Back to Basing house for Superfiction’s bi-monthly appointment at Basing house!
This night we’re celebrating the come back of Blind Minded, featuring his new LIVE set after having missed the last 3 events due to his music journey in South America. Italoboyz will end up the night with their usual twist that floats right in between house and techno… Italoboyz and Superfiction is Powered by Alpha Recording Sound System.
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For all the talk of resurgences and revivals of rugged underground techno, Sunil Sharpe is a perfect example of someone keeping the sound alive and current. The proof’s here in full: 90+ minutes of hard-and-fast bright-eyed British techno with a cattle-rod up its fundament.
House music lovers: Live stream of WOLF, Greymatter, KRL and Medlar. It’s the WOLF music takeover! http://wolfmusicrecords.com Tracklist: Show More!
1. KRL – Machine Code — Wolf Music
2. Detroit Swindle – Brotherman (KRL Remix) — Free Range Records
3. Terrence Pearce — Majik — Dark Energy Recordings
4. BE – All The Thrills — Wolf Music
5. F.E.A.R – I Was There — Black Butter Records
6. Squarehead & Mella Dee – Get Together — Pets Recordings
7. Medlar – ? (Unreleased) — Wolf Music
8. Medlar – The Sun — Wolf Music
9. Duke Dumont – The Giver (Greymatter Remix) — Wolf Music
10. Greymatter – Give It To Me Slow — Wolf Music
11. Unknown – unknown
12. Casino Times – I Wanna Know — Needwant
13. KRL — Static — Wolf Music
14. KRL – (Unreleased) — Wolf Music
15. James Welsh – born & raised — Wolf Music -
16. Dead Rose Music Company – just a bitter love — Wolf Music
17. Instant Funk – Slap, Slap, Lickedy Lap (Larry Levan Mix) — SalSoul Records
18. Dirty Two – Moody (Butt Jackin’ Remix) — Local Talk
19. Medlar – Can’t Stop (Creative Swing Alliance Remix) — Tsuba records
20. Medlar — Terrell — Wolf Music
21. Greymatter – Tesla (Dub) — Wolf Music
22. Greymatter- Sweat — Wolf Music
23. Midnight magic – beam me up — Permanent Vacation
24. Casino Times — Untitled — Wolf Music
25. Fantastic Man – Look This Way — Wolf Music
26. J Phlip – Fever (KRL Remix) — Pets Recordings
27. Greymatter — Tesla — Wolf Music
28. Disclosure – Boiling (Medlar remix) — Greco-Roman
29. Byron Stingily – Sing (Mousse T Dub) — Nervous Old Skool
30. Voices Of Life – Say The Word (Mousse T Dub) — AM:PM
31. Medlar – ? (Unreleased) — Wolf Music
32. Jodeci – Freek ‘n You (MK Dub) — ZAC Records
33. Waze & Odyssey – Feel My Voices — Wolf Music
When Wolf Music’s Greymatter delivered his Mix Of The Week for us last year we knew that this label and the affiliated DJs were something special. From raw Chicago beats to deep Detroit beatdown and mangled twists on disco classics, Wolf’s EPs came our way and consistently adorned the house and disco review pages with full marks given for each release.
The label has seen releases from the likes of James Welsh, Maxxi Soundsystem, PBR Streetgang, Session Victim and OOFT! and the core label DJs and producers are now gaining a cult following from discerning dancefloors across Europe.
Thus we are delighted to announce that KRL, Greymatter, Medlar, and WOLF will be joining us at 4pm this Friday in the Mixmag DJ Lab.
We’ll let the music do the talking. Join us Friday to listen to some of the best underground house music on the planet right now.
Over the past 6 years WOLF Music have earned their stripes as stalwart purveyors of refined House and Disco. Now, in the follow up to Medlar and Greymatter’s debut LPs and EPs from the likes of Ishmael, Ossie and Casino Times they ready their 3rd LP from Dutchman Frits Wentink.
Now residing in Amsterdam, Frits has a glowing back catalogue of soulful, Lo Fi club material that’s touched Heist Recordings as well as WOLF in the form of his ‘Mouse’ and ‘Goose’ EPs. With an experimental approach to hardware and instrumentation, his work blooms naturally through jams and improv and in this – his debut LP: ‘Rarely Pure, Never Simple’ we see a development in this experimentation to enlivening effect.
Working with a meld of grubby samples, chunky percussion and the frequent vocal accompaniment of Utrecht based Loes Jongerling, Rarely Pure Never Simple is a journey through Frits’ influences forged into a cohesive pack of grooves and interludes tinged with a certain charming nostalgia.