a DAT of these jams back to NYC and Schmer-003 DJ RX-5 “A Taste for Crap” was released as a small run white label in 97. The run sold out and disappeared to be forgotten forever...Until 2016 Szostek casually mentions its existence to Techno Uber-Nerd Nina Kraviz who just had to have it for her “Fabric 91” CD. So DJ RX-5 was back from the ash heap of history and Schmer got a NEW release from him on Schmer07.Then Schmer got the word out far and wide that they’d like a remix EP for two of the originals: Compass provided stems because like a miracle he still had the patterns after 20 years. Heeding the call were Pointsman, Tripmastaz, Steve Stoll and Schmer’s own BPMF. So this is what you get: “A Taste for Remix”. It will leave your lips wanting more, for sure!
BPMF - Abide The Glide Volume 4
BPMF
Abide The Glide Volume 4
12" | 2017 | US | Original (Schmer)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
As BPMF started making techno again, he surveyed his techno friends asking them what it was about his music they found the most annoying. The answers? TR-606 hi-hats and portamento.He proceeded to focus on these aspects of his music and today the results are here: "Abide the Glide Volume 4" wherein BPMF is pushing all the right buttons to get the DJ thinking about the sounds their pumpin. Jamie Morris provides an excellent DJ freindly remix of "Even Straighter", taking BPMF's idea and going even straighter."Old Man Raver Pants" proves that a 50 year old man can still party, so long as he's wearing his raver pants and while there's been alot of talk about alternative facts, "Alt-Slacks" is a dub inspired jam that seems like it's narrative might fall apart at anytime.Schmer label head BPMF has been making electronic music since 1984. As Free World released cassettes, was entered by WFCS into CMJ's Best Unsigned Bands competition and in 1985 earned the duo a spot on an Epic Records compilation. In 1986 they released "Amagi", an eclectic collection of experimental electronica inspired by underground new wave and industrial music of the 80s.BPMF and Taylor Deupree formed Decameron and released two cassettes on Havoc Music. Some tracks would appear on early techno CD compilations under pseudonyms. Havoc Music's own compilation "Techno Criminal Sub Cultures" is where BPMF first appeared in 1991.With Dietrich Schoenemann and Taylor Deupree, BPMF assembled classic early 80s analog gear and as Prototype 909 they released "Acid Technology" on Instinct records; performed their first live show, met Abe Duque who invited all of his techno friends to the legendary LimelightClub in NYC. BPMF brought records and gear jammed live with them. The Rancho Relaxo All-Stars would release three albums and tour Europe together even destroying the original Ultraschall in Munich, quite literally tearing the place down.With John Selway, BPMF channeled early electro and new wave sounds forming Synapse and creating Serotonin Records to bring the funk back and help give birth to the electro revival scene.Prototype 909 recorded four albums and played 70+ shows. Synapse was the first American electro group to play live in Moscow. BPMF released tracks on Serotonin, Schmer, Instinct, Analog/EMF, Tension/Rancho Relaxo Records. His approach to electronic music is hands on and experimental, so more than having a "sound" his music reflects his values: spontaneity and a sense of urgency.
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