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Nick Beringer - Second Floor
Nick Beringer
Second Floor
12" | 2015 | FR | Original (Wax Classic)
8,99 €*
Release:2015 / FR – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Berlin house hero Nick Beringer is back on tracks.
Groove Riddim - Ride The Riddims #2
Groove Riddim
Ride The Riddims #2
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Wax Classic)
5,39 €* 8,99 € -40%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Groove Riddim is back on Wax Classics with four riddims curated by his pure passion for real house music. In an era where it is becoming easier to neglect the roots of the music we love, Groove Riddim pays a fitting tribute with two heavy hitting original tracks and remixes coming from two producers who both ooze these values - Brett Dancer & DJ Nav. Fittingly Brett Dancer opens the EP with his remix of Groove Riddims You're The One (A1). The NY house stalwart has cooked up a particularly deep riddim powered by throbbing kicks and piercing hi-hats that encapsulates listeners with a gradual crescendo of synth and vocals, by the time the first breakdown comes around you find surrounded by NY style piano chords that enhance the flow and will surely keep smiles alit.Groove Riddim shows just why he is becoming a Skylax favourite with his You're The One (A2), a master-class to any producer trying to recreate the sound of NY. It is no easy feat to do this and still maintain a unique style but the man from Greece has done it again, You're The One is a feel good, hands in the air anthem that wouldn't feel out of place at any party. In true garage fashion the combination of organ and piano compliment each other for an irresistible melody perfect for any prime time set.On the B DJ Nav steps up to rework Groove Riddim's Damn Fine (B1), and in true Nav fashion he imposes his signature sound of moving basslines and garage licked percussion. Class is the reiterated vocal line and class is exactly what is imposed on this super sexy remix.We finish with Groove Riddim's original mix of Damn Fine (B2) and this riddim has toes tappin' from start to finish. Instantly we feel transposed to NY city life with this heavily jazz influenced number, the swinging groove and teasing introductions of guitar & piano make for a vibrant rhythm and rounds off the EP with a real flavour of Groove Riddim's distinctive take on classic house.
Concept E25 - Garage Session III
Concept E25
Garage Session III
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Wax Classic)
8,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Concept e25 is back! Wax Classic 15 sees Concept e25’s third release on the label in the space of just a year! The demand has been overwhelming for more garage house hits with that added subtle, French flourish. We heard those cries, so here we have another slammin’ four track record from the man himself!
Steve Frisco - Adventures In Lo-Fi
Steve Frisco
Adventures In Lo-Fi
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Wax Classic)
8,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Steve Frisco, of Serie Limitee fame, brings us the latest bundle of hot tracks to hit Wax Classic in 2014. As the title suggests, Steve takes us on a journey through low fidelity sounds and production techniques. Think dark, moody, yet crunchy basement house tracks with inspiration taken from all over the U.S and the rest of the house world. It’s a generous offering as well. Six whole dusty tunes for those diggers who are looking for something with a bit more range than another record of generic piano laden, house-by-numbers pieces that still seem to be flooding the record store shelves in 2014. The moods do vary from track to track, but they remain very reflective and almost melancholic at points. The title track, "Adventure in Lo-Fi", is the deepest of the lot with filtered chords, echoing claps and a sporadic kick pattern that often clears way for the track’s bass hits. Now, compare that to "Da Brooklyn Beat". Whilst the former had a distinct sunrise/sunset kind of feel to it, the latter is definitely more of a club affair. Skippy snare hits and a strong organ lead the track on, and at the risk of utilizing very overused buzzwords such as "raw" and "ruff", this track, and the rest of the A-side for that matter, certainly captures that essence. Stalwart Wax Classic fans will no doubt be picking this one up to add to their collection. However, I strongly recommend this EP as a jumping in point to the label for any newcomers out there!
Groove Riddim - Ride The Riddims #1
Groove Riddim
Ride The Riddims #1
12" | 2014 | EU | Original (Wax Classic)
8,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Wax Classic shows no sign of stopping in 2014! We return with a brilliant selection of cuts from the very talented Skylax newcomer, Groove Riddim. Living in Belgium and originally hailing from Greece, you wouldn’t usually expect these authentic NY house sounds to have come from that part of the world, but the spirit is there. If you still have any doubts at this point, dispel them in knowing that none other than the NY house hero, Nathaniel X Project, has branded the EP with his seal of approval and even features on the opening track, "The Difference", with Groove Riddim. The message of the track is brought across through Nate's vocals. That it should be all about the music and the feeling that it brings rather than how or when it was made, an outlook which can often be lost in the music scene today due to snobbery and elitism. "Love So Strong" may end up being one of the standout tracks of this release for lots of house lovers. It builds up a garagey beat piece by piece and reels you in with sustained piano chords before flipping them on their head for some main-room, peak time stabby action. Rounding out the first side is "City of Dreams", a bouncier affair with feel-good strings and keys throughout.To start the B-side, Groove Riddim collaborates with fellow producer, Metta, on "Kleurenreis". It’s a real stomper that fully displays Groove Riddim's attention to detail when it comes to percussion, chords and vocal snips. The synth they’ve chosen to use even has a bit of a cosmic feel to it, something slightly otherworldly. "Close Your Eyes" and "House Will Never Die" finish off the record, hitting home the theme that to Groove Riddim, it doesn’t matter how or when the music was made. All that matters is that the house feeling is there.
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