Out Now: Cristoph ‘Foregone Conclusion EP’ Part 2

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Hello again and a huge Seladorian sized Happy New Year to one and all. After what was a momentous 2015 for us here at Selador Towers, we’re now primed and ready to make this year even bigger and better. Here to prove it, starting as we mean to go on, is our first release of 2016.
As regular receivers of our music you should already be familiar with the Forgone Conclusion EP by label fave, Cristoph which we released last summer and you may also remember that somewhat unusually for us, the release came with no remixes. Well, we thought it was about time we put that right. And so, in all it’s remixed glory, here is the Forgone Conclusion EP – Part Two.
First up a producer that has been making plenty of noise recently with his releases on the likes of Suara & Noir, the one and only, Kiko. The Frenchman tackles the lead track in his own inimitable signature style, overflowing with zest and prime time intensity. The sound of a man at the top of his game.
Next our very own Dave Seaman returns a favour after Cristoph remixed Dave’s ’Naughty Forest’ release a little over a year ago and our head honcho does us proud on ‘Digging In’. Main room melodics with just a touch of wonk, it’s a belter and no mistake.
Then, it’s the turn of Kevin Over on ‘Moments’ who throws off the shackles of his trademark basement house sound and dons his alternative cap to embark on a journey of dark acidic retro flavoured electronica. Heads down for some proper left of centre gear.
And finally, fashionably late to the party, we welcome Lonya. The resident DJ of the the legendary Cat & Dog club in Tel Aviv gives his deep atmospheric Techno take on ‘Time For Change’. A brooding slab of darkness for those late night floors.
So there you have it, Cristoph and friends, prepared in 4 very different flavours to suit every palate. Tasty business, whichever way you slice it.
Selador Recordings – yum-yum!
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OUT NOW: FRAMEWERK ‘FEEL YOU HOLD YOU’ EP

framewerk-2And so, as 2015 reaches its closing stages, Selador Recordings proudly present our final release of the year. To finish off in style, please step forward Darren James & Alec Milliner, aka Framewerk, a UK duo that have been on our radar for some time but we believe have excelled themselves here, delivering their finest work to date on the ‘Feel You Hold You’ EP.

The Original Mix (10 points for anyone who can guess the vocal sample by the way) has already made it onto Dave Seaman’s forthcoming Beyond Borders: Berlin mix compilation in all it’s deep, atmospheric glory and then on remix duties we have friend of the label, John ‘Quivver’ Graham plus one of our favourite Techno producers, man of the moment, Sasha Carassi. Both have turned in stellar performances befitting of the occasion, each with their own distinct sound and flavour. Place your bets people, pick a winner.

Completing the package is a track that will be instantly familiar to anyone who was clubbing in the mid 90s. Dee Patten’s ‘Who’s The Badman’ is considered a stone cold classic in many circles and this 2015 remake gives it a whole new lease of life. A Brucie bonus definitely not to be missed.

Selador Recordings – Two to four hour party people x

http://classic.beatport.com/release/feel-you-hold-you-ep/1657042

selador sessions radio show – November 2015

Listen again to Steve Parry’s Selador sessions show from November 2015 featuring Wehbba, Uner, Ost & Kjex, Snilloc, Jobe, Show-B and many more. This show first aired on November 11th exclusively on Frisky Radio..

OUT NOW: JOBE ‘LAW OF ENTROPY’ EP

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Roll up, roll up. Gather round people. It’s time for another first class delivery from your new favourite label 😉 Next up on Selador Recordings, we’re pleased to welcome Simon JOBE into our ever growing brood who comes armed with 3 lethal weapons that might just give meaning to the second amendment!

You may already be familiar with JOBE through his previous releases for the likes of Akbal Music or Connaissueur Recordings but if not, don’t worry, just acquaint yourself with this EP by way of an introduction.

Law Of Entropy kicks things off, setting the mood with it’s brooding low end, rising crescendos and captivating synth patterns. Executed with class.

Fellow Northerner, Cristoph is first up on the re-rubs with yet another lesson in remix mastery as he carefully retains much of the original’s charm whilst turning the energy levels a couple of notches. A main room assignment.

Next comes ‘Dissonant’, full of drama, swirling atmospherics and a breakdown that’s sure to cause it’s fair share mayhem. Take cover!

Then it’s the turn of Hungarian housemaster, Snilloc who reinvents ‘Dissonant’ as a super stylish, specimen of chunky modern house music. Dirty bomb!

And finally, the curtain call comes courtesy of ‘Critical Mass’, the most intense of the 3 originals, with it’s relentless arpeggios and snarling bass. Proficient, polished and on point.

Basically, you’re looking down the barrel of 3 high grade original productions accompanied by a couple of on-target remixes. Another fine collection of ammunition for your arsenal.

Selador Recordings – All guns blazing x

http://classic.beatport.com/release/law-of-entropy-ep/1642818

OUT NOW: Selador reloads Vol.3

reloads vol 3-1And so it came to pass, the third instalment of our occasional Reloads series (10 bonus points to all of you who realised the anagram). This ongoing project is where we ask friends of the label to cast their magic over our back catalogue. And what a bumper package Volume 3 has turned out to be.

Nicolas Massayeff gets to grips with Jaap Ligthart & Alice Rose, Davi tackles Marc Marzenit, Darin Epsilon & CID Inc take on Robert Babicz, Conecte breathe new life into Dimitri Nakov & B-Vision and finally Chris Fortier gets busy on himself. So to speak 😉

All in all, it’s a cast to be reckoned with. Highly recommended and most definitely worthy of your undivided attention. Lend us your ears, you won’t regret it.

Selador posse in full effect

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http://classic.beatport.com/release/selador-reloads-vol-3/1604368