SHIR KHAN presents BLACK JUKEBOX 01
(trax by Homework + Doctor Dru & Adana Twins)
Title: Black Jukebox 01
Format: Vinyl + Digital
Vinyl-Distribution: Rubadub (limited to 500 Vinyl!)
Videocredit: Moodmacher & Büro Banse
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As always EXPLOITED is crossing DJ-Styles easily:
Early support by Round Table Knights (MTP), Solomun (Diynamic), Axel Boman (Pampa), Tim Sweeney (Beats in Space/DFA), Ewan Pearson (Soma), Jesse Rose (MTP), DJ Sneak (Magnetic), Jazzanova (Sonarkollektiv), CatznDogs (Mothership), Soul Clap (Wolf&Lamb), Tiefschwarz (Souvenir), Trickski+Till Von Sein (Suol), Matthew Dear (Ghostly International), Dirt Crew (Dirt Crew), A-Trak (Fools Gold), Sinden (Grizzly), Feadz (Ed Banger), Black Van (DFA), Friendly Fires (XL), Mercury & Munk & Telonius (Gomma), Phil Weeks&Hector Moralez (Fries&Bridges/Robsoul), Oliver$ (MTP), Huxley&Cedric Maison (Hypercolour/Glass Table), Michael Reinboth&Christian Prommer&Rainer Trueby (Compost), Wareika (Tartelet), Pezzner (Freerange), Cosmo Vitelli (I'm a Cliche), RubnTug (Rong), Rampa+&ME+Adam Port(Keinemusik), Florian Meindl (Stil vor Talent)&Lee Jones(Watergate)&Hanne&Lore (Stylerockets), ND Baumecker (Panoramabar), Mr.Ho&Sascha Robotti (Klasse), Solo&Camel (Deadfish), Worthy (Anabetic/Dirty Bird), Crookers (Southern Fried), Nils Ohrmann (Arms&Legs), Shir Khan&Homework&Joyce Muniz (Exploited), David Keno (Kindisch), Acidpauli (Console/Notwist), Bag Raiders (Modular), Digitalism&Jerry Bouthier (Kitsune), Strip Steve (Boys Noize), Grecoroman+Sound Pellegrino DJ-Team, DJ Gregory (Defected), Yolanda be Cool (Sweat it out!), Kasper Bjoerke&Thomas Barfod&Mano Le Tough (Mirau), James Friedman (Throne of Blood/Let's Play House)
Shir Khan & Exploited dip their toes into the world of disco edits with the launch of new label Black Jukebox which sees contributions from label regulars Homework as well as introducing the Hamburg axis Doctor Dru & Adana Twins into the fold. Doctor Dru&Adana Twins lead the way with their slo-mo housed-up boogie-soul joint "Juicy Fruit". Alongside it "Supreme" dips into housier territory with the primitive scratching and rising piano lines giving proceedings an 80s sensation soaked with twilight niceties. Both tracks are presented it in a nicely recut fashion reminiscent of the great Tiger & Woods. On the flip Homework transforming "Lenny" into a glistening disco house number whilst "Love Ray" is perhaps the most straight up excursion into main room filtered disco house territory.
ROUND TABLE KNIGHTS:
"Love it so much!!! Playing Juicy Fruit since months and all the time people ask for the track….Amazing!!! Supreme is also killer!"
"OH YEAH! I love this. Will pick up the Vinyl for sure! Great release!"
"Love this. Both tracks. Can't wait to play them."
"Proper Summer Anthem."
"I like 'Juicy Fruit'!"
"Summer Sleazyness! Sweet!"
"Funny tune here."
TILL VON SEIN:
"Supreme is nice. Solid lil groover for the warm ups."
"Great EP and good start. Like it!"
"Cool tool edits! Will play!"
"It was all a dream, I used to read Word Up magazine."
"5 Stars for Juicy Fruit. Classic."
"Of course. Very nice. Like this a lot!"
"Hahaha. Yeah. Amazing. Amazing. A2 is fun too!"
"Nice one. Great work."
"Wicked! One of my fave Biggie Tracks. This will get played on sunday afternoon at Secret Garden Party here in the UK."
"Very nice indeed."
"Great stuff coming from the label."
"Wicked. Good work!!"
"Black Fruit with Supreme Juke."
"Juicy Fruit is a real JAM. Definitely getting played. Supreme is also excellent... really nice direction for the label!"
"I love the originals of both of these tracks. Been playing the Juicy Fruit out for a few months now. Great first edition."
"With the simplicity of speeding up, judiciously editing and filtering a breakdown, this result would have sat in a Paradise Garage playlist as easily as it will do at Berlin's Panoramabar."
Released by: Exploited
Release/catalogue number: BJ-01
Release date: Aug 15, 2011