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Self And Selfish
Was-Is - (4:25) 129 BPM
Crisis (The Image Of You) - (4:15) 116 BPM
Transposition - (4:38) 63 BPM
Commuters - (4:44) 129 BPM
Loopholes (extended mix) - (8:16) 63 BPM
Fiction Or Fact - (5:29) 92 BPM
Nostalgia And The Missing Sense - (5:56) 96 BPM
CREME 41-5
10 May 23
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The Strange Vice Of Ekman - Part 1
Masters Of The Vortex - (4:20) 130 BPM
A Way Home - (4:46) 135 BPM
How Deep The Grooves - (3:44) 116 BPM
Out Of The Mouth Of The Dragon - (4:30) 131 BPM
Witching World - (5:36) 130 BPM
Lord Of 1000 Suns - (3:32) 131 BPM
The Mirror Maze - (5:13) 130 BPM
Review: Creme Organization presents part one of a retrospective compilation featuring unreleased tracks, spanning two decades of Ekman's productions. These evocative and eerie gems, hidden away in the Dutch master's archives, finally see the light of day. Whether it's the guttural and brooding machine beats of "Masters Of The Vortex", the moody computer funk of "A Way Home", to the gothic electro of "Out Of the Mouth Of The Dragon" to haunting instrumentals like "Lord Of 1000 Suns" - his sound is unique and instantly recognisable.
CREME 12102
10 May 23
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The Strange Vice Of Ekman - Part 2
Slaves To The Metal Horde - (7:14) 126 BPM
The Fortress Of Utopia - (5:42) 142 BPM
The Remains Of Zion - (5:33) 127 BPM
Planet Of The Knob Heads - (5:45) 129 BPM
Devil Birds Of Deimos - (6:33) 130 BPM
The Wheel Of Time - (4:10) 126 BPM
CREME 12104
10 May 23
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3rd Coming - (7:12) 120 BPM
The Approach - (6:21) 129 BPM
Contact - (6:13) 129 BPM
A Perfect Landing - (4:35) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Field Trip - (5:06) 135 BPM
CREME 1299
07 Jan 22
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Global Darkness (Remaster)
Electro Muzik - (5:21) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Interstellar Funk - (5:04) 145 BPM
Alien Life Form - (3:48) 140 BPM
Played by: Rolando
22 Feb 21
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Sturm Bricht Los
Aiwass - (3:48) 113 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
First To Leave - (3:31) 147 BPM
Just Pressure - (3:53) 120 BPM
Sturm Bricht Los - (4:28) 129 BPM
22 Feb 21
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Revenge Of The Ice Python
Bangkok Impact - "Junge Dame" (Bangkok Impact remix) - (5:47) 125 BPM
Bangkok Impact - "Junge Dame" (James White remix - Mr Clavio edit) - (4:05) 124 BPM
Bangkok Impact - "Junge Dame" (Kassen remix) - (4:07) 125 BPM
Bangkok Impact - "Junge Dame" (Legowelt remix) - (9:41) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bangkok Impact - "Junge Dame" (Orgue Electronique mix) - (2:29) 121 BPM
Bangkok Impact - "Taboo" - (5:42) 125 BPM
Bangkok Impact - "Taboo II" - (4:40) 127 BPM
Bangkok Impact - "Seduction" - (5:11) 126 BPM
Bangkok Impact - "Ice Python" - (4:26) 124 BPM
Keyo Laboratories - "Through The Night" - (5:08) 125 BPM
Keyo Laboratories - "Evil Hax0r" - (3:51) 120 BPM
Keyo Laboratories - "On The Sofa" - (2:39) 122 BPM
Keyo Laboratories - "Love No More" - (4:45) 124 BPM
Raheem Hershel - "New Wave Whore" - (3:23) 125 BPM
Review: Anyone wanna party like it's 1984? Dutch label Creme Organization serve up a collection that draws heavily on old school electro and Italo/Euro disco for inspiration. There are just three artists featured: Keyo Laboratories bring us four tracks, of which 'On The Sofa' is definitely the funkiest, while Raheem Hershel serves up charmingly-titled EBM workout 'New Wave Whore'. The rest of the album is the work of Finnish producer Sami Liuski, AKA Bangkok Impact. He delivers four tracks (in a total of nine mixes, five of 'em of 'Junge Dame'), of which the pick is 'Ice Python' itself... assuming you can handle the NSFW vocal, that is!
28 Jun 20
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The Nexus Of Man To Man
Rhythmic Theory - "Sleeper Cell" - (5:25) 122 BPM
'R' - "Iron Tusk" - (8:18) 115 BPM
DB - "XXX" - (6:39) 120 BPM
Simoncino - "Vingas Theme" - (6:48) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Ekman - "Ecophagy Is A Way Of Life" - (5:54) 87 BPM
Innershades - "Feelings" - (5:12) 124 BPM
CEM 3340 - "Cem 96" - (3:31) 138 BPM
Lake Haze - "Under Sea Scout" - (4:00) 126 BPM
Review: Sub-titled "the fragile connections we make in today's muddy world of clouds, ego harvesting and AI driven augmented-realities", this compilation on TLR's Creme label moves its way through a series of styles and sounds. From the low-tempo beats of Rhythmic Theory's "Sleeper Cell" to the clanging industrial rhythm and spooked acid of R's "Iron Tusk", and Ekman's wild electro funk "Ecophagy Is A Way Of Life", Nexus succeeds in conjuring up a dense, somewhat bleak mood. Even on more dance floor-focused tracks like Simoncino's super deep "Vingas Theme and the new school jack of DB's "XXX" and", there's an otherworldly atmosphere running through the firing snares and steely grooves.
15 Jun 20
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State Of Decay
Snorer - (4:01) 157 BPM
State Of Decay - (7:16) 122 BPM
Flat Circle - (6:37) 119 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Nothing Is The New Something - (6:16) 123 BPM
Review: Mule Driver follows last year's Rainshadow release with a brooding four-tracker for DJ TLR's Creme Organization. "Snorer" sees him start the EP with a relatively downbeat electro workout that resounds to a sombre bass. On the title track, he ups the pace for the kind of primal Chicago jam that Creme is renowned for - albeit one that features an ominous vocal. Meanwhile on "Flat Circle", he takes a trip through the kind of atmospheric, tripped out acid landscape that the Dutch label is also known for and once again, the use of vocals add an extra layer of tension to the track. He applies a similar, 303-heavy approach on closing track "Nothing Is The New Something".
CREME 12- 00
08 Jun 20
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Mechanised Dreaming
Entering Sector 11 - (2:09) 71 BPM
Neo Tokyo - (4:04) 77 BPM
When Scanners Collide - (5:15) 69 BPM
At What Cost - (2:18) 76 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Machine - (3:32) 75 BPM
Plains Of Centauri Prime - (3:30) 76 BPM
Her - (4:36) 112 BPM
The Bridging Effect - (3:35) 79 BPM
Existence - (1:45) 76 BPM
19 Jul 19
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Housetime - (5:19) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
It Up (ambient mix) - (2:26) 123 BPM
It Up (original dub) - (4:37) 123 BPM
Tribu - (6:15) 123 BPM
Una Notte Con Michelle - (5:14) 123 BPM
Timezones - (5:19) 123 BPM
CREME 12100
12 Jul 19
Deep House
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Vrs 2 - (6:44) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Inverno - (4:27) 104 BPM
We Dont Really Care - (6:18) 123 BPM
Vrs 3 - (6:12) 126 BPM
Visione Distorte (Air mix) - (7:06) 134 BPM
CREME 1297
28 Jun 19
Minimal/Tech House
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Last Friday EP
Riot - (5:36) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Last Friday - (6:25) 124 BPM
Reduction - (5:00) 123 BPM
Ozyork - (6:14) 125 BPM
Played by: Honey Soundsystem
CREME 1296
28 Jul 17
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Doomsday Argument EP
Doomsday Argument - (6:08) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
The Great Filter - (5:30) 130 BPM
Post Singularity Day - (5:07) 146 BPM
Antifragile - (5:54) 120 BPM
Into The Grey Goo - (4:50) 127 BPM
Played by: Rave Energy
CREME 1295
07 Jul 17
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Outlawed From Reality
Pessimist - "Empty House" (RT's Choppage mix) - (5:53) 170 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Rhythmic Theory - "Outlawed From Reality" - (5:36) 131 BPM
Rhythmic Theory - "Cyclic Motion" - (5:35) 168 BPM
Rhythmic Theory - "Rachael's Theme" - (7:41) 191 BPM
CREME 1294
16 Jun 17
Drum & Bass / Jungle
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The VGP Sessions
Energia (live cut) - (5:58) 86 BPM
Cigarettes - (2:20) 109 BPM
The Deads At Twelve - (4:41) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Nr 13 - (3:38) 119 BPM
CREME 1293
17 Mar 17
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Cosmic Tape Vol 1
Reptilian Treant (original mix) - (6:46) 117 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Rare Centaur - (6:59) 120 BPM
Reptilian Treant (Orgue Electronique remix) - (6:52) 128 BPM
Apocalyptic Moose - (6:15) 120 BPM
Played by: Sanderson Dear
Review: Cosmic Garden's recent EP on Happy Skull, Sealaconda, was one of the finest things the Bristol label has released to date (and that's saying something). This missive for Creme Organization is equally as inspired, with the Italian producer delivering more colourful, weed-fuelled voyages into kaleidoscopic, analogue deep house. Lead cut "Reptilian Treant" fixes warehouse-friendly piano riffs to rubbery synth bass and dense, body-popping house drums, while "Rare Centaur" is a thrill-a-minute ride that craftily combines ragged acid lines, ghostly chords, a bold cello melody, and fiendishly jacking drums. There's some deeper, woozier fare in the shape of the wonderful "Apocalyptic Moose", while Orgue Electronique provides a sparkling, Motor City influenced remix of "Reptilian Treant".
18 Nov 16
Deep House
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Wrath Of Zeus EP
Bundle Of Acid - (7:01) 120 BPM
Wrath Of Zeus - (6:34) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Who You Gonna Call - (6:34) 118 BPM
She Owns The Game - (6:21) 122 BPM
Fortune Teller (Digital Bonus Track) - (6:06) 118 BPM
Review: Since proving his skills via the self-funded Raw Tools imprint, Romanian producer Romansoff has released impressive material on Bitter Moon, Signal Code and Ruff Draft. Here, he makes his first appearance on Creme Organization, unfurling a quartet of cuts that sit somewhere between Legowelt, ASOK, and John Heckle after a fist full of love tablets. Pleasingly, it's a varied affair, featuring both deep and melodious moments (the trippy vocal samples, chiming melodies and shuffling beats of "Who You Gonna Call"), and more obviously upbeat cuts (the swirling, space age throb of "Bundle Of Acid"). Our pick is the tactile, energetic and melodious "Wrath of Zeus", but all four tracks are nigh on essential.
CREME 1290
01 Jul 16
Deep House
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A Mind Forever Voyaging
Loom - (2:37) 154 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
The Killing Game Show - (6:26) 122 BPM
Side Scrolling - (5:28) 121 BPM
Three Sisters - (6:27) 164 BPM
Guardian Dragon - (7:11) 124 BPM
Journey Through Fractal Mountain - (7:03) 83 BPM
Visible Differences - (8:19) 123 BPM
1997 - (6:28) 122 BPM
Lost Patrol - (1:56) 154 BPM
Utopia - (4:56) 164 BPM
Played by: S-File
Review: Having disowned his drum and bass and disco re-edit roots, Stu Robinson has enjoyed a career revival following the adoption of the ASOK moniker in 2012. This upturn in fortunes is no freak occurrence, though; Robinson's productions during the period, which make great use of vintage analogue gear, are better than ever. That much is clear from A Mind Forever Voyaging, his debut album on Creme Organization. Rooted in early '90s techno - both American and European - the set blends distorted drum machine rhythms and intergalactic synthesizer motifs with booming basslines and spooky, outer-space textures. There are, naturally, a few ambient excursions dotted throughout, as well as an impeccable trip into the lesser-explored world of tech-jazz ("Journey Through Fractal Mountain").
02 May 16
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A Mind Forever Voyaging Album Sampler
6800 - (2:36) 131 BPM
The Killing Game Show - (6:26) 122 BPM
Loom (Special Beats mix) - (5:10) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Stu 'Asok' Robinson has come a long way since making his debut on Use of Weapons in 2012, progressively moving further towards the analogue-rich sounds of vintage Motor City techno. The Liverpool-based producer's full conversion to the Detroit cause can be heard on this sampler for forthcoming debut album A Mind Forever Voyaging. Robinson begins with the intergalactic ambience of "6800", before blending classic Motor City chords and punishing broken techno beats on the impressive "The Killing Game Show". Finally, he pushes a pounding kick drum to the fore on the Model 500 influenced throb of "Loom (Special Beats Mix)".
CREME 1291
11 Apr 16
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Can't Joke With Dxy - (6:20) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Faith - (7:11) 118 BPM
Ghosts - (6:11) 120 BPM
Scale - (5:50) 89 BPM
Review: With five releases in the past year, it's fair to say that Frey's star is in the ascent. Ghosts, for TLR's label, showcases his deep, hypnotic sound, and puts him in a similar place as artists like Xosar. This is especially true on "Can't Joke With Dxy" and "Faith", whose warm, tranced out synths and fluid bass sound like they were fashioned after a dreary winter's day on a West Coast beach. The title track is more abstract and freeform, with Frey using a loose rhythm to underpin his swirling synths. Lastly, there's "Scales". With its understated vocals and languid guitar, it could be the soundtrack to an afternoon spent downing cheap beers in one of the Hague's dive bars.
14 Dec 15
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Amazon Atlantis
Images - (5:39) 125 BPM
In Viaggio - (6:09) 125 BPM
Nagano - (6:28) 125 BPM
Warriors After Midnight - (5:18) 127 BPM
Planet Paradise (feat Legowelt) - (5:17) 130 BPM
Memories Of Summer (feat Vincent Floyd) - (4:24) 125 BPM
90's Theme - (3:15) 128 BPM
Dub Theory I - (6:15) 125 BPM
Space Tape 1 - (7:18) 128 BPM
Akai Afro - (6:45) 115 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
African - (5:05) 118 BPM
Sogno Di Mezza Estate - (6:49) 125 BPM
Review: When it comes to throttling those drum machines in the modern day, no one quite throws down the old school vibe as true as Simoncino. Classic Chicago house, jack and Detroit techno all rolled into one. Opener "Images" best exemplifies this knack Simoncino has for motor and windy city production techniques, but it's not just drums and snare tracks, with melodious basslines, leading synths and keys all getting a decent run too. You'll find hi-energy club tracks in "Nagano" and "Dub Theory" while for something deeper check out "In Viaggo" and "Planet Paradise" featuring Legowelt. Other collaborations come from Vincent Floyd in the hyper-classic sounding "Memories Of Summer", and to finish, get lost in the vocal chant of album closer "Space Tape".
05 Oct 15
Deep House
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Ultimate Traxxx
Gigolo - (5:52) 120 BPM
Co Art - (5:25) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Alziemer - (4:22) 102 BPM
Fabric - (7:24) 126 BPM
Review: Lecce's Robert Crash is well known on the southern Italian techno scene and for his collaborations with fellow Puglian retrovert Marcello Napletano. Mr Crash finds a fitting home on Creme Organisation for his crusty, lo-fi, vintage house workouts. These are Ultimate Traxxx indeed! "Gigolo" is a dirty slow burner in all its gritty, dusty glory reminiscent of stuff on Jamal Moss' Mathematics imprint. The booming electro funk of "Co Art" isn't too bad either. There's also "Alziemer" a beatless affair which gets on a darker and atmospheric tip before "Fabric" does minimal house in a frayed circuitry kind of way, think of Daniel Bell jamming in an analogue synth repair workshop.
CREME 12-87
05 Oct 15
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Renessense EP
Anxiety Is Always Here - (5:37) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
The Owner - (6:14) 127 BPM
Renessense - (6:50) 125 BPM
Intention - (4:38) 126 BPM
Review: Mysterious Russian producer Art Crime has previously impressed via releases on Phonica and William Burnett's W.T Records, so it's little surprise to find him popping up on Creme Organization. Nor is it surprising to find the Renessence EP another superb releases that fully showcases Art Crime's talent for the old ivories. "Anxiety Is Always Here" is surprisingly melancholic, with drifting, Detroit influenced chords and tear-jerking pianos complimenting a rolling groove, while "The Owner" is an altogether spookier, more discordant bubbler. There's a fantastically jazzy feel to title track's hissing cymbals, mournful synth strings and minor key melodies, while closer "Intention" is almost ecclesiastical in its use of cathedral organs and heavenly electronics.
CREME 12- 86
10 Aug 15
Funky/Club House
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The Conversation
Nearly Run Over - (6:42) 54 BPM
Jumping Beans - (7:28) 113 BPM
Man's Job - (10:11) 123 BPM
The Conversation - (5:00) 119 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Given his love of basement-bothering house and techno jams and early morning nostalgia, it's perhaps unsurprising that Marcos Cabral has been recruited to join TLR's ever-growing Creme Organization family. There's naturally much to admire on the Conversation EP, from the wonky, distorted techno dystopia of opener "Nearly Run Over", to the smacked-out, L.I.E.S style dusty weirdness of "Man's Job". Elsewhere, keep an eye out for the hypnotic, low-slung intensity of the relentlessly macabre title track, and revel in the redlined beats, foreboding stabs and white noise of "Jumping Beans".
CREME 12-85
22 Jun 15
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Dripbox - (6:03) 123 BPM
Bear Samurai - (6:08) 126 BPM
Hot Trak - (5:08) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Autonomika - (4:54) 83 BPM
CREME 1284
25 May 15
Deep House
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Gnosis Of Wolfers EP
Gnosis Of Wolfers - (4:42) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Ceremonial Acid - (6:43) 120 BPM
Sad Mania - (7:44) 123 BPM
Filterhatz - (5:29) 117 BPM
Played by: Kid Who
Review: Den Haag institution Creme Organisation appears to be making a beeline for the many talented house and techno producers residing in and emanating from Lisbon, Portugal. Thanks to his stewardship of One Eyed Jacks and releases for Don't be Afraid, UTTU, Dissident and more, Marco 'Photonz' Rodrigues is probably the most prominent of this Lisbon set, so it makes sense for the London based artist to lead the way onto DJ TLR's label with Lake Haze and IVVVO set to follow. Quite clearly paying titular homage to Legowelt, Gnosis of Wolfers really highlights how under-rated a producer Photonz is! The title cut is all about the play between sweet melodic elements and the attack of multi layered drums that seem to teeter brilliantly on the brink of all out madness, whilst "Ceremonial Acid" develops a nasty streak in a manner that will sound devastating on the dancefloor. The B side is just as brilliant. Do not pass on this one!
CREME 1281
04 May 15
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Vaporware Tracks Vol 1
Norwegian Crack Dealer - (6:02) 122 BPM
Southwest British Airlines - (4:01) 127 BPM
Satierian Moon Breeze - (4:36) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
The Sea Is So Silent - (5:04) 126 BPM
CREME 1280
27 Apr 15
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Werk It Gurl - (4:07) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Little Pieces - (4:17) 127 BPM
Peekaboo - (5:56) 119 BPM
Feel The Powder - (3:52) 133 BPM
Review: Given his well-known love of cheap electronics, jack tracks and the fluorescent pulse of early '90s warehouse music, it is no surprise to find Unknown To The Unknown founder DJ Haus popping up on Clone's Jack for Daze offshoot. Helta Skelta, a four-track assault on the senses that blends the distinctive swing of vintage drum machines with riotous acid and cheap-and-cheery electronics, holds few surprises. That's not a criticism, though, since few do this kind of retro-futurist dancefloor abuse quite as well as the UTTU man. We can detect a few audible nods towards the bleep techno period, too, particularly on the sub-heavy silliness of "Back 2 Tha Future" and "Metronomy", which sounds like a mutant funk re-make of Unique 3's "The Theme".
CREME 12-79
09 Feb 15
Deep House
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Dreams Of Konders
Meggaton - (4:39) 83 BPM
Dreams Of Konders - (7:40) 125 BPM
Pyramids - (5:46) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Space Is The Place - (5:22) 120 BPM
Played by: Kid Who
CREME 12- 77
02 Feb 15
Deep House
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Maladaptive Brain Dysfuction
Tunnel - (6:16) 118 BPM
Prince Among Men - (5:37) 80 BPM
Sofa Acid - (6:50) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
October Blues - (8:14) 117 BPM
Played by: OOFT!, S-File, Toddla T, Kiwi
Review: On this EP for Creme Marquis Hawkes continues to develop the raw style with which he made his name, whilst adding a few tuneful flourishes. This is most notable on lead track "Tunnel", where a strangely familiar - and decidedly dreamy - melody adds colour to a tough drum machine groove. Similar accolades can be laden upon "Prince Among Men", which ripples with crusty rave stabs and old skool piano touches. Best of all, though, are the record's more stripped back moments; both "Sofa Acid" and the bittersweet "October Blues" bristle with percussive intent.
CREME 12-76
29 Sep 14
Deep House
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Aventuras - (5:55) 115 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Medusa - (4:10) 130 BPM
Chant D'Ombres - (5:00) 122 BPM
Airplanes - (6:32) 120 BPM
CREME 12-78
07 Jul 14
Deep House
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Lack Of Beeing
Lack Of Beeing - (14:34) 124 BPM
Unbennant - (3:21) 124 BPM
Torn - (2:21) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Apophis - (5:45) 115 BPM
Played by: Paul Mac
Review: Having previously impressed with a trio of decidedly clandestine EPs on Purple Maze, Hamburg producer Yor brings his atmospheric brand of subterranean techno to Creme Organization. The centrepiece of an impressive EP is the near 10-minute title track, an epic foray through post-industrial textures, maudlin atmopsherics and dark-room techno rhythms that shifts shape, focus and tempo a number of times. It's an impressive piece of work. There's plenty to get excited about elsewhere, too, with the low-key Detroit futurism of "Unbennant" and acid-tinged analogue fuzz of "Aphosis" standing out.
CREME 12-74
23 Jun 14
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Gavin Guthrie aka TX Connect
Soundtrack 909 - (7:43) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
00707 - (6:11) 122 BPM
Palm Sunday - (8:08) 123 BPM
666 Bass - (6:12) 129 BPM
Metroplex Jaxx - (6:03) 120 BPM
Snappy - (4:12) 113 BPM
Aqua Finess - (4:12) 112 BPM
Desmond's Obsession - (5:54) 125 BPM
Haddonfield, IL - (5:06) 81 BPM
Played by: Shadow Dancer
CREME 12-68_69
16 Jun 14
Deep House
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Crystal Cult 2080
Experiential Awakening - (8:08) 127 BPM
Ancient Rites Demoni Mundi - (4:38) 120 BPM
Excalibur R8MK2 - (4:08) 127 BPM
Psychotic Endurance - (5:25) 120 BPM
How I Live - (4:46) 121 BPM
The Future Of Myself - (4:45) 120 BPM
Fundamental Superstition - (4:33) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Crystal Cult 2080 - (4:02) 124 BPM
When The Spring Comes Again - (6:36) 120 BPM
Cyberspace Is Still Happenin' For Real - (6:45) 127 BPM
Lighthouses & Fried Fish Disks - (4:29) 122 BPM
A Distant Meadow In Your Soul - (6:07) 123 BPM
Played by: Kid Who
Review: Danny Wolfers' restless productivity knows no bounds. Not content with dropping stone cold 12" singles at a furious rate, he's delivered yet another Legowelt album to Creme Organization. Pleasingly, Crystal Cult 2080 (so called because he used a homemade crystal compressor and dusty second hand Roland JV2080- synthesizer throughout the recording process) is up to his usual high standards. There are few surprises - we should all know what we're getting by now - but plenty of reasons to be cheerful, from the fuzzy new age electronica of "The Future of Myself" and muddy Detroit futurism of "Fundamental Superstition", to the tropical pagan mysticism of "Ancient Rites Demoni Mundi" and warped acid of the feverish title track.
14 Apr 14
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A Man Of Qualities
A Man Of Qualities - (7:00) 109 BPM
Mustard Greens - (5:50)
Angulas - (5:21) 119 BPM
Colugo - (5:32) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
CREME 12- 71
24 Feb 14
Deep House
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Wyldlife Genesis
Wyldlife Genesis - (6:32) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Eye Of The Wavestorm - (4:09) 123 BPM
Played by: Kid Who
Review: Creme Organization's imperious year continues apace with Wildlyfe Genesis, the solo label debut from Xosar! Increasingly regarded as Legowelt's muse, Xosar of course has previous on DJ TLR's label, debuting the Trackman Lafonte and Bonquiqui 'surfer house' project shared with Danny Wolfers on Creme last year. Eagle eyed XOSAR followers will undoubtedly realise that the title track has been listed on the artist's own website under the unreleased tracks section, and the label state the accompaniment "Eye Of The Wavestorm" is of a similar vintage, dating back to the time of her debut release on L.I.E.S. Regardless of their age, both cuts have that timeless mystical quality that all Xosar material comes soaked in and the cover art for Wildlyfe Genesis features a further demonstration of Xosar's visual talent.
CREME 12- 61
11 Nov 13
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For My Father
Interval I - (1:31) 138 BPM
Tape I - (6:14) 125 BPM
Tape II - (4:39) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Interval II - (0:37) 124 BPM
Tape III - (4:24) 125 BPM
Played by: Paul Mac, Kisk
Review: Renowned analogue fetishist Simone Vescovo makes a welcome return, popping up on the mighty Creme Organization with another EP of spine-tingling late night atmospherics. As with his recent LP for Mathematics, Open Your Eyes, Vescovo plays around with moods and tempos, delivering a pair of impeccable synthesizer soundscapes (the brilliant "Interval I" and "Interval II") and a trio of vintage house tracks. With its undulating melodies, clattering Chicago drums and melancholic chords, "Tape 1" sounds like Behaviour-era Pet Shop Boys produced by Larry Heard. There's more Heard influence on the gorgeous, heartbreaking "Tape II", while "Tape III", with its winding new age melodies and hissing cymbals, sounds like a long lost Burrell Brothers' Nu Groove-era masterpiece.
CREME 12- 70
04 Nov 13
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Songs To Elevate Pure Hearts (remixes)
Songs To Elevate Pure Hearts (KiNK & Rachel remix) - (5:14) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Against The Tide (Marquis Hawkes remix) - (6:57) 116 BPM
Son Of House (Moon B Houz Mutha mix) - (5:31) 120 BPM
CREME 12-66
22 Jul 13
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Run From The Sunset
Pong In A Tracksuit - (5:35) 118 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
No Answer - (4:55) 126 BPM
Run From The Sunset - (5:25) 122 BPM
Touch The Light - (6:20) 116 BPM
Review: After a killer run of releases for The Trilogy Tapes, L.I.E.S. and Rush Hour under his many monikers, William Burnett returns to DJ TLR's Creme Organization with Run From The Sunset EP. Be it crafting lo-fi power house for L.I.E.S and Creme Organization, dreamy synth sessions for NYC label Sequencias or unlikely club anthems like "The Overlord" for Will Bankhead's Trilogy Tapes imprint, William Burnett ranks alongside Legowelt in his ability to produce frazzled house music weighted toward the not-so serious end of club techno. His return to Creme sees the multi-faceted DJ and label boss canvass an array of sounds, ranging from deep, chord driven Chicago-style house to playful electronica and traversable worm-holing techno.
CREME 12-64
27 May 13
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Songs To Elevate Pure Hearts
Dark Star - (3:26) 118 BPM
Songs To Elevate Pure Hearts - (5:48) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
The Girl From Kowloon Tong - (2:17)
Against The Tide - (3:43) 124 BPM
Rough Side - (4:32) 123 BPM
Everything I Know About House (I Learned On Facebook) - (5:25) 124 BPM
Axiomatic - (4:47) 122 BPM
Son Of House - (6:29) 122 BPM
The Only Path - (6:01) 117 BPM
A Better Life - (3:31)
Never Alone - (5:33) 121 BPM
20 May 13
Funky/Club House
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Our Discovery
Our Discovery (Orgue Electronique remix) - (6:38) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Burnin Tears
Review: Creme Organization proudly give us a digital version of Orgue Electronique's remix of "Our Discovery" by Henry Saiz - a certified booty-shaker in itself! Mr.Orgue is a master on those keyboards, and his densely italo approach stands out loud and clear in the mix, combined smartly with a contemporary house flex and manifested here by a swooping layer of low frequencies. It's one of those tracks for both home usage and dance floor destruction - the decision is yours, make of it what you will - recommended!
17 May 13
Funky/Club House
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Commanchees Revenge
Commanchees Revenge - (8:27) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Tetrahedron - (5:51) 125 BPM
CREME 12-62
01 Apr 13
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Our House Remixes
Our House (Kink & Neville Watson remix) - (7:00) 122 BPM
Our House (Willie Burns 1st) - (4:39) 122 BPM
Our House (Willie Burns 3rd) - (5:44) 120 BPM
Our House (DJ TLR's Leave Your Brain At The Door edit) - (4:50) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Paul Mac, Society, Ben Klock
CREME 12-59
12 Nov 12
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The Last Magic Maker
The Last Magic Maker - (4:39) 112 BPM
A Chamber Always Hidden - (1:50) 116 BPM
Short Arms & Long Rockets - (4:14) 115 BPM
Tunguska - (2:52) 123 BPM
On The Fields - (7:44) 121 BPM
Room Voices (bonus 1) - (5:30) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
The Body Politic (bonus 2) - (4:20) 123 BPM
CREME 12-57
12 Nov 12
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Front Butt
Mongo Raw - (6:27) 122 BPM
Habituation Micturation (feat Kevin Reynolds) - (5:30) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Front Butt - (5:42) 120 BPM
White Monkey Holding Peach - (5:08) 118 BPM
Spite Donkey Scolding Leech (bonus mix) - (5:12)
Review: Having come to the fore with a quite superb outing on Speculator's WT imprint last year, Alex Israel adds another respected label to his discography with the Front Butt EP on Creme Organization. Described by the label as Chicago's own overlord of deranged deep house, Israel comes good on this with four tracks that align perfectly with the Creme Org aesthetic. Misty analogue textures sway rhythmically around the relative calm of opening track "Mongo Raw" which don't really prepare you for the outright jam that follows. "Habituation Micturation" is one of those effortlessly effervescent Motor City productions, raw and dusty and driven by the kind of uplifting melodic touches that tease your feet into action. It also features Detroit secret weapon Kevin Reynolds on speakerboxx duties revealing the frustrations of living in his neighbourhood, specifically some crack head relieving himself on Reynolds' garden fence. The title track adds a certain pensive mood to proceedings, as downtrodden melodic elements duke it out with the relentless jackhammer sounds of percussion before a delightful left turn into freeform ivory tinkling. Those craving some swampy organ sounds will be sated by the closing smudged jacker "White Monkey Holding Peach".
CREME 12-58
15 Oct 12
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Strange Paradise
Our House (feat Robert Owens) - (6:22) 122 BPM
Longing - (6:19) Biggest-selling track on this release
Whatchamacallit - (5:30) 130 BPM
Meant To Be - (7:11) 125 BPM
Undergrowth (feat Fre2k) - (8:00) 120 BPM
Saturated - (6:09) 125 BPM
Real Rainforest - (4:23) 123 BPM
Relieve Me - (6:22) 130 BPM
Wind Of Summer - (4:51) 120 BPM
Dance Of The Robbins (feat Alden Tyrell) - (6:24) 120 BPM
Sunn (reprise) - (5:09) 123 BPM
Played by: Paradiso Rhythm
29 Jun 12
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Nur Fur Die F-104 - (6:59) 120 BPM
Grossenwahn - (4:46)
Nachbrenner - (5:00) 120 BPM
Alle Piloten Mit In Den Tod - (6:20) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Pilot Was Killed - (6:11)
Played by: LAYUP
Review: With their output gaining ever more praise through the explosion in interest over Legowelt, Creme Organisation are well placed to showcase the more renegade approaches to gritty, analogue dance music. However, it's highly doubtful that anyone would be ready for their celebration of the F-104 Starfighter jet. The artist behind the vehicular geeking is none other than Rude 66, veteran of Bunker Records style acid and tweaked electro funk, a man with a rich experience in contorting synthesisers into creating paranoid ambience and rock solid grooves. As you might expect he's showcasing a slightly different side to his productions this time around, spreading this strain of his psyche across five chilling cuts of restrained techno. If there's one element which characterises this EP, it's the choral pads that dominate each track. The beats and acid lines, for the most part, drop in a polite and measured manner. The sounds themselves are rough and hissing, but neatly side-stepping unnecessary volume. Instead these disembodied wraith vocals ring out haunted melodies, which creates a consistent atmosphere of other-worldliness. The real skill of a musician is in taking one approach and creating five distinct and utterly engrossing tracks from it. Jagdstaffel 66 has more than proved his worth in that department.
30 Apr 12
Minimal/Tech House
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Fortune Of The Lord
Fortune Of The Lord - (5:03) 120 BPM
More Than A Cat Has Ever Seen - (4:57) 116 BPM
The Feeling, The Force - (5:48) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Fascinating Facts - (6:05) 122 BPM
Played by: LAYUP, Alkalino
CREME 12-56
23 Apr 12
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Krypta 1982 (Rare Robotnicks Part 2)
It's Not My Life - (1:30) 158 BPM
Intro For Live Performance - (3:26) 122 BPM
Via Del Salviatino - (3:02) 138 BPM
In The Krypta 1 - (3:40) 132 BPM
Studio 01 - (3:28) 110 BPM
Base Dance - (3:56) 128 BPM
Mexicana - (4:49)
The Dark Side Of The Spoon - (5:40) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Arabesca - (4:12) 119 BPM
Made In China - (3:14) 124 BPM
In The Krypta 2 - (1:42) 137 BPM
La Folie - (5:31) 122 BPM
Appuye Sur Le Champignon - (4:28) 115 BPM
Salt Peanuts 1 - (6:03) 123 BPM
Air Stack 1 - (1:58)
Salt Peanuts 4 - (8:18) 148 BPM
Air Stack 2 - (1:00) 120 BPM
Salt Peanuts 2 - (2:47)
Review: The pioneering Italo producer is still prolific in the studio, but he also has a huge back catalogue, as this latest reissue shows. A good deal of the release focuses on trippy synth scapes - "It's Not My Life" and "Dark Side of the Spoon" - or grainy ambience, audible on the various instalments of "Salt Peanuts" and "Air Stack". However, what really makes this collection so valuable are Robotnick's experiments at the edges of the Italo Disco sound. "Mexicana" features a sassy electro shuffle and camp vocals, "Studio 01" is the kind of sewer techno that Unit Moebius went on to make and "Arabesca" sees Robotnick welcome Middle Eastern motifs to his spacey disco sound. It makes for one hell of a journey.
23 Jan 12
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