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803 Crystal Grooves 004
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Cat-No: 803cg-004
Release-Date: 23.10.2020
Genre:House
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Cinthie - A1: Just Us (06:46) (00:00) Cinthie - A1: Just Us (06:46) (00:00) 1 Cinthie - A1: Just Us
Cinthie - A2: From The Vaults (05:44) (00:00) Cinthie - A2: From The Vaults (05:44) (00:00) 2 Cinthie - A2: From The Vaults
Cinthie - B1: Jack Your Head Higher (05:55) (00:00) Cinthie - B1: Jack Your Head Higher (05:55) (00:00) 3 Cinthie - B1: Jack Your Head Higher
Cinthie - B2: Boss Lady In A Man’s World (04:15) (00:00) Cinthie - B2: Boss Lady In A Man’s World (04:15) (00:00) 4 Cinthie - B2: Boss Lady In A Man’s World
Cinthie returns to her own 803 Crystal Grooves this
September with the labels fourth instalment.

Tracklist 12":
A1: Just Us (06:46)
A2: From The Vaults (05:44)
B1: Jack Your Head Higher (05:55)
B2: Boss Lady In A Man’s World (04:15)

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Following the release of her debut album on Aus Music this
summer, Cinthie returns to one of her own labels with
some fresh original material. A four-track EP coming on
the fledgling 803 Crystal Grooves imprint, a platform solely designed for the release of the Berliner’s own material
and launched in 2018.

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Cat-No: barn069lp
Release-Date: 20.11.2020
Genre:House
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Release-Date: 20.11.2020
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2x12" LP, ALBUM

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A1. Bheka Mina – A2. Fani Madida – A3. Wena – B1. Karlaplan – B2. Factory Workers –
B3. Voice of Meds – C1. EKSE – C2. Catch my Breath – C3. Hiccups – D1. Vice Versa –
D2. Dr. Silencer – D3. Wanting

Off The Meds is a Swedish-South African crew based in Stockholm, consisting of
producers Adrian Lux, Carli Lo¨f and Ma°ns Glaeser with vocalist Kamohelo Khoaripe.
The band first appeared on Studio Barnhus with the Ethio-jazz sampling hip-house gem
Currency Low, one of the standouts on the Stockholm label's 2018 compilation Studio
Barnhus Volym 1. This was followed by 2019's ravey smash single Belter, which came
paired with a much-lauded remix by London top selector Joy Orbison.
Their self-titled debut album arrives on Studio Barnhus in late 2020. First album single
Karlaplan was recently played by Four Tet on Benji B's show on BBC Radio 1, while
second single Wena got included in hotly tipped UK garage reformist Conducta's recent
Resident Advisor podcast.

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Polaris Time (LP)
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Cat-No: BOSCOEXV024
Release-Date: 16.10.2020
Genre:Electronica
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Cat-No: BOSCOEXV024
Release-Date: 16.10.2020
Genre:Electronica
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NAS1 - A1. L’ isola Di Serie B (4’04”) (00:00) NAS1 - A1. L’ isola Di Serie B (4’04”) (00:00) 1 NAS1 - A1. L’ isola Di Serie B (4’04”)
NAS1 - A2. Domino Skii (4’44”) (00:00) NAS1 - A2. Domino Skii (4’44”) (00:00) 2 NAS1 - A2. Domino Skii (4’44”)
NAS1 - A3. Cicci Briucci (4’08”) (00:00) NAS1 - A3. Cicci Briucci (4’08”) (00:00) 3 NAS1 - A3. Cicci Briucci (4’08”)
NAS1 - A4. Il Sangue Non Serve A Niente (Interlude)(2’19”) (00:00) NAS1 - A4. Il Sangue Non Serve A Niente (Interlude)(2’19”) (00:00) 4 NAS1 - A4. Il Sangue Non Serve A Niente (Interlude)(2’19”)
NAS1 - B1. Frigo Deca(5’03”) (00:00) NAS1 - B1. Frigo Deca(5’03”) (00:00) 5 NAS1 - B1. Frigo Deca(5’03”)
NAS1 - B2. Come Thru(4’31”) (00:00) NAS1 - B2. Come Thru(4’31”) (00:00) 6 NAS1 - B2. Come Thru(4’31”)
NAS1 - B3. Hector Savage(2’52”) (00:00) NAS1 - B3. Hector Savage(2’52”) (00:00) 7 NAS1 - B3. Hector Savage(2’52”)
NAS1 - B4. Il Sangue Non Serve A Niente (Outro)(2’42”) (00:00) NAS1 - B4. Il Sangue Non Serve A Niente (Outro)(2’42”) (00:00) 8 NAS1 - B4. Il Sangue Non Serve A Niente (Outro)(2’42”)
Following their live performances at the latest two Dimension Festival Editions and vinyl releases on international labels such as Slices of a dog, Money Sex, Odd socks and Sorry For This featuring a remix by none other than mr. Marcellus Pittman, Nas1 are finally back on Bosconi Extra Virgin with a new album titled Polaris Time. It’s a multi colored sonic adventure, moving from their hip hop and detroit house roots to a new palette of sounds including afro percussions and fresher synth lines blended together into a unique electronic soundscape that creates exotic, psychedelic atmospheres and unconventional, raw midtempo dance-floor tracks. The Album begins with the enchanting ballad of “L’ isola di Serie B” , moving deeper with the spaced out vibe of Domino Skii , landing on the more tropical and frivolous scenarios of “Cicci Briucci” and on the laid-back interlude of “Il Sangue Non Serve A Niente”.
In the beginning of the flip side appears instead the jazzy and uplifting first cut named “Frigo Deca”, followed by the freaky jam of “Come Thru” and the adventurous balearic tune “Hector Savage” ending with the ethereal closing skit “Il Sangue Non Serve A Niente (outro)" 
Fans of Kyle Hall, Theo Parrish as well as John Talabot or Nicola Cruz are warned, absolutely not to be missed if you have been following Nas1 music so far.
More Infos on Bosconi: www.bosconirecords.com / https://www.facebook.com/bosconirecords

Tracklisting:
A1 - L’ isola Di Serie B (4’04”)
A2- Domino Skii (4’44”)
A3 - Cicci Briucci (4’08”)
A4- Il Sangue Non Serve A Niente (Interlude)(2’19”)
B1- Frigo Deca(5’03”)
B2- Come Thru(4’31”)
B3- Hector Savage(2’52”)
B4- Il Sangue Non Serve A Niente (Outro)(2’42”)

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Cambios EP/ Monika Ross Remix
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Cat-No: cc07
Release-Date: 04.12.2020
Genre:House
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Release-Date: 04.12.2020
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Prodot - Fumiro (00:00) Prodot - Fumiro (00:00) 1 Prodot - Fumiro
Prodot - Towelie (00:00) Prodot - Towelie (00:00) 2 Prodot - Towelie
Prodot - Changes (00:00) Prodot - Changes (00:00) 3 Prodot - Changes
Prodot - Changes ( Monika Ross Remix) (00:00) Prodot - Changes ( Monika Ross Remix) (00:00) 4 Prodot - Changes ( Monika Ross Remix)
The seventh installment on Certain Circles comes with a fresh and completely new artwork design. It is also the first solo EP on the label and features a young and promising talent from Argentina, who goes by the name of Prodot. His productions aiming straight at the dancefloor with very driving grooves and clever melodic parts, which create a special atmosphere throughout his tracks. The record gets completed with a banging remix by Monika Ross, who delivers a cheeky stripped down version, with a subwoofer rattling bassline. Attenzione!

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Cookie Policies (LP+DL, Printed Inner Sleeve)
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Cat-No: ccs115
Release-Date: 23.10.2020
Genre:Electronica
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KAMM - A4. CCBPGC (00:00) KAMM - A4. CCBPGC (00:00) 4 KAMM - A4. CCBPGC
Special remarks : Vinyl LP + printed Inner sleeve incl. Downloadcode

Genre: Electronica

Tracklist LP:

A1. Bird Call - A2. Rachel, the Largest Bullfrog - A3. Buckle Down - A4. CCBPGC - A5. La Luna - B1. Shleem - B2. The Soft Glow of Electric Sex

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Following up on their debut LP Kick Drunk Love for Marcel Vogel’s Intimate Friends imprint a few years back, we are proud to present the next installment in the sporadic KAMM legacy: Cookie Policies.

Far more sonically rich and musically adventurous than its predecessor, Cookie Policies sees the band make bold strides into new territories where classically hardwired categories such as jazz, indie rock, and electronica melt into one another with immaculate, timeless ease.

The band members’ positions are more clear cut as well this round, with Marc David Barrite (aka Dave Aju, who also did one of his coveted mix engineering jobs on the LP) on prominent lead vocals in many of the pieces, Alland Byallo on trumpet, Kenneth Scott on synth bass, and Marc Smith adding guitar sections while the others shared the arranging and programming duties. This makes for a deeper continuation of the otherworldly combination of their known individual production styles, as well as a musical whole truly greater than the sum of its parts.

The set starts off with “Bird Call”, whose opening ode to Morricone ok corral-meets-samurai showdown riffs flow into a loose and drifting psychedelic boom bap blip, building until a glorious change-up of key and energy brings the track to its peak and deconstructed back down. “Rachel, the Largest Bullfrog” then takes things in a sweeter, slightly more traditionally-structured direction where dusty indie-folk ballad vibes intersect with an array of twisted cosmic tones, bits of computer keyboard percussion, and deep rolling sub bass. “Buckle Down” then moves things back away from acoustic restraints into a beautiful synth-laden musing on potential regret, with an ultra-potent horn section from Byallo vs a nasty stacked Roland SH-101 finish.

“CCBPGC” cools things off for a few minutes with an ambient field recording slice-and-dice motif, which slowly but surely evolves into a slinking jazz noir groove from another dimension. The more traditional song structures return on the lovely “La Luna”, where Barrite’s pen and soulful voice take to nautical longing themes over apropos waves of sonic textures. The ebb and flow of the verse/chorus sections eventually rise and give way to an absolutely gorgeous denouement. “Shleem” then takes us into pure unadulterated soaring sci-fi soundtrack ambient blast-off bliss, while the epic closing track “The Soft Glow of Electric Sex” gives a hearty nod to early masters of sprawling psychedelic jam sessions, from Pink Floyd and Can to In A Silent Way-era Miles and Liquid Liquid, while bringing it clearly into futurist millennia. The gradual evolution of the piece into its grand finale is the stuff we true music-lovers live and die for. We hope you enjoy the ride as much as we do.

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