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  • Laurent Garnier – Honey I’m HOME!

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1597310 Laurent Garnier - DJ und Produzent extraordinaire - veröffentlicht über das Label F Communications die 12" EP "Honey I'm HOME!" Nach 30 Jahren in der Techno-Szene, Veröffentlichungen auf diversen Labels, Auftritten auf der ganzen Welt und einem besonders intensivem letzten Jahr, ist Garnier 2015 zurück mit der Veröffentlichung von "La Home Box", die perfekt von dieser 12" EP ergänzt wird! Erhältlich ab 26.06.2015 Getaggt mit:
  • Laurent Garnier – La HOME Box

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1596571 Laurent Garnier - DJ und Produzent extraordinaire - veröffentlicht über das Label F Communications "La HOME Box" erstmalig auf CD! Nach 30 Jahren in der Techno-Szene, Veröffentlichungen auf diversen Labels, Auftritten auf der ganzen Welt und einem besonders intensivem letzten Jahr, hat Garnier einiges zu erzählen. Nach der auf 1.000 Einheiten weltweit limitierten Vinyl-Box erscheint nun "La Home Box" auf CD mit vielen unveröffentlichten Tracks! Erhältlich ab 22.05.2015 Getaggt mit:
  • Alex Kid – Avocado EP

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1591555 Ovum begeht sein 20. Jubiläum mit der Rückkehr von Alex Kid (F Communications), der mittlerweile von Paris nach Berlin zog, und dieses Jahr sein neues Vinyl-only Label Wu-Dubs vorstellte. Erhältlich ab 15.08.2014 Getaggt mit:
  • Maxence Cyrin

    Sektion: Features

    Minimalistisch, dramatisch, lyrisch und impressionistisch. Der Dandy Maxence Cyrin hat eine sehr persönliche, unkonventionelle und ungewöhnliche Art und Weise mit den Limitierungen von Coverversionen umzugehen, um daraus wahre Kunst zu schaffen. Drei Jahre nach der Veröffentlichung seines Debütalbums “Modern Rhapsodies” auf dem Label von Laurent Garnier (F Communications) Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Imogen Heap – Sparks (Deluxe Edition)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1591460 Grammy and Ivor Novello award winning recording artist Imogen Heap will release her highly anticipated 4th solo album “Sparks”.

    Says Heap, “The album began with someone sending in the sound of a striking match for what became Lifeline in March 2011. I then dived into the most immense, intense creative 2 and a half years of my life that took me all over the planet, collaborating on so many projects with so many people and often totally spontaneously. The album is then in some ways for me grounded with fans’ footprints bringing the finishing touch for the album art, as so many of them came along for the ride.”

    “Sparks” will be available in two CD formats – a standard edition and a double disc casebound edition with instrumental versions of all tracks.
    While working on “Sparks,” Heap turned songs into projects and projects into songs to bring her out of her studio and 'let life in' rather than postponing things until her album was done. This fresh approach found Imogen collaborating with everyone from her fans to unsuspecting passers-by, gardeners to filmmakers, scientists to newspaper journalists and brings us her most diverse and daring body of work to date. From the River Thames (You Know Where To Find Me) to 5000 feet up in the Himalayas (Climb to Sakteng, Cycle Song), from her local community garden (Neglected Space) to 6 weeks in the Chinese metropolis of Hangzhou (Xizi She Knows), Heap was soaking it up, writing, developing, recording and producing. Inspired from the sounds of a dishwasher door, a Bhutanese dranyen, and the words of a crumbling wall to 700 fans’ voices, Heap and her brilliant team created and developed the groundbreaking Mi.Mu musical gloves over this period (Me The Machine) and dabbled in generative and reactive music (Run-Time) connected to a jogging app. From the deeply personal love songs Propeller Seeds and Entanglement to the crowd sourced response to the Sendai earthquake (Lifeline), her trademark honesty runs through the album.

    One of the songs will only be finished once she’s dead! The Listening Chair whizzes us through her first 35 years in 5 minutes and will be added to every 7 years with another minute of a cappella song!
    The brutal, playful and daring honesty Imogen has brought to us right from the start with first album iMegaphone (Lifeline, The Beast), sees "Sparks" draped in shades of the more electronic "Speak For Yourself" (Run-Time, Entanglement), the effortless elegance in some of Frou Frou’s most loved (Telemiscommunications, Propeller Seeds) while boasting the lush orchestrations of "Ellipse" (You Know Where To Find Me, Climb To Sakteng, Cycle Song). Yet, as you’d expect Heap takes herself and us to completely new territory in both lyric and production (Neglected Space, The Listening Chair and Me The Machine).

    Tracklisting:

    Disc: 1
    1. You Know Where To Find Me
    2. Entanglement
    3. The Listening Chair
    4. Cycle Song
    5. Telemiscommunications
    6. Lifeline
    7. Neglected Space
    8. Minds Without Fear
    9. Me The Machine
    10. Run–Time
    11. Climb To Sakteng
    12. The Beast
    13. Xizi She Knows
    14. Propeller Seeds

    Disc: 2
    1. You Know Where To Find Me (Instrumental)
    2. Entanglement (Instrumental)
    3. The Listening Chair (Instrumental)
    4. Cycle Song (Instrumental)
    5. Telemiscommunications (Instrumental)
    6. Lifeline (Instrumental)
    7. Neglected Space (Instrumental)
    8. Minds Without Fear (Instrumental)
    9. Me The Machine (Instrumental)
    10. Run–Time (Instrumental)
    11. Climb To Sakteng (Instrumental)
    12. The Beast (Instrumental)
    13. Xizi She Knows (Instrumental)
    14. Propeller Seeds (Instrumental) Erhältlich ab 03.10.2014 Getaggt mit:
  • Imogen Heap – Sparks (Megaphonic)

    Sektion: Highlights

    Imogen HeapOft wird davon gesprochen, welchen Einflüssen ein Künstler im Rahmen einer Albumproduktion unterlag. Im Falle von Imogen Heap ist die Liste an Inspirationen so lang und unterschiedlich wie man es selten zu hören bekommt. Um ihrem vierten Solo-Album “Leben einzuhauchen”, ließ Heap jederzeit zu, dass Dinge, die gerade in ihrem Leben passierten, einen Weg in die Songs fanden. Diesem frischen Ansatz ist es zu verdanken, dass sie bei Aufnahmen mit Kompletter Artikel →

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  • Imogen Heap – Sparks (LP+MP3)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1591461 Grammy and Ivor Novello award winning recording artist Imogen Heap will release her highly anticipated 4th solo album “Sparks”.

    Says Heap, “The album began with someone sending in the sound of a striking match for what became Lifeline in March 2011. I then dived into the most immense, intense creative 2 and a half years of my life that took me all over the planet, collaborating on so many projects with so many people and often totally spontaneously. The album is then in some ways for me grounded with fans’ footprints bringing the finishing touch for the album art, as so many of them came along for the ride.”

    “Sparks” will be available in two CD formats – a standard edition and a double disc casebound edition with instrumental versions of all tracks.
    While working on “Sparks,” Heap turned songs into projects and projects into songs to bring her out of her studio and 'let life in' rather than postponing things until her album was done. This fresh approach found Imogen collaborating with everyone from her fans to unsuspecting passers-by, gardeners to filmmakers, scientists to newspaper journalists and brings us her most diverse and daring body of work to date. From the River Thames (You Know Where To Find Me) to 5000 feet up in the Himalayas (Climb to Sakteng, Cycle Song), from her local community garden (Neglected Space) to 6 weeks in the Chinese metropolis of Hangzhou (Xizi She Knows), Heap was soaking it up, writing, developing, recording and producing. Inspired from the sounds of a dishwasher door, a Bhutanese dranyen, and the words of a crumbling wall to 700 fans’ voices, Heap and her brilliant team created and developed the groundbreaking Mi.Mu musical gloves over this period (Me The Machine) and dabbled in generative and reactive music (Run-Time) connected to a jogging app. From the deeply personal love songs Propeller Seeds and Entanglement to the crowd sourced response to the Sendai earthquake (Lifeline), her trademark honesty runs through the album.

    One of the songs will only be finished once she’s dead! The Listening Chair whizzes us through her first 35 years in 5 minutes and will be added to every 7 years with another minute of a cappella song!
    The brutal, playful and daring honesty Imogen has brought to us right from the start with first album iMegaphone (Lifeline, The Beast), sees "Sparks" draped in shades of the more electronic "Speak For Yourself" (Run-Time, Entanglement), the effortless elegance in some of Frou Frou’s most loved (Telemiscommunications, Propeller Seeds) while boasting the lush orchestrations of "Ellipse" (You Know Where To Find Me, Climb To Sakteng, Cycle Song). Yet, as you’d expect Heap takes herself and us to completely new territory in both lyric and production (Neglected Space, The Listening Chair and Me The Machine).

    Includes free download code

    Tracklisting:

    Side1
    1. You Know Where To Find Me
    2. Entanglement
    3. The Listening Chair
    4. Cycle Song
    5. Telemiscommunications
    6. Lifeline
    7. Neglected Space

    Side2
    1. Minds Without Fear
    2. Me The Machine
    3. Run–Time
    4. Climb To Sakteng
    5. The Beast
    6. Xizi She Knows
    7. Propeller Seeds Erhältlich ab 03.10.2014 Getaggt mit:
  • Mutsumi – Look Down At Your Feet Below

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1591808 BubbleTease Communications und Running Back präsentieren in Kooperation die zwei definitiven Dance-Granaten aus Mutsumis LP BT06, die Mutsumis (früher: MU) Genie unter Beweis stellen. Produziert von Maurice Fulton. Erhältlich ab 29.08.2014 Getaggt mit:
  • Imogen Heap – Sparks

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1591459 Grammy and Ivor Novello award winning recording artist Imogen Heap will release her highly anticipated 4th solo album “Sparks”.

    Says Heap, “The album began with someone sending in the sound of a striking match for what became Lifeline in March 2011. I then dived into the most immense, intense creative 2 and a half years of my life that took me all over the planet, collaborating on so many projects with so many people and often totally spontaneously. The album is then in some ways for me grounded with fans’ footprints bringing the finishing touch for the album art, as so many of them came along for the ride.”

    “Sparks” will be available in two CD formats – a standard edition and a double disc casebound edition with instrumental versions of all tracks.
    While working on “Sparks,” Heap turned songs into projects and projects into songs to bring her out of her studio and 'let life in' rather than postponing things until her album was done. This fresh approach found Imogen collaborating with everyone from her fans to unsuspecting passers-by, gardeners to filmmakers, scientists to newspaper journalists and brings us her most diverse and daring body of work to date. From the River Thames (You Know Where To Find Me) to 5000 feet up in the Himalayas (Climb to Sakteng, Cycle Song), from her local community garden (Neglected Space) to 6 weeks in the Chinese metropolis of Hangzhou (Xizi She Knows), Heap was soaking it up, writing, developing, recording and producing. Inspired from the sounds of a dishwasher door, a Bhutanese dranyen, and the words of a crumbling wall to 700 fans’ voices, Heap and her brilliant team created and developed the groundbreaking Mi.Mu musical gloves over this period (Me The Machine) and dabbled in generative and reactive music (Run-Time) connected to a jogging app. From the deeply personal love songs Propeller Seeds and Entanglement to the crowd sourced response to the Sendai earthquake (Lifeline), her trademark honesty runs through the album.

    One of the songs will only be finished once she’s dead! The Listening Chair whizzes us through her first 35 years in 5 minutes and will be added to every 7 years with another minute of a cappella song!
    The brutal, playful and daring honesty Imogen has brought to us right from the start with first album iMegaphone (Lifeline, The Beast), sees "Sparks" draped in shades of the more electronic "Speak For Yourself" (Run-Time, Entanglement), the effortless elegance in some of Frou Frou’s most loved (Telemiscommunications, Propeller Seeds) while boasting the lush orchestrations of "Ellipse" (You Know Where To Find Me, Climb To Sakteng, Cycle Song). Yet, as you’d expect Heap takes herself and us to completely new territory in both lyric and production (Neglected Space, The Listening Chair and Me The Machine).
    Erhältlich ab 03.10.2014 Getaggt mit:
  • DJ Nori – We Don’t Know EP (Maurice Fulton Mix)

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1584622 Top-Koproduktion von Maurice Fultons Label Bubbletease Communications mit Running Back. Exzellenter 4-Tracker des Tokioter DJ Nori, koproduziert von Maurice Fulton. Von Acid über Space-Calypso und Wonk-Jack bis zum Detroiter Space-Disco-Jam. Erhältlich ab 27.09.2013 Getaggt mit:
  • Jori Hulkkonen As Third Culture – Negative Time

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1575424 Der erste Album-Release auf My Favourite Robot kommt von niemand geringerem als Jori Hulkkonen. Mit der Veröffentlichung von "Negative Time", so der Titel, haben sich die Labelmacher Jared Simms, James Teej und Voytek Korab einen lang gehegten Traum erfüllt, sind die drei doch seit Jahren glühende Verehrer der Musik des finnischen Produzenten, der 1996 das erste von insgesamt sechs Alben bei Laurent Garniers Plattenfirma F.Communications ablieferte. Mit seinem neuen Projekt Third Culture etabliert der Finne nun ein neues Konzept. "Negative Time", das 17. Album Jori Hulkkonens, will all die zur Klangerzeugung genutzten Maschinen dem Menschlichen unterordnen. Das Spektrum reicht dabei von Leftfield-Pop über Old-School-House bis hin zu deeper Electronica und Ambient. Die Vocals kommen von Harri Falck, Olga Kouklaki und Jori Hulkkonen selbst. Erhältlich ab 21.09.2012 Getaggt mit:
  • Bonobo – Black Sands Remixed

    Sektion: Musik, Neue Releases

    Image: 1570185 Simon Green aka Bonobo lieferte uns 2010 mit "Black Sands" sein Meisterwerk. Das Album wurde von Fans und Medien vollkommen zu Recht als Klassiker gefeiert. Mit "Black Sands Remixed" erscheint jetzt ein pralles Remixpaket inklusive zwei Bonobo Tracks, die es bis dato nur als "Promotion Tool" gab. Die Remixe kommen von Hipstern wie Cosmin TRG, Falty DL, Floating Points, Mark Pritchard (Africa Hitech, Global Communications, Harmonic 33) und dem neuesten Brainfeeder Signing Lapalux, um nur einige zu nennen. Musikalisch bewegen sich die 14 neuen Mixe irgendwo zwischen Electronic, Dub Soul, Electro-Downbeat-Pop, House und Dubstep, und trotz der verschiedenen Remixer klingt das gesamte Album wie aus einem Guss! Klasse! Erhältlich ab 10.02.2012 Getaggt mit:

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