"Rising 2016" is deep and dubby balearic tech house. Netto Houz sampled
their classic Ladomat 2000 track "Rising" to produce two versions of a
floating and swirling monster, a late transatlantic descendant of
electronic krautrock as well as tracky Chicago house. The latter
becomes evident when DJ Kriton reworks the drum parts in his jackin' "Rising Beats".
Get two copies of this 10th release on Knuggles Recordings and mix them
from breaking dawn to bright morning sunlight!
Knuggles Rec. is very delighted to present Moire Patterns` second Essential Play EP.
The title track "Get It Thru" puts you right in the middle of a pumping house party. This grabbing and powerful long-playing tool with afro kick grooves and haunting vocal licks will keep your bottoms up! Look out! It can knock a hole in your wall.
On the flip side Moire Patterns is featuring special edits of tracks by two original artists: Jaone and Bratacas.
Led by a tambourine, the constantly modulating pattern of "Taxanetsi Brothers" drives you into a more platonic dimension of classical and balkan music. Disco fashion!
"Bratacas 029" has been selected from the diverse works of Bratacas. It's an elegant ambient electro-acoustic piece that makes us reminisce about the UK D'n'B scene of the late 90ties. Or is it Detroit?
This time Netto Houz comes in three flavors: Deep House with a captivating latin groove,
R & B and a more experimental blend called "Feels So Good Inside", which might be useful
to get certain things straight. This 12" on Knuggles Recordings is dedicated to the urban summer!
This song can electrify dance floors! Elbee Bad goes back to his roots,
to the early development of house music in the 80′s and makes it sound
absolutely fresh and contemporary. After he already appeared in collaboration
with Netto Houz on Knuggles Recordings, we now feel very honored and excited
to release a full 12″ with exclusive new material by the Prince of Dance Music.
Moire Patterns sends his most essential of hellos to the world with his
new release on Knuggles Recordings, featuring two delicious tracks on 12″ (vinyl only).
A: Warning Parrots – it’s a Warning! Warning! Warning! Moire Patterns with Nic 2Birilli
welcome the summer with a live recorded jam, inspired by their mediterranean origins.
A balearic journey unto its own.
AA: Lofty Principle – are you ready to elevate your principles?
Do you have the strength to carry on?
Nikolaos’ love of the raw & analog ways has created a piece of work
with 808 garage elements that set off waves and twirl you into ecstasy.
Mixmasters will love this one.
KNR005 – NETTO HOUZ, "ROSSI'S RECORDS / NOCTAMBULISM"
Newly mastered and cut on 45 RPM, Knuggles Recordings issues two
kicking club tracks by Netto Houz from their album “Room 7101″.
“Noctambulism” and “Rossi’s Records” were recorded in 1997 under
the strong influence and in deep adoration of the music released
by the great Chicago house music labels of that time.
"Gent 88" is a deep and constantly shuffled oldschool techno bumper by
producer Mirko Hecktor from Munich with a striking triole bells theme
and recurring female vocals. The track was produced as a homage to the
early days of the Belgian label R & S Records, which was the blueprint for
labels releasing techno and house music on the european mainland.
The "Homeless House Chicago Raw Remix", produced by Berlin based Moire Patterns
& Dj Kriton, takes the track back to Chicago and into a massive house club
atmosphere with stomping underground attitude.
KNR002 – NETTO HOUZ / MOIRE PATTERNS, "7107 MUSIC / THE ROOTS ANTHEMS 001"
The second release by Berlin based Knuggles Recordings will be coming out in December.
It features the previously unreleased original 12" mix of "7107 Music" by Netto Houz. This
hybrid of Chicago deep house and oldschool electro caused some dancefloor action back
in 1998, when it was originally released on Ladomat 2000.
On the flipside, Knuggles
Recordings presents a new exciting producer: DJ Nikolaos aka Moire Patterns spins his
track "The Roots Anthems 001" (co-produced by DJ Kriton) into a modern and spherical
growing deep house bomb. Enjoy!
Netto Houz are back with an extended and newly mastered version of “Bad Man Speaks”,
first released on their album “Room 7107″, published on Ladomat 2000 in 1998.
The Prince of Dance Elbee Bad explains the difference between house and house music
to an oldschool four-four rhythm running on 113 BPM.
The flipside of the 12″ contains
the previously unreleased deep house summer track “Knuggles”, which builds on beautiful
chords with a live Rhodes piano jamming to it. First release on Berlin based Knuggles Recordings.