Sat, 28 Mar 2015
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Simply put, early Recloose records are among those that defined Bottom Floor from the start. I had 3 or 4 of 'em in my bag at the first one, and one or two of 'em never leave. I've been trying to make this happen for quite awhile, so I'm really really (really!) excited that Matthew's gonna join us during a rare visit from his adopted lab of Auckland, New Zealand.
And! As if that wasn't cool enough, I'm super happy to be able to heap on more specialness by welcoming back Dahlia.
Fun fun. Treat treat.
Recloose [Planet E Communications / Rush Hour Records]
Modesty [Friendly Integration / AOM Los Angeles]
exploring the depths of house music and beyond
Morgan Alexander & Reg Xelle
- This is a private event. You must RSVP in order to receive location information and be granted admission: http://bf0706.eventbrite.com/
- Special & Secure LA Venue [m o m e n t s f r o m d t l a]
- 10PM - 6AM
- $15 Before 11:30PM
- $20 Otherwise
Fourteen years after his now infamous ‘Demo on Rye’ exchange with Carl Craig in a downtown Detroit sandwich shop, Recloose has developed into a true standout of the city’s musical litter. His inventive and restless output is distinctive and diverse, melding together moody techno, soulful house, synth-heavy jazz, funk and heavy downtempo with the great of ease, and as only he knows how.
With tremendous fanfare, summer 2011 will see the much anticipated release of the first original Recloose music to emerge in three years – the ‘Saturday Night Manifesto’ EP for Rush Hour. The seminal Amsterdam based label last year outed ‘Early Works’, a spine tingling retrospective collection celebrating his best work from the late 90’s and early 00’s.
Additionally, Recloose has to date released a number of groundbreaking 12’s for Planet E and Rush Hour, a host of remixes, and four full-length albums for noteworthy labels !K7, Peacefrog, Octave Lab and Sonar Kollektiv. He has been responsible for several hit singles which remain somewhat hallowed amongst educated heads – namely ‘Cardiology’, (incidentally with a five-star remix from Isolee), ‘Dust’ featuring Joe Dukie, and ‘Can’t Take It’ featuring R’n’B sensation Dwele, later stunningly re-worked by Carl Craig.
A much in-demand DJ, Recloose spent years traversing clubs and festivals around the world, as well as performing as a turntablist for both Carl Craig’s Innerzone Orchestra and the more esoteric Uri Caine ensemble. He has spent much of his last few years recording and playing with his funk-oriented Recloose Live Band, rendering his more house oriented DJ sets a rare treat. Fans can catch him via his ‘Hit It and Quit It’ radio show aired every Monday from Auckland’s George FM (www.hititandquititradio.blogspot.com) – the broadcasts and accompanying blog are sure-fire crate-digging fodder for any self-respecting house head.
This year Recloose resurfaces from his base in Auckland, New Zealand, to once again trail blaze the dancefloors of the US and Europe, with his recent RA Podcast giving listeners a taste of what they can expect from each of his resounding performances.
Evidently despite the name, and luckily for followers the world over, Recloose finds it impossible to stray far from the vanguard of electronic music for too long.
- Recloose's RA Podcast: http://is.gd/bf_reclooseRA251
- Recloose's Radio Show: http://is.gd/bf_reclooseHitItQuitIt
- BF Study Guide: http://is.gd/bf_youtube
- BF Website: http://is.gd/bf_website
- BF Guest Mixes: http://is.gd/bf_soundcloud
- BF Facebook Page: http://is.gd/bf_facebook
- MA Facebook Page: http://is.gd/bf_morgalex
- RE Facebook Page: http://is.gd/bf_regxelle
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