Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Parts in the post, pt. 36

Justice's "Waters Of Nazareth" is the recent release on the french imprint Ed Banger Records, another piece of digitally distorted ElectroHouse which might be loved by many but is not exactly my personal cup of tea, neither is the original version nor the two featured remixes by Justice and Erol Alkan. But check out B2, which is the "DJ Funk Bounce Dat Ass Remix" of Justice's "Let There Be Light" - a top notch GhettoBass-tune rawkkin' on a dry ChicagoBasement tip.

North German HardTechno-producer Tadox is about to launch his own label Protect Records these days. First release is "Big City Fever", a four track E.P. written and produced by Tadox himself. Title track "Big City Fever", which is also to be found on B1 remixed by Robert Natus in a quite Hardcore-flavored way, combines HardTechno and big anthemic basslines plus a few small breakdowns providing a kind of live athmosphere - some of you might remember the use of similar breakdowns from early and mid-90's House tunes on labels like Strictly Rhythm and the likes of. "Insanity" on A2 is a straightforward marching tune including nice filter trickery in sound design, while "Big Trouble" on B2 keeps things on a tool tip and the crowd moving.

It hasn't been to long since Groove Coverage's "21st Century Digital Girl" on Zeitgeist/Universal made me grin big time due to its cheesy as hell attitude and is now followed by another two remix 12"es. Vinyl one contains reworks by Teenagerz and Conways while on viny two "21st Century Digital Girl" is remixed by Marco Viani and Fernet & Branco. Excellent under the commercial flag of "Gude Launä!" for DJ's that don't take theirselves too serious - but if you're the baldhead nerdy type of geezer, keep your hands off this!


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