Deep House is the word for this mix by our man Nic Sarno. Turn off the lights and listen.
Passion is a fashion.
Mad On The Moon, Serendeepity and Discosafari set the musical mood for the three days of White, the international showcase of contemporary fashion. Continue reading “White Milano ® 2012”
The Freaks are back.
Four tracks. Selected, cutted, rearranged, effected and overdubbed by The Love Supreme.
Release date: July 02nd 2012
The Lula Circus single “Fake Blood True Wound” has been included in the new Needwant CD Compilation “Future Disco: Poolside Sounds” Continue reading ““Fake Blood True Wound” Included In Needwant “Future Disco” Compilation”
Great mix from our friends Luca and Fabrizio. Proto house, disco, electro, space sounds, fuck art let’s dance.
Mixed with 2 Technics and a mixer by Ajello
CLUB SILENCIO was born in 2001 as an artistic collective from multifaceted nature that mixes music and creative expressions linked to the image with the intention of spreading a conception of club not club for the promotion of cultural events. The project it feeds on hours and hours of musical night time and strange Lynch’s visions, it expressed a strong desire to share passions, where electronic music is the footprint and mixshow from multiple sounds are the expression. From more than a few years their name stands out in the circuit of alternative Milano’s clubbing thanks to Seby and Skip talent, DJs who put hands and heart on dishes and mixer since adolescence, developing a surprising taste and a technical know-how like real professionals. In 2006, joined the crew of Discolimone along with DjPersignora: the unforgettable party, with base at Milan’s Sottomarino Giallo, became the first keeper of the scepter of underground scene since breathing international, quoted also by Tim Sweeney on his list of “best gigs of the year” in 2008. Put together by a passion for deep-house which led them to create their fellowship, they soon become a winning couple; two pieces of the same puzzle wedged perfectly capable of uniting electronic sophistications of head and groove of belly, atmospheres learned emotional and visceral rhythmicals, drawing from the warm sonority of soul, disco and funk, getting through psychedelic rock, hip-hop and electronic mold contamination of new wave, until arriving to the dawn of techno. Productions arrived soon: in 2008 the first release on Red Music of Ilija Rudman, “Welcome To The Silence”; in 2009 the first EP on THISISNOTANEXIT, this will start to a official entry in TINAE’s stable that leads them to some happy collaborations and remixes for artists of the English label.Always in the same year comes out the 10″ “The Guitar Man” with the Barking Dogs, some releases on Disco Volante and Dischi Bellini and “Painted Boxes” on Mad On The Moon.
Their latest productions are directed at the new side project Robotalco, exclusively dedicated to the roots of house music, with a imminent release on Home Taping Is Killing Music and also forthcoming material on GodWRK by Mr. Chinn and on Hole In The Sky of Canyons
Their way of making music has the sound of a promise on Italian dance scene.
Live set made with TR-707, TR-606, Sequential Pro-One, Korg Mono/Poly, Korg Micro, Doepfer Dark Time, LEM DD-1000 and no computers.
Recorded live @ NIENTE, september 2011
AGIO is the project of Andrea Gabriele and Marco Mazzei, two musicians from Pescara, Italy.
They keep workshops and lectures in art and music schools, make installations on the interaction between visuals and sounds. They are used to play festivals like Dissonanze, Electric Elephant and Netmage but feel confortable in auditoriums and more academic spaces too. Andrea is also a member of Clap Rules and Marco is the voice you heard in their full lenght “Golden Hands”.
Over the years Andrea and Marco have been making music and experimenting toghether with some of the most influential italian contemporary artists. We are honoured to introduce you to their fine work.
The Love Supreme are Sapo, Nic Sarno, Roberto Di Movi and Bruno Bolla. The project started in 2005 remixing two tracks for the compilation ‘Blacktronica’, which included names such as Pressure Drop, Quantic, Ashley Beedle, Jill Scott and Matthew Herbert.
Their first release on Tirk at the end of 2006 was heard on underground dancefloors everywhere following its release, with the icy robo-disco of “Rocquet” and the psychedelic rollercoaster funk of “Pork Chop Express” on the B side. The 12″ won them a wide range of fans – from cult “cosmic” DJ Daniele Baldelli to big hitters Groove Armada and everyone in between. The follow up “Elsewhere” showed again their abilitly to combine influences from Moroder style disco to Techno and Psychedelia. Their first album “New Millenium Freaks”, released in March 2010 is their first long-playing effort. The two singles from the album have been remixed by disco-hero Social Disco Club and by synth-wizards Chicken Lips.
The Love Supreme blend hypnotic, kraut-rock inspired arrangements with a techno-influenced aesthetic. Their Live/DJ Set are a wild mix of all their musical backgrounds and influences: classic italo-disco, psychedelia, krautrock, early electronica, Detroit-techno and house, toghether with live analog synths and fxs to create a unique mind expanding experience.
The Heels of Love is a Milan based duo born from the joint between Michele Tessadri and Luca Saponaro “two disco reprimands with an unhealthy penchant for slap bass, synths and vintage drum machines”. Their first release was a remix for Mad On The Moon of Club Silencio’s Painted Boxes. It gave the original a shake, set it on the dancefloor where it belonged, made Tim Sweeney’s Best of 2009, and earnt them a reputation for producing bangers. This they quickly affirmed with their first single, the Tom Sinder EP, released on David Griffiths’ (the man behind Jisco Music) new label, Under The Shade. Following it up are their fantastic remix of Ajello’s Come Back released on Mad On The Moon (Ajello also remixed their last single Quiet Please, which became MOM’s fourth 12″) and their second 12″ on Under The Shade “Crazy” featuring Hard Ton. With this one they join the list of current artists willing to put pen to paper and actually write a proper song. They haven’t forgotten their remix roots, with their take on Motorcycle Boy’s 12″ on Slow Motion Records, an acid take on the 70’s classic from Space “Deliverance” for NANG Records AND after all that they’ve still found time to work on a side project, RAMPI, and to release an incredible house/disco album for NANG.