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Please find below the reviews wrote during June 2011.
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Vengerov - Kazantip Intro EP
This is the third release of Russian house label Grusha Music run by Alexander Karpekin and Mikhail Vengerov. “Kazantip Intro” by Vengerov was an official intro tune of Kazantip Republic in 2010 (Z:18), big room progressive track which opened this massive, worldwide-known festival of electronic music and extreme sport. This excellent new release includes notably a remix of Da Fresh and the duo Lissat & Voltaxx.
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John Digweed - Interview
If you are not an avid follower of dance music but are tuned into popular culture at all youve likely experienced music touched by the hands of John Digweed. Originally hailing from England but having clearly arrived on the global scene nearly a decade ago, John has long since cemented his name in the pages of dance music history. His list of achievements is groundbreaking to say the least. Highlights would be the first proper dj mix compilation (Renaissance, done with Sasha), being the first British dj to hold a residency at what was then the world’s most well known club in NYC (Twilo, also with Sasha) as well as having remixed tracks by Danny Tenaglia, Underworld and New Order.
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Marboss - Fukushima Daiichi EP
Marboss is a major contributor to the French electro scene of the east. He uses cutting-edge music technology in the creation of innovative compositions, via sound-design, DJing and VJing techniques, demonstrating that he is a veritable sound scientist. In this second album named "Electrotherapies" (Dreaming, 2008), the artist that created the official hymn for the arrival of the TGV (The world's fastest train! ) in the Lorraine region of France, presents his new electronic concept. On April 3, 2011, Marboss presented its "electronic sound sculptures" entitled "Fukushima Daiichi" at a charity concert given at the Arsenal de Metz and organized with the association Metz-Lorraine-Japan and the city of Metz. It is an overview of the musical Fukushima nuclear accident of March 11, 2011. It’s the subject of our review.
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Hypnolove - Holiday Reverie EP
Hypnolove are a cult band from Toulouse, in the southwest France. Their first album "Eurolove" included the French pop song 'Mademoiselle' which featured across French National radio stations, a Kiss cover, a Feist featuring (but sshh, no one is allowed to mention her real name, she became famous just after recording it) and even a punk track! The album was going places. Nothing short of brilliant, but alas, audiences had a hard time understanding the logic of it, which of course was simply the songs, the taste, the musicality and the TALENT! Here is their new EP “Holiday Reverie” released on June 14th as vinyl and 4 days later as digital. It’s hot… very very hot…
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GummiHz - Head Rush EP
Kiko Navarro said about “Head Rush EP”, the new release of GummiHz "When I see a new GummiHz release I think about great beats and excellent beats which work the floor perfectly. Once again he doesn't fail, Head Rush is an oldschool key odyssey which will keep the people with hands in the air. Wicked EP!"? He is absolutely right. First the release will be available as a 12" vinyl on Claap Records on 27.06.11 and then as MP3 or WAV on 08.07.11.
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Gregor Tresher - Interview
In the field of electronic music, Gregor Tresher is by no means a debutant. For more than ten years the thirty-four-year old DJ and producer from Frankfurt gathered merits modernizing the algorithms of electronic music. It has been his “Still EP“ in 2004 that upgraded him into the Champions League of European Techno producers. After many highlight releases like “Neon“, “Full Range Madness“, “The Wombat“ or “The Now People“ on labels like Intacto, Cocoon, Great Stuff or Rebel One, it was his eagerly-awaited debut album “A Thousand Nights“ that defined the state of the art in electronic dancemusic 2008, with its title track beeing the year´s best selling Techno song on Beatport.
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Blueday Stereo - Forever EP
It’s another smooth yet explosive release for Claude Monnet’s SSOH imprint, this time in the shape of Blueday Stereo’s lush extravaganza Forever. The French/Belgian duo, comprising Dagui Rodann and Timothy Milton, last graced SSOH with “Eternal Love”. Now they return, fully exploiting the sultry vocals of Jocelyn Mathieu to provide a devastating slice of dreamy soulful house that at times is deliciously reminiscent of that classic garage flavour. It's a beautiful house production with flavours of US Garage, remixes come from Claude Monnet, Francesco Tarantini, DJ Spinna Galactic, Rodann, Deep Hustler, DJ Mute and Alex Finkin.
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