woensdag 23 april 2014

Episode #048 - Eindbaas

That's right. We' ve got De Eindbaas serving the good shit again, this week. Showing you all why he is running shit in his hood and his city!

Eindbaas (which is Dutch for end boss) was co-responsible for the launch of the original Deathmetaldiscoclub in early 2009. Between it's original format and the 2013 reboot, he devoted his time to honing his skills and slaughtering many, many dance floors. His superpower is his ability to handle to any type of crowd. After all, an end boss is usually significantly superior to regular enemies. And just when you thought you had found the right track, Eindbaas has instantly a more effective one at hand.

You can always try to top this guy, but remember, at the end of the day he'll be the one who will be stacking all the money! Enjoy.

woensdag 9 april 2014

Episode #047 - Ric Piccolo

Next in line is one of Argentinia's most dedicated crate diggers! We'd like to welcome Ricardo Piccolo from Buenos Aires to our family.
Ricardo is a DJ/producer who likes to spend his time in record stores, flea markets and record faires, when not working on his music. Besides the typical nu-disco and house, he maintains a very strong focus on 70's raregroove and experimental music.
He's also toured a lot through Argentinia and Europe extensively and he's got another tour coming up in Europe through this summer. He's also got a monster of a first release out on Bordello a Parigi, aptly named 'Austral Works vol.1', which should be out right now. It's limited to 250 copy's and rumour has it that they are working on vol.2, which should be out not too long from now.
His Pampas Disco Shock and Pampas Porno Shock mixes are quite notorious and he kindly offered us to host the next mix in the Porno Shock Series. Again, he's crossing many borders with this one, so it seemed like a perfect fit.

We'd like to thank Ricardo for this amazing DJ set and hope you'll enjoy this one as much as we do! For more on Ricardo Piccolo visit the links below!

Ricardo Piccolo on Soundcloud
Ricardo Piccolo on Discogs.com

dinsdag 1 april 2014

Nick Mackrory ft. Harry Collier

After the success of the 'Tatooine Moons' release last month, Forgotten Corner records already returns with it's third physical single containing the 'Lucky Charms' track by Forgotten Corner artist Nick Mackrory.
The track has been played for some time now, by artists like Joe's Bakery and Nancy Noise, so it might be familiar to some people. It's vocals by Harry Collier are instantly recognizable and are interwoven with some wonderfull, clever bass patterns on top of it. It has an amazing live feeling and bursts out in an epic synth jam, full of rich textures.

Realizing the vocals just might not be for everyone, the label included a 'forgotten dub' version of the track. A clever move, as it has been championed by many great DJ's in the Balearic fields, but also beyond. Some of you might remember this one from Disko Selector's exclusive deathmetaldiscoclub mix, it also received attention by guys like Craig Bratley and some of you dutchies probably heard Rogér play this one too. It has every potential to become a instant hit and we are very happy to see this finally hit the record stores on wax.

Forgotten Corner is releasing the 'Lucky Charms EP' around April 1st, so this should be out by now. Keep track on this through your favourite stores as it will be a limited to 300 copy's.
It comes in hand screen printed inserts on heavy vinyl. Link below!

LINK TO JUNO.CO.UK (with audiosamples)