Dame-Music proudly presents “From The Vaults“, its 32nd release by label owner Bloody Mary.
Previously released on a different record label digitally (Upon You), “Make Space In Your Life“ is presented here for the first time on vinyl. Similarly, “In Between“, which was also previously released digitally (Sporty Limited), has been given a new rework for the vinyl lovers. To top off the package, an exclusive new track “From The Vaults“ has been freshly baked by the French producer, based in Berlin.
Bloody Mary takes us back to our old 90’s rave days with the rework of her tune “In Between“, with a well pronounced touch of Trance in its pads, well driven by a heavy acid bass line for the whole song and Mary’s voice sprinkled over it.
Heading to the B-side, “From The Vaults“ takes the listener through a journey into sequenced synth, with a melody that brings lightness to a sharp bass line, supported by a bumpy rhythm.
Bloody Mary closes this EP with class on “Make Space in Your Life“, delivering a deep but powerful song that shows a hint of melancholy in its pads and Mary’s vocals floating on the top.
A well rounded three track EP from the Dame-Music chief that is sure to be heard on many dancefloors all around the world.
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The Jaydes (Live/DJ)
The Jaydes are based in Berlin and compromises of two friends and studio partners Bloody Mary & Attan.
Their first remix of Anaxander “7 Ways“ on the Dame-Music release 021 was a good introduction to their album, that “Step On Light“ Dame-Music 022 is a hint on what is forthcoming.
The album “The Jaydes”, due in February 2014 will include nine tracks and some serious featuring artists. Their live act uses analog studio machines as their production.
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Vinyl purists, gear scientists, lo-fi tech-freaks and general purveyors of all forms of hardware, Lucretio and Marieu aka The Analogue Cops are the founders of Restoration Records. As the name so boldly suggests, their imprint has been heavily involved in the deconstruction and reshaping of the house and techno sound since the duo moved to Berlin from the outskirts of Padova – Italy’s
After the digitalisation of music which evolved thanks to the ‘minimal’ sound of the early 2000’s, The Analogue Cops made it their objective to bring back the freedom and diversity which characterised house and techno throughout the 90’s. No more over-compression, no more sync buttons, no more reliance on sub-genres, but a return to the source of it all and to the basics of the art form: hands-on and heartfelt beat-making centred around a much more wide-eyed vision of dance music, one that still very much looks to the future and consistently makes reference to the
Taking the aesthetic of Detroit and Chicago solely as a point of inspiration, the duo have progressively nurtured their own style – gritty, loose, improvisational arrangements boasting a singular sampling touch – one which is both instantly recognisable as their own and also partly
Never compromising their approach or deviating from their militant vision of what underground dance music represents, the Cops have collaborated with a number of trusted affiliates such as Blawan and Steffi, among others. Since 2010, they have nurtured the Appointment project alongside Relative founders John Swing and EMG – a bi-monthly production jam of similarly minded artists – and have also appeared on a string of different side-projects and other labels including the UK’s Hypercolour LTD stable. Their own imprints – Lucretio’s Machines State Polymers and Marieu’s Enlightened Wax – have further developed their respective sounds into the
Performing either as a DJ duo or as a live act, Lucretio and Marieu’s sets contain the same levels of energy and a distinctly personal touch. The former can include everything from the productions of their tight-knit crews to forgotten 90’s house and techno gems and even shades of gritty broken beats, while the latter showcases the Cops’ own productions. This, of course, is performed strictly without laptops or software processors, but with a bunch of drum machines, a couple of sequencers, the latest outboard synths they’ve laid their hands on, a few pedals and a whole load
Restoring and remodelling since 2006. The mission lives on.
Kate Simko has carved an international career as an electronic music producer, film composer, live performer, and DJ. Hailing from Chicago, Kate’s music reflects the influences of the city’s underground sounds, as well her background in classical piano and jazz music.
While pursuing a Bachelor of Music from Northwestern University, Kate began DJing on WNUR radio and taking jazz piano lessons, which inspired a shift from classical piano to composing. In 2002, Kate studied composition in Santiago, Chile, and recorded her first album Shapes of Summer with Chilean electronic producer Andres Bucci. The album was released on Traum Records and the duo was named one of the “Next 100 Artists” by URB Magazine.
A prolific composer, Kate’s musical output includes three albums, various EPs, film soundtracks, and classical compositions. Kate’s CV includes a remix of Philip Glass’s Houston Skyline which was played on radio stations across the USA and appeared in Billboard’s Top 100 Classical Chart. In 2008, Kate composed her first feature-length film score for the PBS documentary The Atom Smashers. This soundtrack was then released on Ghostly International. More recently, Kate created sound design for the Barbican Centre in 2011, her hit song Go On Then feat. Jem Cooke topped the charts in house music in 2012, and in 2013 her songs were licensed to ABC Television and Giorgio Armani.
Kate has established her reputation as a performer with interactive audio-visual live sets and cutting edge DJ mixes. Named one of Chicago’s “Top 10 DJs” by XLR8R Magazine, Kate has played clubs and festivals around the world, including past shows at Berghain (Berlin), Fabric (London), Rex Club (Paris), Verboten (New York), Millennium Park (Chicago), Movement Festival (Detroit), Montreal Jazz Festival, Eleven (Tokyo), and D-Edge (Sao Paulo). Kate launched her newest and biggest project, London Electronic Orchestra, in 2014. Wowing audiences and critics alike, Kate Simko & London Electronic Orchestra had sold out concerts at the Britten Theatre, National Gallery, and mesmerized international audiences opening up the iTunes Festival 2014.
Relocated to London, Kate completed a masters in Composition for Screen at the Royal College of Music. She recently co-scored a six-part documentary PBS TV series called Sacred Journeys, and is currently music directing and co-scoring films for the BBC. Outside of film music, in 2015 Kate is set to release an album with Tevo Howard, an EP with Jamie Jones, and debut the much anticipated first EP by London Electronic Orchestra.
Listen to Bloody Mary _ Fabric London Promo Mix on soundcloud
Listen to The Jaydes Live Jam for Fabric London on soundcloud
Listen to Innerspace Halflife _ Podcast on podcast