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01. Martin Garrix & Jay Hardway – Wizard (Radio Edit)
02. Dada Life – Born To Rage (USA Version)
03. Dannic & Sick Individuals – Blueprint (Original Mix)
04. Hardwell feat. Matthew Koma – Dare You (Extended Mix)
05. Martin Solveig & Laidback Luke – Blow (Original Mix)
06. Icona Pop – I Love It (Tiesto Club Life Remix)
07. Avicii – You Make Me (Landis Bootleg)
08. Tiesto feat. Kyler England – Take Me (Alex Balog Remix)
09. Clockwork – Blitz (Original Mix)
10. Dyro – Go Down (Original Mix)
11. Cosmic Gate – So Get Up (Extended Mix)
Vocal Chill Deep House (So Slow) Producer by Victor iosif Enjoy the beauty Chill Vocal House Music
Title: nUMusic Deep House Vol.2
Label: UM Records
Cat No: UMRLP02
Release date: 02-12-13
1: Dilby – Starting Over (Original Mix)
2: Submantra – Friday Night (Original Mix)
3: Tim Andresen – Our House (Original Mix)
4: Santiago Santamaria – City Groove (Original Mix)
5: Big Al – Soul & Full (Original Mix)
6: Portofino-Sunrise – Watch The Feeling (Original Mix)
7: Jon Salem – Dreamscape (Original Mix)
(c) & (p) 2013 UM Records. UMRLP02. www.um-records.com
1. Duvoh feat. Tess Marie- Come over (Socialytes remix)
2. Morten- Look Closer (Socialytes remix)
3. The Socialytes- Plurnt
4. Samual James- Mega vs Firebeatz vs Quintino Vs. Socialytes (Socialytes Mega Bootleg)
5. The Socialytes- Raging The Night (Trap Version)
6. The Socialytes- Stephen Hawking (Vocal Version)
7. The Socialytes- Niagara Falls
Out Now On Aniligital Music
2. The Consequence
4. Exhaustasaurus (Casbah 73 Remix)
5. Exhaustasaurus (Spiltmilk Remix)
San Francisco’s Tal M. Klein reveals the Exhaustasaurus EP, a selection of three original tracks taken from his upcoming album of the same title on Aniligital Music. Inspired by Tal’s consistently exhausted state of mind during its recording sessions, Exhaustasaurus is his third solo album in an impressive discography that dates back to 1997. Included in this discography are also his many in-demand collaborations with Hector Works’ Anthony Mansfield and remixes for the likes of Cornershop, Nickodemus, and Basement Freaks. Like these past endeavors, the new album cuts showcase Tal as an artist who refuses to be constrained by the limitations of any particular genre. The EP starts off with the title track, a heavy house number that builds, kicking into full gear halfway in and never letting go. Second on the release, “The Consequence” slows down the tempo with cut up strings, an evocative piano, and an acid breakdown. Still low in tempo, but this time high in acid, “Perforated” is a sardonic retrospective homage to a time when the TB–303 and TR–909 ruled the electronic music scene. Lovemonk recording artist Casbah 73 and Homebreakin’ Records crew memberSpiltmilk heighten elements from the original “Exhaustasaurus” with remixes that twist and turn in completely different directions ending up as perfect additions to a well thought-out EP. Seize the sleaze!
Nick Warren – “‘The Consequence’ is a monster, set to be very big indeed.”
Sunshine Jones (Dubtribe) – “Amazing. I love this.”
Alland Byallo – “Wow, that Casbah 73 mix is brilliant!”
Ursula 1000 – “Me likes!”
Sleazy McQueen – “I’m totally digging the original of ‘Exhaustasaurus’ … nice work!”
Ant Plate (Rhythm Plate / YSE) – “The album’s sounding clean, analoguesque, and deep. I’m liking the low down growl of ‘Perforated’ but it’s the Casbah 73 remix that I’ll be spinning out this weekend.”
Gavin Hardkiss (Hawke) – “Tal rocks my world.”
Hardway Bros (A Love From Outer Space) – “Tal Klein is a massive talent – end of.”
Cyclist (Homebreakin) – “I love the groove of the Splitmilk remix … quality.”
DJ Johnny O aka THE WOLF (Global Rhythm Records) – “This is great package. ‘The Consequence’ is my favorite … I like the triggering sound building up and breaking down again. A perfect intro track. The Casbah 73 remix is also a massive tune with fantastic jazz vibes and bass line. Keep it up.”
Felix Dickinson (Cynic Music) – “I really like ‘Perforated’ … will definitely play.”
Stereo 77 (Research Deluxe) – “Perhaps Tal at his best right here. Plus a Casbah 73 remix? I give this 5 more stars!”
Sumsuch (Colour and Pitch) – “Refreshingly unique record this with a brace of great remixes. Lovely!”
Deadbeat Disco Radio Show – “‘Perforated’ is a bobby dazzler of a track! Second place on the podium goes to the Spiltmilk remix.”
Label: [Digital Empire Records]
We had the pleasure of working with the Beautiful and Talented Nina Sung on this release!
Production and DJ duo Static & Bass have been taking NYC’s clubs by storm since their inception in 2012. The talented pair has wasted no time taking over the likes of Pacha, Webster Hall and District 36 where you can find them every week as residents. With an already lengthy release path behind them including EPs with AcropolisRPM, TRXX/Plasmapool, Pop Rox Musik and others – we’re not surprised to see the pair rising through the ranks at a lightning pace. Their electrified sound and lively performances have earned them a rightful reputation as a must see act and seeing as they’ve managed to translate that energy into their high quality productions, you can see why they’re receiving big plaudits.
We spoke to the guys to discuss their new releases and what’s up next for them in the Autumn/Winter seasons.
HI guys, thanks for talking to us today. Firstly introduce yourselves individually and give us a bit of background on how you came to be a duo.
Our names are Rai Sarion “Static” and Eric Chen “Bass”, and we have been friends for a while but our careers started out separately and in different circles. Rai first got into djing under the alias MadRaverRai and Eric was under the Alias DJ Cheric. Rai played in parties within the trance scene for about threes years before he partnered up with Cheric who has already been djing in the House scene for 8 years. It was at the time they first worked together in the studio that they decided to partner up officially.
We played under the name “Cheric & Rai” for 2 years until we decided to produce a more aggressive style of music. We thought the name Static & Bass was just fitting since some of the content we were producing had a heavy static sound behind the bass lines.
How is the EDM boom stateside affecting the clubs in NYC?
There are certainly more attendants now. It’s the new cool thing to do. What makes us happy that there are more people being introduced to dance music, which is pretty much what we listen to most of the time.
Has it become easier or harder to break through now?
Honestly, it’s a double-edged sword. While there are more opportunities there is also a lot more competition. Every artist has to find that niche that they fall into and excel in the individual styles they have to get noticed.
What’s the toughest thing about the electronic music world in the city?
Competition. Everybody is a DJ now. One of the few things that set us apart is we produce our own tracks and aim to be unique with our sound. That is something completely necessary to break through.
Where do you see things progressing for the clubs and events in NYC at the moment?
We see bigger events in the future. That also means more opportunities.
Your ‘Nightshift EP’ is out this month, what’s the story behind that release?
We actually finished Nightshift first before we found our vocalist Nina Sung. Eric is the one that found Nina.
Where are you drawing inspiration from on these recent release?
We created the melody first then just went from there. It’s a method we employ often. We let the melody decide the rest of the track.
What’s up next for you guys?
To get in some more studio time and push our style further.
Any bookings/tour dates for New Yorkers to note down?
Currently working on that follow us on Facebook for more information for our upcoming shows!
Let’s talk a little about the studio side of things. Do you guys work together or in separate studios?
We both work from home at first then we meet up to finish a track at Eric’s. That’s where the main computer is.
What’s your setup for writing music?
We use both Ableton Live and FL Studio as our DAW. Rai has a very simple setup. He just uses his Macbook and a Keyrig 49 keyboard. Eric has the main computer, which is custom build 8-core with 2 KrK Vxt 6 monitors and a simple midi controller.
Must have synths/plug-ins?
Rai: Sylenth & Massive. I use Sylenth for my leads and plucks and Massive for my basses.
Eric: Sylenth, Massive, Sytrus, Harmor, The Glue, Sausage Fattener, Wow Filter, and Effectrix.
Who does what in the studio?
We both do it all, however when it comes to mixing and mastering Eric does most of that. When Rai works on a track separately, he will focus on creating melodic layers, structuring and overall transitions. The next step would be to go to Cheric’s and start transferring to the main computer. He works his magic on the track and we work on restructuring together.
This is only one of the methods we use. Sometimes we produce a track together completely and other times it’s Cheric that has an almost finished track and I will step in and put my ideas on it. The situation varies but one thing is certain. When we get in the studio we work very well together. Things always go smoothly.
Top production tip for new-starters.
Take some tracks that you like and try to recreate them. This will train your brain on how a good track is structured and you can develop your own style from there.
Thanks for your time guys.
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