Our 19th Podcast is quite special this time. It’s an one hour-long snippet of Zambon’s latest gig at the club WOSK in Poznan, Poland, where he, among other things, takes care of booking international artists. Playing right before Justin VanDerVolgen, he managed to push the record button in the right moment of his set.
If Zambon doesn’t jet around the world playing his own style of Disco-, House and Balearic- Music, he’s busy with his label ‘ The Very Polish Cut Outs’. It occured that the label published a number of obscure polish Disco Edits which were produced by artists including Ptaki, Chłopak Z Sąsiedztwa, Maciek Sienkiewicz, Eltron John, Telephones or Zambon himself.
The next project that is planned so far is the label ‘Transatlantyk Records’. Within the next few weeks the first tracks will be published on it. We are excited and know that if it’s going to be only half as good as TVPCO we can expect a musical firework.
In the meantime we wish you a lot of fun with this mix by one of –in our opinion- best polish DJ exports.
Listen here -> https://soundcloud.com/champloo-music/champloo-music-podcast-19-with-zambon
Following the podcast by Oskar Offmann we will introduce you another inspiring artist from this year’s MoxxoM Line up. The Berlin Monomood mixed a 60 minute long set of finest and deepest Dub Techno for our 14th Podcast.
Monomood was born in a small village in the very east of Germany during the mid 80s. He lives in Berlin for more than ten years now. As an artist he is difficult to categorize. What is it? Techno? House? Drum and Bass? What about a quantum Funk or Ambient? Well, actually, it’s always a bit of everything – but it’s always new and fresh. It is hard to find the leitmotif, and yet there is one: quality. After dwelling on the Drum and Bass station for a while, it is most accurate to say Monomood took a sidestep towards his musical origin: the cosmos of dubby Techno sounds. His vinyl debut on Etui Records, carries us into the complex world of echoed chords and spacy delays. And while things are constantly changing, the sound of Monomood isn’t standing still indeed. With more focus on the raw side of techno and highly appreciated releases on shtum and needledrums on his way, monomood launches his own platform called „abstract animal“ in spring 2013 to bring his floor-moving peaktime-attitude to vinyl.
01. Envee – Kali [U know Me]
02. Pat Appleton – Smart Traveller (Bozoo Bajou’s Sufferer Remix) [Stereo Deluxe]
03. Monomood – Fog [Eevonext]
04. Salz – Stainless Dub (Joergmueller Remix) [Telrae]
05. Stardice – Greedy Textures [Modular Expansion]
06. Van Bonn – Onwards I (Raffaele Attanasio Remix) [Telrae]
07. Delano Smith – Inspiration (Reconstructed by Makam) [Pariter]
08. Jordan Fields – You Make Me Feel (Sahin Meyer 031 Remix) [Whatever]
09. George Fitzgerald – Needs You [Hypercolour]
10. Ilevina – Nobodys Truth [Capital Bass]
11. Jitterburg – Radio Theme [Metrolux Music]
12. Monomood – Vault (Mike Dehnert Remix) [Abstract Animal]
13. Alchemyst – Lucy (Abstract Animal Edit) [Abstract Animal]
14. Monomood – Dominate [Abstract Animal]
15. Truncate – 17 [Truncate]
16. Insect O. – Sands Of Rainbow [Etui]
After a somewhat longer break than planned, we will now start the Champloo Music Podcast series again at regular intervals. We are very pleased that Oskar Offermann has found an already completed mix in the depth of his treasures that we want to present to you..
Oskar Offermann is the mind behind the Berlin House Label WHITE. Now, with nearly 20
publications the label has shown that their claim on their own work is endless. With their hand for aesthetic in design and the good sense for the right groove the label is made to stay in the german house scene.
But it´s not only the label operation and playing records. The thirst for action unfolds in
interdisciplinary projects or own series of events, as in Bar25 or in Horst
Kreuzberg…what most established labels and producers in a city like Berlin forget about,
WHITE does -true to the DIY principle- a platform for especially newcomer and a more innovative interpretation of House.
When he is in action the “beardy sexiest man alive” focuses to Deep House and Disco.
Rough, raw and groovy, but always with an eye for songs and melodies.
But for now we will let the music speak. Enjoy.
The 11th Champloo Music Podcast is made by a vinyl lover and advocate of the pure disco sound, Marcel Vogel aka. Em Vee from Amsterdam.
The bearded Lumberjack from rural Germany is chopping soulful tunes as a profession and releasing some of these on his Lumberjacks in Hell imprint. Then others you’ll only hear in his DJ sets. Many influences shinning through when Em Vee is behind the decks: the heat and energy of the Chicago Disco masters, the grittiness of the Detroit godfathers, the playfulness of Berlin’s freestyle jocks and the soulful tradition of New York Garage.
Let’s chop some wax and heat the dancefloor up!
No tracklist, sorry.😉
Here are two free tracks for the disco audience. The first is made by Martin Hayes from Leipzig, Germany. Martin is one of the labelheads of Rose Records and a real disco advocate. The other one is by Frank Booker from Auckland City, New Zealand. Frank is famous for his good musical taste and his releases on labels like Untracked, Sleazy Beats & Kolour Recordings LTD.
Martin Hayes – Givin’ up
Frank Booker – Hope
That’s what KooolKat is really about!
Germans record collector and vinyl lover Mr. KooolKat is presenting the first part of his slow jam series. 30 years back in time, back to the 80s with 16 soulful sexy jamz – compiled and mixed with 100% of vinyl.
Take your girl, listen and enjoy!!!
Steve Elliot – One more time
Mondragon – Are you ready?
William Bell – Headline News
Nightwind – Why cant we
Jon Gorr – Its no lie
Darlene Love – Whats inside your heart
Jeff Floyd – Throw her love to me
Rene & Angela – Wanne be close to you
Bradford – Faraway Lady
The Down Five – I do love you
Marcus Miller – Much too Much
Superior Elevation – September
Yasuko Agawa – L.A. Nights
Funky Drive Band – Lover, Forever, Together
Jeff Phelps – Wrong Space, Wrong Time
Zoom – Love Seasons (worse quality)