March 21, 2017

8DPromo Bobby Duron - Say What? (Get Up Recordings)

Coming Soon From Get Up Recordings:
1. Say What? (Original Mix)
2. Say What? (W. Jeremy's Analog Only Remix)
3. Say What? (John Mörk Remix)
4. Untitled

Next up from Get Up Recordings is the Say What? EP from NYC relative-newcomer Bobby Duron. The package includes two original tracks, “Say What?” and “Untitled”, with remixes of the title track by label owner and NYC DJ / producer W. Jeremy and Chi-town’s John Mörk. Bobby Duron is making his mark on the music world by creatively merging chicago house, the NY underground, and jazzy and ambient house, in a sound he’s coined ‘seductive house.” Duron has DJ’ed in New York, Chicago, and L.A. at parties such as Brüt and Furball, and at venues such as Stage 48, Santos Party House, The Cock, The Bullet, the legendary Hiro Ballroom (playing along side resident Honey Dijon), and The Eagle NYC (where he holds a residency). His first production opportunity came in 2011 when asked to submit a remix for Beyoncé and he cranked out two #1 Billboard Dance mixes off of her highly successful album 4. Duron has put his remix skills on productions from other artists along with co-producer Kindbud for artists such as Ultra Naté, Rich White Girls, and The Ones. The two tracks from his first release on Get Up Recordings are pure house groovers. “Say What?”, with its pumping bass line and splattered groovy vocal snippets, and “Untitled”, with its housey key patterns, really compliment each other on this EP. First up on remix duties is Get Up Recordings’ own W. Jeremy. He has an extensive house music industry history starting in the early ’90s through working for such luminaries as Tony Humphries, to holding a 5 year residency at San Francisco’s legendary club The End Up, to working with DJ Pierre where along with label partner, Christy Love, releasing their first couple of records on his label, to traveling the world for DJ gigs from Vienna’s Lifeball, London’s Horse Meat Disco, and NYC’s PS1 Warm-up Series. He has remixed on Trax Records, Good For You Records, KID Recordings, and Kinetika Records. His remix here is a bit acid, a bit tribal, and a whole lot of analog house. The second remix comes from Chicago DJ / producer John Mörk. It was over a decade ago that Mörk teamed up with producer Frankie J to form the seminal house collab The Sound Republic. The duo exploded onto the scene in 2005 following releases on Dae Recordings, Guesthouse Music, and Guess Who?. Their signature driving sound went on to play a crucial role in shaping the future path of Chicago house. In 2013 he and fellow Chicago veterans Trancid, Alinka, Chris Grant, and Karl Almaria launched Nü: The Outer Space Disco Dancing Society of Chicago, a monthly party at the infamous goth club Neo. Mörk has also produced remixes for Midnight Magic, The New Division, Speck Mountain, Change Request, W. Jeremy, Christy Love, and Goldroom, and has released music on Nu Jax Music, Seasons Recordings, Plus Plus, and his own label NBD Music Company. His remix here embodies his signature bumping jazzy, acid groove. .

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June 13, 2016

Analogue June 2016 with special guest Bob Skies!! We will also filming/video taping for web stream, and for selling his (Uncle Tone) first record release called Oswaldo Ar with Volando.  The residents Chang Bang and Uncle Tone! Takes place at The Bends, St Petersburg, Fl. on June 16 at 10pm!  See you there!

May 24, 2016

Analogue feat. Boomerang! At The Bends (St. Petersburg, Fl.)

This week in to the Analogue we go in St Petersburg, Fl. on Thursday at The Bends with guest Boomerang, from the old Budouis Maximus! Get ready for full blown party, monthly residents Chang Bang and Uncle Tone giving to ya on vinyl/records only.


Jeromy Nail - Amphibians (Uniting Souls Music)

Coming Soon From Uniting Souls Music
1. Amphibians
2. Amphibians (Dub)
3. Amphibians (Pete Moss Remix)
4. Amphibians (Jon Cates Remix)
Uniting Souls Music returns for the imprint’s twenty third release with “Amphibians” by longtime Seattleite and Uniting Souls resident Jeromy Nail.
As part of the Uniting Souls Music collective since the early 2000s, Jeromy sharpened his DJ’ing skills on many late night dance floors, including residences at the seminal Flammable Sundays – the West Coast’s longest running house weekly twenty years strong – and the (now defunct) electronic dance music haven See Sound Lounge. With releases and remixes for the likes of Viva Recordings, Build It Records, Bomb Recordings, Hype & Soul, House Call, and, of course, the Uniting Souls label, Jeromy’s been busy on the scene.
Built around chopped vocals and double-bass samples overlaid with moody pads and melodic elements, the “Amphibians” original mix emits a quirky flavor rooted in a four-on-the-floor foundation. The dub mix re-contextualizes the original elements in a deeper, minimal, bass-laden context that could be taken as ‘micro house.’
First up on remix duties, Philadelphia’s Pete Moss delivers an extended, stripped-down mix of the original that’s sprinkled with the vocal and melodic phrasing and fortified by a tougher bass line. Portland-based Jon Cates, best known for his work with Om Records as part of Cates&dpL, also provides a take on “Amphibians” with a deep, driving tech-house infused version, keeping the energy level high with layered percussion and drum elements, thick bass, and subtle textures that capture the essence of the original but take it down a fresh new path.
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August 14, 2015

Sub_minimal Late Night Underground

Art, Techno, House in a proper after-hours environment
August 16, 2015


DJ Lineup

Bob Skies
Silver Fox
Sherif + Diego b2b
Villo (CMF)