Posted in VIDEOS on July 23rd, 2013 by alt



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From the EP “Dirty Glams Jams
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Munk – ‘The Bird And The Beat’ album

Posted in cutTheNoize, VIDEOS on March 2nd, 2011 by alt

As we know Mathias Modica is always a garantour for futuristic sounds. With “The Bird And The Beat” Munk comes up a wide range of styles based on House, Eurodance, Italian Pop, French Chansons, Brasil Funk and even German dadaism. An this time he features ten girls from different countries: E.g. Lou from New Young Pony Club (by the way: She is on tour with Kate Parry). Clara Cometti from Kitsuné. Pollyester from Munich. Joyce Muniz from Brasil….

A German magazin described it as “…sounds like Feist jamming with Caribou produced by a new house geek like Tensnake..”

In Germany the album entered straight  iTunes Dance Charts No5 and is the “album of the month” in some of the leading dance magazines around the world.

For a limited time Gomma will give you two singles as a free download. Just subscribe to their newsletter.

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The Glimmers ‘Whomp These Remixes”

Posted in cutTheNoize on February 1st, 2011 by alt

I know, you already have their fantastic album ‘Whomp That Sucker‘. But what about these remixes from Pete Herbert, who’s reputation as a top producer really took off following his work on Eskimo Recordings as Reverso 68 (with Phil Mison) and as LSB (with Baby G), Tristan Da Cunha, a name synonymous with the legendary Backtobasics parties and the U.K’s pioneering electronic label 2020vision, Telonius and Munk?

Here they are:

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