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Out Now On Vinyl – Ravage White Series 004

Artist: Induction
Remixers: Zadig, Birth of Frequency, As Patria, Samuli Kemppi, Tadeo
Title: Liturgical Hymns Remixes
Format: 12” VINYL + digital
Label: Ravage White Series
Catalogue: RWS004
Release Date: 20 April 2018
Distribution: N.E.W.S. distribution

Tracklist:
A1: Theological Explanation (Zadig remix)
A2: Epitrachelion (Birth of Frequency remix)

B1: Oxygen Swamp (As Patria remix)
B2: Back in my Amnesia (Samuli Kemppi remix)
B3: Theological Explanation (Tadeo remix)

 

 

Induction’s Remix EP can be considered as a true Ravage family affair. The EP starts and ends with takes on Theological Explanation; Tadeo delivers an hypnotic version with a lot of drive, and – it may sound counterintuitive – Zadig dives into the deep as well, with an outstanding, euphoric and ethereal mix. Both tracks turn out to be quite true-to-self reworks of the offbeat original. On A2, Birth of Frequency altered the ambient intro Epitrachelion into a soft, melodic, functional electro track that oozes refinement and a bit nostalgic comfort.

The B-side starts with As Patria’s signature sound, giving a new interpretation to a previously unreleased production called Oxygen Swamp. Melancholic hisses, softly rattling hats and light synth-work all contribute to the overall feeling of their remix. The same goes for Samuli Kemppi, who took on Back in my Amnesia, giving it the ghetto-house-treatment, indulged with rave influences.

Played and supported by: Laurent Garnier, DVS1, Marcel Dettmann, Rødhåd, Dax J, Chris Liebing, Speedy J, Shifted, Kr!z, Henning Baer, Freddy K, Francois X, Svreca, Terence Fixmer, Norman Nodge, Cassegrain, Etapp Kyle, Antigone, Electric Indigo, Developer, Subjected, Jonas Kopp, Jeroen Search, DJ Hyperactive, Eric Cloutier, Drumcell, Truncate, Takaaki Itoh, Sandrien, Colin Dale, Nihad Tule, Tensal, Exium, Dimi Angelis, Amotik, PVS, Benjamin Damage, Samuel L Session, Vincent Neumann, Juho Kusti, Claire Morgan, Aiken, Volte-Face, Wrong Assessment,  Joachim Spieth, Donor, Alfredo Mazzilli and more.

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Induction’s Remix EP can be considered as a true Ravage family affair. The EP starts and ends with takes on Theological Explanation; Tadeo delivers an hypnotic version with a lot of drive, and – it may sound counterintuitive – Zadig dives into the deep as well, with an outstanding, euphoric and ethereal mix. Both tracks turn out to be quite true-to-self reworks of the offbeat original. On A2, Birth of Frequency altered the ambient intro Epitrachelion into a soft, melodic, functional electro track that oozes refinement and a bit nostalgic comfort.

The B-side starts with As Patria’s signature sound, giving a new interpretation to a previously unreleased production called Oxygen Swamp. Melancholic hisses, softly rattling hats and light synth-work all contribute to the overall feeling of their remix. The same goes for Samuli Kemppi, who took on Back in my Amnesia, giving it the ghetto-house-treatment, indulged with rave influences.

Release Date 20 April 2018 – 12″ Vinyl / Digital

Ravage Induction Zadig Tadeo Samuli Kemppi Birth of Frequency As Patria

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Out Now On Vinyl – Reclaim Your City 001

Artist: Various Artists
Title: Berlin_Paris 1.0
Label: Reclaim Your City
Catalogue: RYC001
Format: 12” VINYL
Release Date: 4 December 2014
Distribution: Decks (D)

Tracklist:
A1: Subjected – Nordkiez No4.
A2: Blind Observatory – Beneath A Steel Sky
B1: Antigone – Blank Slate
B2: Zadig – The 700 Steps Of Sleep

Originally a weekly broadcast radio show on the Dutch-based XT3 Radio, Reclaim Your City (RYC) gained its reputation as a highly acclaimed podcast series with its headquarters in Berlin. Since 2012, eighty-eight podcasts have been published from some of the biggest names in contemporary techno, Jeroen Search, Adriana Lopez, Fabrizio Lapiana, Exium and Jonas Kopp to name a few. With such success through its podcast series, RYC has decided to take matters to the next level and establish a label using its powerful concept as a platform.

Constantly gaining momentum and strength, techno epicenters have erupted from under the surface showcasing talent from across the globe. With each release RYC will exhibit two influential cities in the underground techno sphere by carefully selecting two artists from each region who exemplify modern style as well as the vision of RYC. In combination with a strong passion for art, each release will feature original artwork based around minimal and obscure atmospheres influenced by the architecture of the featured city or region.

For its first release RYC has decided to showcase Berlin and Paris, two cities historically known for placing great significance and expertise on the genre. Berlin, consistently home to a resonating techno culture, competes here with Paris who has been on the rise from beneath its bourgeois history. For this special first release Zadig and Antigone have been chosen to represent Parisian techno, as Blind Observatory and Subjected will in full support of Berlin.

Bringing us the first track on the EP is founder of Vault Series, Subjected, a mythical yet distinctive figure in the Berlin scene. “Nordkiez – No. 4” is a heavy-hitter, escalating straight to the point hooking the listener with the drop of the needle. Common to the Subjected style, raw climaxing chords mingle with an echoing bass to send you straight to the dance floor. The second track on Side-A, “Beneath a Steel Sky” from Blind Observatory, brings you deep into another dimension with smooth spatial sounds that combine with piercing oscillations keeping the mind alerted. Yet again flying under the radar not offering much about his identity but a lot about his personality.

Both artists on Side-B hail from Parisian label Construct Re-Form, Antigone and label owner Zadig bring to us each an elegant exemplary of the label’s perspective. Antigone’s “Blank Slate” features a resonating variant melody, climaxing to a heavy bass with divergent static to catch the wandering ear. The final track on the EP by Zadig, “The 700 Steps of Sleep,” opens with a booming bass and ever so slowly crescendos into a foreshadowing array of mysterious reverberations.

This is just the beginning of an impressive journey for RYC; the collection will become a true celebration of underground techno around the globe.

Played and supported by Marcel Dettmann, DVS1, Speedy J, Ben Sims, Dj Pete, Jonas Kopp, Dj Deep, Inigo Kennedy, Pfirter, Pär Grindvik, Samuli Kemppi, Svreca, Jeroen Search, Kr!z, Max_M, Kobosil, Dustin Zahn, Alex.Do, Giorgio Gigli, Abstract Division, I/Y, NX1, Francois X, Eric Cloutier, Exium, Donor, Héctor Oaks, Electric Indigo, Fabrizio Lapiana, Thomas Hessler, Milton Bradley, Kwartz, Takaaki Itoh, Annie Hall, Lenny Posso, Benjamin Damage, Angel Molina, Forward Strategy Group, Nima Khak, Freddy K, PVS, Aiken, Iori, Bruno Sacco, Andrea Belluzzi, Adriana Lopez, Arnaud Le Texier, Paul Mac, Bas Mooy, J.C., Juho Kusti and more.