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Simo Cell - 5 Party Mix
Simo Cell - 5 Party Mix
Simo Cell
5 Party Mix
12" | 2018 | UK | Original (Brothers From Different Mothers)
13,99 €*
Release:2018 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder 19.10.2018
For this new release, the French UK am-bass-ador comes back with a 5-tracker Ep, on the infamous imprint Brothers From Different Mothers, expanding a bit more his tempo range with few special riddims. Influenced by dancehall music this Ep collects five party-oriented moods and interpretations of the genre with Simo Cell’s signature and sound design skills.
Simo Cell - Cellar Door
Simo Cell
Cellar Door
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (Livity Sound)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
2015’s first release on the reverse Livity Sound label comes courtesy of Paris based artist Simo Cell. dnuoS ytiviL has navigated the undercurrents of the UK style melting pot for the last three years with the aim of releasing tracks that complement the output of its sister label. 2014 set the bar high with releases from Hodge (Amor Fati / Renegades) and Bruce (Just Getting Started / Tilikum) which were ubiquitous across dance floors over the year. This new 12” keeps up the pace, seeing the debut release of Simo Cell, who’s fuzzy percussive grooves and stealthily paced bare bones rhythms perfectly complement the label aesthetic whilst defining an identity and vision of his own.
Simo Cell - Pogdance EP
Simo Cell - I.M.O. (Icy Moon Orbiter)
Simo Cell
I.M.O. (Icy Moon Orbiter)
12" | 2015 | FR | Original (Fragil)
11,99 €*
Release:2015 / FR – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Shortly after his first EP on Dnuos Ytivil, sub-division of Bristol imprint Livity Sound, Simo Cell, neo-Parisian and Nantes native, puts his second release out on Fragil Musique.On this one, the young producer asserts his Bass-tainted Electro influences.Highly skilled and very technical DJ, but above all open to bridges between genres and eras, the record feels like he conceived it for his own club usage.On the A side, two subtle twin tracks, "Reading Rashid" and "Soko Ban". Cycling melodies and hypnotic pads sketch two Bass outlines, as simple as effective, that seem perfectly fit for switching from a stripped down Techno track to and old Jungle weapon.On the flip, hit track "Meteor Racer" is surprising. A rawer and more stripped down Electro piece that lifts the veil a bit more on the young producer's talent.Those four brilliantly crafted track definitely place Simo Cell among the French newcomers to watch closely.
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