Forteba – Fabula (Plastic City) out on Sept. 25th!
After the huge success of Forteba´s first three albums “Space Between Us,”For Some Time Past” and ” Stereoform” on Plastic City, critics and fans were persecuted by the clear sound and the straight intention, Krisztián Dobrocsi aka Forteba convinced. Both were great works of an artist on the go constantly trying new ways to meet the pulse of him or even to define. Now that more than 3 years have passed and Forteba has achieved with his side-project “Krisztián Decay” in the lounge and listening genre great success, now it is time for another “Forteba” album on Plastic City. With his fourth Album “FABULA” Forteba is now featuring new sounds and brings his talent, depth and warmth to skillfully blend with contemporary club sounds to advantage. He overwhelmed the listener in no way restricted by unnecessary sensationalism and in the productions on the main without too minimalist or even technoid to be. All in all Forteba succeed with his fourth album “Fabula” a quantum leap in the direction of current club sounds, placing it at the same time Plastic City in a new and fresh light.
We have been asked by Beatport to release compilations with some of our biggest tunes to celebrate their 10th birthday, so here we go. It’s an honor for us to present to you our most important inhouse-label’s #beatportdecade compilations: Plastic City, Mole Listening Pearls, Circle Music Germany and Harthouse. These „Best of“ Compilations are featuring some of the biggest and most influential names in Electronic Music, like Marshall Jefferson, Nick Curly, Nightmares On Wax, Steve Lawler, Ken Ishii, Terry Lee Brown Junior, Cari Lekebush, Reboot, Extrawelt, Gui Boratto, Junkie XL, Moonbootica, Robert Babicz, Yousef and countless more.
Being in the business for 20 years is safe to assume an achievement. Being successful in that business over all those years is simply stunning. Ken Ishii debuted on the legendary Belgian techno label R & S Records in 1993, and since then, the Sapporo-born DJ and musician has not only produced the official theme song for the winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan in 1998 and was in charge of the music and designing an exclusive 12.2 surround sound system for the Seto-Nihon Pavilion at the World Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan, but had countless releases on renowned labels and played in more than 140 countries all over the world. Available Format: MP3
Music is colorful, diverse and vibrant as the butterflies. Almost 180,000 different species live in 127 families. The music by Boris Brejcha is like a “Feuerfalter” (copper). On one side the butterfly is relaxing and floating on the wind, but on the other hand he also sets with steam and fire to a fall into a low altitude. This is how it feels when Brejcha makes music. The fourth album is exactly the description of this “Feuerfalter”, a kind of backflash into the impressive career of Boris Brejcha. An album in two parts, that deliberately shows how the artist works versatile. Times slightly floating, sometimes wild hitting the wing, always full of passion. The influences of his travelings and performances characterize his art again. This creates a music that may be accompanied on Brejchas audience the whole day: at home, in a relaxed atmosphere or just at night, when the trip through the clubs starts. On the 2nd part of the album “Feuerfalter” this individuality is turned on. Brejcha even picks up the desire of his ans to weave a few quieter tracks into his cosmos.
Musik ist so bunt, vielfältig und lebendig wie die Schmetterlinge. Fast 180.000 verschiedene Arten gibt es in 127 Familien. Die Musik von Boris Brejcha ist dabei wie ein Feuerfalter. Auf der einen Seite kann der Falter sich relaxt vom Wind tragen lassen, auf der anderen Seite setzt er aber auch mit Dampf und Feuer zu einem Sturz- oder Tiefflug an. So fühlt es sich an, wenn Brejcha Musik macht. Das vierte Album ist dabei genau die Beschreibung dieses Feuerfalters, eine Art Rückblick auf die imposante Karriere von Boris Brejcha. Ein Album das bewusst zeigt, wie vielseitig der Künstler arbeitet. Mal leicht schwebend, mal wild mit dem Flügel schlagend, dabei immer voller Leidenschaft. Die Einflüsse seiner Reisen und Auftritte prägen immer wieder seine Kunst. Dabei entsteht eine Musik, die seine Hörerschaft den ganzen Tag über begleitet kann: Zu Hause, bei entspannter Atmosphäre oder eben nachts wenn es durch die Clubs geht. Dabei klingen seine Tracks vielfältig. Die Individualität wird auf „Feuerfalter“ noch weiter gedreht. Brejcha nimmt sogar den Wunsch seiner Fans auf, ein paar ruhigere Tracks in seinen Kosmos einzuweben. Available Formats CD & MP3
Music is colorful, diverse and vibrant as the butterflies. Almost 180,000 different species live in 127 families. The music by Boris Brejcha is like a “Feuerfalter” (copper). On one side the butterfly is relaxing and floating on the wind, but on the other hand he also sets with steam and fire to a fall into a low altitude. This is how it feels when Brejcha makes music.
Music is colorful, diverse and vibrant as the butterflies. Almost 180,000 different species live in 127 families. The music by Boris Brejcha is like a “Feuerfalter” (copper). On one side the butterfly is relaxing and floating on the wind, but on the other hand he also sets with steam and fire to a fall into a low altitude. This is how it feels when Brejcha makes music. The fourth album is exactly the description of this “Feuerfalter”, a kind of backflash into the impressive career of Boris Brejcha. Available Formats CD & MP3
Sound design from another planet, functional, intelligent Arrengements, clever elements that are somewhere between “handmade” and cinema-scope format and always surprising ideas describe the music of the exceptional talent Boris Brejcha. He is one of the most prolific music makers of our time, and despite seemingly short intervals between his publications and his tracks do not sound like assembly line work that is created after a certain scheme. Diversity and individuality are trademarks Brejchas and yet you can see his handwriting especially in the varied arrangements in which no break like the other. This proves once again Boris Brejcha with his new digital EP “WeGo” on Harthouse Digital. Available as MP3
Who of you still knows it The legendary track ‘Adventures of Dama’ by the Cybordelics For the fans of that classics and inquisitive people, who have not been part of the scene back in 1998, there is now good news. On Harthouse Mannheim a new edition of the track will be released on 15.09.2013 This project was founded back then with the three producers Daniel Varga, Milan Zemanec and Mike S. The latter is distinguished in this new version again and also responsible for the fresh sound. Mike S. conjures a melodically beautiful new version of the classic. Sound engineer Robert Babicz, however, makes the oldschool Techno roots revive and plays with plenty of beats and percussions, before initiating the duly melody theme. Probably the hardest version of ‘Adventures of Dama’ comes from none other than Techno master Alex Bau and bangs on almost eleven minutes right to the front. Those who prefer hip moving Tech-House, should check out the remix of Danito, because this has everything the genre promises, without any pigeonhole thinking. A true classic of Techno history shines in a new guise. Here, the style Techno shows all its magnificent colors and diversity. 15 year old sounds remixed and reinterpreted. Let’s hope that there will be another chapter of Cybordelics for the 30th anniversary. Pre Order your copy on deejay.de