New 12" Electronic Releases at Amoeba Hollywood: Matias Aguayo, Ziggy Kinder, Kollektiv Turmstrasse and more

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Rollerskate 12"

"Rollerskate" is the first single from Matias Aguayo's full-length Ay Ay Ay (KOM 205LP/KOMP 076CD). Aguayo has already established significant buzz, and "Rollerskate" was already included on Pitchfork's "Best New Music" list. It's easy to get drawn into the organic earthiness of Aguayo's musicianship -- his voice is the source of the song, ingeniously layered and contextualized into what seems like an endless mantra. Remixes by Marcus Rossknecht, Diegors & The Don, Sanfuentes & Alex Thunders, and Rebolledo.

TIEFSCHWARZ - Fall In/Keep On 12”
N/A (FEAT. ROSINA) - Fables And Fairytales 12"

KZA - A 12"

BRIGITTE FONTAINE & KHAN - Fine Mouche Remixes 12"

LOSOUL - Care Remixes Pt. 1 12"

First Day/Last Day 12"

"They have come a long way. Remixes for Hot Chip, releases on Cocoon, and part of the Diynamic family from the very beginning. So we are very proud to present the next release from our boys -- Christian Hilscher & Nico Plagemann, better known as Kollektiv Turmstrasse. They return with one of their finest tunes to date. Always loyal to their own label-mission, Music Wins Friends (Musik Gewinnt Freunde), this new release upholds this principle! With this new EP, they once again confirm that they are one of the very best in their class. And we are certain it will win them many new supporters for sure!"

First Day

Last Day

ALEXI DELANO & ALEJANDRO SAB - Slipping Through The Cracks EP 12"

STEVE BUG - Collaboratory The Remixes Vol. 1 12"

KEZ YM - Butterfly EP 12"

BLACKISBEAUTIFUL - Purpur Remixes 12”

Assbomb/Longcat 12"

Ziggy Kinder treats us to another killer, Ware's first double A-sided Assbomb/Longcat. "Assbomb" is an insane funk trip into the deep realms of Ziggy's humor, a track with maximum party factor and plenty of potential for eternity. "Longcat" docks on to the house-y tracks of the Ribbon Twist B-side, with the clever addition of well-dosed hymn genes. Featuring a chic double-front cover with graphics by Tim Stadie.

CASSIUS - Youth, Speed, Trouble, Cigarettes. Remixes 12"


SIGHA - Rawww 12”

MEMBERS ONLY - Historical Archives Volume 15 12"

Leave Your Mind 12"

"The Revenge is the hottest new producer on the nu disco-house scene from Glasgow. His past releases on Jiscomusic, Instruments Of Rapture, and Delusions Of Grandeur are already huge. This debut release on Mule Musiq have his deepest two new songs. A side is a hi-tek deep Chicago house sound with male vocal and B side is a dark house sound."


VA - 10 Years Sender Part 01 12"

O.N.O. - Signa EP 12"


Bare Feet EP 12”

"Maryland resident Maxmillion Dunbar caught our attention on a desperately limited 7" last year on his own Future Times imprint. Swerving the current contrived reference points, B-Boy Max forges his own path mixing a kaleidoscope of boogie, electro, hip hop & analog soul. Max's first EP for Ramp starts with 'Bare Feet' clipping sparse soul loops with epic flourishes, 'Loveloop/Socket Bonus' marrying cascading synths and 808's, 'Wouldn't Matter' chops up a relentless boogie loops and epic disco strings, and 'WAVs' draws the EP to a close with '80s beat boxes and ramshackle synth lines." RAMP

MATT-U - Can't Wake Up 12"

BAOBINGA & I.D - Tongue Riddim 12"

WU-TANG CLAN - Wu-Tang Meets The Indie Culture Vol. 2: Enter The Dubstep 12”

Gremlinz (The Instrumentals 2003-2009)

Terror Danjah isn't a household name -- he's not as well-known as Wiley or Dizzee Rascal -- but he's considered by the grime cognoscenti to be the best grime producer ever, and this new collection of instrumentals, remixes, and tracks for others shows off his singular genius to the rest of the world. The title of the album refers to his gremlin cackle audiologo that indicates a Terror Danjah production, much like Timbaland's singing / beat boxing on his early productions. And the comparison with Timbaland doesn't stop there: both producers work with a signature palette of sounds, adding to them occasionally, which make their productions instantly recognizable; both use shifting, syncopated rhythms. What sets Terror Danjah apart is that he's British, he works around the tempo of 140 bpm, and his music is part of the aggressive, post-garage grime movement. Despite the pared-down palette he uses, Terror fills his productions with brilliant ideas, complex rhythms, and pop hooks. He has worked with both MCs and vocalists from Nasty Crew, Skepta, and Wiley to Shystie, Shola Ama, and now Mz Bratt. These tracks were mostly issued in limited vinyl quantities on the Aftershock label, as either instrumental tracks or as backing for MCs and singers. If one wants to hear a precursor to Joker and the new Bristol producers, here it is.

RUSKO/L-WIZ - Girls From Codeine City/Acton Dread 12"

MARLOW - Druid/Cattle Prod 12"

RUSKO - Cockney Thug (Buraka Som Sistema Remix) 12"

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House (44), Techno (38), Dubstep (31), Matias Aguayo (6), Ziggy Kinder (1), Kollektiv Turmstrasse (1), The Revenge (1), Maxmillion Dunbar (1)