Tactus recorded a 300 second mix for BBC Radio 1‘s Introducing show with Jen & Ally. It has one track from every ABAGA Records release, and begins and ends with an unreleased Tactus track.
Label boss Tactus heads our latest free release, with two of his own tracks and two collaborations with MAKO, offering dark, deep and bass heavy dance music.
The labels’ 39th release is presented by two like-minded producers, coming together to find new ways in which to meld styles, experiment with sounds and snare placement, whilst retaining melody and emphasis on sub frequencies.
The debut EP from The Mighty Cream has turned out to be a good one, and its free! We’ll be launching the EP at Nu-Fire in Sneaky Pete’s (Edinburgh), so get yourselves down there for 11pm on October 22nd if you’re in town! Click here for the Facebook event.
Sinister flute with brooding basslines is what to expect from ABAGA Records’ forthcoming free release. The Mighty Cream‘s debut EP consists of a track with contrasting dark and light parts that lead to a pounding culmination of merciless bass sounds, and three remixes picked from a barrage of entries to their remix competition: JZR, with his spacious slower skank, Tisoki, with a hard hitting schizophrenic-like dancefloor-worthy version, and Skoshki, with a dark, growling variant, using chord sweeps that add a light at the end of the tunnel.
More music to come from this nascent duo, so keep your ears to the ground for this lot.
Second free EP on ABAGA Records by Manchester-based producer MAKO is a long awaited banger!
MAKO brings his second EP on ABAGA Records with tasteful use of bass: Dark and broody, with dubstep leanings in the opening tracks and an uptempo crunchy sound with the closing track, this EP is a new chapter in this innovative producers’ journey.
Our remix competition winner DanieL Bazz brings us a bass fueled techno house remix of The Mighty Cornelius’ “The Black Meat”, with an ingenious use of a vocal sample as a hi-hat and atmospherics that give a claustrophobic and dark feeling. The B-side “Ace” is an equally intense track, with a groove to get any dancefloor moving.
Tactus was recently interviewed for San Diego based radio show Solipsistic Nation. The interview covers his approach to music and running ABAGA Records, and the accompanying hour long mix showcases ABAGA Records releases and his own unreleased tracks. More information can be found here. Continue reading
ABAGA Records’s twentieth release is out today. TeKlo brings us his latest offering, “Mutilate EP”, full of twisted and mutated electronic sounds. This EP is full of high energy beats and harsh sounding basslines, that are sure to get a crowd jumping. The selection of tempo changes in each track makes this EP an exciting listen, and will keep you on your toes.
The new free EP by Jammin J called “Something Special” [ABAGAFREE015] is out today!!! …and it IS something special.
This is Jammin J‘s debut EP on ABAGA Records. The title track starts the EP with a drum & bass stomper for the dancefloor, and the tracks that follow keep that upbeat vibe, utilizing jungle breaks, lush chords, sax and guitar, and leave your speakers truly dusted off by the massive sub-lines.
His releases on Extent Recordings, Nerve and 3 Roots Audio have already proven his great production abilities, and this EP furthers that reputation.
ABAGA Records will be releasing Profisee’s ‘Hold Up EP’ (produced by Starkey) on Monday (February 20th). To celebrate, we will be having a launch party at Edinburgh club night Coalition in Sneaky Pete’s on Sunday, February 19th.
The EP features remixes from Tactus, MAKO and The Setup, along with instrumental versions”
01. Profisee – Hold Up (Produced by Starkey)
02. Profisee – Hold Up (Tactus Remix)
03. Profisee – Hold Up (MAKO Remix)
04. Profisee – Hold Up (The Setup Remix)
05. Profisee – Hold Up (Starkey Instrumental)
06. Profisee – Hold Up (Tactus Instrumental)
07. Profisee – Hold Up (The Setup Instrumental)
Tactus also recently recorded a promo mix for Coalition, featuring forthcoming ABAGA releases and untitled tracks, have a listen: