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Hot on the heels from two three-track EP’s for Deadmau5’s Mau5trap Recordings, Scottish electro crusader Nom De Strip re-unites with Toronto peer Hatiras for round six of their collaborative affair with ‘Nippleodeon’ following last year’s ‘Saucy’. Rallying scattered bleeps, rerunning vocal chants and swift tones buzzing in the background, ‘Nippleodeon’ fits well with the forward-thinking sound scope that Chris Lake’s Rising Music imprint has continued to champion, placing minimalistic electro house against a strong tropical backdrop.

Out today on Beatport.

Hot on the heels from two three-track EP’s for Deadmau5’s Mau5trap Recordings, Scottish electro crusader Nom De Strip re-unites with Toronto peer Hatiras for round six of their collaborative affair with ‘Nippleodeon’ following last year’s ‘Saucy’. Rallying scattered bleeps, rerunning vocal chants and swift tones buzzing in the background, ‘Nippleodeon’ fits well with the forward-thinking sound scope that Chris Lake’s Rising Music imprint has continued to champion, placing minimalistic electro house against a strong tropical backdrop.

Slated for release April 22nd.

Well over a year after the release of the original version through Chris Lake’s Rising Music label, Tommy Trash’s ‘Monkey See Monkey Do’ returns for round two with a four-piece remix package for Deadmau5’s Mau5trap Recordings.

Calling upon the likes of Tom Staar, Nom De Strip, Zero Hero, and Tommy Trash himself, ‘Monkey See Monkey Do’ is given an extended shelf life courtesy of this eclectic collection of electro-laden remixes.

Out today on Beatport.

Well over a year after the release of the original version through Chris Lake’s Rising Music label, Tommy Trash’s ‘Monkey See Monkey Do’ returns for round two with a four-piece remix package for Deadmau5’s Mau5trap Recordings.

Calling upon the likes of Tom Staar, Nom De Strip, Zero Hero, and Tommy Trash himself, ‘Monkey See Monkey Do’ is given an extended shelf life courtesy of this eclectic collection of electro-laden remixes.

Out March 4th.

With ”Album Title Goes Here” still at large, Mau5trap releases the first formal remix package for a track off of Deadmau5’s latest studio album, calling upon GTA, Nom De Strip and Eekkoo to put their touches on the album’s Wolfgang Gartner collaboration ‘Channel 42′.

On hand with a dark and grainy sound, GTA take the lead with a remix of stadium-worthy beat work. Borrowing heavily from the hypnotizing melodics of the Deadmau5 and Wolfgang Gartner original, Nom De Strip strips down it’s instantly recognizable Electro House segments to a minimalistic, bass-heavy beat, leaving it to aspiring Canadian Eekkoo to chop ‘Channel 42′ into a bouncy Tech House formula.

Out today on iTunes and Beatport.


Deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner – Channel 42 (Eekkoo Remix)

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As officially premiered in Pete Tong’s Essential Selection last night, Mau5trap unveils the first formal remix for a track off of Deadmau5’s latest studio album, ”Album Title Goes Here”, in the form of a Nom De Strip remix of ‘Channel 42′.

Borrowing heavily from the the hypnotizing melodics of the Deadmau5 and Wolfgang Gartner original, the Scottish producer strips down it’s instantly recognizable Electro House segments to a minimalistic, bass-heavy beat.

Out February 12th.

Always eclectic and rarely found rooted to one locality, globetrotting British producer turned label head Chris Lake has had another solid year on all professional fronts. Back behind the stronghold of his Rising Music imprint, Lake collects the finest spoils of his impending musical powerhouse with a fresh nod to the potential of post-summer clubbing.

Placing classic Electro House synth play against a strong tropical backdrop, Nom De Strip’s ‘Give It To Me’ successfully sets the diverse cluster of tracks in motion, with ‘It’s All Good’ from Birdee exercising strong and uplifting House hallmarks from the outset. While returning label contributor Jim Breese and Chris Coco deal in solid House beats and infectious sample work, Paul Strive’s elegant grooves and sharp laser leads brings a new energy to the ranks of rhythmically charged club cuts. Finished off by Fire Flowerz all-out House overhaul of ‘It’s All Good’, Lake sets a precedent for the quality of independent Dance music despite in spite of the colder backdrop of 2012.

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In anticipation of his soon-to-be-released Mau5trap Recordings debut and with Swedish House Mafia singing their praises, Nom De Strip reunites with Hatiras for round five of their collaborative affair with ‘Saucy’.

Transitioning from a sleek flare of vintage synths to their signature churning Electro House, ‘Saucy’ ascends into an all-out affair of intricate chord play and infectious leads, marking a blend between old school spirit and new school edge. Where Electro may be proving Dance music’s hit-and-miss sub-genre for 2012, the Canada-based duo stirs a sound degree of enthusiasm for the uplifting energy that this vintage sound scope musters.

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As an eclectic visionary, Chris Lake’s Rising Music label has continued to deal in sophisticated doses of unpredictable Dance music. But in a bid to extend their already extensive back catalogue of quality music from across the spectrum, Scottish Electro crusader Nom De Strip sets the tone ahead of his debut on Mau5trap Recordings with a two-track EP alongside Swedish peer Peo De Pitte.

Showcasing croaking bass and those all-too-familiar pitch-defying leads, headline single ‘Big Knobbler’ sees Nom De Strip and De Pitte bring their take on the burly Electro House more commonly associated with the earlier works of Tommy Trash, leaving room for Nom De Strip’s own ‘Suplex’ single to round off the package with wobbles and beeps.

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As an eclectic visionary, Chris Lake’s Rising Music label has continued to deal in sophisticated doses of unpredictable Dance music. But in a bid to extend their already extensive back catalogue of quality music from across the spectrum, Scottish Electro crusader Nom De Strip sets the tone ahead of his debut on Mau5trap Recordings with a two-track EP alongside Swedish* peer Peo De Pitte.

Showcasing croaking bass and those all-too-familiar pitch-defying leads, headline single ‘Big Knobbler’ sees Nom De Strip and De Pitte bring their take on the burly Electro House more commonly associated with the earlier works of Tommy Trash, leaving room for Nom De Strip’s own ‘Suplex’ single to round off the package with wobbles and beeps.

Out September 17 on Rising Music.

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