01) Marc Romboy & Rodriguez Jr. – Lac De Nivelles [Systematic]
02) Monaque – Butterfly [CDR]
03) Triangle – Five (We Found It) (King Unique Remix) [Flow]
04) Beat Factory – Baroque [Baroque]
05) Ignas – Scorpio [Mirabilis Records]
06) Pig & Dan – Mussian Rother [Yoshitoshi]
07) Samuel L. Session – Can You Relate (Slam Dub) [Soma]
08) Triangle – Five (We Found It) (King Unique Dub) [Flow]
09) Holden & Tomphson – Nothing (Erphun Bootleg) [CDR]
10) Alan Fitzpatrick – Blocked Up [Drum Code]
Archive for June 2010
DJ/producer Phil Weeks is a house music purist. His mixing is old school Chicago with a nu-school French flare going from the deepest house to the techiest. His production sounds like it could have been released in the 90’s partly because he uses the same gear – 808’s, 909’s, 606’s, even vintage keys. He prefers vinyl, likes his mixes dirty, and knows how to rock a crowd with a heavy hitting bass line. Phil Weeks is a house purist dedicated to bringing the world only proper house music with his DJing, his producing and his label, Robsoul Recordings.
A monster among humans, the knob tweaking madkid in the green mask.
Mr. Wonk just entered into the scene in 2008 (after being created by an unknown scientist) and is expected to be dropping bombs left and right. This monster of the new school has been locked up in his bunker engineering some tasty bombs aimed directly at the dance floor. His productions can be described with a simple phrase “A Punch To The Face”.
House wasn’t always Sebastian Tolk’s favorite kind of music. It began in late 1997, when he started spinning the first records. First it was mash-up of House, Techno and everything he liked, but House music was always his root, his heart, his love. As time passed by, he tried Electro, then Minimal, more Techno – only to recognize that all of these styles don’t suit him. Hitting the (green) floor on Hamburg’s famous openair Gruenanlage parties, he realized there’s only one kind of electronic music he has feelings for, dancing with eyes closed, getting into the deep vibes. He played with DJs like Martin Buttrich and Nick Curly.