Dublex Inc. ‎– Nifty Night

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PULVER013 Dublex Inc. Nifty Night(12") Pulver Records PULVER013 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
PULVER 014 Dublex Inc. Nifty Night (Remixes)(12") Pulver Records PULVER 014 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
PULVER 014 Dublex Inc. Nifty Night (Remixes)(12", Promo, TP) Pulver Records PULVER 014 Germany 2004 Sell This Version
PULVER013 Dublex Inc. Nifty Night(12", Promo, TP) Pulver Records PULVER013 Germany 2004 Sell This Version

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robin75

robin75

April 12, 2011
referencing Nifty Night (Remixes), 12", PULVER 014

Back into the groove!
After a 16 month release break – decadent days and long, soul-sexy nights exclusively devoted to the new album and an extended US-Tour – Dublex Inc. is proud to present their latest 12” release on Pulver’s brand new double compilation album. Their one-track teaser offers a smouldering sex-bomb taste of things to come on the soon-to-be-released LP!! As in the past, the intuitive genius that drives Dublex Inc. simply knows what makes hips move. Once again they have unleashed a track charged with soul, sex, and just the right amount of thrust leaving very little to be desired. Forerunners like Tócame and Tango Forte are certain to find a lethal match in this soulful new sound.
Far away from the rude scenes of heavily armed police and menacing swaths of tear gas, a general summit of quite another order has convened. From the illustrious circles of remixers, we are pleased to present our own vinyl summit-meeting of friends both old and new:

DJ Don, whose peers at the House regatta are busy kissing his aft with those maniacal G-force winds still keeping his sails taut,
Felix Haaksman, alias Dutch Rhythm Combo, loved and feared for his infamously murderous Spitfire beats, has sworn by the divinities of mercy not to catapult beyond the 110 BpM beat barrier. We all impatiently await his second single, soon to be appearing on Pulver Records.
Voltique, aka Joxe and Sebastian Silber, who sail under the banner of Libanon Studio Stuttgart (evertone.com) have pulled off a sorcerer’s feat of electro-house-mix magic that rightly won them pole-position on our Remix-12”.
DJ Friction, pioneer and primal force of the Stuttgart Hip Hop scene, whose albums The Vibe and Bad Motherfucker on Fourmusic have helped kick the rhythm up a mighty notch from evolution to revolution.
And last but certainly not least, Monophonic, who has raised high the Breaker flag, was the front man of the A&R department at Mole Listening Pearls for four productive years and will be coming out with his first 12” on Pulver this spring.

All in all, MS Pulver has the auspicious fortune to be orbiting into the New Year with an outstanding crew, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has travelled with us so far.

Thanks, Love & Respect!
robin75

robin75

April 12, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
referencing Nifty Night, 12", PULVER013

Back into the groove!
After a 16 month release break – decadent days and long, soul-sexy nights exclusively devoted to the new album and an extended US-Tour – Dublex Inc. is proud to present their latest 12” release on Pulver’s brand new double compilation album. Their one-track teaser offers a smouldering sex-bomb taste of things to come on the soon-to-be-released LP!! As in the past, the intuitive genius that drives Dublex Inc. simply knows what makes hips move. Once again they have unleashed a track charged with soul, sex, and just the right amount of thrust leaving very little to be desired. Forerunners like Tócame and Tango Forte are certain to find a lethal match in this soulful new sound.
Far away from the rude scenes of heavily armed police and menacing swaths of tear gas, a general summit of quite another order has convened. From the illustrious circles of remixers, we are pleased to present our own vinyl summit-meeting of friends both old and new:

DJ Don, whose peers at the House regatta are busy kissing his aft with those maniacal G-force winds still keeping his sails taut,
Felix Haaksman, alias Dutch Rhythm Combo, loved and feared for his infamously murderous Spitfire beats, has sworn by the divinities of mercy not to catapult beyond the 110 BpM beat barrier. We all impatiently await his second single, soon to be appearing on Pulver Records.
Voltique, aka Joxe and Sebastian Silber, who sail under the banner of Libanon Studio Stuttgart (evertone.com) have pulled off a sorcerer’s feat of electro-house-mix magic that rightly won them pole-position on our Remix-12”.
DJ Friction, pioneer and primal force of the Stuttgart Hip Hop scene, whose albums The Vibe and Bad Motherfucker on Fourmusic have helped kick the rhythm up a mighty notch from evolution to revolution.
And last but certainly not least, Monophonic, who has raised high the Breaker flag, was the front man of the A&R department at Mole Listening Pearls for four productive years and will be coming out with his first 12” on Pulver this spring.

All in all, MS Pulver has the auspicious fortune to be orbiting into the New Year with an outstanding crew, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has travelled with us so far.

Thanks, Love & Respect!