get the music in evil way | electronic music mp3 blog

Archive for the ‘Reviews’ Category

Superpitcher – Kilamanjaro

07.07.2010 · Posted in Reviews


Cologne-based artist Superpitcher will release his second solo album, Kilamanjaro, this fall on Kompakt.

Perhaps best known for his remix of Dntel’s “(This is) the Dream of Evan and Chan,” producer Aksel Schaufler is renowned for a signature style of lush, emotional club tracks. His new album follows up the 2004′s Here Comes Love, a record that cemented his position as one of Kompakt’s star artists. Since then, he released a collaborative album with label co-founder Michael Mayer (as Supermayer) and a slew of 12-inches on Kompakt and its various sublabels.

All of the tracks on Kilimanjaro are previously unreleased, except for the first single, “Rabbits in a Hurry,” which hit stores this April. The album features a guest appearance by Mexican artist Rebolledo of Comeme, who does vocals on the track “Black Magic.” The album artwork was done by Superpitcher’s brother, the painter Matthias Schaufler.

Tracklist
01. Prelude
02. Voodoo
03. Country Boy
04. Rabbits in a Hurry
05. Friday Night
06. Moon Fever
07. Give Me My Heart Back
08. Who Stole the Gun
09. Black Magic feat. Rebolledo
10. Joanna
11. Holiday Hearts

Kompakt will release Superpitcher’s Kilimanjaro on September 6th, 2010.

Ramadanman: ‘Work Them’

07.07.2010 · Posted in Reviews


What is David Kennedy on? Already responsible for some of the best tracks of the year under both his Ramadanman and Pearson Sound guises (we’ve only just got over the wonder that was ‘Glut’ and the jungle-influenced ‘Don’t Change for Me’), the Hessle Audio co-founder steps up again with a release on Loefah’s ever-expanding Swamp 81 label.

Lying on the B-side, ‘Fall Short’ is clean and stripped back, nodding to Kennedy’s more minimal early work with a distant vocal sample that perfectly compliments the track’s unique blend of longing synths, subtle sub-bass and 808 drums. But of course, the real gem of this 12” is ‘Work Them’. Big on the playlists of all our favourite DJs, it’s effectively the sequel to Addison Groove’s ubiquitous ‘Footcrab’, sharing those infectious snapping drums and the sort of vocal that gets any dancefloor going, demanding an instant reload whether on a club soundsystem, the radio or the tube home.


Categories

January 2017
M T W T F S S
« Dec    
 1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
3031  

Push the button

a cool dude

Add post

Disclaimer


All the content and links found on this site have already been present on the web and are result of our research on the net. The download links are given for trial purposes and need to be immediately deleted within 24 hours after donwloading.

inevil.com holds NO responsibility for the manner you will use the information found on this page. Supporting the artists by purchasing their music materials is strongly recommended by this site.

Support the Artists by purchasing their releases.