PREVIEW: Shadow Dancer Feat. David AKZ – Shake

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1. Radio Edit
2. The Hacker Remix
3. Vin Sol Remix
4. Posthuman Remix
5. Club Version

To prepare you for Shadow Dancer’s second album ‘Brothers In Arps’, to be released on GND Records in September, here is their new single, a collaboration with David AKZ (Autokratz, Bad Life). First up, we have we have the radio edit of the vocal version of ‘Shake’, Shadow Dancer’s first ever vocal collaboration. Bad Life Records’ David AKZ provides a wonderfully spooky Gahan-esque vocal and lyric involving black hearts, despairing ‘vultures’ and voices from another land (possibly heard only within his own head). We have no idea what it means but it’s strapped on to an insistent Detroit techno hook that you won’t be able to get out of your head! Next we have one of GND Records’ all time favourite producers, The Hacker, who delivers a fantastic electro remix that recall Rave-era Depeche Mode and enhances the spookiness of Dave’s vocal. California’s Vin Sol (Soo Wavey) delivers a bleepy hard jacking dark dub using a few key elements of the main track to devastating effect. London’s Posthuman (Balkan Vinyl) change the pace with a hypnotic moody pitched down acid house vibe. Finally we have Shadow Dancer’s own club version with loses the vocals completely to zero in on the insistent main riff that you won’t be able to stop shaking to!

Beatport Release: 19.05.2014

Support by: Dave Clarke, Erol Alkan, Boys Noize, Jimmy Edgar, Maxime Dangles, David Carretta, Funk D’Void, Gingy, J Tijn, Mixhell, Djedjotronic, Turbo Turbo, S-File, Ben Mono, Dave Tarrida, Louisahhh, Jensen Interceptor, Dr Motte, Mumbai Science…

Ben Sims played Parklife

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Ben-Sims1Big Up to Ben Sims for playing Chambray “Parklife” in a special unreleased Instrumental Version in his last Rinse FM Mix. This Mix and a special “Yuu” Mix is coming this summer on GND Records!

Preview: Sharooz – Panorama // Tryst (GN068)

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GN068After his EP on the Australian label Modular, Sharooz is coming with a new Single on GND. Panorama is called his new release and he give us a monster analog track again. We hope that you are as much excited as we are about this new release from Sharooz! Watch him very soon for a “In the Studio” session for the Future Music Magazine to see how he works on the GND Tracks.

Beatport Release: 25.04.2014

New Shadow Dancer Album + Single

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Coming next month, the long awaited new Single from Manchester’s Shadow Dancer. “Shake” ist called the first Single from the forthcoming new Album called “Brothers in Arps” (release in September). The first Single”Shake” is coming with Vocals from David AKZ (autoKratz // Bad Life). Plus remixes from Zone Records finest The Hacker, Vin Sol and Posthuman. Previews coming soon. Stay tuned!!!


Shadow Dancer Love Acid

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A mix from SHADOW DANCER ahead of their set at I LOVE ACID Corsica Studios, London, April 12th

Altern 8 – Activ 8 (Come With Me)(Shadow Dancer Remix)[Network]
Luke Vibert – Come On Chaos [Planet Mu]
Bam Bam – Give It To Me [Westbrook]
Vin Sol & Martixxman – Moderation [UTTU]
Affie Yusuf – Nursery Time (ft. Laila) [Anecdote]
Mark Archer – Frequency (Posthuman Remix) [Balkan]
Jack Frost & The Circle Jerks – Shout [Flex]
K. Alexi Shelby – Vertigo (Re-Edit) [Transmat]
Six Brown Brothers – Battery Acid [Needle]
Lidell Townsell – Jack The House [Trax]
A Guy Called Gerald – Voodoo Ray [Rham!]
Phuture – Your Only Friend [Trax]
Farley ‘Jackmaster’ Funk – The Acid Life [House]
Aphex Twin – Windowlicker (Acid Edit) [Warp]
Shadow Dancer – Matta [UTTU]
Altern 8 – Infiltrate 202 (Altern 8 vs Astrix & Space Mix) [Network]
Syntheme – Red [Planet Mu]
The Ace Of Clubs – Classid Four [Paperplane]
Fast Eddie – Acid Thunder [DJ International]
Armando – Downfall [Trax]
Snuff Crew – Rumble 303 [Sci+Tec]
Paul Mac – 92 Way Of Acid [Teng]
Cassegrain & Tin Man – Sex Kit [Killekill]
Balil – Parasight {Rising High]
Neville Watson – Crossing The I’s [Don't Be Afraid]
Underground Resistance – Jupiter Jazz [UR]

OUT NOW: Turbo Turbo & S-File – Contact (GN067)

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GN067GN067-VINYLTurbo Turbo & S-File – Contact (GN067)

Release Date: 14.03.2014

01. Contact (Original Mix)

Support by Dave Clarke, Fatboy Slim, Brodinski, Tiga, Zombie Nation, David Carretta, Thomas Schumacher, Groove Armada, Fedde Le Grand, Housemeister, The Japanese Popstars, DJ Feadz, Sinden, Surkin, Mixhell, Shadow Dancer, Funk D’Void, Dave Tarrida, Industrialyzer, Dr Motte, Sharooz, Moonbootica, Crookers, BeatauCue, Les Petits Pilous, Mumbai Science, Sound of Stereo, The Mekanism, Meat Katie, Coco Cole (Capital Xtra LDN), Christopher Kah, Don Rimini, Nick Catchdubs…

Turbo Turbo and S-File strikes back with a new collab Track. Their last Single “Refusion” was widely supported by artists around the globe (from Dave Clarke, Jacques Lu Cont, Benjamin Damage, Soulwax, Djedjotronic, J Tijn, Shadow Dancer and Fake Blood to Groove Armada and beyond). “Contact” is called the new Single from the two GND Key Artists. A peak time track at its best. A catchy Vocal hook, warm old school piano and a smart 303 line brings the crowed out of control. Check this amazing release as usual on all digital stores and for the first time on vinyl. This release is a must have in your box!

Buy Here (Beatport) // Buy Here (Vinyl)

The DJ’s say (Selection):

Dave Clarke: Pounding !

Fatboy Slim: i’m always a sucker for a 303….

Brodinski: Big!!!

Tiga: Wsolid… ill test it out: probably will be massive

Zombie Nation: great as always

Thomas Schumacher: Drecksau diese 303!

David Carretta: Wow! – Equally good mixes and original!

Groove Armada: classy big room bizniz, yes!

Housemeister: cool

The Japanese Popstars: Another biggy, I think my fav so far from GND, am loving this label

DJ Feadz: pretty dope !

Sinden: damn this is really sick! will be playing this

Surkin: Thanks, will play it tonight!

Mixhell: killah!

Shadow Dancer: Storming heady brew of biting acid, vocal cut-ups and piano groove.

Industrialyzer: will try it out sounds promising

Funk D’Void: simply brilliant, pure acid catchiness and great stab