Tide:edit:07 available on May 24 2016 from Amazon for 38.88
UPC bar code 400075675729 ξ1 registered May 24 2016
Product category is Audio
Manufacturered by Star 69
Product weight is 0.25 lbs.
Ground-breaking, New York-based Star 69 Records proudly announces the imminent release of Saeed & Palash (S&P) Saeed & Palash: TIDE:EDIT:07. The beat-mixed double-disc collection from acclaimed up-and-coming DC-based production / remixing / DJ team Saeed & Palash, marks the pair’s debut into the thriving DJ mixed compilation market. Internationally renowned for their string of impressive remixes that have ignited dance floors across the globe including Celeda "The Underground" Star, Kylie Minogue "In Your Eyes" Parlophone, John Digweed "Voices" Bedrock, Peter Bailey "U Need It" Harlem and Marc Romboy "Hyper Harmonic" Superstition, the innovative "future house" duo have also been in the spotlight with their arsenal of original productions. Their own Addictive Records and the LowLIT Series are quickly asserting themselves as a major force in the driving, progressive and percussive, dark and funky house underground. With this exciting release, Star 69 Records is partnering with UCMG UK-distributed Tide Recordings, who will release their version as the 7th installment of its ground-breaking Tide Edit series which. On the ferocious Saeed & Palash: TIDE:EDIT:07 set, Saeed & Palash each successfully capture their "trademark" energetic tribal-tech inflected sound from the decks to the dance floor and straight into your living room. Spread across 2, 60-minute plus, seamlessly mixed cds Disc, Saeed & Palash: TIDE:EDIT:07, offers addictive, musically charged selections from an array of "trainspotted" labels like Deep Dish’s Yoshitoshi Recordings, G-Pal’s Swift, Bliss, Fluid and Low Pressings. Highlights include: the dynamic duo’s own reworking of Peter Bailey’s "U Need It" on Steve Lawler’s own Harlem imprint, G-Pal feat. Anna Maria X "Ocean Of Blue," Noel Sanger "Towards The One," Black Watch "Words Unspoken DeVol," Althea McQueen’s rousing "Heartbroken," Revolt "Am I Still Dreaming," Oliver Klein’s "Rheinkraft Ian" and many, many more.
Well, maybe # 7 is lucky for Saeed & Palash lately, but that luck is combined with the fact that they have paid their dues for many years, by producing some of the best and most sought-after single dance mixes and remixes this side of the Atlantic. They are already worshipped in places like The U.K. and Ibiza, but their new 2-CD set should convince most folks that they are fierce, and at the cutting edge of creating near-perfect continuous dance mixes as well! Hai..