Releases

T-Rek has never given a fuck. He has always done his own thing. He is an innovator, a creative mind, whos early dance records lay origin to the ‘Melbourne Sound’. A real musician, drummer, guitarist, singer, tweaker, hardware, software, producer and DJ. We are proud to present the next wave of T-Rek.

“Still Born Monsters is a song I’ve had kicking around in various states of production for several years.   Some of the music in the track comes from a live onstage jam at Revolver Upstairs with the ’T-Rek & The Freakshow Disco Community Group’ live band line-up of 2008.  It’s a long psychedelic/guitar/disco/drone/boogie kinda thing that moves through several different sections, and is one of my favorite songs that I have never gotten around to finishing and putting out.  I haven’t released much in the way of club music for a couple of years, and have for a while now wanted this to be my next single, as it in equal parts references where I have been at musically in the past, but ties equally to where my current club music production is heading.  It also strongly references two of my favourite producers of dance music, Moodyman and Queens of the Stone Age.” – T-Rek.

In The Clubs Volume 7 features artist’s Clipping, Michaelis, John Baptiste & Sophia Sin, Scotty T, We’re Deux & DJ Jumax. Plenty of love and support coming in for these tunes from clubland. Peace#

We’re Deux. Two house tracks. Male and female. Their sound appears to have ventured past the brick lane and found itself overlooking a field. No buildings, street signs, cars, just grass fields in all directions, blue sky with clouds, cool breeze and sun. Its a warm feeling. We trust that they are going to make it to their destination, wherever that may be.

We don’t mind waiting for quality music to come our way. Almost a year after her first release on the label Sophia sent us Singing In The Rain. It was worth the wait.

Vocals, piano, strings, marimbas and a perpetual motion that captures the breath of rain perfectly. After hearing this the phone call was made, continue you on your merry journey Sophia, and when u have something else to say, be sure to send it our way. Peace & Love x

Our youngest producer signed to Suckmusic, Pete Large is slowly but surely coming into his own. He’s currently enrolled in electronic music production at the Australian Institute of Music mastering his craft. With each release we smile and know that his moment in the Sun is coming.

“I have always wondered what makes the universe exist. Time and space may forever be a mystery, but that has not stopped my pursuit. Our connections to one another have grown infinitely and now that I have the chance, I’m eager to share this journey with you. Be curious, I know I will forever be.”

Stephen Hawking’s first Facebook status. October 24th, 2014.

So, What Do You Think?

Jack Love

After the initial love on Tiny Tiny’s track “Take The Time” remixed by Melbourne’s very own, Nick Coleman, we decided to hand the track over to Jack Love, Timmus & Uone for their interpretations.
Already there’s been support from Silversix,T-Rek & Spacey Space for the new remixes, while Coleman’s remix is getting a Summer work out across Europe. So much so that we’ve had a video shot in the rural outskirts of the UK:

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I am attracted to the ambience of low light,  colours lit by faces and drinks of amber, orange crystal & lime. Words are often lost but i still understand what your saying. Hear i can be alone and not mind because im with everyone.  I can see you, just like me. This is how i am, when im in the clubs.

Suckmusic In The Clubs Volume 6 presents Baz Emera, Eeemus, Pete Large, Nostaljack & WLVS. Expect to hear solo releases from these producers later in the year.

 
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