Second remix package of 'Zero Set' - the legendary kraut LP from Moebius, Plank & Neumeier 'Zero Set', from none other than Norske Disko King, Prins Thomas. 'Zero Set' was produced by one half of Cluster, Dieter Moebius, the drummer of Guru Guru, Manfred Neumeier and Conny Plank, easily one of the best producers of the age who worked with Kraftwerk, Ash Ra Temple and others. Prins Thomas takes 'Jiro' and delivers two spellbinding mixes of it. Part.1 on a side is psyched out rock disco remix, while Part.2 is squelchier, more acidic and built for later stages of the night.
First release by new label Apersonal Music. Project created by Andres Vegas and Maurice Aymard, who challenge the current music business crisis by joining the list of adventurers who releases on vinyl during times of retreat. The label is intended to publish music that points back toward the classic sounds of electronic music, the eternal sound. For the ever loved and well remembered 001 they sign producer Trujillo. A pioneer of the electronic music scene on his country Venezuela, also native land of the label heads.
Soul Jazz are issuing this seminal super-rare rare-groove album produced by Roy Ayers originally released on his own Uno Melodic label in 1980. This amazing one-off album produced by Roy Ayers featured the group Eighties Ladies made up of the singing talents of Susan Beaubian, Marva Hicks, Vivian Prince, Denie Corbett & Sylvia Striplin backed by an all-start line-up Roy Ayers band (including Rick James who shares the production). The anthemic
Nineteen year old Space Dimension Controller has arrived with his take on modern house! Dr Dre's sexy funk combined with deep Drexciya and the Other Peoples Place vibes, early UK house and techno melodies from people such as Plaid and Boards Of Canada. Actually its not very fair coming with all these names since here since nobody sounds like SDC and SDC sounds like no one else! And thats what Royal Oak liked... artists with their own unique finger print. Oh and did we already mention the remix of that other young bloke? Eighteen year old Kyle Hall does a hell of a remix job here!