147875Establishing himself as a renowned artist in the legendary 1990s Tom Weyer aka Commander Tom is back with a 2019 remix package of his classic ‘Are Am Eye’. Speaking of nostalgia, the first remix comes from no less than Binary Finary who became superstars themselves with their ‘1998’ anthem. John Asked, renowned for his tough edged Tech-Trance sound is also part of the roster. With him and his unparalleled instinct for the right knack it was obvious that the result would be nothing but an amazing piece of trance music.Deep, tech and progressive house experts Paul Hamilton & Carl MWA look back on over twenty years in the music business. What came out is a subtle and highly sophisticated transformation into the 21st century. Last but not least we won Pablo Bolivar to set hands on the title. Organic sounds, embedded in an atmospheric soundscape, seasoned with a massive dose of groove, that’s what you get when you ask Pablo to take over and boy did he deliver. We couldn’t be happier with the result!

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Human Resource – Dominator (mp3 EP) – Noom Records

Initially “Human Resource” had 4 members: Guido Pernet (Producer- MC) Johan Van Beek & Jasper Drexhage (Keyboards) & Robert Mahu (Stage Mixer). They were joined too my 80 AUM Rapper & former pro basketball player Larenzo Nash. Chicago US born Nash was the infamous voice used on “Dominator” in 1991. “Dominator” was a huge success, one of the first records ever to use the “Hoover” effect, which was created using a Roland Alpha Juno 2 synthesiser. HR released their first EP / Album entitled “Dominating the World”. This was very early house in style & extremely different from “Dominator”. As 92 began & Human Resource prepared to embark upon new ventures & succeed with more releases. At This time Johan Van Beek quit the group. Pernet didn’t want another Keyboard player so instead hired a Rapper, the former MC of Quadrophonia Marvin D. He stayed with the group until 1995 before leaving to start his own label with his childhood friend Ray Slijngaard from 2 Unlimited, in which time HR had released such tracks as “Rave-O-Lution” & “Fuck Them” as well as another Album “Kicking Noise of Rotterdam”. At this time (end of 94 / start of 95) the Rave scene has evolved onto unique styles, now known as Gabber / Rotterdam Hardcore. Since this time Human Resource have joined forces with Maurice Steenbergen of RTS (Rotterdam Termination Source) & Zeno Zevenberg of T99 to form RTS-HR. This venture proved very sucessful and re-releases, and remixes of Dominator surfaced influenced by the Dutch festival named after the HR classic “Dominator”. Noom Records proudly presents a package with six versions of this “all time classics” including the original version and the legendary Frank De Wulf remix as well as new remixes from Commander Tom and DJ Hell.

Available Format: mp3.

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t-online international and daredo music signed a contract regarding music downloads. In the following weeks, all new releases will be offered at the downloadportal musicload as well as on partnerpages from t-online like RTL Interactive, Bild t-online, WOM Media Network, ProSieben Television, ReWe Unterhaltungselektronik and the media page from the Karlsberg brewery. Step by step, also the back catalogue from labels like Mole Listening Pearls, Plastic City, Harthouse and Noom Records will be added as well.