Various ‎– Pulverising! Digital

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Pulver Records ‎– Pulver 011
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  • Barcode (Scanned, UPC-A): 821127001127
  • Barcode (Text): 8 21127 00112 7
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout: A0100456712-0101 14 Sony DADC
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94V3

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robin75

robin75

April 12, 2011

Before Pulver Records are going to give their debut album a go in March '04 they let the last two years pass in revue...
And there has been happening a lot to both – to Dublex Inc. And to their own label, you won't believe: Ten Pulver Releases have been already in the resonance-box, countless tracks are on many different compilations, and they have even borrowed some of their best beats to the Sugababes. That meant pole positions in global music charts for these young ladies.

Five to twelve to bring Pulver's secret of success close to all who don't chase after every single 12'' or maxi CD. Those who go for the long-players and have been left out in the cold so far. You are right, their biographical compilation is a mandatory, and not only a boring column of loungy tracks or wicked beats, but more a job they did very well.

„Pulverizing!“ features one track of each Pulver release, altogether one hour and seven minutes of sheer Nu Groove: Dublex Inc.'s mastermind Felix Stecher did his best to keep the mix tight. One track flows into each other – and sometimes even two different versions of one track do so. Hence the new generation of remixes has been unleashed...

Global Player Erik Sumo, who has been featured at Gilles Peterson's WorldWide Show recently, Inverse Cinematics' Youngsters, the invincible Michel Baumann, Telemark (=Aromabar without their lead singer), Felix Haaksman as Dutch Rhythm Combo and certainly the Dublex Headz themselves are gathering here. Plus two new acts representing Torsten Martens aka Monophonic, whose business was the A&R at Mole Listening Pearls, showing up funky with „Hold it Down“.
Sensecity is a conspiracy of Michel Baumann, Dublex Inc.'s Felix Stecher and the vocalist Michelle Tabu and their smooth „Enlight My Day“ teases you for their first maxi.

An amazing, cool, gentile and sympathetic overview that enables you to dance rigorously or to stay at home and get cosy with... well, none of my business. Be happy cause that is pure Pulver Finally.