ХудожникИконописикони цениAs you may have noticed phase02 hasn’t been active as usual the past few months. I deeply apologize for that! The good news is I’ve got some plans for phase02. This might be the last post before huge changes will find place. However this is not a regular post. This is the first “rediscover” post in many to come. Every week I’ll search for a track that has been released for a couple months or even years and we totally forgot about or didn’t receive the attention it deserved. This week it’s a bit of both.
Taken from Modeselektor’s third album “Monkeytown” (MONKEYTOWN015) Released on 30 September 2011
Again some news from our German friend Nicolas Eller! First of all, he’s new Nightshift Ep has been released. Secondly, you can download the Ep completely free. Nightshift Ep is probably one of Eller’s most deep melodic house productions consisting of 3 original tracks and 3 additional remixes. Here’s a random selection to get you in the mood, check out supafeed.net to find the whole Ep.
Interactive studio HelloEnjoy has built a mind-blowing 3D interactive music video for Ellie Goulding’s song ‘Lights’. Good job HelloEnjoy and Ellie Goulding, this is what I want to see more in music videos in the future. Take a look and experience Ellie Goulding’s ‘Lights’ like you’ve never experienced a music video before.
More info about the production here.
On november 7, ZZT will be releasing their first ever album, called Partys over earth. Last week though they also released the track Partys over Los Angeles and a couple of remixes (Turbo 112). This is the Jon Convex version that reflects the vanguard of new-school UK-bass influenced techno.
Don’t forget to listen to the entire new ZZTalbum by the way!
PARTYS OVER EARTH is relentless, uncompromising Combat Funk. If the new ZZT were a drug, it would be DZZMT. Not the stuff some loser shaman huffs behind the village gas station, but a new-school cut of Freebase Free-Bass that tears out your central nervous system and forces it to dance with the hottest elf you’ve ever seen.
Don’t even try to “share” it. Save your generosity for when you’re reduced to eating Mayan Calendars to survive.
A while back it was said that Red 2, released in 1994 by Dave Clark, would get a complete make-over. As the matter of fact, the whole red series would be re-released on Boys Noize recs. I remember I read somewhere it was going to be released “around winter”.
Note to mr. Dave en mr. Alex: this track has been floating around now for ages. Please bring out a 12″. Thank you.