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  • Transistorcake - Future Plan I
    Eskimo Recordings
    04:15
    Electronic
    711

    Five years after his track 'Mr. Croissant Taker' appeared on Soulwax's Grand Theft Auto V radio station, Belgian producer Transistorcake releases his official debut release, the 'Future Plans' EP on Eskimo Recordings. Featuring 4 tracks of hazy electronica that would sit neatly alongside early releases on Aphex Twin's Rephlex label or recent excursions by the likes of Palmbomen and Betonkust. Opening tracks 'Future Plan I' and 'Future Plan II' sets out Transistorcake's stall nicely. Swirling synth melodies, an ever evolving bassline that leads you down a labyrinthine maze and diaphanous strings and pads all add up to create an ecstatic yet at the same time melancholic quality to the music that manages to sound both ancient and modern. "Future plans I and II are constantly changing routes of ideas, improvisations and coincidences," explains Transistorcake, "nothing is a constant in the two numbers, outside the pulse of the drums. You can see them as two possible versions of the future or as an old version of the future alongside its current variation." Whilst cut from the same cloth as the previous tracks 'Ribbles' has more than a touch of the Nordics to it. Sparkling, playful melodies glitter like snowflakes caught in the flash of a strobe light before a pulsing disco beat rockets the track into the stratosphere. In his own words the track is "an ode to spontaneity and dancing without braking. I pictured it being played by a live band next to a pool at an LA cocktail party in the '80s." Closing the EP we have 'Kluts', driven by a stuttering, head-nodding, rhythm that recalls that rapping sound of a woodpecker in the forest, the track is gently swaddled in a warm embrace of synthetic stings that gradually develops and asserts its dominance over the course of nine, all-too brief as it happens, minutes. For all its gauzy textures there's also an undeniable solidity to these tracks, an underlying organic quality and nostalgic warmth that permeates them. Having previously studied jazz composition and played in several bands over the years, Transistorcake brings a sense of spontaneity to the often all-to-structured world of electronic music. This EP just capturing a snapshot in time of these songs that can be endlessly reworked and reimagined in his live set, where live bass and drums, are added to his collection of vintage synths to an endless back and forth between man and machine. TRACKLIST 1. Transistorcake - Future Plan I 2. Transistorcake - Future Plan II 3. Transistorcake - Ribbles 4. Transistorcake - Kluts FIND ESKIMO RECORDINGS ONLINE AT: http://www.eskimorecordings.be http://soundcloud.com/eskimorecordings https://open.spotify.com/user/eskimorecordings http://www.youtube.com/eskimorecordings http://www.facebook.com/eskimorecordings http://twitter.com/eskimorecords https://www.instagram.com/eskimorecordings/ Find TRANSISTORCAKE online: https://soundcloud.com/transistorcake https://www.facebook.com/transistorcake https://twitter.com/transistorcake https://www.instagram.com/transistorcake

  • Transistorcake - Future Plan II
    Eskimo Recordings
    04:28
    Electronic
    511

    Five years after his track 'Mr. Croissant Taker' appeared on Soulwax's Grand Theft Auto V radio station, Belgian producer Transistorcake releases his official debut release, the 'Future Plans' EP on Eskimo Recordings. Featuring 4 tracks of hazy electronica that would sit neatly alongside early releases on Aphex Twin's Rephlex label or recent excursions by the likes of Palmbomen and Betonkust. Opening tracks 'Future Plan I' and 'Future Plan II' sets out Transistorcake's stall nicely. Swirling synth melodies, an ever evolving bassline that leads you down a labyrinthine maze and diaphanous strings and pads all add up to create an ecstatic yet at the same time melancholic quality to the music that manages to sound both ancient and modern. "Future plans I and II are constantly changing routes of ideas, improvisations and coincidences," explains Transistorcake, "nothing is a constant in the two numbers, outside the pulse of the drums. You can see them as two possible versions of the future or as an old version of the future alongside its current variation." Whilst cut from the same cloth as the previous tracks 'Ribbles' has more than a touch of the Nordics to it. Sparkling, playful melodies glitter like snowflakes caught in the flash of a strobe light before a pulsing disco beat rockets the track into the stratosphere. In his own words the track is "an ode to spontaneity and dancing without braking. I pictured it being played by a live band next to a pool at an LA cocktail party in the '80s." Closing the EP we have 'Kluts', driven by a stuttering, head-nodding, rhythm that recalls that rapping sound of a woodpecker in the forest, the track is gently swaddled in a warm embrace of synthetic stings that gradually develops and asserts its dominance over the course of nine, all-too brief as it happens, minutes. For all its gauzy textures there's also an undeniable solidity to these tracks, an underlying organic quality and nostalgic warmth that permeates them. Having previously studied jazz composition and played in several bands over the years, Transistorcake brings a sense of spontaneity to the often all-to-structured world of electronic music. This EP just capturing a snapshot in time of these songs that can be endlessly reworked and reimagined in his live set, where live bass and drums, are added to his collection of vintage synths to an endless back and forth between man and machine. TRACKLIST 1. Transistorcake - Future Plan I 2. Transistorcake - Future Plan II 3. Transistorcake - Ribbles 4. Transistorcake - Kluts FIND ESKIMO RECORDINGS ONLINE AT: http://www.eskimorecordings.be http://soundcloud.com/eskimorecordings https://open.spotify.com/user/eskimorecordings http://www.youtube.com/eskimorecordings http://www.facebook.com/eskimorecordings http://twitter.com/eskimorecords https://www.instagram.com/eskimorecordings/ Find TRANSISTORCAKE online: https://soundcloud.com/transistorcake https://www.facebook.com/transistorcake https://twitter.com/transistorcake https://www.instagram.com/transistorcake

  • Transistorcake - Ribbles
    Eskimo Recordings
    04:42
    Electronic
    467

    Five years after his track 'Mr. Croissant Taker' appeared on Soulwax's Grand Theft Auto V radio station, Belgian producer Transistorcake releases his official debut release, the 'Future Plans' EP on Eskimo Recordings. Featuring 4 tracks of hazy electronica that would sit neatly alongside early releases on Aphex Twin's Rephlex label or recent excursions by the likes of Palmbomen and Betonkust. Opening tracks 'Future Plan I' and 'Future Plan II' sets out Transistorcake's stall nicely. Swirling synth melodies, an ever evolving bassline that leads you down a labyrinthine maze and diaphanous strings and pads all add up to create an ecstatic yet at the same time melancholic quality to the music that manages to sound both ancient and modern. "Future plans I and II are constantly changing routes of ideas, improvisations and coincidences," explains Transistorcake, "nothing is a constant in the two numbers, outside the pulse of the drums. You can see them as two possible versions of the future or as an old version of the future alongside its current variation." Whilst cut from the same cloth as the previous tracks 'Ribbles' has more than a touch of the Nordics to it. Sparkling, playful melodies glitter like snowflakes caught in the flash of a strobe light before a pulsing disco beat rockets the track into the stratosphere. In his own words the track is "an ode to spontaneity and dancing without braking. I pictured it being played by a live band next to a pool at an LA cocktail party in the '80s." Closing the EP we have 'Kluts', driven by a stuttering, head-nodding, rhythm that recalls that rapping sound of a woodpecker in the forest, the track is gently swaddled in a warm embrace of synthetic stings that gradually develops and asserts its dominance over the course of nine, all-too brief as it happens, minutes. For all its gauzy textures there's also an undeniable solidity to these tracks, an underlying organic quality and nostalgic warmth that permeates them. Having previously studied jazz composition and played in several bands over the years, Transistorcake brings a sense of spontaneity to the often all-to-structured world of electronic music. This EP just capturing a snapshot in time of these songs that can be endlessly reworked and reimagined in his live set, where live bass and drums, are added to his collection of vintage synths to an endless back and forth between man and machine. TRACKLIST 1. Transistorcake - Future Plan I 2. Transistorcake - Future Plan II 3. Transistorcake - Ribbles 4. Transistorcake - Kluts FIND ESKIMO RECORDINGS ONLINE AT: http://www.eskimorecordings.be http://soundcloud.com/eskimorecordings https://open.spotify.com/user/eskimorecordings http://www.youtube.com/eskimorecordings http://www.facebook.com/eskimorecordings http://twitter.com/eskimorecords https://www.instagram.com/eskimorecordings/ Find TRANSISTORCAKE online: https://soundcloud.com/transistorcake https://www.facebook.com/transistorcake https://twitter.com/transistorcake https://www.instagram.com/transistorcake

  • Transistorcake - Kluts
    Eskimo Recordings
    09:07
    Electronic
    609

    Five years after his track 'Mr. Croissant Taker' appeared on Soulwax's Grand Theft Auto V radio station, Belgian producer Transistorcake releases his official debut release, the 'Future Plans' EP on Eskimo Recordings. Featuring 4 tracks of hazy electronica that would sit neatly alongside early releases on Aphex Twin's Rephlex label or recent excursions by the likes of Palmbomen and Betonkust. Opening tracks 'Future Plan I' and 'Future Plan II' sets out Transistorcake's stall nicely. Swirling synth melodies, an ever evolving bassline that leads you down a labyrinthine maze and diaphanous strings and pads all add up to create an ecstatic yet at the same time melancholic quality to the music that manages to sound both ancient and modern. "Future plans I and II are constantly changing routes of ideas, improvisations and coincidences," explains Transistorcake, "nothing is a constant in the two numbers, outside the pulse of the drums. You can see them as two possible versions of the future or as an old version of the future alongside its current variation." Whilst cut from the same cloth as the previous tracks 'Ribbles' has more than a touch of the Nordics to it. Sparkling, playful melodies glitter like snowflakes caught in the flash of a strobe light before a pulsing disco beat rockets the track into the stratosphere. In his own words the track is "an ode to spontaneity and dancing without braking. I pictured it being played by a live band next to a pool at an LA cocktail party in the '80s." Closing the EP we have 'Kluts', driven by a stuttering, head-nodding, rhythm that recalls that rapping sound of a woodpecker in the forest, the track is gently swaddled in a warm embrace of synthetic stings that gradually develops and asserts its dominance over the course of nine, all-too brief as it happens, minutes. For all its gauzy textures there's also an undeniable solidity to these tracks, an underlying organic quality and nostalgic warmth that permeates them. Having previously studied jazz composition and played in several bands over the years, Transistorcake brings a sense of spontaneity to the often all-to-structured world of electronic music. This EP just capturing a snapshot in time of these songs that can be endlessly reworked and reimagined in his live set, where live bass and drums, are added to his collection of vintage synths to an endless back and forth between man and machine. TRACKLIST 1. Transistorcake - Future Plan I 2. Transistorcake - Future Plan II 3. Transistorcake - Ribbles 4. Transistorcake - Kluts FIND ESKIMO RECORDINGS ONLINE AT: http://www.eskimorecordings.be http://soundcloud.com/eskimorecordings https://open.spotify.com/user/eskimorecordings http://www.youtube.com/eskimorecordings http://www.facebook.com/eskimorecordings http://twitter.com/eskimorecords https://www.instagram.com/eskimorecordings/ Find TRANSISTORCAKE online: https://soundcloud.com/transistorcake https://www.facebook.com/transistorcake https://twitter.com/transistorcake https://www.instagram.com/transistorcake

  • Horixon feat. Else Born - Every Turn (Joseph Ashworth Night Vision)
    Eskimo Recordings
    07:13
    House
    2,028

    Released on Eskimo Recordings at the start of the year 'Every Turn' by https://soundcloud.com/horixon (Monarchy’s Andrew Armstrong and Joseph Ashworth) and Norwegian singer Else Born (aka Philco Fiction’s Turid Alida Solberg) was a perfect moment of heartfelt, leftfield pop. Horixon's Joseph Ashworth clearly had unfinished business with the track though. Whilst the original put Turid centre-stage Joseph has now re-tooled it into two more club friendly versions, good news for anyone familiar with his acclaimed solo releases on labels such as NeedWant, Life and Death, AnjunaDeep, Jonas Rathsman's Elements label and Catz n Dogz' Pets imprint. https://soundcloud.com/josephashworthmusic For his first remix Joseph strips the track back to shuffling percussion and a liquid bass-line, allowing jazzy keys to dance across the track as snippets of Turid's vocals punctuate the track, the result a beautiful deep house track that sits somewhere between Havana and Detroit. Finally Joseph turns in his 'Night Vision', a skeletal interpretation of the track, a driving rhythm section overlaid with staccato synth stabs, increasingly wild sound effects and again traces of Turid's heavily modified vocals pinging around like a ghost trapped in the machine. ORIGINAL + DUBKA DISKOMIX https://soundcloud.com/eskimorecordings/sets/horixon-feat-else-born-every-turn TRACKLIST 1. Horixon feat. Else Born - Every Turn (Joseph Ashworth Remix) 2. Horixon feat. Else Born - Every Turn (Joseph Ashworth Extended Remix) 3. Horixon feat. Else Born - Every Turn (Joseph Ashworth Night Vision) FIND ESKIMO RECORDINGS ONLINE AT: http://www.eskimorecordings.be http://soundcloud.com/eskimorecordings https://open.spotify.com/user/eskimorecordings http://www.youtube.com/eskimorecordings http://www.facebook.com/eskimorecordings http://twitter.com/eskimorecords https://www.instagram.com/eskimorecordings/ FIND HORIXON ONLINE AT: https://www.facebook.com/Horixon/ https://twitter.com/HorixonX

  • Horixon feat. Else Born - Every Turn (Joseph Ashworth Remix)
    Eskimo Recordings
    03:35
    House
    5,934

    Released on Eskimo Recordings at the start of the year 'Every Turn' by https://soundcloud.com/horixon (Monarchy’s Andrew Armstrong and Joseph Ashworth) and Norwegian singer Else Born (aka Philco Fiction’s Turid Alida Solberg) was a perfect moment of heartfelt, leftfield pop. Horixon's Joseph Ashworth clearly had unfinished business with the track though. Whilst the original put Turid centre-stage Joseph has now re-tooled it into two more club friendly versions, good news for anyone familiar with his acclaimed solo releases on labels such as NeedWant, Life and Death, AnjunaDeep, Jonas Rathsman's Elements label and Catz n Dogz' Pets imprint. https://soundcloud.com/josephashworthmusic For his first remix Joseph strips the track back to shuffling percussion and a liquid bass-line, allowing jazzy keys to dance across the track as snippets of Turid's vocals punctuate the track, the result a beautiful deep house track that sits somewhere between Havana and Detroit. Finally Joseph turns in his 'Night Vision', a skeletal interpretation of the track, a driving rhythm section overlaid with staccato synth stabs, increasingly wild sound effects and again traces of Turid's heavily modified vocals pinging around like a ghost trapped in the machine. ORIGINAL + DUBKA DISKOMIX https://soundcloud.com/eskimorecordings/sets/horixon-feat-else-born-every-turn TRACKLIST 1. Horixon feat. Else Born - Every Turn (Joseph Ashworth Remix) 2. Horixon feat. Else Born - Every Turn (Joseph Ashworth Extended Remix) 3. Horixon feat. Else Born - Every Turn (Joseph Ashworth Night Vision) FIND ESKIMO RECORDINGS ONLINE AT: http://www.eskimorecordings.be http://soundcloud.com/eskimorecordings https://open.spotify.com/user/eskimorecordings http://www.youtube.com/eskimorecordings http://www.facebook.com/eskimorecordings http://twitter.com/eskimorecords https://www.instagram.com/eskimorecordings/ FIND HORIXON ONLINE AT: https://www.facebook.com/Horixon/ https://twitter.com/HorixonX

  • Satin Jackets - Solar Nights [Album Mini Mix]
    Eskimo Recordings
    04:36
    Disco
    7,176

    ‘Solar Nights’ is the long awaited second album from German nu-disco star Tim Bernhardt, aka Satin Jackets. Released on Eskimo Recordings this April, ‘Solar Nights’ follows on from Bernhardt’s critically acclaimed, and Gold certified, debut LP ‘Panorama Pacifico’ and features 14 tracks of smooth disco and leftfield pop sounds with guest appearances from the likes of Future Classic’s Panama, David Harks, Niya Wells, Emma Brammer and Anduze. The global success of ‘Panorama Pacifico’ has seen Bernhardt coaxed out from his remote studio in one of Germany’s ancient forests to play to fans across the world, from South Korea to Mexico and beyond, experiences that inspired both the album itself and its title, ‘Solar Nights’. “In recent years the world’s become smaller, a more inter-connected place. It can be dark and cold here, with snow all around, and the next day I can be playing to people on a beach. Somewhere on the planet it's always daytime or summer, but beyond that day and night just blend into each other these days,” Tim explains. “We have daytime discos so you can go and party while the sun is still high in the sky, and you can go and hit the gym at night. Be it day or night, Satin Jackets is your soundtrack.” And what a soundtrack it is, from the first chords of opening ‘Welcome Back’ it’s clear we’re in safe hands here, the warm pads, delicate guitars and pianos providing the perfect introduction to the album. Whether it’s the slow burning seductive pop of tracks like ‘Just Like You’, piano led house tracks like ‘String It Again’, the Balearic haze of ‘All For You’ or bonafide hits like the Nordic inspired ‘Northern Lights’ and ‘Mirage’ that between them have already scored well over 10 million streams across streaming platforms, ‘Solar Nights’ takes everything we loved from ‘Panorama Pacifico’ and polishes it to an ultra high sheen. And in an age when rough and raw production is seen as an easy shorthand for authenticity, Tim’s love of über-smooth production has made him an unlikely iconoclast, “I had always been fascinated by how glossy people like Nile Rodgers made their music,” he reveals. “It always sounded like the musical equivalent of a fashion magazine’s cover. I’d been making more underground music for a while but really wanted to go in totally the other direction and instead create a really smooth, polished sound.” That obsession with sonic fidelity shines through across every track on ‘Solar Nights’, and the years since his debut was released have been well spent perfecting his craft. “Even in just the last couple of years I’ve made some big changes in how I produce music. Compared to my debut, everything under the hood has changed here,” he explains. “Every day, with every production, I’m learning new things and when I listen to these new tracks, the depth in the mixes, the clarity, I like to think of ‘Solar Nights’ as Satin Jackets but in 3D.“ From wanting to recreate the sound of magazine covers to appearing on them, the past few years has been quite some journey for the still enigmatic producer. The man behind the golden mask may prefer to stay out of sight but ‘Solar Nights’ reveals him to be fully in control, producing music that reflects the glamour and glitz of 70s Manhattan, artfully updated for the 21st century. TRACKLIST 1. Welcome Back 2. Just Like You 3. Automatic (feat. Panama) 4. Northern Lights (feat. David Harks) 5. String It Again 6. Mirage 7. Shadow Of You (feat. David Harks) 8. Primordial (feat. Niya Wells) 9. Still Not Forgotten 10. Take It From Me (feat. Emma Brammer) 11. Athena (feat. Anduze) 12. Don’t Go (feat. NTEIBINT) 13. All For You 14. Through The Night (feat. David Harks) http://satin-jackets.com http://www.eskimorecordings.be

  • Franz Matthews & Local Suicide - Tutan Jamon (1001 Nights Vocal Version)
    Eskimo Recordings
    05:50
    Electronic
    2,931

    Having previously featured on Eskimo Recordings' 2018 compilation 'The Purple Collection’ as one half of Languages, Franz Matthews returns to the label alongside fellow Berliners Local Suicide with 'Meditation / Tutan Jamon', 2 tracks of heady disco that join the dots between the German capital and the sun soaked souks of North Africa. Tutan Jamon premièred by https://soundcloud.com/discobelle -> http://www.discobelle.net/2019/03/14/premiere-franz-matthews-local-suicide-tutan-jamon-1001-nights-mix/ Despite living on the same street for 4 years Franz Matthews and Brax Moody and Vamparela from Local Suicide only met recently through their common friend Sam Berdah (Days of Being Wild, Club Bizarre). Making up for lost time, the trio soon found themselves bonding in the studio, digging into their love of both the esoteric and travelling, and together channelled those passions into 2 spiritually infused numbers. 'Meditation'was the first result of this inspired partnership, appropriately recorded at the same time that Matthews was also recording music for a meditation app, and features a freeform stream of consciousness from Vamparela over a suitably hypnotic backing of wistful guitars and breezy rhythms. 'Tutan Jamon' meanwhile shares its DNA with recent Eskimo releases by the likes of Simple Symmetry and SHMLSS, the track built around a couple of very Egyptian influenced riffs and comes in two distinct versions. Between his production studio MOWD, his duo Languages, and his solo electronic project, Franz Matthews keeps himself busy. Making Berlin his hometown for the past 5 years, the Franco-German producer and DJ has always kept one hand in the Indie Dance world, while the other wanders in more Psychedelic Pop realms, a winning combination that's seen him release music on imprints such as Eskimo Recordings, Days of Being Wild, Rockets & Ponies. Local Suicide, aka DJs and producers Brax Moody and Vamparela, meanwhile have made a name for themselves putting on some of the most infamous underground parties Berlin has to offer, running their acclaimed blog and still finding time to make waves with their productions, a wild fusion of new wave, acid, slow techno and post-disco that has seen them work with the likes of Rodion, Mijo and Curses in recent years. FIND ESKIMO RECORDINGS ONLINE AT: http://www.eskimorecordings.be https://www.facebook.com/eskimorecordings https://twitter.com/eskimorecords https://soundcloud.com/eskimorecordings FIND LOCAL SUICIDE ONLINE AT: https://www.localsuicide.com http://facebook.com/localsuicide http://twitter.com/localsuicide http://instagram.com/localsuicide https://soundcloud.com/localsuicide FIND FRANZ MATTHEWS ONLINE AT: https://soundcloud.com/franz-matthews https://www.facebook.com/franzmatthews https://www.instagram.com/franz_matthews/ https://twitter.com/franz_matthews

  • Franz Matthews & Local Suicide - Tutan Jamon
    Eskimo Recordings
    05:12
    Electronic
    3,826

    Having previously featured on Eskimo Recordings' 2018 compilation 'The Purple Collection’ as one half of Languages, Franz Matthews returns to the label alongside fellow Berliners Local Suicide with 'Meditation / Tutan Jamon', 2 tracks of heady disco that join the dots between the German capital and the sun soaked souks of North Africa. Tutan Jamon premièred by https://soundcloud.com/magnetic-magazine -> https://www.magneticmag.com/2019/03/premiere-franz-matthews-local-suicide-tutan-jamon-eskimo-recordings/ Despite living on the same street for 4 years Franz Matthews and Brax Moody and Vamparela from Local Suicide only met recently through their common friend Sam Berdah (Days of Being Wild, Club Bizarre). Making up for lost time, the trio soon found themselves bonding in the studio, digging into their love of both the esoteric and travelling, and together channelled those passions into 2 spiritually infused numbers. 'Meditation'was the first result of this inspired partnership, appropriately recorded at the same time that Matthews was also recording music for a meditation app, and features a freeform stream of consciousness from Vamparela over a suitably hypnotic backing of wistful guitars and breezy rhythms. 'Tutan Jamon' meanwhile shares its DNA with recent Eskimo releases by the likes of Simple Symmetry and SHMLSS, the track built around a couple of very Egyptian influenced riffs and comes in two distinct versions. Between his production studio MOWD, his duo Languages, and his solo electronic project, Franz Matthews keeps himself busy. Making Berlin his hometown for the past 5 years, the Franco-German producer and DJ has always kept one hand in the Indie Dance world, while the other wanders in more Psychedelic Pop realms, a winning combination that's seen him release music on imprints such as Eskimo Recordings, Days of Being Wild, Rockets & Ponies. Local Suicide, aka DJs and producers Brax Moody and Vamparela, meanwhile have made a name for themselves putting on some of the most infamous underground parties Berlin has to offer, running their acclaimed blog and still finding time to make waves with their productions, a wild fusion of new wave, acid, slow techno and post-disco that has seen them work with the likes of Rodion, Mijo and Curses in recent years. FIND ESKIMO RECORDINGS ONLINE AT: http://www.eskimorecordings.be https://www.facebook.com/eskimorecordings https://twitter.com/eskimorecords https://soundcloud.com/eskimorecordings FIND LOCAL SUICIDE ONLINE AT: https://www.localsuicide.com http://facebook.com/localsuicide http://twitter.com/localsuicide http://instagram.com/localsuicide https://soundcloud.com/localsuicide FIND FRANZ MATTHEWS ONLINE AT: https://soundcloud.com/franz-matthews https://www.facebook.com/franzmatthews https://www.instagram.com/franz_matthews/ https://twitter.com/franz_matthews

  • Franz Matthews & Local Suicide - Meditation (Original Mix)
    Eskimo Recordings
    05:22
    Disco
    3,504

    https://soundcloud.com/resident-advisor: "Acid-flecked, desert rock-informed nu disco made at the same time that Matthews was recording music for a meditation app, "Meditation" is both propulsive and zen." https://www.residentadvisor.net/tracks/948501 Having previously featured on Eskimo Recordings' 2018 compilation 'The Purple Collection’ as one half of Languages, Franz Matthews returns to the label alongside fellow Berliners Local Suicide with the 'Meditation / Tutan Jamon', 2 tracks of heady disco that join the dots between the German capital and the sun soaked souks of North Africa. Despite living on the same street for 4 years Franz Matthews and Brax Moody and Vamparela from Local Suicide only met recently through their common friend Sam Berdah (Days of Being Wild, Club Bizarre). Making up for lost time, the trio soon found themselves bonding in the studio, digging into their love of both the esoteric and travelling, and together channelled those passions into 2 spiritually infused numbers. 'Meditation'was the first result of this inspired partnership, appropriately recorded at the same time that Matthews was also recording music for a meditation app, and features a freeform stream of consciousness from Vamparela over a suitably hypnotic backing of wistful guitars and breezy rhythms. 'Tutan Jamon' meanwhile shares its DNA with recent Eskimo releases by the likes of Simple Symmetry and SHMLSS, the track built around a couple of very Egyptian influenced riffs and comes in two distinct versions. Between his production studio MOWD, his duo Languages, and his solo electronic project, Franz Matthews keeps himself busy. Making Berlin his hometown for the past 5 years, the Franco-German producer and DJ has always kept one hand in the Indie Dance world, while the other wanders in more Psychedelic Pop realms, a winning combination that's seen him release music on imprints such as Eskimo Recordings, Days of Being Wild, Rockets & Ponies. Local Suicide, aka DJs and producers Brax Moody and Vamparela, meanwhile have made a name for themselves putting on some of the most infamous underground parties Berlin has to offer, running their acclaimed blog and still finding time to make waves with their productions, a wild fusion of new wave, acid, slow techno and post-disco that has seen them work with the likes of Rodion, Mijo and Curses in recent years. FIND ESKIMO RECORDINGS ONLINE AT: http://www.eskimorecordings.be https://www.facebook.com/eskimorecordings https://twitter.com/eskimorecords https://soundcloud.com/eskimorecordings FIND LOCAL SUICIDE ONLINE AT: https://www.localsuicide.com http://facebook.com/localsuicide http://twitter.com/localsuicide http://instagram.com/localsuicide https://soundcloud.com/localsuicide FIND FRANZ MATTHEWS ONLINE AT: https://soundcloud.com/franz-matthews https://www.facebook.com/franzmatthews https://www.instagram.com/franz_matthews/ https://twitter.com/franz_matthews

  • Franz Matthews & Local Suicide - Meditation
    Eskimo Recordings
    03:46
    Disco
    6,718

    Having previously featured on Eskimo Recordings' 2018 compilation 'The Purple Collection’ as one half of Languages, Franz Matthews returns to the label alongside fellow Berliners Local Suicide with 'Meditation / Tutan Jamon', 2 tracks of heady disco that join the dots between the German capital and the sun soaked souks of North Africa. Despite living on the same street for 4 years Franz Matthews and Brax Moody and Vamparela from Local Suicide only met recently through their common friend Sam Berdah (Days of Being Wild, Club Bizarre). Making up for lost time, the trio soon found themselves bonding in the studio, digging into their love of both the esoteric and travelling, and together channelled those passions into 2 spiritually infused numbers. 'Meditation'was the first result of this inspired partnership, appropriately recorded at the same time that Matthews was also recording music for a meditation app, and features a freeform stream of consciousness from Vamparela over a suitably hypnotic backing of wistful guitars and breezy rhythms. 'Tutan Jamon' meanwhile shares its DNA with recent Eskimo releases by the likes of Simple Symmetry and SHMLSS, the track built around a couple of very Egyptian influenced riffs and comes in two distinct versions. Between his production studio MOWD, his duo Languages, and his solo electronic project, Franz Matthews keeps himself busy. Making Berlin his hometown for the past 5 years, the Franco-German producer and DJ has always kept one hand in the Indie Dance world, while the other wanders in more Psychedelic Pop realms, a winning combination that's seen him release music on imprints such as Eskimo Recordings, Days of Being Wild, Rockets & Ponies. Local Suicide, aka DJs and producers Brax Moody and Vamparela, meanwhile have made a name for themselves putting on some of the most infamous underground parties Berlin has to offer, running their acclaimed blog and still finding time to make waves with their productions, a wild fusion of new wave, acid, slow techno and post-disco that has seen them work with the likes of Rodion, Mijo and Curses in recent years. FIND ESKIMO RECORDINGS ONLINE AT: http://www.eskimorecordings.be https://www.facebook.com/eskimorecordings https://twitter.com/eskimorecords https://soundcloud.com/eskimorecordings FIND LOCAL SUICIDE ONLINE AT: https://www.localsuicide.com http://facebook.com/localsuicide http://twitter.com/localsuicide http://instagram.com/localsuicide https://soundcloud.com/localsuicide FIND FRANZ MATTHEWS ONLINE AT: https://soundcloud.com/franz-matthews https://www.facebook.com/franzmatthews https://www.instagram.com/franz_matthews/ https://twitter.com/franz_matthews

  • Cavego - Hunderfossen
    Eskimo Recordings
    03:59
    Disco
    19,329

    Following on from his acclaimed debut EP 'Gudbrandsdalen' on Eskimo Recordings last November, Norwegian producer Cavego returns with a new single and companion piece to that release, 'Hunderfossen'. Named after, recorded in and about the world famous Gudbrandsdalen Valley, where Cavego spent much of his childhood, 'Hunderfossen' follows that lead, this time taking inspiration from the eponymous Norwegian theme park. With more hands in the air moments than your average rollercoaster 'Hunderfossen' channels the spirit of the theme park's thrills and attractions into a playful slice of Scandi-Disco. A bright and bouncy counterpoint to the more thoughtful and melancholy air of 'Gudbrandsdalen' the track also features Cavego's girlfriend providing a spoken word commentary on the "hairy troll in carousel", which will of course make perfect sense to all theme park loving Scandiphiles. With the 'Gudbrandsdalen' EP firmly establishing him as one of the most exciting new talents to emerge from Norway's Cosmic Disco scene, this Spring sees Cavego taking his collection of vintage synths on the road with a series of live shows in Norway, Sweden and then in May taking his beautifully frosty songs to Mexico for the first time. Find CAVEGO online: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5mF9jb0at58HIWigwZCuQx https://twitter.com/cavegoofficial https://www.facebook.com/pg/cavegomusic Find ESKIMO RECORDINGS online: http://www.eskimorecordings.be https://www.facebook.com/eskimorecordings https://twitter.com/eskimorecords https://soundcloud.com/eskimorecordings CATCH CAVEGO ON TOUR March 1st / Landmark - Bergen, Norway March 2nd / Samfundet - Trondheim, Norway May 3rd / Casa Sumerio - Puebla, Mexico May 4th / Bar Oriente - Mexico City, Mexico

  • Monte - Close To Me
    Eskimo Recordings
    06:22
    Disco
    11,715

    Supported by: Purple Disco Machine, Tensnake, DJ Larse, ShirKhan, Kolombo, Phil Fuldner and many more. Making his debut on Eskimo Recordings in 2019 with 'Close To Me' is Hamburg based producer Monte. A hard hitting house track that drips with 80s attitude and funk, it follows on from his remixes for the likes of Amine Edge and Purple Disco Machine and acclaimed singles for some of dance music's most respected labels including Exploited, Jeudi and Disclosure's Method Records. https://soundcloud.com/monte-musik "It all started with the bass-line," Monte explains. "People know my early work for being bass line driven and this one is no exception. A good friend of mine said: No matter what you do, you'll always come back to your first love, and in my case it was funk! "Close To Me" marks the return of the Monte Funk sound, refined, straight to the bone. This one goes out to the ones who always believed that their lover is the chosen one, and fought hard for it, and have been rewarded with a long lasting relationship." As a leading figure on Hamburg's music scene Monte was able to call in some serious support to bring 'Close To Me' to life including keyboard player/producer Simon Grey, whose credits include work with Bootsy Collins, Elton John, Incognito & Jamiroquai and songwriter Paul Cless. The result is another winning addition to Monte's ever-growing discography that recalls the likes of Leon Sylvers III, D-Train, Harold Faltermeyer, and even the works of Jam & Lewis for artists like Janet Jackson and The Time. Premiered by https://soundcloud.com/xystmcr -> http://xystmcr.co.uk/monte-returns-with-close-to-me-on-eskimo-recordings/ FIND MONTE ONLINE AT: https://www.facebook.com/MonteMusik/ https://soundcloud.com/monte-musik https://twitter.com/MonteMusik https://open.spotify.com/artist/7KbOjYkvz8Jxhy7qJfN5YT FIND ESKIMO RECORDINGS ONLINE AT: http://www.eskimorecordings.be http://soundcloud.com/eskimorecordings https://open.spotify.com/user/eskimorecordings http://www.youtube.com/eskimorecordings http://www.facebook.com/eskimorecordings http://twitter.com/eskimorecords https://www.instagram.com/eskimorecordings/