Oli Freke

Tech House / Techno / House

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New Release: Space Power Facility

Space Power Facility is the fourth release from Oli Freke, and is a deep house groover with a gradually evolving vocal – emerging from the depths of the track right up to main break where it becomes a full blown, powerful vocal line. It’s provided by the Rachel G, who has provided vocals for many electro and house tracks. 

The remix takes the groove and has some fun with elements, dropping the main vox to focus on the pulsing vibe.

 

New release: You're The Reason

Out now! A new track from myself!

1. You’re The Reason (Original Mix)

2. You’re The Reason (Fighta Pilot Remix – vocal version)

3. ‘You’re The Reason’ (Fighta Pilot Remix – dub version)


You’re The Reason features the vocal talents of Chantelle Rowe.

The original mix is a upbeat house track with rolling organ style bassline and lovely musical breakdown.

The Fighta Pilot remix is deeper and focuses on pitch-shifted snippets of the original vox and is beefed up with piano riffs and deep sub bass. 

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New Release: Para da Gracinha

Para de Grançinha is a tough, funky track built around MC Leka’s trash-talking rap. She ain’t falling for your sweet words, flash cash or bump’n’grind, cos she knows what you’re after...
The original mix is the slower version with big chord stabs, funky bass and tasty percussion. Fighta Pilot takes things up a notch with a faster groove and pulsing bassline.

MC Leka is Rio de Janero based rapper, known for her work with Crookers (Man Records

New Release: Line-1

Line-1 is a melodic hypnotic groover exploring the atmostpheric end of tech-house. The Original Mix features a fat off beat sidechain bass, strong lead and half-tempo breakbeat section. The Electrophonic Mix is a deeper work out with a chunky syncopated bassline building the track up to a massive saw break. Fighta Pilot's tech house mix offers a different evolving take on the elements. 

 

 

 

Electronically Yours Vol. 1

Well, it’s been a little while in the making, but is well worth the wait. With our track ‘The Smartest Bomb’ in the honoured position of #3, preceded by Client, we urge you to purchase this collection of brand new female fronted electropop.

Available from http://www.undorecords.bigcartel.com/product/cdun14-various-artists-electronically-yours-vol-1-2cd

 

Unlike Little Boots, Lady GaGa, La Roux, et al, this is music written, produced and promoted by the artists themselves – without the help of major labels. (eg, Little Boots co-writer is Greg Kurstin – look him up and decide for yourselves how much Victoria Boots actually wrote herself….Greg on Wiki)

Anyway…I digress slightly! This is a collection of new electro produced by people with a passion for what they do and is the brainchild of Orac ofLeague-Online, a man with a passion for all things electro and prepared to release an album to prove it!

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EMI Press Release:

Here it is – the release of Electronically Yours “EY Volume 1”, possibly the most significant collection of new electronic pop music since 1981’s “Some Bizzare Album” which launched the recording careers DEPECHE MODE, SOFT CELL, THE THE and BLANCMANGE. Featuring synthly the best new acts on Planet Earth, “EY Volume 1” has been pre-programmed for your listening pleasure!

Electronically Yours started life as a blog in tandem with Secrets Online, both in celebration of synthesizer pioneers THE HUMAN LEAGUE. The thrill of electronic music merged the two sites into one. But then in late 2006, the discovery of Greek electro-maidens MARSHEAUX changed everything…

EY webmeister Rob Windle (AKA Orac)’s belief in the duo’s wonderful analogue synchronicity and Eurocentric charm led to them headlining the first ‘EY Night’ for their live UK debut in London and the aftermath was an enthusiastic union with Undo Records to bring you this CD. Only one condition was specified…all the tracks had to be ‘really good’!

“EY Volume 1” perfectly captures a fantastic moment in time. The last 24 months have seen a resurgence in what is known to many as ‘electropop’. In the past, it was the mainstay of boys with their toys who were prepared to play the role of ‘outsider’ in yesterday’s tomorrow. What has revitalised the genre without a doubt are the feisty, glamourous ladies who are not only fronting the music but are helping to create it too. No electropop puppets here! 21st Century electro is fresh BECAUSE of the female voices… 80s synth pop never sounded this sexy!

So taking the lead from 21st Century female-fronted electronic acts LADYTRON, GOLDFRAPP and MISS KITTIN, this brilliant compilation brings together the best of ‘neu musik’ for those who still love the sound of synth.

No guitars here and frankly who cares?