Following the release of Toob's come-back EP "Chromaphon", Process Recordings now brings you remixes from Point B and Radioactive Man for the EP's title track.
Celebrating their tenth year in the world of off-kilter dance music as Toob, Rich Thair and Jakeone are back in the limelight. With various gigs and DJ sets across Europe, the boys are clocking up the airmiles nicely. Check out -and download- their DJ set at Cicade PreOcupada Portugal on the Pulse Radio website (Click here).
The first remix of "Chromaphon" comes from Merseyside-born, but now Brixton-based producer Point B, who re-worked the track in true Point B style with a very heavy bassline. Proper sub-woofer required to enjoy this one to the max!
Two further remixes come from Radioactive Man, the alter-ego of Keith Tenniswood (who was also Andrew Weatherall's partner in Two Lone Swordsmen). His "Full Spektrum Remix" is the full-blown version, whilst his "Black and White Remix" strips things back quite a bit into a much more minimal version.
A launch party for these remixes is being planned in London for 10 September. More details to be announced soon on the Toob and Process fanpages on Facebook.
Are they DJ/Producers? Or are they a band? The distinction between the two categories blurs with SoogoWonk. These three professional musicians, known under the monikers NoiZeBoX, MachineBoy and Bluegestalt, with distinctly different backgrounds, continue their musical journey with regular "electrolive" performances around Italy, blending real instruments with electronica into an unmistakably unique sound.
Following "Fase Uno" on the legendary Plastic Fantastic label and "Fase Due" on Process Recordings, it is time for the third and final installment of the trilogy: "Fase Tre".
Opening track "Rising Orange Sun" is a dark and slow atmospheric electronic piece, whilst "LSDS (Large Space Deep Seas)" is more upbeat and filled with a melodic synthline. Last but not least, "Pink Missiles" is a guitar-centered electronic rock track, which is the centerpoint of their live performances.
Written and Produced by Riccardo Galatolo, Riccardo Nannoni and Andrea Baroni Mastered by Shawn Joseph at Optimum Mastering Published by Musiqware Ltd (P)(C) 2011 Process Recordings (Musiqware Ltd) Distributed by Musiqware Ltd
Corrugated Tunnel's album project "Minor Obsessions" started off last year with the release of "Remedy For My Soul", graced by the wonderful voice of Antoinette. The album was received very well, and so were the further singles with remixes from Norman Nodge, Orlando Voorn, Donnacha Costello and Chymera.
It's now time to round off this album with a final single "The Rejection", which again features the soulful voice of Antoinette, and an equally impressive set of remixes. For the first remix we travel to The Hague in the Netherlands, home town of Process Head Honcho Herman as well as that of Legowelt. Danny's "Casio RZ1 Old School Remix" turns the track into an up-tempo Italian-disco-meets-Chicago track, which rocks on somewhere between Moroder and Rebotini.
For the second remix we travel to Cork, home town of Tunnel man Edwin James as well as that of Fish Go Deep. Greg and Shane dedicate their remix to the legendary Sir Henry's club in Cork, where they started their career back in 1992.
Instrumentals of the original, and of the Fish Go Deep remix are part of the package, as is the Accapella (but not in this promo package).
Also watch out for Edwin's remix of D:ream's new single "Sleepy Head", due for release this Summer.