German Producer Florian Kruse makes his full debut on Selador following previous appearances remixing for Several Definitions and as a contributor to our last Showcase compilation.
Here he enlists the South African beat poet, Lazarusman on vocal duties for ‘The Proof Of Life’, an insistent Tech House winner whose DNA traces all the way back to Lil Louis’ electronic benchmark, ‘French Kiss’.
Remixes come courtesy of Italian Paul Ursin who adopts a deeper darker approach while fellow countryman, Paride Saraceni adeptly unlocks the original’s spiritual side.
If it’s proof you need, then look no further.
Team Selador – No doubt
Marc Nadal Martinez, aka Affkt (the k is silent by the way), has played a starring role in the Selador story since his debut back in 2014 with several of his tracks and remixes carving their way into the label’s lexicon. And now the Spaniard returns with another blockbuster in the form of ’Sunday Ghost’, a wonderfully eccentric ride through the outer reaches of electronic galaxy. A spaced oddity that growls and sparkles in equal measures and shows the prolific Sincopat boss at the peak of his imaginative powers.
Remix duties fall to Selador boss Dave Seaman who picks up where he left off on his last remix for Affkt, the sublime ‘Between Us’, earlier this year with another stunner.Plus there’s an extra special bonus remix too as Huxley dons his Martinet alter ego to deliver a superb rework of Affkt’s contribution to the recent Selador Showcase compilation ‘Cliff’.
Miss this collection of beauties at your peril people.
After collaborating last year on the well received ‘Ines’ track, Selador boss Dave Seaman & French producer Antoine Garcin, Aka Acumen, struck up a bond through mutual admiration for each other’s work. Now that has connection takes its next logical step as the Frenchman makes his debut on Selador with two huge productions. Both ‘Instinct Primaire’ & ‘Femme Fatale’ have been go-to weapons of choice for those luckily recipients of an advanced promo and now label favourites Marc DePulse & Justin Massei come bearing their own takes that offer both tougher and deeper alternatives respectively.
Selador Recordings – C’est Magnifique X
Long time friend of Selador, Stelios Vassiloudis is back on the label with a new creation of epic proportions. The Greek producer has, in our humble, if slightly biased opinion, outdone himself here with the glorious ‘Sierra Alpha Victor’, a passionate, soaring tribute to the place we know and love the best, the hallowed dance floor of the underground.
Variations on the theme come from the one and only Quivver, delivering yet another top-drawer remix, this time donning his Techno trousers for no nonsense, heads down affair. Whilst Connaisseur Recordings artists, Italian producer, Olderic takes his turn at the helm with a pulsating, robust workout. Modern Progressive.
Make no mistake, this one reaches for the stars and takes it’s pick.
Selador Recordings – where the planets align.
Selador main man Steve Parry is back on the label as we revisit his highly regarded ‘Luna’ track from the beginning of this year. Originally appearing on Volume 4 of our Selador Showcase series to widespread acclaim, we felt it was about time it owned it’s own catalogue number and have recruited a few influential friends to make sure it all goes off with a bang.
The Original Mix plays host to a gathering that includes label fave Dubspeeka dropping by with a gift of a remix, positively brimming with his deep, dark, hallmark Techno flavourings. Next we roll out the red carpet for Spanish Electronic Music royalty in the form of Wally Lopez who unleashes a unstoppable Progressive juggernaut. And finally, rising Croatian star Andrea Ljekaj brings some fresh blood to the party with a beautiful piece of otherworldly goodness.
Yet another mission complete then. It’s not what you do, it’s the way that you do it.
Team Selador – To the moon and back.