David Mayer - Moment EP

No better title than "Moment" to name this EP. We've been already following Keinemusik for a while in soundcloud, and after our post absence over this last year, we were just expecting the right moment to refer this wonderfull label. So, the moment is now!

By the hands of David Mayer, who released the first Keinemusik and on other labels like Paso Music, we were just thinking "right, this guy haves everything we like, let's expect the right time to promote him a little", and, it seems this is the right moment to do it!

What a release!! It only haves two tracks, but both of them are complete masterpieces! Who likes big kicks, clean cuts and lots of personality in a track, well, this is the right release! There's something about this release that makes it very personal on the first listening. It attaches immediately to your ear and the it's really a hard task to press stop, it's only repeat, repeat, repeat!! Its very wide and there's defintely a clear protruding of charisma emaning from it. First track, "Moment" it's clearly a veined "tech-trippy" track, streamlined along detail and contoured details, it haves a depth of groove very hard to describe. Please hit "play" on the player below to understand what I'm referring to. and please... enjoy the moment!
As we flip side, there's "Word is Bond", and this is the point we really consider David has something clear when naming a track, this means since the beggining the track was already baptized! What better name to this track other than "Word is Bond"? Yes, there's a old school vocal, working along the track, rolling along the groove, connecting, reminding, pointing a direction to the end. And 'till the end is a complete delight of melodious catch, bubbling hats and deep grooves.
But there's notting better than checking for yourself and give it a listen. I ensure it'll make your day, it made mine!


Rodriguez Jr. - Bittersweet EP

Released in the 5th of September of 2011, among so much good stuff arriving our headquarters this month, we almost forgotten to mention this amazing release that's supposed to be a glimpse of Rodriguez Jr. first album, also on Mobilee.

From Mobilee, needless to say, established by Anja Schneider and runned by Anja herself and Ralf Kollman, nothing except quality in every release. It's one of those cases where you see it coming and think "this is damn good" when you didn't even listened to it! From the roost we can mention Pan-Pot or Sebo K, but that's only a minor detail, it's indeed a label we cherish alot overhere. They have their way of doing things, and that way is quality, charisma and essence!

So, applying more words about Rodriguez Jr., Mobilee or anything related to this crew is just wasting letters and space overhere, there's not even the need to reinforce all our thinking about all this.

"Bittersweet" EP is here to remind Us there's a big album on the way, and what better way to remind than releasing some very nice tracks to put some "pepper" on the teaser stuff? It's not bitter, can assure that, it's more sweet "á la Rodriguez Jr." way! "Bittersweet" works pretty well, teases everything in a soft and smooth way, one of those tracks simply perfect to began with. Then comes "Music Don't Lie feat. Cari Golden", and well, them both don't lie about the fact Rodriguez Jr. is on a good peak of production and that Cari Golden is becoming one of the most sensual and smoothful piercing voices on the scene, undoubtly! Then comes "Massilia", maybe my pick from this EP, so beautiful, so polished and sculptured among mid synth frequencies that deliver a trippy happiness feeling, resuming, one of those to keep an eye in the sun rising! To close this "teaser" in the better way, why not "Bagpipe Woman", to joke a little bit on the scene and just put a deep smile on your face? Let's face it, an amazing and round release, featuring a sexy voice... no more words needed about this!

EDA - You're Kidding Me EP

With a hilarious artwork and a jokeful name, Unplëased Records delivers its second release, by EDA, trying to start kidding with Us!

After several years of experimentation in the modern music field, They based in South of France decided to establish its musical label in 2010. First of all partner with its artists, Unplëased Records turns into a global project under the name Unplëased Music Experience uniting by electronic music label, management and booking.

Emergent young artist, EDA experiences and evolves to an
underground house music that is far removed from standardization. Skilful and inventive his different releases on European music labels as Piso, Smallroom, Genesa ou Fach prove it but don‘t look like at his actual music universe.
EDA presents to you with „You‘re kidding me“ a gilded deluge from an exalting Deep House and constitutes a fine example of his skills and talent. More attention is needed in the future!

The first track "Love Worn“ boots itself by a bully and unremittingly rhythmic just before a bass line with sample of old music notes will never let us down again. A prime element adds it, a funk vocal, rich and percussive braids and loosens for being with the stream of interludes the maestro who dips us into the topography of piece.

"You“ meanwhile is more homogenous in its construction but whose musical elements sets type it are stoutly underground. The gloomy bassline joins in a resonant melting pot where keyboards and soul voice apply color to warmly the track. To fly by a long percussion breaks of use linking and to stuff of influences from the music of black Americans. "You“ contains in itself the real essence of the underground house music.

Organic, "You‘re Kidding Me“ is made with instinct and acuteness, making our smooth groove of today an easy listening achievement!

Michael Knop - Weak Chin EP

If you're into powerfull and uplifiting stuff, this is the man you have to put an eye on!

Michael Knop, after two releases with our friends at Meleon, now delivers this techno sided production on one of our favorite labels: Resopal Schallware! What to expect from this "young promise" and such a label? Nothing except huge loads of quality and mumbling sounds, booming anything since you it play button. Full of soothing sounds and wicked grooves, this is the right release to look for when the crowd still haves some good leg energy to spend in a powerfull journey!

So, coming down to the tracks, first, "Drop In" does what you expect after some time, really drops in huge loads of bassline. wicked. Second track, "this Night" makes things more classy style, still that Knop bassline (will call it like that from now on), heavily compressed keeps on the base to all the track progression and construction, whooping a listener with it. So, nothing better to the end of this EP than "Over and Over".. yeah, Knop Bassline over and over, heavy, destructive and outragiously bubbling, keeping the listener energized over and over, not giving any chance. That's how things work with Michael, there's no mercy, once you start, you just cannot stop and make a weak chin.. Proper Techno release.


Get Lost 4 - Mixed By Damian Lazarus

All fuzzed out by Marc Antona Album We almost forgotten to mention this amazing mixed cd by Mr. Damian Lazarus.
Following in the wake of Dinky and Jamie Jones Get Lost albums, and due to public demand the series is reignited with Get Lost's ringmaster Damian Lazarus. Now a notorious 17 hour event at Miami’s WMC that features the whole army of Rebels artists (21 artists in 2011), Lazarus now captures some of its magic on CD.

Damian Lazarus is a visionary, a caped crusader for underground music with an eye for detail and an ear for true talent. Since cutting his teeth as music editor at Dazed & Confused, to his days as A&R at legendary London imprint City Rockers spotting the likes of Felix Da Housecat and Tiga, through to more recently introducing Seth Troxler, Jamie Jones and Art Department to the world via his Crosstown Rebels imprint, Lazarus has continually shaped the face of underground dance music as we know it.

So, nothing better than give it a listen and, truthfully, get lost on this "pearl"


Marc Antona - Rules Of Madness

It's been a while.. Hi there!

So, nothing better to mark my "post return" than this amazing first album by Marc Antona on his own imprint, Dissonant Records!

We became astonished by this album, such a masterpiece is a rare achievement. Well, in fact, it doesn't really surprised us, Marc's movements and way of doing things around this "scene" are undoubtly class A ones. He were already followers of a label he had a finger on, "Micro-Fibres", and if there was a thing that really differenced that label was the quality of the releases. Names like Re-Up were raisen in those headquarters of quality productions and this was a characteristic that always surrounded Marc and all his efforts. Doesn't need a mention as well his impressive live performances and the way some of his charisma becomes clear in all his productions and his huge support from "Mr Cadenza" himself, Luciano.
However, it seems that on this label project, Dissonant, also run by him, as if quality wasn't enough, there's even more quality in every release! Since it "opened doors", we've been cherished with amazing releases by Marc himself and Re-Up (aka OEL & Polygon) that were among the best releases and played until vinyl was wasted by big names.

So, coming to what matters, away from lots of words, here's our consideration on this release. It's absolutely a dancefloor killer, uplifiting tribal mumbling patterns and lots and lots of energy to deliver along some cadence that just adds excellence. If U're a dj, ready to hit a dancefloor and put all the people jumping and smiling, this is the right weapon for you! It haves other moods, this is a very round album, and in all the frequency achieved, it's only a matter of picking the one that you feel suitable! If you follow us, for sure you'll have one in this album!

So, in the end, driving yourself to a powered listening, we refer "All against the law", "Crunch To Pulp" or "Fast Track". If you wanna play more deeply, then you have "Illegal", "The Hammock Spider History" or "Last Taboo".
Anyway, there's one for everybody and in the end, any of them are just brilliant masterpieces. It was undoubtly, one of the best albums that reached our hands.
F*ckin' Brilliant.



Hello peep's, we're not completely done, we've plans to get back to our roots, but they depend on lots of things that may or not happen! meanwhile you can follow us on facebook, flow's hanging things there and once in a while i'll post too!! here's the link: http://www.facebook.com/minimaland in this endured year i've discovered a mexican producer that is completely stucked to my head, jiony, here is my fav tune of this amazing guy:

  A Veces (con lluvia de fondo) by jiony

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