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SOL 10.2

For the 10th release label owner Barbara Preisinger is gathering seven unreleased tracks on two seperate 12inches, by previous Slices Of Life artists as well by producers who have a relationship to the label through frindship, events and personal support. Each track presents the personal unique style of it´s producer, but all have a feeling for warm sounding organic house grooves in common, what Slices Of Life stands for since the beginnings in 2009.

6 weeks after SOL10.1 hit the stores with contributions by THE MOLE, BAAZ, DANA RUH and JOHN TEJADA, the 2nd part of the SLICES OF LIFE compilation celebrating release number 10 is following: The A side of SOL10.2 is dedicated to the legendary Berlin producers and Dj duo CAB DRIVERS: „A Complex Situation“ catches us with its irresistable swinging groove and filigrane synth lines. OSCAR SCHUBAQ, DJ, Producer and co-owner of the label Tardis Records, starts the B-side with „K-Beat“, a rough jackin house tune, which takes a surprising turn to a sunny sounding swing during the 2nd part. The great finale of SOL10 comes from the parisian Deeply Rooted label owner and extensive vinyl collector DJ DEEP. With „Spices Of Life“ he created a wonderful, atmospheric and deep piece of music carried by rolling basslines and playful melody fragments.

– Dj Deep and Cab Drivers has been worldwide very well known and respected producers, label owners and DJ´s with a large fanbase since the 90 ies. Osacr Schubaq is co-ownung the label Tardis together with Eli Verveine

– first 500 copies come in dark red printed sleeve

 

SOL 10.1

Slices Of Life celebrates the 10th release with a two-part vinyl compilation: SOL10.1 and SOL10.2!

For the 10th release label owner Barbara Preisinger is gathering seven unreleased tracks on two seperate 12inches, by previous Slices Of Life artists as well by producers who have a relationship to the label through frindship, events and personal support.

Each track presents the personal unique style of it´s producer, but all have a feeling for warm sounding organic house grooves in common, what Slices Of Life stands for since the beginnings in 2009.

On the first 12inch, SOL10.1 THE MOLE, BAAZ and JOHN TEJADA excite us with an extension of their previous Slices Of Life repertoire with 3 further timeless pieces of House Music: Trippy and soulful (“Come On Kid“), deep and percussive (“Fitzy“), minimal and playful (“How I used To“). DANA RUH celebrates her debut at Slices Of Life with “Out of ADA20“: an upbuilding sunrise track carried by a driving beat and thrilling string lines.

November 9th 2018 the 2nd part, SOL10.2 will follow with exclusive tracks by DJ DEEP, CAB DRIVERS und OSCAR SCHUBAQ.

 

Inhuman

The Mole Is Back On Slices Of Life With 3 New Tracks And 3 Different Views On The House Music Of These Days. Two Years After “Hang In There Fry Guy” (Sol4) Colin De La Plante Continues His Collaboration With Slices Of Life. The Canadian Producer And Dj Is Very Well-Known For His Love For A Wide Range Of Music, Which Is Reflected In His Inspiring Dj And Live Sets. Though His Favour For Soulful Music Always Shines Through In All His Productions, It Is Most Evident In The Edits Of His “7 Inches Of Love” Series As Well As In The Trippy Excursions On His Own Imprint “Maybe Tomorrow”.

Accordingly, The 3 New Tracks For Slices Of Life Offers An Exciting Insight Into Various Musical Worlds Of Colin De La Plante. “Inhuman” Surprises With A Higher Bpm Rate Than You Might Expect From The Mole, But The 8-Minute Track Breathes A Warm And Humorous Funk And At The Same Time Twinkles Mischievous From The Dancefloor. Almost In Contradiction To The A Side, “Another One Of Those Nights” Offers A Deep And Almost Melancholic View On The Night And Its Various Side Effects. And Finally, “Hot Tea Dog Man” Links Perfectly To “Now I Understand” From Sol4: A Hypnotic Beat That Concentrates On The Essentials And A Few Well Set Elements That Carry The Track Wonderfully And Endlessly.

But Experience The Words Of The Master Himself: “I Did Hear Recently That There Were 12 Million Pigs In Holland, Compared To 17 Million Humans .. That’s A Lot Of Pigs… And Pig Meat Is In Everything… Like Some Wines … In The Production Of Wine, Gelatine Can Be Used As A Clarifying Agent. The Gelatine Reacts With The Tannins And Bitter Substances And Absorbs Cloudy Elements That Can Then Be Separated From The Drink… But Pigs Didn’t Really Have Much To Do With This Record… “

 

Peace Monarchy

Lovely The Mole debut on Meander. Sun-infused, jacking and swinging house cuts with a very intuitive flow. In the past few years the Canadian born, Berlin based producer released a string of exceptional releases for labels like Slices Of Life, Perlon, Musique Risquee, Wagon Repair and his own Maybe Tomorrow. Includes a remix from Romanian genre-bending project Amorf (Vlad Caia, Mischa Blanos and Cristi Cons).

 

Repress!!

Club Guesthouse reveals the first release of their record label coming from Pîrvu, one of GH’s residents and a sound design wizard with a remarkable ear for detail, while also including a special remix from Rhadoo.

The 12-inches sports ‘Vulpix.ro’ on the A-side, a track that immediately stands out, challenging our perceptions of harmony and structure for the better. ‘In fat ca petele’ illustrates an elusive atmosphere, deepening surface and depth into a fresh electronic dialect of modern mirage. Rhadoo is rearranging molecules in the air on the flip-side, delivering a minimalist remix. The vocals seek out some darkened hues, with a certain attention to the low end, giving the subs a proper work out – making it another vital dispatch from the Romanian pioneer.

 

The distance from Ricardo’s last field trip “Thé au Harem d’Archimède” (PERL43) in 2004 to the present epic 5×12″LP-Set is a galaxy of electronic expression through sound independent from time and pace. It is said that Funk is defined by the notes that are not being played. The space between the notes here is so vast that Funk becomes transformed into the spirit that creates unfathomable emotional adventure. The rules of dynamics between 0 and 1 shift the relation from reality to relaxation. 14 freefloat sessions are made of natural, secret ingredients from the limbic system of astro aztecs. They evolve from rituals, ending in the release of the sinuous percussion ghost from the machine who breathes out a score for easy living. Which sounds like a primordial soup aerosol of funky molecules and molluscs.

 

The distance from Ricardo’s last field trip ‘Thé au Harem d’Archimède’ (PERL43) in 2004 to the present epic 5x12LP-Set is a galaxy of electronic expression through sound independent from time and pace. It is said that Funk is defined by the notes that are not being played. The space between the notes here is so vast that Funk becomes transformed into the spirit that creates unfathomable emotional adventure. The rules of dynamics between 0 and 1 shift the relation from reality to relaxation. 14 freefloat sessions are made of natural, secret ingredients from the limbic system of astro aztecs. They evolve from rituals, ending in the release of the sinuous percussion ghost from the machine who breathes out a score for easy living. Which sounds like a primordial soup aerosol of funky molecules and molluscs.

 

The distance from Ricardo’s last field trip “Thé au Harem d’Archimède” (PERL43) in 2004 to the present epic 5×12″LP-Set is a galaxy of electronic expression through sound independent from time and pace. It is said that Funk is defined by the notes that are not being played. The space between the notes here is so vast that Funk becomes transformed into the spirit that creates unfathomable emotional adventure. The rules of dynamics between 0 and 1 shift the relation from reality to relaxation. 14 freefloat sessions are made of natural, secret ingredients from the limbic system of astro aztecs. They evolve from rituals, ending in the release of the sinuous percussion ghost from the machine who breathes out a score for easy living. Which sounds like a primordial soup aerosol of funky molecules and molluscs.

 

Plato & Caves

Mole Audio is a brand new label based in Berlin that will be exploring the ongoing echoes of Jamaican dub music in the context of the contemporary electronic music scene. Behind the first release is Andy Martin, a key player in the Mexican scene, while Deadbeat and Nit Yardman (aka Martin himself in a more classically inclined dub mindset) serve up superb remixes.

This is a standout first release that sets a perfect tone for this fascinating new label.

 
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