Thursday, January 07, 2016

baze.djunkiii Charts 01/2016

01. DJ Spinn - Off That Loud [Hyperdub 092]
Once again the Juke does it and Chicago's Teklife crew comes up with plenty of musical greatness. "Throw It Back" serves deep and thrilling gangster vibes whilst "The Future Is Now" brings on cold, quirky lo-fi bleeps combined with breakneck speed. Flipping the wax the title track "Off That Loud" gets a little psychedelic which also goes for the Dada-influenced video and finally "Dubby", a collaboration between DJ Spinn and the sadly passed DJ Rashad brings back oldskool Jungle vibes, combining these with Juke / Footwork to a great result. Excellent.

02. Markus Oehlen - Wanne 4 [Infinite Greyscale 008 Promo]
See review for details... 

03. Steril - Thermonuclear EP [Schamoni Musik]
Going back to the year 2014 with this massive Steril release on the Munich-based imprint Schamoni Musik which caters the needs of each and every Electro head. Four militant killer tunes for robotic wars and thermonuclear havoc on the dancefloor which are way too good to not play now and forever. Top notch!

04. Ivar Grydeland - Stop Freeze Wait Eat [Hubro Music Promo]
See review for details...

05. Renegades Of Jazz - Theme From 45/7 Vinyl Club  [45/7 Vinyl Club 001]
With this sweet little, sample-based 7" whitelabel release we see Renegades Of Jazz paying homage to the most loveable vinyl format of all times and presents a dope instrumental cut for all lovers of Jazz-influenced Downbeat and classic TripHop, functioning as theme for the well-honorable 45/7 Vinyl Club mix series on Soundcloud. On the flip we'll find a sweet intro sequence and a few sample cuts for advanced DJ abuse... Nice one.

06. Fabio Crivellaro - A-B-Normal 01 [Kaspar House Studio]
See review for details...

07. Belp - Elephants [Schamoni Musik Promo]
See review for details...

08. Duality Micro - The Blue Tape [Evadum]
See review for details... 

09. Various Artists - House Of Ages: Classic, Rare & Unreleased Dance Music Selected By Jeremy Newall [BBE Music]
See review for details...
10. G. Rag & Die Landlergschwister - Der Räuber Und Der Prinz [Jahmoni Music / Gutfeeling]
This is something for the lovers of the bizarre and extrordinary. Originally written by the legendary DAF / Deutsch-Amerikanische Freundschaft consisting of Robert Görl and Gabi Delgado back in the 80s "Der Räuber Und Der Prinz" is transformed into a kind of Humpa- / German Volksmusik- / Ska-crossover to a fascinating effect whilst the live version of "Der Liquidator" gives the Humpa-touch to Dub in an original Bierzelt-flava.


Post a Comment

<< Home