Sort By Artist
View Options
  • Items per page:
  • 10
  • 20
  • 50
  • 100
  • 500
  • Save sort order:
  • Yes
  • No
  • Show tracks:
  • 0
  • 2
  • 5
  • All
Format: Select format
06 May 16
Ben Klock - "Sirens" - (8:26) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Ryan Elliott - "Smith Lake" - (6:04) 131 BPM
Len Faki - "Rainbow Delta" (Ambient mix) - (4:56) 115 BPM
from $1.93
Review: Part nine of ten in Ostgut Ton's tenth various artists compilation and they're pulling out the big guns now to celebrate proceedings with a big bang. Star resident Ben Klock has taken quite a long hiatus from production but he's still got it, as shown on the tunnelling and cyclical cut "Sirens". Fellow resident and Detroit ex-pat Ryan Elliott serves up the soulful and emotive "Smith Lake" which is brilliant and reminds us of Exos or "Dead Eye" era Baby Ford. Finally resident party animal Len Faki surprises many with the ambient mix of his undisputed anthem "Rainbow Delta" and it is absolutely sublime; you can just drift away to this one, you'll see!
O-TON 068
17 Jun 13
Minimal/Tech House
Stepmode - (6:16) 129 BPM
Stillsteppin - (6:23) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
from $1.93
Review: Elliott may have left Detroit a number of years ago to pursue his dreams in Berlin, but the Motor City's influence still features heavily in his music. On the title track for his latest Ostgut outing, it bubbles to the surface on the brittle, metallic percussion and the malevolent bass that purrs its way through the arrangement. Of course there are other elements at play here, and the siren riff, flickering minor keys and looped vocal snippet have a decidedly European slant. Elliott's ability to weave these two seemingly disparate sounds together makes "Stepmode" so compelling. There is no such move on 'Still Steppin', but the interplay between its dubbed out drums and tropical melodies make it just as enticing.
Rocksteady EP
O-TON 044
21 Feb 11
Rocksteady (original version) - (7:07) 128 BPM
Steadyrockin (original mix) - (7:08) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
from $1.93
Review: Newly ensconced down south in Auckland, Magik Johnson launches his new Neat Music imprint in a dust off with those twisted sisters from New Zealand known as MayaVanya. Echoing the current clubbing climate, "Don't Need No One" is an infectious post UK F rattler, chopping up diwali style handclap beats over layered bass undulations. Add vocals from Silva MC and Rugged Techniques and it's a perfect match. Johnson dons his Magik J alias for a rerub that transforms the track into Dirtybird territory whilst Nightshifters stalwart Rob Threezy adds his own futuristic Chi Town club angle to proceedings. Watch out for those hoover bass washes!
Fabric 88: Ryan Elliott (DJ Mix)
17 Jun 16
various - "Fabric 88: Ryan Elliott" (continuous DJ mix) - (1:10:25) 129 BPM
from $8.64
Add to Wishlist
Add to Chart
Add to Wishlist
Add all tracks to Chart