Its finally here!!
Brooklyn’s Let’s Play House keeps building momentum with its second release of 2012. This time, label heads Jacques Renault, Nik Mercer, and James Friedman have teamed up with a pair of artists shrouded in mystery—the Dead Rose Music Company—to put out an EP featuring four songs that confound definition…
The Four Songs EP is a collection of tracks that aim to be cinematic in their production approach: these are epic mixes meant to stand the test of time, fueled by huge drops, warm, syrupy bass lines, and ear-tickling effects. While the four songs are technically edits, Dead Rose have left their inimitable fingerprints all over them. Each tune has the air and ambiance of a groove you got into at a party, but can’t remember fully the morning after; they’re visceral and almost dreamy, like the jumbled recollections of last night’s disco fading in and out of strobe-lit smoke on the dancefloor.
Released by: Lets Play House
Release/catalogue number: LPH003
Release date: Mar 9, 2012
The DEAD ROSE MUSIC COMPANY/TOMAS MALO – May Contain Samples EP (Taikomochi)
The ever so mysterious and hotly tipped disco troupe Dead Rose Music Company herald a new stage in their budding production careers with the launch of their own Taikomochi Records imprint. Arriving on white vinyl pressed ultra loud, their debut release proffers two cuts from the DRMC personal archives and offers further insight into the budding production career of Tomas Malo. Being the boss, naturally Dead Rose occupy the A Side of May Contain Samples with the housier bump of “Feels Good” impressing in particular. Complementing this is the sleekness of Malo’s two productions with the subaqueous electro boogie of “We’re Gonna Make It” matching his more feted companions. Vinyl fetishists will also glean some joy in the fact the centre labels have actually been pressed onto the record.
Its all happening over at Taikomochi Towers.
The label is primed and ready to rock, the website is been tweaked and tested and we have a new release on Kolour Ltd about to hit the shelves.
Also on the deck at the moment is the remix we are just mixing down for the solid house label Baker Street Recordings. Watch this space for more details
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