Releases

SUK019 // In The Clubs Vol 4

12th September 2012

In The Clubs Volume 4 is the fourth compilation in the series dedicated to promoting new and exciting club music by Australian producers.

Swit continues to thrill us with his tough edgy productions. Legacy is a full throttle acid party tune which builds, grinds and drops big time. This is his third release on the ITC compilation series. Dub Kay’s house track Going Back definitely livens up the dance floor when we drop it in our sets. Mischievous Men is a collaboration between some young Melbourne DJ’s on the rise. We heard their track Lucifer out in the clubs, need way say more! Simón Agliati joins us once again with a track titled Esa Musica. Stay tuned for an upcoming EP from this talented producer. Finishing off ITC4 is a track by Jump To This boss Hey Sam and Torren Foot. Shoppin’ Spree is a big bass ghetto tech track that will destroy your speakers. You have been warned.

Orkestrated’s second release on Suckmusic continues from where they left off.
These two tracks are tough, leaving you no choice but to dance and dance hard. Rubber Money has a vocal hook, bass and lead that make for a late night banger and Copycat does the same. Get ur hands up!

There is something quite charming about walking down a brick lane.
Car fume blackened bricks turn to orange as the wall furthers from the stone path. Graffiti, names of lovers scraped by rock tell of memories of those who have wondered down before.
Rubble and litter tell of many stories, while the grass just does its best to live quietly in the corners. When was the last time you wondered…

In The Clubs Volume 3 is the third compilation in the series dedicated to promoting new and exciting club music by Australian producers.

Beat The Banker & Hey Sam go Yh! with a dirty little number that has been rocking the dance floors. Swit backs up with another peak time track The Party, while John Baptiste makes his 3rd In The Clubs appearance with a quality production in Lunchbox. ITC3 welcomes two young producers to the label. Code Luke & Clipping with their tracks Back To Bongo and Not So Frail, reflecting a deeper club sound.

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This is some real shit. You know how much Rosé cost on sale? 30 dollars a bottle. Im gonna really fuck your mind up. So much so your Head Will Explode into your headphones when played at high volume. Preferably in a residential area.

A bit Shell Shocked you punk mother fuckers, mother fuckers, mother fuckers, yeah alright. Stop and stare, chick aaaaaaaaaarggghhhhhhhhh!

John Baptiste – Shock Leads, Bass, Drums, Samplers.
Choobz – Saw Waves, Bottom End, Rhythm Bleeps, Vocal Snips.

It has been almost two years since Nick Coleman’s last original release. Having recently signed an album deal with Sweat It Out! with his band ‘Northbrook’, Coleman has been reinventing his sound, a sound which is less serious and lot more fun!

‘Raindance’ however is well…epic. The track took two years to finish and had been shelved by the producer who thought that there was no time and very few places for such an emotional track. This may be the case, or just the opinion of the enigmatic Coleman. Regardless, we think that this is a world class piece of music that is worthy of release.

The track features vibraphone, marimba and percussion, all of which were intricately programmed by Coleman.

Silversix’s remix is a wonderful example of a remix that compliments the original. Emotionally it is a silver lining version of the original, a stripped back, warmer take.

SUK013 // Funky! – Silversix

8th December 2011

Silversix’s second feature release for us this year reaffirms his love for horns, cowbells and everything “Funky!”.

The driving house beat, off beat jazz bass and catchy trumpet lines work the ball room a treat.

Suckmusic would like to welcome our first international producer to the label. Uruguay’s main man DJ PP (Gabriel Rocha) jumps on board with a with a signature funk remix.

Australian heavyweight Chardy backs up with another Silversix remix and its a main room monster. This track is big, make sure you have replacement back up speakers!

 

Kids These Days is a floor destroyer produced by Ryan Riback & John Baptiste. The vocal is a dark, trashy, club affair with plenty of attitude. The lyrics were stuck in our head “techno music”, and will most likely get stuck in “kids these days” yours!

Stevie MinkSilversixJoel FletcherLowKiss and Kris Sach all delivered great remixes that we had to put in the package. Stay tuned for a few more international remixes that are in the works.

 
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