It’s June 2003, and the power trio of Tony, Halo & Hipp-e have formed a supergroup under the guise The 6400 Crew to unleash a 12-inch that would take the summer by storm. “Dubb Me Some’tin Fresh” quickly garnered support from the upper echelons of the DJ community for its unrelenting groove and its unabashed tribute to the music of producers like Lee Scratch Perry and King Tubby. Fast forward 13 years, and this single further cements itself in the history of Yoshitoshi with a Classic remix pack.
It’s with great pleasure that we welcome LV boss Hector to the label, and Sinisa Tamamovic follows up his two recent EP’s for Yoshitoshi with his powerful contribution. Add to this a deeper remix from Sharam and you have three enormous remixes that each command serious attention. Hector’s mix keeps many aspects of the original, modernizing them with his powerful grooves. Sinisa’s approach incorporates the producer’s signature bass lines into a massive rework of the classic beat, and Sharam does what Sharam does best – flipping the track into a fresh, new mix that is sure to please a multitude of audiences. Finally, the original mix has been remastered for the modern DJ.
Available now on BEATPORT
Early support from Joseph Capriati, Nicole Moudaber, Carlo Lio, Pirupa, Hector Romero, Yousef, Adrian Hour, Trent Cantrelle, and more.
With a prolific release schedule on quality techno labels and a hectic global schedule, we’re more than happy to welcome back to Kraftek our London based Serbian brother Sinisa Tamamovic. He’s impressively become one of those rare techno artists whose sound is instantly recognisable on the dancefloor. His Twisted EP is no exception and showcases his sound to perfection.
Two new and devilishly funky originals are backed by a remix from Drumcode and BEK Audio’s Swedish sensation Kimono, who gets to grips with title track.
So strap on, turn up and get twisted. Get it on BEATPORT
Sinisa Tamamovic – Endless Night EP is available now on Umek‘s imprint 1605. Listen or get it on BEATPORT
When you wake up at 2 am on a school night, get up and go to bathroom and then can’t fall back asleep, because you’re too wired to stop thinking about cold fusion and breeding issues among lowland gorillas in certain parts of Democratic Republic of Congo, which brings you to the point that Congo isn’t really democratic, much like the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea. Do penguins have knees? Oh, my phone is charged, I can look it up on Wikipedia. They do have knees, but did you know it consists of two articulations: one between the femur and tibia, and one between the femur and patella. Articulation is another name for a joint, but not the blunt, which could in fact come in handy right now to help me fall back asleep oh fuck the alarm went off.
Sinisa Tamamovic – True Love EP – Yoshitoshi. Out on BEATPORT
Sinisa is back with two tracks that were basically designed for Ibiza 2016 sets. The pulsing bass and calculated beats on this EP are just what we’ve come to expect from the Night Light records co-head. Intense, driving techno for instant groove-gratification. It’s a perfect follow up to his last EP for Yoshitoshi, Valentina/Confused, which graced the crates of some of techno’s finest. The EP leads off with “Pain.” An extremely tight groove and tense, rising sounds throughout make the record a fierce contender on the dance floor. The way Sinisa’s kick and bass work together punch through subwoofers with tenacious consistency. That same consistency can be found on this EP’s B-side, “True Love,” but where “Pain” opts for a more straight ahead groove, “True Love” is a wilder ride with more frenetic energy. The drums and sounds that drive this record feel less calculated, and the bass rides along in a decisive march that feels almost tribal and completely enveloping.