“With ODrex Trip 043 it’s a pleasure to release our own Moolsaasa with an album titled Formation. A selection of unreleased tracks from about 10-15 years ago that are freshly mastered. With a wide variety of different sounds, jams and approaches. Dub Techno, Acid House, Techno, Chill Out, Electro… It displays his versatility as producer and on the decks. We hope you enjoy this collection of old treasures we have dug up.
A Formation of memories and sounds.”
“With ODrex Trip 041 we bring Part 2 of Wet Basement‘s project Neon City titled Neon City Part 2 [Riding The Wave]. All productions are created with a modular system as jam recordings. Wet Basement energetically, gracefully and dynamically explores an audio modular blend of dub techno, acid house and electro. His personalized sound and setup brings a special touch to his work. Enjoy more lights in the Neon City.”
“With ODrex Trip 040 we bring you an album from Wet Basement titled Neon City. All productions are created with a modular system as jam recordings. Wet Basement energetically, gracefully and dynamically explores an audio modular blend of dub techno, acid house and electro. His personalized sound and setup brings a special touch to his work. The album also includes a 16 minute Endless Streets remix from Twin Peetz of Neon City. Enjoy the lights of the Neon City.”
“With ODrex Trip 039 we bring a collaboration project between Shebuzzz and Heavenchord called Magnolia, with guest appearences from Sotvorishi & DubRaJah. Variations of Magnolia explore a dub techno dancefloor feel, with deep grooves and minimal rythms. The 4 other tracks explore different types of sounds created by the colab and friends.
Enjoy the blooming Magnolia of sounds.”
“Slapstick, spectacle, riot, downhill, electro-bruzze, party, always firmly on. That’s how we imagine the Johnnyverse, to which For Example John invites us here. A classic second album, more of everything we love, one step further, everything a bit bigger and wilder, the next level. That’s the way we want it. All our expectations are satisfied. Hell Yeah.”
“Andrew Haines tickles our nerve cords with the most beautiful memories, in the tension between capital depression and the cosmic dance constant that cannot be taken away from us, neither from regulations nor from tension. The pleasure will remain, the frequencies will remain, the electric universe will remain, come what may. ”