Monday, September 21, 2009

GrooveSource Cycle 171

Pre-Release Date: 9/22/2009
General Release Date: 10/13/2009

DGRS002 – Ben Koechlin “Erdöl” DG Label – MINIMAL/TECHNO
The second release on the DG Label Reverse series features two of the hottest new producers from France. Ben Koechlin is a young talented minimal-techno producer. Co-founders of Tanz Factory and Tanz Factory Records, Ben released in 2009 with the Italian label Nutempo Rec. Planktron released his first EP with Spanish label Selected Rec then release planned Nutempo Rec with remixes by several artists such as Ander Plau (Selected Rec, Productos BMM), Dee Green (DG label, Harthouse ...). "Erdol" features some rockin' sounds ready for any dancefloors, dub bassy minimal techno. Surely an exciting release!!

danny tenaglia - thanx
Umek - nice!!
Sandy Rivera - good stuff
Oscar G - love it!
Jamie Anderson - Great tracks - will play this weekend!
technasia - Original mix is for me
jim masters - this rocks!
Aubrey - Yeah very nice bass...thanks
Naveen G - solid stuff!
Punisher - support
Submerge 101 - Great Ep.
Angel Alanis - Love it
Jonra Babiracki (Designforms) - Like both the original and plankton remix .. good solid techno with lots of space and a heavy drive will get play from me...

IM041 – Alexx Iuliano “Swirl” Impact Mechanics – TECHNO
Top quality work from DJ/producer Alexx Iuliano. "Swirl" subtly grows and builds into a dance floor destroyer. With a remix that showcases production partner Mars Bill; another truly massive track. Trippy key shifts, chunky bass lines and tension-filled breakdowns will elevate audiences worldwide... ask Cisco Ferreira / Advent and Submerge of Impact Mechanics. Do yourselves a favor and check out this exceptional EP.

Dubfire – excellent
jim masters - great builder, should kick right off
hakan lidbo - i love this one. very simple and effective.
trevor rockcliffe - Will be supporting
Rob Warner (Our House Magazine) - Solid tune. Thanks
antonio pocai (Wagon Repair) - Good !
DJ Hyperactive - liking the original!
aleksij - Excelent techno here! Like both versions but the remix is the one I will play out!
Gabriel Palomo - Alexx Swirl - Very psychedelic, dig it alot, brain teaser will drop. Mars Remix is driving this will body rock! Thanks

KGB021 – Nima Gorji “Groove Control” KGBeats – TECH-HOUSE
While Europe and it's American Colonies where marching to the drum of the minimal drummer, a new house scene was brewing in cities like Barcelona, Ibiza, Amsterdam, Chicago and Paris - it's the "going back to old school" scene that took you back to the future of the original booty shaking ways - where mighty Chicago house meets Mediterranean flavor and hot-blooded southern playboys got wild together with your slender offsprings of European burguase. In our book - players like Funk 'd Void, Nima Gorji, Martinez, Tanzmann, Wasted Chicago Youth were able to capture attention of the new clubbing generation as well as to suggest a strong case for return of the proper school! Today we are very pleased to offer you a pair of new tracks from one of our favorite artists. Nima had one of the best summers in the business playing only the hottest parties and releasing mega hits on Murmur, International Freakshow, Suburban tracks, Welt - From London to Istanbul - Nima's signature style of Mediterranean-influenced-tribal groovy house won over hearts and minds of clubbers around the world! We hope You will enjoy Nima Gorji's new offerings for KGBEATS.

hernan cattaneo - really good as usual from nima
jimpster - nima rocks some more heads down, floor pleasing grooves that never fail to get the temperature rising. ace stuff once again.
Dubfire - excellent. downloading
Aaron-Carl - TUNE!

Also This Week:
HJM002 – Henry John Morgan “California’s Dream” HJM Records – PROGRESSIVE HOUSE
SCREC016 – The Pikss “Kristal EP” Solar Cathedral – TECHNO
TR001 – Dual Deep “New Day EP” Support House – DEEP HOUSE/DOWNTEMPO

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