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Gate / Masterplan
Gate - (5:43) 127 BPM Hot
Masterplan - (5:26) 125 BPM
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IPSO 010
02 Jun 23
Techno
Looking Class / Full Circle Moment
Looking Class - (6:25) 127 BPM Hot
Full Circle Moment - (6:33) 127 BPM
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IPSO 009D
17 Feb 23
Techno
Prison Grass
Prison Grass - (6:25) 65 BPM Hot
Prison Grass (Reduced) - (6:07) 64 BPM
Prison Grass (Synthpella) - (1:38) 85 BPM
Review: Acclaimed Danish producer Rune Reilly Kolsch, who heads up the IPSO imprint, collaborates with ascendant Israeli DJ/producer Magit Cacoon for the electrifying dancefloor drama of "Prison Grass" led by its infectious melody and its ever building tension and suspense throughout. For the DJs out there, a Reduced version is featured that is streamlined for the dancefloor, while that catchy melody we mentioned before is extracted in the handy Synthapella.
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IPSO 008
05 Aug 22
Experimental/Electronic
Louisiana (Kevin De Vries Remix)
Louisiana (Kevin De Vries remix) - (6:04) 63 BPM
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IPSO 0073
04 Feb 22
Techno
Ulm
Ulm - (7:15) 128 BPM
Review: Following on from releasing a brace of EPs last year - including a fine collaborative release with Flug on Drumcode - Dubfire teams up again with a like-minded artist for his first material of 2022. Issued on IPSO, which has already hosted collaborations between Kolsch and luminaries like Michael Mayer, Sasha and Tiga, Ulm is a one-track release that shines majestically. Powered by dubbed out beats and hissing percussive textures, the track's centrepiece is the shimmering synth line that swathes the arrangement in a swirling tapestry of melodies. Working with Kolsch has revealed a deeper side to Dubfire's sound, which he will hopefully interrogate further this year.
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IPSO 0072
14 Jan 22
Techno
Louisiana
Louisiana - (6:41) 125 BPM
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IPSO 007.1
10 Dec 21
Minimal/Tech House
Hold / Clear
Hold - (6:37) 128 BPM Hot
Clear - (5:37) 128 BPM
Review: Acclaimed Danish producer Rune Reilly Kolsch returns on his IPSO imprint with two new expressions in deep house, both presented in his idiosyncratic style as always. First offering "Hold" is an absolutely epic expression in night time drama, with a razor sharp bass playing centre stage that is underpinned by darkened trance motifs and clipped minimal techno style drum programming. Second offering "Clear" by comparison is a more optimistic affair, a euphoric combination of Motor City strings with Kompakt style melodic progressions combining altogether for a glassy-eyed and bittersweet moment on the dancefloor.
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IPSO 006D
20 Aug 21
Minimal/Tech House
Isopolis
Kolsch & Mike Sheridan - "Moving Hands" - (4:34) 119 BPM
Copenhill - (2:25) 157 BPM
Eterna - (4:16) 146 BPM
Kolsch & Mike Sheridan - "Cisterner" - (2:55) 127 BPM
Isopolis - (3:49) 61 BPM
Closer (feat Lunar June) - (5:15) 63 BPM
Awake - (2:12) 127 BPM
Atreyu - (5:02) 62 BPM Hot
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IPSO 005D
12 Mar 21
Ambient/Drone
The Lights
The Lights - (6:39) 127 BPM Hot
The Lights (dub) - (6:51) 127 BPM
Review: Following releases with Tiga and Michael Mayer, the latest collaborator with Kolsch on his IPSO label is Sasha, the legendary DJ. In its original format, "The Lights" is a hypnotic slice of tech-house that resounds to shiny synths and atmospheric melodies unfolding over a bouncy groove. It's exactly the type of melodic track that you'd expect to hear in one of the veteran DJ's own sets. There's also a dub version included, which sees the pair bring the solid bass to the fore, but those spine-tingling melodies, a seamless fusion of Germanic iciness and the tripped out aesthetic of UK tech-house, remain at the core of the arrangement.
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IPSO 003D
22 Mar 19
Techno
HAL, Still So High, First Blood
HAL - (5:45) 125 BPM Hot
Still So High - (6:34) 127 BPM
First Blood - (6:47) 125 BPM
Review: Following last year's collaboration with Kompakt boss Michael Mayer, Kolsch now teams up with another well-known artist. This co-authored release with Tiga starts off in relatively unfamiliar territory: the title track is a fuzzy, chord heavy workout that has an evocative edge thanks to its airy synths. "Still So High" sees the pair revert to type as a buzzing bass supports vocal samples and atmospheric sound scapes, but it's "First Blood" that really captures both artists' style most accurately. A pile-driving rhythm, raw drums and fuzzy, filtered percussive bursts support an 80s synth line that will ensure the latest IPSO collaboration is unforgettable.
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IPSO 002D
24 Aug 18
Techno
HAL
HAL - (5:45) 125 BPM Hot
Review: Following on from Dogma, his collaboration with Kompakt's Michael Mayer back in 2016, Kolsch now invites Tiga to work with him for the second release on IPSO. It's a great meeting of minds; from the Turbo boss' side, there's an intuitive understanding of dance floor dynamics borne out by years spinning in clubs. It is articulated here by the percussive rhythm that underpins "Hal", while, from Kolsch's side come those frazzled vocal samples and the wide-eyed chord builds. Unite all of these elements and the track is just as powerful as the super computer of the same name from the seminal 2011: A Space Odyssey.
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IPSO 002A
22 Jun 18
Minimal/Tech House
Dogma
Dogma 1 - (9:56) 123 BPM Hot
Dogma 2 - (7:29) 125 BPM
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IPSO 001D
07 Jun 16
Minimal/Tech House
Dogma
Dogma 1 - (9:56) 123 BPM Hot
Dogma 2 - (7:29) 125 BPM
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IPSO 001 D
03 Jun 16
Minimal/Tech House
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