After a longer break envloop records is back on the dancefloor: „Emmiel – Every Hour of Every Day“ is a groovy summer track you best enjoy with a chilled drink…
envloop 010: Hillberg and Bruckmayr (alias "Fake Modiglianis") -- 21st Century Boy: Hillberg's catchy beats meet the voice of Austria's Indie-legend Bruckmayr: What comes out is a moody Electrohouse-anthem for…
“Black Dog Rock EP” – Finally, Frozen Smoke’s first single release on envloop records. Known for his remixes with a hard electro twist, Frozen Smoke stays true to his style also on this release. Punchy, crispy electrobreaks riffs with a twist, heading straight into the darkness. The release boasts remixes from Kooky, NYC based artists I-Cue and Odyssey and a crispy Dubstep interpretation from Hillberg and Relate. (mehr …)
‘Giving up on Love’ is a debut single from Kooky and is a dirty ride through house music that epitomizes the sound of Kooky at present. Pat Fulgoni delivers his menacing, powerful dark tones with a force of nature that is the only way Fulgoni knows.
Courtesy of Envloop Records and due for release on all the usual portals from September 26th 2011.
All this will be wrapped up into an exceptional mix of high quality remixes by artists such as James Kininmonth (UK), I-Cue (NYC), Frozen Smoke (UK), Mightiness (Germany) and Hillberg (A). Would you expect anything less from Envloop Records….? (mehr …)
One year of Envloop Records: A reason to celebrate for us, but also an opportunity to thank you, our audience.
Since Envloop began, we have come a long way, having built up the label as a haven for artists from around the globe and for electronic tunes from all different styles and genres. Artists such as TC Izlam, Soul Slinger, I-Cue, Kooky, Frozen Smoke, just to name a few…
Envloop stays true to it’s basic concept to be open not only to top artists, but also to encourage musical experiments. The 2000’s, so we were told, would only leave space for labels strictly specialized in their specific genres. We chose a different path: Tracks and artists from across the spectrum of genres, just as it was when electronic music imprints first started. The only standard across the label’s releases is the high quality. (mehr …)
A trip through time and space: In 1996 US-Drum&Bass legend Soul Slinger together with Supa MC TC Izlam (aka T-Frequency To The Love Degree) released “Zulu Music Pt.1 and 2” on his legendary label “Jungle Sky Records”, having been a platform for so many artists who made their ways into the world´s artist-elite such as A Guy Called Gerald, Afrika Bambaataa, DJ Spooky and Air Liquide, just to name a few.
On envloop 005 “Zulu Music 2011 EP” this true jewel of New Yorican Underground found it´s way into the present decade, given a treatment by it´s creator Soul Slinger and Austrian artist Hillberg. What had been anticipating “Dubstep” decades before this genre was born, now comes along as a trippy Hip Hop tune reminiscent of the sound of Stereo MC´s or Gary Clail. (mehr …)
Hillberg: MetaAmphetaMine E.P.
genre: electrohouse | electrobreaks | drum&bass | dubstep
MetaAmphetaMine, Envloop Records release 002, is a massive indie-club tunes release, again following Envloop’s philosophy to present a wide range of electronic music styles to the audience.
The Original is a hypnotic ElectroHouse/ElectroPop tune, as addictive through headphones as it is on the dancefloor.
The range of remixes goes from Mightiness´ massive Drum&Bass Remix over to DJ Odyssey’s Retro-Old School NYC-Breaks Rework, bringing back the early 1990’s, when House and ElectroBreaks in the style of Afrika Bambaattaa ruled the streets of New York. (mehr …)
Full video of envloop002: "Hillberg - MetaAmphetaMine" out from Aug. 16th on all major download-portals
envloop – Hillberg Tour Serbia Spring 2010
“Jonathan Harker’s Journal
3 May. Bistritz. Left Munich at 8:35 P. M, on 1st May, arriving at Vienna early next morning; should have arrived at 6:46, but train was an hour late. Buda-Pesth seems a wonderful place, from the glimpse which I got of it from the train and the little I could walk through the streets. I feared to go very far from the station, as we had arrived late and would start as near the correct time as possible.
The impression I had was that we were leaving the West and entering the East; the most western of splendid bridges over the Danube, which is here of noble width and depth, took us among the traditions of Turkish rule…” (mehr …)