It’s amazing what you can do with vinyl, try doing that with an MP3 🙂
TIEF006 comes from London’s Mr Beatnick, his first full release since 2013’s cosmic compilation “The Synthetes Trilogy” on Don’t Be Afraid records. A regular on NTS radio, Beatnick takes in blissed out disco house, crackling synth-boogie-funk and dreamy acid textures over 3 beautiful and atmospheric originals.
This one also comes with a remix from Francis Inferno Orchestra, whose album “A New Way Of Living” on Voyeur Rhythm has been recently making waves.
DJ Support: Axel Boman, Funkineven, Leon Vynehall, Braiden, ND Baumecker, Midland, Bicep, Session Victim, Quarion, Benji B, Galcher Lustwerk
Tief Music will release Marshmallows by Mr Beatnick on November 24.
I’m pleased to announce I will have a track on the new label from Danny Worrall aka 80’s Child the label is called “Masterworks Music” It will be released on Digital and Limited Vinyl pressing in early 2015.
Artist involved will be:
Dead Rose Music Company
Shit Hot Soundsystem
No more CD drive…
Roger Troutman (November 29, 1951 — April 25, 1999) was the lead singer of the band Zapp who helped spearhead the Funk movement and heavily influenced West Coast hip hop due to the scene’s heavy sampling of his music over the years. Troutman was well known for his use of the talkbox, a device that is connected to an instrument (frequently a keyboard) to create different vocal effects. Roger used a custom-made talkbox—the Electro Harmonix “Golden Throat,” as well as a Yamaha DX100 FM synthesizer. As both lead singer of Zappand in his subsequent solo releases, he scored a bevy of funk and R&B hits throughout the 1980’s.
Check out this amazing footage of the man in action.
Emerging from Melbourne‘s hyper-creative inner-suburbs, armed to the teeth with analog synths and velvet grooves, Harvey Sutherland is undoubtedly one of the most exciting electronic producers bubbling down-under right now. He’s spent the last few years weaving through Melbourne’s vibrant underground scene, putting out kaleidoscopic sounds that have garnered support from Max Graef, Bradley Zero, Glenn Astro and Motor City Drum Ensemble.
His new EP, Brothers, is a four-track exploration through cloud-busting pads, lo-fi jazzy leads, cosmic moog basslines and 808 house-infused shuffles that is sure to lull any dancefloor into a trance-like state. The EP is out now on Andy Hart’s Voyage imprint, yet another awe-inspiring producer popping up in Melbourne at the moment.
Listen to the full EP here>
Loving this modern funk / boogie EP from East Liberty Quarters outta Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania