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2. Red Runner EP :: Wayne Snow :: Tartelet Records 2014

Red Runner EP :: Wayne Snow :: Tartelet Records 2014

Artist: Wayne Snow Title: Red Runner EP A1. Red Runner A2. Under the Blue Moon B1. Red Runner (Glenn Astro & IMYRMIND remix) B2. Red Runner (Session Victim remix) Cat.No. Tart029 Release date vinyl: July Release date digi: July Tartelet Records © 2014 DISTRIBUTED BY OYE RECORDS / ALL EARS Through ties with the likes of Glenn Astro, Muff Deep, Brandt Brauer Frick and CTEPEO ́57, Copenhagen’s Tartelet Records have become a coterie for an auspicious breed of modern-day oddball. Opting for analogue gear, the Tartelet mainstays bring together lopsided sampling and loose- limbed rhythms suffused with a distinctive degree of resistless energy. Shapeshifting with each record, the releases continue to roll behind the success of Max Graef’s ‘Rivers Of The Red Planet’ LP. The next instalment comes courtesy of a previous collaborator with Max - Nigerian born vocalist and songwriter Wayne Snow. Now a resident of Berlin and with music as his liberator - Snow stands at a comfortable vantage point where escape from a tough past is visible. Now in full flow - his first EP ‘Red Runner’ sees Snow drop a deluge of soul over grubby Rhodes tones, contorted melodies and tumbling drums backed up by remixes from Glenn Astro and Delusions of Grandeur regulars Session Victim. The title track rubs Snow’s harmonised vocal lines against choked horn stabs and chugging guitar flashes while Glenn Astro & Imyrmind inject some mangled synthesis and Session Victim pack in a rhythmically tight revision that remains pinned under a persistent 4/4 throughout. Blue Moon brings things to a close as it softly gallops like a Dilla record making use of stuttered shuffles and granular drum samples. The first of it’s kind - ‘Red Runner’ is a collaborative project between Tartelet and Comet Records. Based in Paris, Comet specialises in bringing a myriad of Afro Psych Rock sounds together and are lauded champions of the Afrobeat revival through close affiliation with such luminaries as drummer Tony Allen. A positive step for both camps - Wayne Snow’s EP is the inaugural step for a promising artist and an enlivening insight into things to come from both Comet and Tartelet.

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3. Rivers of the Red Planet ALBUM :: Max Graef :: Tartelet Records 2014

Rivers of the Red Planet ALBUM :: Max Graef :: Tartelet Records 2014

Artist: Max Graef Title: Rivers of the Red Planet Cat.No. TARTALB003 Release date vinyl: April 2014 Release date digi: May 2014 Tartelet Records © 2014 DISTRIBUTED BY !K7 Rivers of the Red Planet, Graef's first full-length and Tartelet's latest album project, takes all that wildness and refines, expands, updates and scrambles it. It's as ambitious and deviously entertaining a record as you'll hear in 2014, the fulfillment of Graef's desire to make anything but another contemporary house music album.

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4. Rosie EP :: Wayne Snow :: Tartelet Records 2015

Rosie EP :: Wayne Snow :: Tartelet Records 2015

Artist: Wayne Snow Title: Rosie Cat.No. TART032 Release date vinyl: June 2015 Release date digi: June 2015 © 2015 Tartelet Records DISTRIBUTED BY OYE RECORDS & ALL EARS A1. Interlude (Produced by Max Graef) A2. Rosie (Produced by Max Graef) A3. Drunk (Produced by Max Graef) B1. Rosie (Nu Guinea's Paradise Mix) B2. Rosie (Hubert Daviz Remix) Vocalist Wayne Snow first appeared on Max Graef’s critically acclaimed debut album from last year followed by his solo EP 'Red Runner' on Tartelet Records. Recently, Wayne also featured on French producer Darius’ Helios EP, which will be out in April on Roche Music. For this release, again he teams up with Max Graef and Tartelet. This second EP ‘Rosie’ delivers a fresh badge of rugged soulfulness over off-kilter chords, body shaking basslines & dusty beats as Max does best. Combining Wayne’s falsetto vocals with Max’s beats and production for a record that heralds the sunshine and a spring of cold beers, rowing boats on the Spree and strong sativa. A1. ‘Interlude’ – Wayne demonstrates his range on this dreamy falsetto introduction while tipping his hat to both past and contemporary vocalists. A2. ‘Rosie’ – Think Barry White’s strings, and D’Angelo’s sugar. Wayne Snow delivers a car stopping panty dropping wonky hip-hop to 4/4 funk odyssey with this the title track of the record. A3. ‘Drunk’ - Inspired by drunk-dialing and late night hook ups, Moodyman may sleep with his MPC. Wayne doesn’t. Fuelled by MPC2000 programmed drums, an irresistible deep bass line, off-sounding Rhodes chords and the man himself on vocals. Remix wise. On the flip, newcomers Nu Guinea, serve up a slow burning jam, paying tribute to early St. Germain work, while German hip-hop producer Hurbert Daviz slows it down for a between-the-sheets hymn high on harmonics.

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5. 2. Computerkiller

2. Computerkiller

Artist: Glenn Astro Title: THROWBACK Cat.No. TARTALB005 Release date vinyl: May 2015 Release date digi: June 2015 Tartelet Records © 2015 DISTRIBUTED BY !K7 Essen's own Glenn Astro has called his first album Throwback, and the name is at once a perfect fit and not nearly the extent of the story. On the one hand, Astro has filled the double-LP with a wealth of old-school gestures and textures—the warm whoosh of analog synths, the rattle of Rhodes tines and the sizzle of jazzy drums, all held together by the comforting glue of tape hiss and vinyl crackle. If you're used to the clean sonic lines and stylistic streamlining of so much contemporary house music, then Throwback is sure to feel less like a record you just pulled out of plastic wrap than a well-seasoned one salvaged from a flea market or unfinished basement. And yet like so many Tartelet releases—particularly the label's last two full-lengths, Max Graef's Rivers of the Red Planet and Uffe's Radio Days—it feels fresh and keenly contemporary no matter how vintage the fabric. Rather than throw back to any one moment, he's given us a collage of styles that's quite literally timeless. Astro makes brilliant work of his influences, drawing on hip-hop, house, funk and soul in such equal measure that it's hard to argue that one impulse dominates the other. The sound certainly flirts with the dance floor, with Astro applying high-pressure deep house pads on the title cut, gliding on shimmering keys for "One For Viktor," and taking us on a vibraphone-fueled workout with "Kilometer Disco," one of a pair of cuts featuring Max Graef. But Astro obviously relishes the time he spends on the sidelines absorbing the atmosphere, or at home head-nodding to the dustiest corners of his record collection. For every house beat you hear, you'll also dip into juicy, 90’s-style beat science, toasty ambience and buttery chord progressions. Expertly paced but never hustling you along, Throwback begs to be heard as a whole but explored at your own easy pace—a record for hazy mornings-after, vibey nights in and endless summer afternoons.

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6. No.30 EP :: Tito Wun, Glenn Astro & IMYRMIND, Uffe, Max Graef, Damiano Von Erckert :: Tartelet 2014

No.30 EP :: Tito Wun, Glenn Astro & IMYRMIND, Uffe, Max Graef, Damiano Von Erckert :: Tartelet 2014

Artist: Various Artists Title: No.30 EP A1. Tito Wun - Clipper Skit (vinyl only) A2. Glenn Astro & IMYRMIND - Bochum A3. Uffe - Lemon Nights B1. Max Graef - King M the Undertaker Presents Tertylerd B2. Damiano Von Erckert - Last One Cat.No. Tart030 Release date vinyl: November Release date digi: December Tartelet Records © 2014 DISTRIBUTED BY OYE RECORDS / ALL EARS Artwork by Frederik Christensen Publisher: Bucks Music Group ltd. c/o Tartelet Records It's a celebration!

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7. 3. Throwback (Album Cut)

3. Throwback (Album Cut)

Artist: Glenn Astro Title: THROWBACK Cat.No. TARTALB005 Release date vinyl: May 2015 Release date digi: June 2015 Tartelet Records © 2015 DISTRIBUTED BY !K7 Essen's own Glenn Astro has called his first album Throwback, and the name is at once a perfect fit and not nearly the extent of the story. On the one hand, Astro has filled the double-LP with a wealth of old-school gestures and textures—the warm whoosh of analog synths, the rattle of Rhodes tines and the sizzle of jazzy drums, all held together by the comforting glue of tape hiss and vinyl crackle. If you're used to the clean sonic lines and stylistic streamlining of so much contemporary house music, then Throwback is sure to feel less like a record you just pulled out of plastic wrap than a well-seasoned one salvaged from a flea market or unfinished basement. And yet like so many Tartelet releases—particularly the label's last two full-lengths, Max Graef's Rivers of the Red Planet and Uffe's Radio Days—it feels fresh and keenly contemporary no matter how vintage the fabric. Rather than throw back to any one moment, he's given us a collage of styles that's quite literally timeless. Astro makes brilliant work of his influences, drawing on hip-hop, house, funk and soul in such equal measure that it's hard to argue that one impulse dominates the other. The sound certainly flirts with the dance floor, with Astro applying high-pressure deep house pads on the title cut, gliding on shimmering keys for "One For Viktor," and taking us on a vibraphone-fueled workout with "Kilometer Disco," one of a pair of cuts featuring Max Graef. But Astro obviously relishes the time he spends on the sidelines absorbing the atmosphere, or at home head-nodding to the dustiest corners of his record collection. For every house beat you hear, you'll also dip into juicy, 90’s-style beat science, toasty ambience and buttery chord progressions. Expertly paced but never hustling you along, Throwback begs to be heard as a whole but explored at your own easy pace—a record for hazy mornings-after, vibey nights in and endless summer afternoons.

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8. Radio Days LP :: Uffe :: Tartelet Records 2015

Radio Days LP :: Uffe :: Tartelet Records 2015

Artist: Uffe Title: Radio Days Cat.No. TARTALB004 Release date vinyl: March 2015 Release date digi: April 2015 Tartelet Records © 2015 DISTRIBUTED BY !K7 BUY ON ITUNES: http://geni.us/RadioDays Radio Days turns on Uffe's toasty sound design, built from the sampled shards of his record collection and material recorded a friend's studio in Copenhagen. It's as warm and coaxing to the ears as a fresh tray of chocolate cookies is to the nose. Analog synths sizzle and zap, tube amps and surface noise hiss ever so subtly in the corners, and drums pop artfully through spacious mixes. Uffe's self-taught as an instrumentalist, producer, and vocalist, but his intuition is impeccable—hear it on easy floor-fillers like "Die For You (I Won't)" and "My Luv Was Real," where hefty basslines saunter through the ample space between cymbal splashes and Uffe's breathy voice builds alluringly strange chords, or on tense ballads like "I Can Show You High," a dual testament to the producer's songwriting chops and sampling dexterity. In true Tartelet form, the sound is modern and direct, but in form, Radio Days recalls an era of true albums spread across two sides of a single record, where each cut represents one layover on a flight around the artist's world. We expect your turntable's stylus hasn't cut many grooves like it. A1. CURTAINS A2. DIE FOR YOU (I WON’T) A3. MY LUV WAS REEL A4. SPACE LOOP A5. I CAN SHOW YOU HIGH B1. YOUR REALITY B2. SAW YOUR LAUGHING B3. LEMON NIGHTS B4. THOSE INSERCURE DESIGNERS (SKIT B5. FOR A WHILE

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9. 5. (Forgotten Intro) 4 My Peeps

5. (Forgotten Intro) 4 My Peeps

Artist: Glenn Astro Title: THROWBACK Cat.No. TARTALB005 Release date vinyl: May 2015 Release date digi: June 2015 Tartelet Records © 2015 DISTRIBUTED BY !K7 Essen's own Glenn Astro has called his first album Throwback, and the name is at once a perfect fit and not nearly the extent of the story. On the one hand, Astro has filled the double-LP with a wealth of old-school gestures and textures—the warm whoosh of analog synths, the rattle of Rhodes tines and the sizzle of jazzy drums, all held together by the comforting glue of tape hiss and vinyl crackle. If you're used to the clean sonic lines and stylistic streamlining of so much contemporary house music, then Throwback is sure to feel less like a record you just pulled out of plastic wrap than a well-seasoned one salvaged from a flea market or unfinished basement. And yet like so many Tartelet releases—particularly the label's last two full-lengths, Max Graef's Rivers of the Red Planet and Uffe's Radio Days—it feels fresh and keenly contemporary no matter how vintage the fabric. Rather than throw back to any one moment, he's given us a collage of styles that's quite literally timeless. Astro makes brilliant work of his influences, drawing on hip-hop, house, funk and soul in such equal measure that it's hard to argue that one impulse dominates the other. The sound certainly flirts with the dance floor, with Astro applying high-pressure deep house pads on the title cut, gliding on shimmering keys for "One For Viktor," and taking us on a vibraphone-fueled workout with "Kilometer Disco," one of a pair of cuts featuring Max Graef. But Astro obviously relishes the time he spends on the sidelines absorbing the atmosphere, or at home head-nodding to the dustiest corners of his record collection. For every house beat you hear, you'll also dip into juicy, 90’s-style beat science, toasty ambience and buttery chord progressions. Expertly paced but never hustling you along, Throwback begs to be heard as a whole but explored at your own easy pace—a record for hazy mornings-after, vibey nights in and endless summer afternoons.

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10. :: Henry Wu & Tito Wun - 27 Karat Years EP - Tartelet Records 2016 ::

:: Henry Wu & Tito Wun - 27 Karat Years EP - Tartelet Records 2016 ::

Digi Preorder: https://Tartelet.lnk.to/27KY Henry Wu & Tito Wun take the listener on a worldly journey with this collaborative release, recorded over seven days in the legendary former Kraftwerk studio “Electro Müller” in Düsseldorf, 2015. The six tracks, all recorded live, are so rich with flavor and North African ambience that you can taste the dry spice-filled air of the souq on your tongue. With Pascal Schäfer (Sin & Soul Records) on flute and sax, Henry and Tito reconnect with the era that laid the cornerstone of modern dance music, while respectfully adding their signature texture and sound. This is a Tartelet limited edition of 500 copies, with hand-drawn artwork by Guapo Sapo, gold on black print - collectors item. No repress!! a1) O.S.T. a2) Don Müller a3) A3 b1) Andre The Giant vs. Bob Sapp b2) Cheese'n'Kraut b3) Peruvian Gold Theme Artist: Henry Wu & Tito Wun Title: 27 Karat Years EP Cat.No. TART037 Release date vinyl: November 2016 Release date digi: November 2016 © 2016 Tartelet Records DISTRIBUTED BY OYE RECORDS & ALL EARS

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11. World EP :: NU GUINEA :: Tartelet Records 2015

World EP :: NU GUINEA :: Tartelet Records 2015

Artist: Nu Guinea Title: World Cat.No. TART031 Release date vinyl: June 2015 Release date digi: July 2015 © 2015 Tartelet Records DISTRIBUTED BY OYE RECORDS & ALL EARS A1. Bougainvilles Live A2. Nu World (vocal edit) B1. Nu World (flute mix) B2. Exotica Dance Club B2. Outro

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12. :: Wayne Snow - Freedom TV - snippets

:: Wayne Snow - Freedom TV - snippets

Pre-order: https://tartelet.lnk.to/FreedomTV Copenhagen-based label Tartelet Records to release Wayne Snow album debut ’Freedom TV’ After two incredible EPs, Wayne Snow — the Nigerian-born, Berlin-based vocalist and songwriter — now presents his debut album on Tartelet Records. Freedom TV is the natural sequel to the Max Graef-produced tasters Red Runner (2014) and Rosie (2015); a project marinated in Afro-Caribbean, soulful grooves and topped by Wayne’s effortless falsetto acrobatics. As the title suggests, Freedom TV (due March 2017) is an album with themes of liberty, struggle and creative identity pumping through its veins. Within ten tracks, Snow fluently meanders between musical styles: from low-tempo soothers like album opener “Cooler” and “Fall” to the syncopated bruk of “The Rhythm” and cosmic funk escapades found on “Nothing Wrong”. Recorded over a period of two years, it’s also realised in part by new surroundings: “Coming to Berlin was a liberation because I could play with many things, especially electronic music, and approach it freely regardless of the fact that I was African”, notes Wayne. “Being in Berlin also helped me to fully understand the origin of electronic music which is unmistakably black.” Production comes from three varied and solid sources. The tag-team between Snow and fellow Berliner, Max Graef — which started on Graef’s still unfuckwithable 2014 debut Rivers of the Red Planet — is in full effect. The result is six tracks (“Cooler”, “Still In The Shell”, “Drunk”, “Red Runner”, “Rosie” & “Fall”) anchored by Graef’s now-signature brew of warm-to-the-touch boom-bap, soul, jazz and house. Elsewhere, trips to see the French capital and Neue Grafik yielded three stormers: “The Rhythm”, “Freedom R.I.P” and “Nothing But The Best”. Naples-based duo Nu Guinea also lend a hand on “Nothing Wrong”, an uptempo jam which will receive remix treatment from Ge-ology as well as the pair themselves. The works of criminally overlooked, Zimbabwean guerilla fighter-poet, Freedom Nyamubaya (✝1958-2015), bind everything together. It’s her verses which occupy the end of soul-searching, Peven Everett-esque joint “Freedom R.I.P” and provide a regular referential touchpoint. More than anything, Freedom TV is the soundtrack for anyone seeking a wholesome exploration of groove. Smooth and contagiously danceable at points, Wayne Snow has arrived in album territory with an assured cool.

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13. :: Glenn Astro - C.I.W. EP - Limited Edition Series - Tartelet Records 2018 ::

:: Glenn Astro - C.I.W. EP - Limited Edition Series - Tartelet Records 2018 ::

Copenhagen’s Tartelet continues its 10th anniversary with another EP in their Limited Edition Series. This one finds Glenn Astro serving up five exclusive tracks on the 12', while N.O.T.E. (Nelson of the East) delivers two bonus remixes for the digital release. The EP takes inspiration from Keith Haring’s celebrated Crack is Wack mural in New York, which was a reaction to the drug epidemic of the time. Only 250 copies will be released worldwide. In a short space of time, Glenn Astro has cooked up his own unique musical world. He has released full-lengths on Ninja Tune alongside Max Graef, and recently on Apollo Rec, sister label of R&S, in conjunction with Hodini. The opener ‘Crack Is Wack’ is a loose and live sounding jam with warm synth chords, alternating 808 drumpatterns and breaks. It has a celebratory feel as expressive keys and walking basslines take turns to take the lead and move things forwards. The feel good ‘Der Langweiler’ is a much slower and loveably lazy joint, incorporating a cosmic 808 drum groove mixed with arpeggiated Wurlizer chords and a grooving e-bassline sinking you deep into the late night groove. On the flip and switching up the vibe again is ‘Der Maschine’, which has frazzled electronic synths next to wooden hits and a playfully distorted drum machine to make for something that brims and bristles with dance floor energy in inventive new ways. ‘Boring Times On Beleuse Five’ is a tripped out sci-fi track with percolating drums and heavenly chords. It’s sparse and dynamic but with a compelling rhythm. ‘Discomania’ is an exclusive and vinyl-only cover version of Piero Umiliani’s eponymous electronic disco classic, is a gorgeously spaced out disco instrumental with expressive keys, drums and percussion all adding up to something impossibly infectious. N.O.T.E.’s (Nelson of the East) remix of ‘Crack is Wack’ flips the track into a cosmic jazz voyage of the highest order, while his take on ‘Discomania (Cover)’ is romantic and downbeat, with afro xylophone sounds bringing the heat. This is another remarkable EP of effortlessly fused sounds, showcasing Glenn’s new steps exploring cosmic and electronically driven aesthetics.

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14. 12. One For Viktor

12. One For Viktor

Artist: Glenn Astro Title: THROWBACK Cat.No. TARTALB005 Release date vinyl: May 2015 Release date digi: June 2015 Tartelet Records © 2015 DISTRIBUTED BY !K7 Essen's own Glenn Astro has called his first album Throwback, and the name is at once a perfect fit and not nearly the extent of the story. On the one hand, Astro has filled the double-LP with a wealth of old-school gestures and textures—the warm whoosh of analog synths, the rattle of Rhodes tines and the sizzle of jazzy drums, all held together by the comforting glue of tape hiss and vinyl crackle. If you're used to the clean sonic lines and stylistic streamlining of so much contemporary house music, then Throwback is sure to feel less like a record you just pulled out of plastic wrap than a well-seasoned one salvaged from a flea market or unfinished basement. And yet like so many Tartelet releases—particularly the label's last two full-lengths, Max Graef's Rivers of the Red Planet and Uffe's Radio Days—it feels fresh and keenly contemporary no matter how vintage the fabric. Rather than throw back to any one moment, he's given us a collage of styles that's quite literally timeless. Astro makes brilliant work of his influences, drawing on hip-hop, house, funk and soul in such equal measure that it's hard to argue that one impulse dominates the other. The sound certainly flirts with the dance floor, with Astro applying high-pressure deep house pads on the title cut, gliding on shimmering keys for "One For Viktor," and taking us on a vibraphone-fueled workout with "Kilometer Disco," one of a pair of cuts featuring Max Graef. But Astro obviously relishes the time he spends on the sidelines absorbing the atmosphere, or at home head-nodding to the dustiest corners of his record collection. For every house beat you hear, you'll also dip into juicy, 90’s-style beat science, toasty ambience and buttery chord progressions. Expertly paced but never hustling you along, Throwback begs to be heard as a whole but explored at your own easy pace—a record for hazy mornings-after, vibey nights in and endless summer afternoons.

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15. Alex Seidel EP :: Tartelet Records 2016

Alex Seidel EP :: Tartelet Records 2016

Digital pre order: tartelet.lnk.to/AlexSeidel Artist: Alex Seidel Title: Alex Seidel EP Cat.No. TART035 Release date vinyl: Feb 2016 Release date digi: Feb 2016 © 2016 Tartelet Records DISTRIBUTED BY OYE RECORDS & ALL EARS And just when you thought you’d seen it all Alex Seidel joins the party. Known for getting on the mic, throwing down b-boy style and hijacking Boiler Room sessions, the young man has been making a name for himself this past year. Hot on the heels of his well-received debut EP for Money $ex Records, Seidel returns with a nifty four-tracker, mixing flavours like a true chef. A1. ‘Altitude 89’ a hypnotic oddball: Rhodes chords & melody, rolling acid bass-line and shuffling hi-hats suck you into the void. A2. ‘Secret High’ venturing into electro territory, Seidel serves up a drum machine workout accompanied by a cheeky acid bass-line and rhythmical background vocals. B1. Bridging the gap to yet another genre ‘Quinn’ comes through with groove, hook and clever arrangement. With disco at its core this pacey peak-time roller will make you freak. B2. Droned out and experimental, ‘Phoenix’ is creepy like David Lynch.

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16. Chemistry EP :: Glenn Astro :: incl. CTEPEO '57 remix :: Tartelet Records 2014

Chemistry EP :: Glenn Astro :: incl. CTEPEO '57 remix :: Tartelet Records 2014

Artist: Glenn Astro Title: Chemistry EP A1. Love Jones A2. Love Jones (CTEPEO '57 remix) B1. Acid Tears B2. Dub Tears Cat.No. Tart027 Release date vinyl: February 24th Release date digi: March Tartelet Records © 2014 DISTRIBUTED BY OYE RECORDS / ALL EARS Currently residing in Essen, Glenn Astro has spent a bit more than half his life DJing and producing, first in the realm of hip-hop and more recently with an ear toward dance music. After his first releases in this style in 2011 and 2012, Glenn really went for it in 2013 with a trio of EPs that showed hip-hop's soul and house music's drive are in no way mutually exclusive. This 26-year-old may embrace the latter these days, but when you close your eyes and let his gritty low-end do its dirty work, you'll hear plenty of the former's bump still kicking around in there. His first EP of 2014 is a case in point: Tartelet hits catalog number 27 with gritty soul music for 120-BPM dance floors. "Love Jones" starts things off by taking its time, letting the beat ease in at the halfway mark while Glenn's sumptuous chords simmer in stereo. CTEPEO '57, whose The Missouri Breaks EP closed out Tartelet's 2013, doesn't so much remix "Love Jones" as pick up where the original left off, its banged-out piano chords and tropical shuffle coming out of nowhere in the best possible way. On the flip, "Acid Tears" throws a bit of Chicago into rattling drums, cosmic saxophones and some wonderfully warped spoken word. On its counterpart "Dub Tears," plaintive strings and searing cymbals fly high over wide, low, rumbling terrain. Glenn Astro's given us a whole lot of groove here—we invite you to have at it, and whet your appetite for his debut full-length due this summer on The Gym Rec.

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18. :: DIRK 81 - Pizza Trance EP :: TARTELET RECORDS 2018 ::

:: DIRK 81 - Pizza Trance EP :: TARTELET RECORDS 2018 ::

Order: http://bit.ly/pizzatrance Tracklist A1. M.F.C B1. Pizza Trance (Main Mix) B2. Pizza Trance (Kool Delivery Mix) Artist: Dirk 81 Cat. No: TART041 Copenhagen’s Tartelet is returning to their roots with a dancefloor-focused EP, Pizza Trance, from Dirk 81—a.k.a label head Emil M. Nyholm. Having previously dropped a slew of tracks as Muff Deep and CTEPEO ‘57 (with Max Graef), the DJ and producer is back with three cuts of dancefloor heaven under a new moniker lifted from his days tagging concrete walls in the 90s. Influences draw everywhere from disco, to African hi-life, dub, Underworld, a few old trance records, and timeless house music.

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