The Loose Shus EP

Here comes the second EP from Loose Shus, direct from San Francisco, CA. Two years in the making, this self-titled EP combines modern funk, cosmic disco, and experimental synth boogie. The instruments used span three decades: from the 80s he used the Oberheim DX, Akai Ax60, Yamaha TX81z, to the 90s Roland JX-305, and onto present day software. The EP enlists the help of a few talented producers —XL Middleton‘s ripping keyboard solos can be heard on “Saturation” —PLAzA lays in some chilled out textures on “Ladies”.

Loose Shus EP will be out on Jan 21st.

Carmen – Time to move (Beat Electric 12″)

It’s finally done! Beat Electric Records teaming up with PPU to release a record worth every penny. It’s Carmen’s Time to Move, containing both the 7″ and the 12″ tracks released in 1984. Get it while it’s hot!

Carmen – Time to move

Hey little girl, I’m the mood for action

Djs Herb and Ingo, 2006 Westpark Unit joint venture.  The Loversclub/Stoned Love 12″ EP. Strictly for the lovers. Keep it Fresh!

available here