Ford Car Campaign x Shadow dancer

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We are proud to show you the new official Ford Car Spot for Colombia Soth America. Ford Car used “Supertoys” from Shadow Dancer “Brothers in Arps” Album for their new Campaign. Watch the result here:

PREVIEW: KMRT – Conquer EP (GN074)

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GN074

Artist: KMRT
Titel: Conquer EP
Cat.: GN074
Format: digital only
Release Date: 03.11.2014

Tracklist:
01. Conquer (Original Mix)
02. Anxiety (S-File Edit)
03. Anxiety (Original Mix)
04. Relieve (Original Mix)

Turbo Turbo – October 14 Mix

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Tracklist:
David Inexacte – Universe Is Calling U
Patrice Baumel – Vertigo
Funk D’Void – Pepis (Strip Steve Basement Mix)
Gingy feat. Starving Yet Full – RAPT (Serge & Tyrell Dub)
Dexter – Jack VIP
Alan Fitzpatrick – Confessions Of A Wanted Man (Benjamin Damage Remix)
Maan – Burn
Mental Resonance – Birth Of Omega Century
KMRT – Conquer
Shadow Dancer – Trust
Electric Violence – Symbiosis (Messiahwaits Remix)
Nikola Gala – Off White
Mark Broom & Gary Beck – Red
Andreas Gehm – HKX
Laurent Garnier – desufnoC

The Baron Of Techno drops electro

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At this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event, Dave Clarke will be involved with four panels, with topics ranging from opinions on music to global clubbing. Clarke is often hard to miss at ADE. He tends to be the most outspoken person in the room, and rightfully so: he started DJing in the mid-’80s and has been consuming electronic music ever since. He built his reputation in the ’90s through a series of belligerent productions, including his 1995 album Archive One, which is considered a techno classic. His DJ career followed a similar trajectory, with Clarke building a reputation as a fearsome selector who brought a sense of hip-hop showmanship to his performances.

He was one of the few DJs to appear regularly on the BBC radio shows of John Peel, the late broadcaster who, like Clarke, took an uncompromising attitude to his craft. Clarke is less focussed on studio work these days, but he keeps a presence on the airwaves through White Noise, a radio show he records from his Amsterdam base that has so far chalked up 457 episodes.

For all of his achievements in clubs, on radio and in the studio, it’s been Clarke’s mix CDs that have arguably done the most to secure his status. In particular his two World Service mixes, released in 2001 and 2005 respectively, are seen as masterpieces of the form. For his RA podcast we asked Clarke for an electro mix as a nod to World Service—the mixes were famously divided into a techno disc and an electro disc. He sent us almost 90 minutes of twitchy, syncopated sounds that bear the hallmarks of his classic explorations of the style.

Download and Listen HERE

Tracklist
The Clash – London calling (RadicalG remix)
Millimetric – Negative Leaders (The Horrorist remix)
The Hacker – A Thousand Time (Perspects remix)
Sindrome – J’prends Tous Les Avions Aui S’écrasent (ADAN & ILSE remix)
Autokratz – Push (Mr Magnetik Rmx)
Lectromagnetique – She
dynArec – The Courteous Mercenary
Pip Williams – Ulterior Motives
Djedjotronic – Traffic
Black Smith Craft – Noises at Night
Anthony Rother – Automat
Fleck ESC – Stepping Away
Mr Magnetik – Night Wolves (DeFeKT remix)
The Exaltics – Ten Days (Sync 24 Remix)
RXmode – Tears
Dez Williams – le claqueurs
Anthony Rother – Momentum
Commuter – Digital Memories Part 1
Simulacra – Enantiodromia
The Exaltics – The Way Out
Mazzula – Sat-ur-dee Night
Umwelt – Evolution Stellaire
Kitbuilder – City Of The Damned (Radioactive Man Rmx)
Mazzula – Sleeping Dragon
Adan & Ilse – By The Way (remix by NÖVÖ)
I Am Kloot – These Days (Dave Clarke Remix)
Placebo – Scene Of the Crime (Dave Clarke Remix)

OUT NOW: Shadow Dancer – Brothers in Arps (Album) (GNCD001)

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CD & Digital Release Date: 10.10.2014

01. Trust
02. Shake Feat. David AKZ (Album Version)
03. Manhunter
04. Matta (Album Version)
05. Help Center
06. Strut
07. The Light
08. Hydrate (Album Version)
09. Black Fox
10. Breakable
11. Haunted
12. Unspeakable Things
13. Racine
14. Supertoys
15. The Gift (CD Bonus Track)

Shadow Dancer, two brothers with a love of old synths (particularly ones that arpegiate) and strong coffee, have been releasing music together since 2006. After releasing their debut album ‘Golden Traxe’ on Boysnoize Records in 2009, they have gone on to release tracks on Turbo Recordings, Unknown To The Unknown, Balkan Vinyl and, of course, GND Records. We now present to you their second album: ‘Brothers in Arps’. This album is the culmination of two and a half years of work in the studio from the Farrier brothers. The album kicks off with ‘Trust’, with sounds of FM synths slowly coming out of hibernation to a groove-laden IDM vibe. Then it’s straight into ‘Shake’, Shadow Dancer’s first  ever vocal collaboration and the flyer single for the album (which came with fantastic remixes from The Hacker, Vin Sol and Posthuman). 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 riff that you hopefully will be unable to stop shaking your body to. Next is ‘Manhunter’, a sleazy slice of italo-disco which constantly mutates with increasing intensity until it drags you back to it’s catchy main theme. A track from last year’s ‘Hydrate’ EP (released on Unknown To The Unknown) follows: ‘MATTA’ is an addictive bit of acid with a vocal nagging about ‘matter…energy…dimension…or time’. It appears here in an exclusive remixed form. Then comes ‘Help Center’ a reflective piece of electronica with eerie arpeggiating synths and warm bass. ‘Strut’ follows, a storming, throbbing techno track, which will appear as a single later in the year with remixes. The first half of the album is rounded of by ‘The Light’ a beautiful ambient interlude that recalls Angelo Badalamenti and which demonstrates Shadow Dancer’s versatility and the sheer range of influences that went into making this album. The second half kicks off with ‘Hydrate’, a jacking house track which was the lead track from last year’s UTTU EP which was first premiered by Mixmag last September and has been Shadow Dancer’s biggest track of the last year. This is an exclusive extended version. Next is ‘Black Fox’, a very melodic slice of old school techno, which recalls early Inner City as well as Shadow Dancer’s own ‘Second City’ track from 2012. Then comes ‘Breakable’, a mutant funk track that was released on GND last summer and was remixed by
Matrixxman, Jokers of the Scene and J.Tijn. ‘Haunted’ follows, a spooky hybrid of garage and techno with wailing vocals. ‘Unspeakable Things’ is next. Originally released on GND last summer, an electro track for contortionist head-spinners, with a vocal reminiscing about doing “all sorts of unspeakable things on the dancefloor’. This was recently remixed to great effect by Paul Mac, Dave Tarrida and joeFarr. ‘Racine’ is a track that Shadow Dancer have been playing to devastating effect in their DJ sets for the past few years and has remained anonymous…until now – a frantic mix of cut up vocals and disco hooks. ‘Supertoys’ rounds of ‘Brothers in Arps’, a wistful piece of electronica to take you off somewhere special.

Buy Digital Here (Juno)

Buy CD Here (GND Record Store)

 

The DJ’s say (Selection):

Boys Noize: congrats on the new album x”

Mark Broom: Trust.Help Centre.The Light. LOVE these! Good work lads:)”

Funk D’Void: “great to finally see these out! 10/10 congrats boys, I’m proud of ya The Light still gives me goosebumps every time I hear it…plus the new tracks I haven’t heard before are fantastic, keep it up and get those unfinished tracks finished….

Tensnake: looking forward to this thank you”

Phon.O (50Weapons): great album. and cool artwork. like it a lot. cheers.”

DJ Feadz (Ed Banger): Big Up Bros !8888888!8!!!!!! many xxxxxxxx”

Fake Blood: Always liked “Hydrate” – great tune. But for me “Trust” and “The Light” are the faves on here. Really good.”

Sinden: Loads of stuff id play on here! Album flows nicely!”

Mixhell: killah record!”

Ben Mono: great release, hard to pick a favorite.”

Jokers of the Scene:“ 5 Stars without listening. About to pour out my own black cup of coffee, sit back and eagerly enjoy the arpeggiations

The Japanese Popstars: Big fans of Shadow Dancer, the album sounds great on first listen”

David Carretta: beautifull, full support ! thanks”

Sharooz: 5 stars of course. A modern day Leftism”

Louisahhh: THE DARKNESS RISES LIKE (BLACK) CREAM TO THE TOP”

Dr Motte: “shadow dancer comes here with a great electronic album with full of variations of styles and soundz almost like a compilation. I love acid on “matta”! strut is a killer too! play & full support!

 

Media Feedback (Selection):

Mixmag UK: Album Review November Edition

B. Traits (BBC Radio 1): Album Airplay

Coco Cole (CapitalXtra London): Album Airplay

Andi Durrant (Capital FM): Album Airplay

Sinden (Kiss FM London): Album Airplay + Shadow Dancer Guest DJ Mix

Das Kapital (5FM South Africa): Album Airplay + Shadow Dancer Guest DJ Mix

Carolina Limon (91.5 EXA FM Mexico): Album Airplay

Mr Spring (RTE 2FM): Album Airplay

Sirkus Sirkuz Radio Show (RTE 2FM): Album Airplay & Interview

Doc Jones (92.5 FM Germany): Album Airplay + Shadow Dancer Guest DJ Mix

Harder Blogger Faster Blog: Album Review

Wickedstyle Blog: Album Review

OUT NOW: Jensen Interceptor & Craig Williams – Divide (GN073)

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GN073

Jensen Interceptor & Craig Williams – Divide (GN073)

Digital Release Date: 06.10.2014

01.Divide (Original Mix)

02. Disk Method (Original Mix)

Support by Jon Convex, Zombie Nation, Thomas Schumacher, Mamiko Motto, Sharooz, David Carretta, Djedjotronic, Mixhell, Monsieur Monsieur, Shadow Dancer, S-File, Turbo Turbo, Ben Mono, Chicago Loop, Louisahhh, Al Ferrox, Dave Tarrida, Kaptain Cadillac, Les Petits Pilous, Dimitri Veimar, Blatta & Inesha, Don Rimini, Molecule..

We are proud to have music from Australia and LA on GND Records. Jensen Interceptor produced a massive Single with his old friend Craig Williams from Los Angeles for GND. Jensen’s past releases on Boys Noize Trax, Motorik and his new label with Jon Convex (INTL.C), goes straight into the box of many top Disc Jockeys. The man from Los Angeles California Craig Williams released on labels like Relief in collaboration with Green Velvet, Motorik and Discobelle. Divide and Disk Method are the brand new massive tunes from the guys. We are sure that one track from the release will find the way into your Sets!

Buy Here (Beatport)

The DJ’s say (Selection):

Zombie Nation: I <3 modulars & step sequencers

Thomas Schumacher: Brilliant!!! Full support. Thanks.

Djedjotronic: Awesome release!! Divide is the one i’ll play

Mixhell: HELL yeah!

Shadow Dancer: 2 bleepy stormers, ‘Disk Method’ is my favourite of the two, it has an almost prog hypnotic feel to it.

David Carretta: fuck yeah !! love it !!

Ben Mono: loving DIVIDE. Great stuff here

Dave Tarrida: looooovvvee disk method.

Louisahhh: Great job from 2 dear, super talented friends

Thump/ Vice Feature: Klick Here

 

PREVIEW: Jensen Interceptor & Craig Williams – Divide // Disk Method (GN073)

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GN073

Artist: Jensen Interceptor & Craig Williams
Titel: Divide // Disk Method
Label: GND Records
Catlog: GN073
Format: digital only
Release Date: 06.10.2014

We are proud to have music from Australia and LA on GND Records. Jensen Interceptor produced a massive Single with his old friend Craig Williams from Los Angeles for GND. Jensen’s past releases on Boys Noize Trax, Motorik and his new label with Jon Convex (INTL.C), goes straight into the box of many top Disc Jockeys. The man from Los Angeles California Craig Williams released on labels like Relief in collaboration with Green Velvet, Motorik and Discobelle. Divide and Disk Method are the brand new massive tunes from the guys. We are sure that one track from the release will find the way into your Sets!

Support by Jon Convex, Zombie Nation, Thomas Schumacher, Mamiko Motto , Sharooz, David Carretta, Djedjotronic, Mixhell, Monsieur Monsieur, Shadow Dancer, S-File, Turbo Turbo, Ben Mono, Chicago Loop, Louisahhh…