In preparation of his excellent upcoming release “HUH! EP”, hard hitting Italian producer Stabber gave US label Halocyan Records this exclusive mix, the EP will be available via the label February 19th on both 12″ as well as digital formats. The EP features 2 brand new tracks by Stabber, with big remixes coming from Girl Unit, Randomer and Matthias Zimmermann. You can listen to excerpts over here.
The mix itself takes us on a wild ride of Stabber’s own tracks as well as other bass heavy goodies from producers such as Bombaman, LuckyBeard, Bambounou, Sam Tiba etc.
Tracklist after the jump.
French Fries and Bambounou goes cooking.
French label ClekClekBoom continues churning out their own weekly podcast series, which showcases showcasing underground club music and also previewing some exclusive material from the label. They’ve now reached the 30th edition and it sees the whole fam ie Bambounou, Coni, French Fries, Jean Nipon, Manere, Ministre X, Piu Piu, The Boo & The Town coming together for one almost two hour long wild ride of a podcast.
After their releases on Discobelle Records, Snatch and Made To Play – Discobelle family members in Montreal duo Prince Club pay a visit to the kingdom of Denmark for their third release in year with their new “Utopia/Olivia” EP. The EP is released by our brothers across the bridge in Copenhagen based label Demento Mori.
This solid EP is packed full of bouncey house and it boasts remixes from Copenhagen locals MHM One & Dan M, accompanied by French new player Coni, Irish mad man Lorcan Mak and Hungarian powerhouse Slap In The Bass. Support from Oliver $, Brodinski, Sound Pellegrino, Round Table Knights, Bambounou, Mad Decent, Ardalan, MunniBrotherz, LOL Boys, Wildlife!, MikiX The Cat, Sinden, Poupon, Douster, Neoteric, Meati & Meech, Andy George, Act Yo Age, Playmode, Anna Lunoe etc.
BONUS: The boys did a smashing mix in order to promote the release.
“Synth-seared Electropic 808 rollers from the Silverback clan, backed with deeper house and future crunk-style remixes. Much like his labelmates Nguzunguzu and Damu, Krueger’s ‘Galactica’ is about the flashy swagger sound, firing shades-in-the-club synths and manicured machine syncopation to bump with, while ‘Nou’ hits into a class fusion of electronica melodies and tribal ruffige. On a more mellow tip, Bambounou slydes with sweeter keys while Sinjin Hawke comes big and bilious with remixes of ‘Galactica’.”