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Glenn Astro - Naturals
Glenn Astro
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Tartelet)
11,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Glenn Astro conquers new territories with Naturals, fusing elements of Balearic and leftfield house with tribal and acid sounds on Tartelet Records.
B From E - Back From Eternity
B From E
Back From Eternity
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Tartelet)
10,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
B FROM E (Frej Garcia Levin) represents a new generation of talented young artists making waves in Copenhagen. Of Mexican-Danish descent, and born and raised in the notorious tower blocks of the south-western suburbs of Copenhagen, the 27-year old is on the up-and- up. In high demand as the founder of boom bap rap group NATKAT, producer of pop outfit Ny Sensei (New Sensei) and head of tape-only label Buddahood, the multi-talent seems to have a hand in everything at the moment. His 2017 debut ‘Porno TR-XXX’ (C.U.P) saw some of the hottest names in the game spinning B FROM E at last year’s Dekmantel festival, resulting in offers from several well-known record labels.
Space Ghost - Endless Light
Dirk 81 - Pizza Trance EP
Dirk 81
Pizza Trance EP
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Tartelet)
9,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Copenhagen’s Tartelet is returning to their roots with a dancefloor-focused EP, Pizza Trance, from Dirk 81—a.k.a label head Emil M. Nyholm. Having previously dropped a slew of tracks as Muff Deep and CTEPEO ‘57 (with Max Graef), the DJ and producer is blessing the universe with three cuts of dancefloor heaven under a new moniker lifted from his days tagging concrete walls in the 90s. Influences draw everywhere from disco, to African hi-life, dub, Underworld, a few old trance records, and timeless house music.
Recorded over a year in Berlin and Copenhagen, the record kicks off with “M.F.C”, a disco-afro-house hybrid oozing with Roland Jupiter 6 keys and some funky drums processed on old equipment from the former USSR. The B-side spreads things deep and delicious with “Pizza Trance (Main Mix),” a euphoric serving of sounds that substitutes pepperonis and pineapples for glittering sequencers and a bangin’ bass drum.
The EP’s closer tastes like a bit of both, mixing up some more acid sounds into the recipe for a retro-sounding house track. It’s another tasty delight from the label that will fulfil any and all late-night cravings, especially if you fiend for Neapolitan pizza.. Leave room for seconds.
Space Ghost - Aquarium Nightclub
Space Ghost
Aquarium Nightclub
LP | 2019 | EU | Original (Tartelet)
26,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder 01.11.2019
Tropical boogie meets mellow house on Space Ghost’s new album Aquarium Nightclub: An homage to the natural world set against the richly-diverse backdrop of Oakland..
After Space Ghost’s first album Endless Light took to international airwaves and echoed out of cities from London to Los Angeles, his forthcoming release Aquarium Nightclub brings back his signature lo-fi aesthetics with a fresh hit of inspiration from the natural world.
Melding irresistible vintage synths with a meditative groove, Aquarium Nightclub is a journey of sorts. Taking listeners on a tropical tour through 80s house drums, lush synth landscapes, and deep bass melodies, the thirteen-track LP is as adventurous as it is restrained.
Growing up in a small town a few hours from California’s East Bay area, Space Ghost (Sudi Wachspress) moved to Oakland ten years ago to study at the California College of the Arts. In a city known for its vibrant cultural fabric and its experimental music scene, Space Ghost represents a new generation of young artists. His DJ collective Late Feelings, launched in 2013, has allowed him to find his own groove amongst monthly all-vinyl dance parties, where he plucks influences from various corners of the world.
More complex than last year’s release, Aquarium Nightclub shows off Space Ghost’s artistic hunger and unique sonic signature.
Kicking off with “Sea Snake Island,” a track that is best described as late 80s house melancholia is a beautiful dance of shimmering keys, drum machines, and sounds of the jungle. The single “Sim City” ft. Morgan is a classic Chicago house beast; dark but uplifting with heavy bass undertones, fuzzy drum pulse, and plenty of mysterious synth melodies. Other tracks like “Ocean Odyssey,” “Night Dive” and “Aquarium Nightclub” plunge into an ambient world of slow 80s funk, though always rooted in the Bay Area sound.
A product of record-collecting and dance party hosting, Aquarium Nightclub is a glittering postcard from Atlantis. Profound yet undeniably groovy, its mesmerizing tropical undertones promise a safe journey back to the endless days of summer.
The album artwork is designed by Space Ghost himself and the LP comes as a limited edition version printed on a silver laminated sleeve.
N.O.T.E - Phase Alternating Lines
Phase Alternating Lines
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Tartelet)
10,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The illusive Nelson of the East reappears with his forthcoming EP Phase Alternating Lines – a first class two-tracker.
The Swiss-born, Milanese artist released his first EP Night Frames just last year, making a strong entrance on Tartelet Records. This time around, N.O.T.E explores 80s electro boogie with ‘Phase Alternating Lines’ on the A side, and delivers his very own take on obscure tribal house with “Burning Palm” on the B side.
N.O.T.E is young, thirsty, and dead serious about his music. His admirable work ethic shows off not only in his own releases but also in his collaborations with other artists. In the past year alone, he has produced for Wayne Snow and several others that are keeping their work under wraps – while simultaneously creating music as N.O.T.E and under his Verner moniker. All the hard work seems to be paying off on this new 12’, where he comes through with two outstanding dance-floor bombshells.
If you’re into the 80s, Beverly Hills Cop, or just sad that you missed out on Studio 54, you’re going to love EP opener, “Phase Alternating Lines”. It’s got it all: hot drum programming, an electric boogie bassline and a cheeky melody that sticks. “Burning Palm” takes us into obscure tribal-meets-afro-house territory, utilizing percussion, synth marimba and hypnotic melodies – all held together in a tight, driving groove. This track is exotic at its root and perfect for any late night outdoor activity. Both tracks come as extended edits for the vinyl release.
This is a limited-edition release of 400 copies, written and produced by N.O.T.E, arranged by N.O.T.E in close collaboration with Tartelet Records’ label head Dirk 81 and mixed at Panalama Studios in Copenhagen on the Neve 5088 Shelford console for good measure.
Jitwam - Honeycomb
Kenton Slash Demon - Zstring EP
Kenton Slash Demon
Zstring EP
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Tartelet)
10,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder 18.10.2019
Kenton Slash Demon return to Tartelet Records with Zstring + remixes by Urulu and Kasper Marott + 12’ comes in vintage Tartelet sleeves circa 2009-2010. Limited Edition 400 copies. It’s been ten years since Kenton Slash Demon landed on Tartelet with their debut EP Khattabi followed by the much-celebrated The Schwarzschild Trilogy singles - Sun, Matter and Daemon all released 2009–2011.Ten years have passed since our first release on Tartelet and with this record it feels like we’ve gone full circle. It’s a beautiful thing.”
Zstring marks their return to Tartelet – but it’s also a precursor for things to come within the next year. With talks of a full-length album, the KSD project is now being given the attention it deserves.
Kenton Slash Demon have always had an affinity for uplifting melancholic tunes – and Zstring cements their ability to create just that. The track oozes with dance-floor euphoria, offering up a distorted arpeggio bassline, lush pads and layered melodies, all built around a tight and ever- changing groove. There are clear references to Italo disco, early techno and trance, but it’s hard to pin down the exact style – if that even matters.
On remix duties, man of the moment and label collaborator, Urulu, delivers a fresh take in his signature early 90s style, while local hero and close friend Kasper Marott of Monkeytown fame comes through with an obscure melodic techno workout of the finest sorts.
To further advance the concept of “full circle,” the 12’ comes in vintage Tartelet sleeves circa 2009-2010, salvaged from three different releases – which have been in storage since being produced.
Zstring will be available April 12 th 2019 on vinyl and April 26th on all digital platforms.
Glenn Astro - C.I.W. EP
Glenn Astro
12" | 2018 | UK | Original (Tartelet)
6,49 €* 9,99 € -35%
Release:2018 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Copenhagen’s Tartelet continues its 10 th anniversary with another an EP in their Limited Edition Series. This one finds Glenn Astro serving up five exclusive tracks on the 12". The EP takes inspiration from Keith Haring’s celebrated Crack is Wack mural in New York, which was a reaction to the drug epidemic of the time. Only 250 copies will be released worldwide.
Max Graef - Lo Siento Mucho Pero No Hablo Tu Idioma
Max Graef
Lo Siento Mucho Pero No Hablo Tu Idioma
2LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Tartelet)
18,19 €* 25,99 € -30%
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Four years after his breakthrough, Max Graef returns to Tartelet Records with his second solo album.

A dungeon dub symphony in four parts, Lo Siento Mucho Pero No Hablo Tu Idioma is an album's album. Brimming with new and old guests, interludes and bonus skits, it's a consummate sketchbook of Graef’s most unique music to date. “Every bit of music or work represents the mood and skills of a certain period,” he says.

Where Graef's critically acclaimed debut LP Rivers of the Red Planet began an adventure away from the dance floor, No Hablo wormholes into totally lateral territory. Not interested in repeating old tricks, No Hablo sees Graef on a playful joyride through a whole new crate of influences. Echoes of Japanese video game music bubble through the Zelda-channeling “Master Quest” and dreamy bonus level “Midi Break 1.” “Midi Lisa” and “Intershop” roll out mutant digi-reggae, while “Rush” and “Level Zero” dig deeper into bass and juke. The album also premieres music with Chrissley Benz, a Kazakhstani singer.

As Graef explains: “No Hablo is a lot more intuitive with a lot less editing, raw arrangements, filled with experiments of strange instrumentation and rooms. I worked on it in a very unmusical way.”

But the record isn't a universe apart from his previous output. Throwbacks to the tape-deck world of g-funk and 80s boogie are still present, as well as a few psychedelic jazz cuts. The record also sees the return of Graef's father and guitarist, Gerry Franke, plus long-time collaborators Funkycan and Ludwig.

A record of 20 tracks, it covers many bases. It's your favourite PPU cassette via Ocarina of Time and out through a progressive garage jam, all stitched together in the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Somehow it all makes perfect sense and reaffirms Graef's natural-born ear for killer hooks and unique melodies. The album's title – Lo Siento Mucho Pero No Hablo Tu Idioma – is an elegant and simultaneously ironic way of apologising for not speaking one's language in Spanish. It's a fitting metaphor that speaks to Max's ability to skip effortlessly between musical dialects with style and grace. This album proves it more than ever.
James Braun - Tearjerker
James Braun
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Tartelet)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After a five-year hiatus, Tartelet mainstay James Braun returns with the EP Tearjerker, announcing his debut album for 2018.

JB (James Braun) has been part of the label since its conception in 2007 and has contributed immensely to its development. Over the years, his sound has continuously morphed – from cheeky tech house, to emotional Detroit-inspired house escapades – always reflecting his originality and worthy musicianship.

The Tearjerker EP is a testament to JB’s musical journey. Rooted in classic U.S. house and techno, the EP delivers elaborate melodies not found in earlier productions. The tracks were all produced at the newly opened Panalama Studio in Copenhagen, which JB runs alongside Lasse Walentin.
Modula - Alba - Tempesta - Notturno
Alba - Tempesta - Notturno
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Tartelet)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
This one is for collectors and fans of obscurities, strictly limited to 300. No repress!
Neapolitan native Modula (Firecracker Recordings, Periodica Records) debuts on Tartelet with a conceptual EP.
Alba – Tempesta – Notturno is a sound montage created with a selection of field recordings from the jungles of South America. The A-side consist of two cuts; ‘Pura Natura’ the original field recording, followed by ‘Natura Sintetica’ – a reconstruction of the original montage using only electronic audio synthesis to reinvent the sounds of nature.
The B-side holds three tracks mixed into one: a cinematic synth-funk tune that reminds of an 80s wildlife documentary. Running over twelve minutes, ‘A Musical Journey’ is the perfect soundtrack to your Amazonian expedition.
Wayne Snow - Nothing Wrong (Remixes)
Wayne Snow
Nothing Wrong (Remixes)
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Tartelet)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Tartelet Records and The Vinyl Factory join forces for a release showcasing remixes from two prominent Americans and a great Dane.

Ge-ology and Byron The Aquarius of Sound Signature and Tartelet veteran James Braun deliver three outstanding remixes of Wayne Snow’s feel good tune ‘Nothing Wrong’ taken from his debut album ‘Freedom TV’.

The original version, produced by Naples-based duo Nu Guinea, is an irresistible up-tempo funk tune that has been getting serious spins from some of the most respected selectors in the game.

Ge-ology’s ‘In-Reverse-Reflip’ mix is a trippy ten-minute journey through layered in-reverse melodies and subtle acid carried by a tight, stripped-back groove. The result is a hypnotic gem that sits comfortably in any late night set.

Byron The Aquarius slows it down for his ‘Live Mix’ adding a playful bassline, live drums, rhodes and synth almost reminiscent of Kool & The Gang’s 1974 hit ‘Summer Madness’.

Tartelet mainstay James Braun steps back into the limelight after years of silence with a highly effective club mix; combining his signature low-slung house grooves with Wayne’s backing vocal, turning it into something that is both pumping and exotic.
Alex Seidel - Alex Seidel EP
Alex Seidel
Alex Seidel EP
12" | 2016 | DE | Original (Tartelet)
9,99 €*
Release:2016 / DE – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Rubbing shoulders with luminaries like Max Graef & Glenn Astro seems to have brought out the best in this new producer as he skilfully lays out a familiar collection of roughed up sample jams and synth interludes.
Andrea Fiorito - Brother From Another Planet
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