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    !!! These are stripped-down 192mp3 snippets of the original tracks!!!

    Artist: V.A.
    Title: Compost Blacklabel Series Vol. 5 – compiled & mixed with love and passion by Thomas Herb
    Cat No: CPT 415-2 / CPT 415-3
    Format: CD / Download
    Info: Limited edition hand-numbered gatefold Poc

    01. Rey & Kjavik - Listen
    02. Joash – Don’t Fear It, Fight It (Woolfy Addiction Remix)
    03. Phreek Plus One feat. Mr. White – Passion (DJ T. Remix)
    04. Emilie Nana – Like You 05. Johnwaynes - Dance
    06. Muallem – Holland Tunnel
    07. TJ Kong & Nuno Dos Santos feat. Edward Capel – Emerald Bay (Scope Remix – Nuno Dos Santos Beat Edit)
    08. Marbert Rocel – Let’s Take Off (Osunlade Yoruba Soul Instrumental)
    09. SHOW-B & Thomas Herb – Paradisus (Grooveapella)
    10. SHOW-B & Thomas Herb – Rosso Costiera
    11. Rainer Trueby – Welcome To Our World (Dima Studitzky Remix)
    12. Classic VIV & Lawaetz – This Is For The Women (SHOW-B & Thomas Herb Remix)
    13. Philipp Stoya - Ransd
    14. Emil Seidel - Tumbling
    15. Jay Shepheard – Otter Bronze
    16. Lukas Bohlender – Club Chateâu

    Info: Limited edition hand-numbered gatefold PocketPac

    A sophisticated little bastard of a DJ-mix

    It’s about time for the fifth instalment of the Compost Black Label Series – unveiling some of the finest cuts in the label’s recent history in a versatile DJ mix crafted by Compost family member Thomas Herb, who built a strong reputation as a DJ when it’s about merging soul-injected house, techno and disco into a musical journey. Featuring winner tunes and remixes by Phreek Plus One, Osunlade, Woolfy, DJ T. or Rainer Trueby, Herb is also highlighting the work of new breed like Emil Seidel, Philipp Stoya and Emilie Nana, who all contributed high-quality tunes on the Black Label within the last year. Playing on top of the game since about one and a half decades, the Bob Beaman resident DJ, holding a steadily growing national and international schedule, is kicking things off with some proper nu-school vibes until he smoothly blends to balearic and disco influenced territories – then somehow he’s already in the middle of Holland Tunnel, the New Jersey styled tune by Muallem, opening our minds eye for the glittering skyline of Manhattan and our ears for this music called house - unfolding its purest grooves and energy within the mix. Keeping up the level, Thomas Herb subsequently heading the ship towards a middle west inspired direction, throwing in some decent rave signals without loosing his fluent, elegant style he carefully morphs into a old school Chicago vibe! The set is closing with Lukas Bohlender’s beautiful stringloaden emo-houser Club Chateâu. Apart from storytelling, quality and programming the tunes itself, Thomas Herb unmistakably put some extra focus on adding this kind of warm, handcrafted, dynamic live-vibe – and he succeeds big time with this sophisticated little bastard of a DJ-mix.

    With Compost Records head honcho Michael Reinboth, Thomas Herb co-hosted the Compost Black Label Sessions clubnights held at Harry Klein and later at Bob Beaman for the last four years – sharing the decks with the likes of Jerome Sydenham, Deetron, Jay Shepheard, Osunlade, Agnés, John Talabot, Willie Graff, Kalabrese, Karizma, Heidi, Permanent Vacation, Move D & Thomas Meinecke, DJ T., Nuno Dos Santos and many more. With SHOW-B he’s teaming up for some well recieved productions and remixes from time to time – these smart guys also hosting the weekly radioshow Compost Black Label Sessions, which has been set up in order to spread the vibe of the label and correspondent clubnight to a wider audience.

    Links: (Radioshow) (Thomas Herb)

    Selected quotes on tunes featured in the mix:
    - Really like that ! Will play || Anja Schneider
    - Loving the DJ T remix. || Kasper Björke
    - T's remix is great! Full support. || Ewan Pearson
    - The Grooveapella is great. || Solomun
    - Really really great Onsunlade Remix. || Deetron
    - Great band and great remixes. || Catz n Dogz
    - Nice One! || Jesse Rose
    - Emil doin' it for me in here!! || Iron Curtis
    - Very nice remix by Osunlade || Ian Pooley
    - Nice release incl. A great remix! || Luna City Express
    - Dima mix does it for me.... a nice match to start the fire on the dancefloor! || King Britt
    - dance is the one for me. like it. || Karotte
    - HOT. BLACK LABEL on fire at the moment! || Shir Khan
    - Nice split Ep from Compost, loving Rands and Club Chateau || Tensnake
    - love the simplicity and the great bassline of the Scope remix / Nuno Dos Santos edit || Len Faki
    - Oh yes, wonky as hell but i love it || Luke Solomon
    - DJ T. Remix is great || Joris Voorn
    - Great package, interesting mixes || DJ Deep
    - Brilliant stuff!!!!!!! || Timo Maas
    - Nice one! Like Emil Seidels cuts a lot || Jackmate
    - Club Chateau is the one for me ||. Marco Ressmann
    - I like the Lukas Bohlender tune a lot || Agoria
    - Lovely EP this one! Really into all the tracks here but especially like the vibes on Tumbling. Definitely something i look forward to trying out. nice one! || Jimpster
    - Love Tumbling. Great vibe. || Peter Kruder
    - Monster! Rosso Costiera and Paradisus – Respekt! || Tobias Staab (Groove) - Excellent || Abe Duque
    - I love Jay Shepheard stuff || Michel Cleis - Love Otter Bronze || The Revenge
    - Loving the Osunlade Remix || Ashley Beedle

    Released by: Compost Black Label
    Release/catalogue number: CPT 415-2
    Release date: Jun 21, 2013


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