Mr. C – Show Me – Superfreq

Celebrating the labels fiftieth release of music in the only way that Mr. C ever could. In other words, this is fucking excellent. Before I get to the original we have Ruede Hagelstein’s Synthesizer Love Mix which does just that as a shimmering array of that very electronic instrument weaves its way across a pulsating universe of teasing, tempting sounds. Then next his Rave Tool hits hard and square with one of those kick drums who don’t want to mess with, while the synthetic voices gather pace with fiery syncopation proving to be just as wonderful. The equally great Radio Rental Remix follows fusing deeper bass with downright sleazy vibes that sense danger all the way down. Which brings us not so neatly to the Original’s wonky, tripped out low-end delivery, plus a fistful of crisp machine drums, and tempting voices to point you in the way of dizzying distraction. An outstanding release. Of course.

Release: September 14



Jose Padilla
International Feel

A gentleman who needs little introduction is the infamous Jose Padilla and if you’ve either witnessed one of his sunset sets, or indeed lisented to one of his numerous CD compilations then you can guess what you’re about to receive. Which is, of course, tranquil blissed-out music espousing atmosphere rather dancefloor clique. The title track undulates in a deeply satisfying way as gentle layers of voice, flute and percussion underpin it all close to your heart, with Mark Barrott’s production shinning. The Bubble Clubs In Loving Memory Mix provides a more hypnotic experience with haunting pads and delays comfortably pacing themselves, while the excellent Wolf Müller Water versions add a funkier sensibility to the equation, and one which works supremely well.

release: July 7

Inxec & Julia Govor
Ai Need You

Delivering yet another devilishly charged release Superfreq maintain the tension with this latest from Inxec & Julia Govor. The Original version is all sassy, funky electronics set against a dazzling array of twisted effects and gorgeous, breathy voices all of which simply stuns. Great remixes come from Derek Marin whose dark, trippy rendition contains a classic House B-line and all sorted accompanying percussion. Plus, Meandisco who supply even weirder synths and pulverising beats. Leaving, Noel Jackson’s more sensuous remix to complete with warmer meanderings.

release: July 7

David K
Middle Aged Romance EP

Two tracks go to make up this tasty EP from David K who you will be know with via his releases on the likes of Freak n’Chic and Coccon etc. The charmingly titled, Middle Aged Romance kicks things off with a selection of deeper, sensuous tones alongside fiery drum machines all vying for your attention amidst occasional strident House chords feeling compelling. However, its second track and the very excellent, Drop The Beat that relentlessly grabs your attention with killer Chicago styled beats booming, coupled with commanding vocals and insistent percussion lines – Party Monster!

release: August 20