Interessantes Konzept. Man nehme einen altgedienten Produzenten, sammle seine Remixe, lässt diese fachmännisch von jemand anderem zusammenmixen und nennt es New Master Serie.


Jennifer Cardini, James Yuill, Kompakt, Nang, Rusty Egan, Remix, Human League, Hotchip, CD, Baxendale, Chelonis R Jones, DJ Mix, Hiem, Arj Snoek

Im konkreten Falle der Nummer 3 der New Masters Series des englischen Labels Nang mixt Jennifer Cardini die gesammelten Remix Werke des Kompakt Helden Justus Köhncke.

Seine Remixe für Hotchip, Human League, Rusty Egan, James Yuill und einige andere Disco House Perlen samt dem neuen Track Fussmaschine bilden die Basis für einen schwer 80er lastigen Mix.

Noch schöner häts vielleicht geklungen mit den Köhncke Hits “Was ist Musik” oder “So weit wie noch nie” aber auch so klingt der Mix nach Temperaturen über 20 Grad, Open Air Festen mit tanzenden Mädels, gaffenden Typen und viel guter schwuler Party Laune.

Sehr schön.
Bleibt erstmal im Player für ne Weile.
Bitte Gästeliste +8.
Yes Justus, you certainly are a master.

Jennifer Cardini, James Yuill, Kompakt, Nang, Rusty Egan, Remix, Human League, Hotchip, CD, Baxendale, Chelonis R Jones, DJ Mix, Hiem, Arj SnoekNew Masters Series Vol 3
Justus Köhncke
Fussmaschine
Nang Records
NANG051 / Rel Date: July 4th 2011








TRACKLIST:
1. Bozzwell – I Cant Be What You Want Me To Be
2. James Yuill – First In Line
3. Arj Snoek – People Know
4. Hot Chip – Over and Over
5. Space – Deliverance
6. Human League – The Things That Dreams Are Made Of
7. Pocket feat Steve Kilbey – Here In Noiseville
8. Hiem – Popscene
9. Chelonis R Jones – I Dont Know
10. Hybrid – Can You Hear Me
11. Justus Kohncke – Fussmachine
12. Baxendale – I Built This City

Jennifer Cardini, James Yuill, Kompakt, Nang, Rusty Egan, Remix, Human League, Hotchip, CD, Baxendale, Chelonis R Jones, DJ Mix, Hiem, Arj Snoek

New Masters Series Vol 3 – Justus Kohncke ‘Fussmaschine’ (Nang Records) by vision music promotions

Germany, late 1980s…..  home computers, sampling, MIDI and a whole new era of bedroom production.  It was about that time that a young Justus Köhncke moves himself to Düsseldorf, the city of Kraftwerk.  Finding himself in the Ata tak studios (home of German electronic pioneers Der plan and Pyrolator) our young hero perfects his craft and purchases his first gear… the die is cast.

Fast forward to 1992 Cologne and JKs first release “fly high” on the fictional NY underground label “Fifth & Madison”.  More releases follow, theatre scores and a debut LP on JKs own “iCi records” labels. In 2001 JK signs to Colonge friends Kompakt, a fruitful partnership producing great releases such as “Was Ist Musik” and vinyl classics “2 after 909”, “Timecode” and the album “Doppelleben”.  Jump to present day….  and when JK is not touring you can find him enjoying his day job working on film scores (in the south of France) with composer Irmin Schmidt (from CAN).

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