It's not so easy to describe what's going on here. Is it Switalo (Swedish-Italo)? Is it Vocoder-Pop? Has it been produced in 1985 and released in 1983?? Doesn't really sound like that age... but somehow very chic...
EGO: Bestehend aus DETLEV SCHMIDTCHEN und JÜRGEN ROSENTHAL. Erste Gruppenerfahrung ab 1971 in Profibands.
1971 DAWN ROAD Jürgen Rosenthal 1973 SCORPIONS Jürgen Rosenthal 1973 GETRIEBE Detlev Schmidtchen 1976 ELOY Jürgen Rosenthal und Detlev Schmidtchen
Bis 1979 waren Jürgen und Detlev an 4 ELOY LP's maßgebend beteiligt. Ende 1979 verließen sie die Gruppe ELOY um eigene musikalische und konzeptionelle Wege zu gehen.
"EGO ON THE ROCKS" ist geboren und zwar zunächst als Duo konzipiert, da beide Musiker eine Vielzahl von Instrumenten beherrschen.
Die erste " EGO " LP " ACID IN WOUNDERLAND " wurde im Sommer/Herbst 80 in Hannover eingespielt.Sie setzen surreale und bizarre Klangbilder und vermischen sie perfekt mit moderner Rockmusik der 80er Jahre.
" ASYLUM " eines der interessantesten Klangbilder hier als Maxisingle für Fans und Freunde von guter Musik in kleiner Auflage.
Let's put some House to the box! This record is classic in every way! The Producer, the Record Label, even the source of the sample. Made by Todd Terry in the early nineties when Strictly Rhythm was in the starting blocks to get really big. The music has a fresh hip-hoppish feel to it and the man Terry, using an Arthur Russell sample in a good way, just makes me wanna move! And yes, i will move. For sure! Dancing anti-static!
Sound Effects and recordings from Vienna, not only made to add sound to your homemade movies or your super-budget hollywood productions. You can use this in your dj-sets too, to make cool and useful transitions or to spice up some tracks with noises to make people go nuts! Let's start with some carhorns...
This disco record does not sound like any other one. It's starting with a classical rhythm, but afterwards it slides into a unusual orchestral combination with a catchy story. Mickey Daniel is a really good teller and perfects the moody atmosphere. This record became more known during the last years. Interestingly it's rising up to 100 Dollars now. A really stand-alone record that should not to be mixed into others.
Another one in the neverending ZYX-Saga. Recorded in the BRD in 1983, most likely at Studio No.1 in Pforzheim, where a lot of good and weird productions saw the light of the day in the early eighties. Caren and Connection seem to be a german studio band in my book, made alive by the myth-enshrouded Ralf Hennings. Ralf, we bless you!
A solid eighties synth-pop production with a new-wavish feel and a slick bass by Roman Grey, who had a small but recognizable hit called "Look me in the Eyes" in 1982. This one here was sort of a follower in 1984, which came out on the british Food for Thought label(same label where Look me in the Eyes came out), but seemingly it got lost somewhere in the eighties between the other one hundred and one million releases. We grabbed it!
Produced by Munich's Harald Faltermeier aka Harold Faltermeyer in 1976. He was working quite a while in the US as composer and became famous in the 80's due to the Axel F Theme. This record was released by Ariola.
Our heading "Three Records to go for!!!" is meant to highlight you some records, mostly newer ones, that turned out into the bleepgeeks music radar through utterly coincidences, well researched record hunts or any other fortunate circumstances. The stuff we introduce can be dance music, comedy, non-dance music, originals, reissues, bootlegs or limited pieces, we don't separate!
In some cases we just liked the Cover of that Record, sometimes we made a mispurchase and sometimes our mandibles came off because of the music which was carved into the rills!
We won't do any reviews, puffing these records up to holy grails or slam them into wax garbage!
It's just made for you to (hopefully) discover new music and new sleeves! We wish you a lot of fun while finding these records at your local record shop on the streets or in your world wide virtual reality through clicking on to your favourite record stop!
Found this for cheap money on a recent trip to Zurich. Nothing too obscure or unknown, in marked contrast. Featured in a lot of playlists and even on a fabric club cd, The Natives Are Restless is a little shiny tool were not much is happening. You know what? It doesn't have to! A groaning female voice and tribal disco beats which really make fun to mix! You should try, especially in the early morning hours. Other offerings on this 12 inch vary from string laden disco to little cheesy "spirit of the age" productions. I'm happy i found this!