OUT NOW JUST ON BEATPORT EXCLUSIVE!!!
InfraDigrecords Presents - Flexible Present VA/ Compilation
Release Date: April 30, 2013
01 Delia Ros, Matte - All Is Nothing
02 Campaner - The Old Beat
03 Strung Fellows - Back To Nature
04 Strung Fellows - Love You Better
05 Hugo Carrano - Come & Play
06 Schenk - That Girl
07 Campaner - The Rhythm In Your Ears
08 Hugo Carrano - Come & Play (Jonathan Jou Vocal Mix)
09 Diego Macias - Switch of the Shift
Richie Hawtin / Minus / Berlin
Favorite track: Delia Ros / Matte - All Is Nothing Orig mix 3/5
Orde Meikle / Slam
“nice tunes - will road test thanx”
favourite track: 1._Delia_Ros_Matte_-_All_Is_Nothing_Original_Mix rating: 4/5
Philip Stirzaker / Deepmentality Records / Schatten Records /
Campaner - The old beat is the one from me. Brilliant track. Will support.
Greg Fenton / DMC World Magazine / MUM UK Manchester Underground
Like Strung Fellows - love you better & Come and play 4/5
Lars Wickinger / House Of House / Berlin
Back to nature is my fav..! 3/5
Paul Sparkes / Babylon Records / Ban-off Music
" Love u better is class 4/5
Pole Folder / Reworck
Ugo Carrano - Come & Play for me. Thank you 3/5
Atesh K / Radioactiva Records
favourite track: Strung Fellows - Back To Nature orig mix 4/5
Giovanni Della Piuma / Vulcania Records
Back To Nature is awesome, Full Support for that tune! also several other cool tunes in this release! 4/5
DESCRIPTION:InfraDigrecords returns after a short breather to this crazy, flexible present.
To celebrate we put together a nine track compilation entitled Flexible Present with only the latest sounds from the deep house/techno scene just for you. We welcomed new artists from all over the world: San Diego artist Delia Ros teams up with Matte for the atmospheric and chunky opener "All Is Nothing". Mallorca's Campaner provides the compilation two excellent, bass-line driven deep house cuts while the Copenhagen duo Strung Fellows immerses that sound into a cascade of funky tech-house on their two summer-themed contributions. Hugo Carrano of Puerto Vallarta also has two tracks on Flexible Present - one original and one remix from Mexico City's Jonathan Jou. The original is a dark and funky dance floor shaker, Jou's
remix accentuates the electro elements for an upfront tune that's ready to fill the floor. The compilation shifts to South Africa for the enigmatic Schenk and the laidback, tracky grooves of "That Girl" before closing with Guanajuato's Diego Macias' tasteful and melodic "Switch of the Shift" to complete the globetrotting music journey.
The quality of the music on this compilation represents what InfraDigrecords is all about. The label is always committed to the best music and sound, so have a seat, give Flexible Present a listen, and enjoy!