Damn! It seems like yesterday when first time Chicago Damn was here but looking now at the post, CHICAGODAMN01, way back in summer of 2011.
Well, another great release, we extract here track A1 – Freakin, which indeed is post modern blues, 9 minute drive built around smooth bass
sounding deep and powerful at the same time.
Our favorite though, is the track B2 – Clean High, straightforward driving track with catchy synth stabs that will make every floor move!
Check the tracks below and buy the release on juno, phonica…
Community Corporation, “the rising Midwest talent” is the portrayal of this artist and basically only info which can currently
be found online, beside that, we know he’s from Detroit, which can easily be perceived after listening
Aquifer EP, released on Argot Records US. Check our favorite track “Patent Lies”, serious work, promising
artist for sure.
Preview below and buy at JUNO. Follow Community Corporation on his SOUNDCLOUD or Facebook.
Among many labels out there sprouting on almost daily basis, this one catches attention of NeoDetroit radar. Beside the fact its release number 1, the sounds carved into this plate of plastic makes it dangerous weapon, applicable on the dancefloor of course. Eventhough its B2, track named Mramorni II, done by Allen also known as Disrupted Project is A1 material for sure. Take a listen here and support the guys by ordering the limited (no repress) edition on juno, deejay.de or any other major recordstore.
[VKM001] B2 Disrupted Project – Mramorni II
Falko Brocksieper needs no introduction, on the scene for decade(s) already and keeps delivering some serious stuff over various labels.
Ocean Machine, title track from first release on Caduceus label in 2014 is in the focus today, great well architectured track, both ocean and machine at the same time, having deep and intimate atmosphere while it keeps punching, definitely will do a mess on the floor. Recommended!
Preview it below and buy it on decks or beatport.
Falco Brocksieper – Ocean machine
OK, I personally find it quite lame to discuss Cadenza or any other major label release which instantly finds its way to charts and carts of dozens of DJs. Their press run is guaranteed and voice about them actually shouldnt be spread via blogs such as this, but the reason why I, for the first time, did such exception is the man behind this release, Eduardo De La Calle, whose latest release was also promoted here, back in 2011 (check: My Own Transition.) When I got info that he is cooking something for Cadenza, I was sort of afraid that he will adapt to the request and forsake some of his principles, but he didnt, and it is really rare these days that artist preserves his ideology, approach, attitude through time, congratulations Ed.
Ok, back to track, 6 minute drive with known Ed’s trademark bass which will spread across any floor, together with some dumped acid moment that keeps the tension all the way…have a listen below and make sure You buy it HERE
Altar De Sacrificio