Today is the release of Adam Port’s remix for Jimpster: Eel Pie Island is out now on Systematic Recordings as Beatport exclusive, vinyl will follow.
Looking back over the Keinemusik portfolio, seeing all that Rampa has created for the collective, is it any wonder that all and any new material from the label boss receives every ounce of our trust. A trust that lends its name to his latest offering. A four track EP. Each a different story to tell. Making this a hella versatile record. Enjoy
On May 6th, Jimpster’s “Eel Pie Island” remixes will be released digitally on Systematic, including one remix by Adam Port, one by Hyenah and the original mix.
Since the pressing plants are overloaded again these days, the vinyl version will unfortunately arrive 2-3 weeks later. But if you drop us one comment here on this blogpost, you have got the chance to get hold of this testpressing and have your copy literally before everyone else… only 3 vinyl copies exist for now, one for Sven Väth, one for Adam and one for you ;)
Game ends Friday April 29th next week. Good luck!
You can prelisten the Jimpster – Eel Pie Island (Adam Port Remix) in the mix below at minute 22:00 – 28:00:
Nico, who had already set out to get his yet unreleased album “Twisted Manners” remixed, asked David right there and then and got the acceptance on the spot.
The remixpack is now available digitally, vinyl will follow soon:
Although Rampa did not play gigs during his general break over the past months, he took even more time to focus on his Music. Thus, there will now be an EP coming out with four tracks under the Title “Trust”.
Artwork by Monja Gentschow.
The Trust EP will be released on Keinemusik on April 25th 2016.
&ME is back on Nic Fanciullis Saved Records and instead of delivering 2 tracks he made an 12 minute tune. Now available here.
“I wrote these lyrics while sitting on the couch/bed at the Keinemusik studio in Berlin…” On her blog Parksiderecords Nomi is telling us how her ideas for the most recent KM031 came about and what the working process with Rampa and &ME was like. Also she gives us the full lyrics. Click here.
Almost exactly three years after NR&, a project uniting &ME’s and Rampa’s production with the voice of New York Disco-House-siren Nomi, dropped their debut EP, we finally can announce a new chapter in this ongoing transatlantic menage. This very “Spoken For” EP is comprised of two new tracks, that again fuse songwriting with floor-demands and showcase the same crackling and pulse quickening passion that instantly has become NR&’s trademark. So here’s the evidence – a long distance relationship is not necessarily doomed to get boring after a while.
“Taste Like” on A might be conceived as the club-affair of those two new joints. A tune indulging in self-control, extending the pre- eruptive moment of excitement to track length. There is Nomi’s unmistakeable sexed up oration, flanked by an affirmative thunderstorm of claps, then a bass heavy bridge, overflowing into a noise brushed finale. Altogether a tasty flavour carrier for an effective floor heating.
“Spoken For” is not only the title track, but also the hymn coming out of the flipside ambush. There is no kick necessary to underpin what Nomi’s charismatic croon is laying down. Therefore a wise choice to let the arrangement of interspersed field recordings, percussive details and piano- and synth-decoration exercise in unobtrusiveness. Safe to say, this tune will refine many future peaktimes anyway.