LY 10 releases | LIQUID YOUTH

This month’s recap sees new music from Barnt, Fatima Yamaha, Axel Boman, Superpitcher, Auntie Flo, Margot, Robag Wruhme, Private Eyes, Frankey & Sandrino, Dekmantel, Innervisions, Kompakt Records, Holger Records, Compost Records, Me Me Me and Mule Musiq.


01. Barnt – If She Says She Is A Healer, She Is A Healer (Original Mix) [Holger]

Magazine frontman Barnt is welcomed back at Holger for the release of two of his tracks. The A-side carries an ethereal composition where he dives into spaced-out ambient variations, while the record’s B-Side displays Barnt’s iconic take on techno. Extremely strong EP. Grab your copy here.


02. Joakim – On The Beach (Superpitcher Remix) [Crowdspacer]

Crowdspacer and Hippie Dance join forces for the release of Superpitcher’s long awaited remix of “On The Beach”. The remix of Joakim’s cover of Neil Young’s track was made 3 years ago and has been in the sets of Dixon, DJ Tennis and Tim Sweeney ever since. The release comes with an additional 20 minute long ambient cut. Grab your copy here.


03. Fatima Yamaha – Araya (Original Mix) [Dekmantel] 

Live-set wizard and producer extraordinaire, Bas Bron aka Fatima Yamaha making the ‘Dutchies’ proud again with his new 3-tracker on Dekmantel Records. The EP is a worthy successor of his 2015 success after the re-issue of his track “What’s A Girl To Do”, which turned into a major classic. Grab your copy here.


04. Auntie Flo – Remembrance (Original Mix) [Mule Musiq]

The UK based phenomenon Auntie Flo returns to Mule Musiq after releasing his “Reverence“ EP there last October. Packed with mystical melodies and spiritual rhythms, the package is a great start of his 2017 endeavour. Grab your copy here.


05. Oxia – Domino (Robag’s Ewel Xmohl Nb) [Sapiens]

Agoria’s freshly founded Sapiens imprint sees its second release since the label’s debut past November. The EP in question is a remix EP of Oxia’s legendary track “Domino”. On first side, maybe not the best way to mess with such an iconic track, but after hearing Robag Wruhme’s versions we’re pleasantly surprised. Not focusing on the peak-time power of “Domino”, he makes the track his own in a very smart and musical way. Grab your copy here.


06. Private Eyes – Miror Image (Original Mix) [Safe Trip]

Private Eyes, the collaboration project between Interstellar Funk and Jeroen – two precious members of Amsterdam’s underground music community – make their debut with two analogue heavy hitters. The tidy package lands on Young Marco’s Safe Trip imprint and fills the second slot in the records label’s catalogues. Grab your copy here.


07. James Hadfield ft. Danny Linton – Soak (Axel Boman Dubb) [Me Me Me]

Man Power’s Me Me Me imprint keeps demanding our full attention with its string of quality releases. For the label’s third release, James Hadfield takes centre stage with “Soak”, featuring Danny Linton. The full package features remixes by Man Power, Bird Of Paradise, and this mesmerizing “dubb” version by Studio Barnhus mastermind Axel Boman. Grab your copy here.


08. Frankey & Sandrino – Pollux (Original Mix) [Innervisions]

Frankey & Sandrino return to Innervisions with their two track “Wega” EP. With the package, the German duo show us another side of themselves with a combination of lively and vibrant soundscapes. Grab your copy here.


09. Weval – Ways To Go (Margot Mix) [Kompakt]

Margot contributes to Kompakt Records’ latest release, a three track remix package of Weval tracks. Taking on Weval’s “Ways To Go”, the track gets extended into a mesmerizing builder, which takes flight half way in. Grab your copy here.


10. Manuel Tur – Ela (Original Mix) [Compost Records]

Compost Records comes forward with the 13th chapter of their compilation series. Compiled by Compost head honcho Michael Reinboth, the beautiful compilation features exclusives, sought-after tracks and previously unreleased goodies. Manuel Tur contributes to the package with some summertime vibes. We can imagine this track doing quit well at a festival near you this summer. Grab your copy here.

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