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  1. Ben Brown - Chinstroke / 151 Catalog # AL022 Release Date: March 10th 2009 Click Here To Purchase Press Release: Ben Brown delivers two new additions to the Audio Logic Recordings catalog with the release of Chinstroke and 151. Ben has the support of many major artists and has not looked back since the release of Love and Solace in 2007. With Audio Logic's first mix compilation due out soon and Ben at the wheel, his profile and support will continue to rise. Chinstroke showcases Audio Logic's distinctive progressive sound. The track starts with slamming percussion that builds with an airy tension. Haunting melodies captivate the listener in a rage of energy as the lead filters in and out. The driving bass line creates an intense experience as the track builds and channels incredible energy. Chinstroke has a fantastic vibe that will become a favorite on dance floors across the globe. 151 is a progressive gem that sets the mood immediately and keeps the listener locked in. Ben uses an arpeggiated bass line to set the track apart and combines it with a funky melody that creates a relentless groove. 151 will raise energy levels in an intimate room or massive festivals making 151 a versatile weapon of choice for all DJs. Artist Reactions & DJ Support Andre Solaris - Wow! Ben doensn't dissapoint. 151 is totally up my alley...dark alley. 9/10 Blake Jarrell - Chinstroke is Good Stuff! 8/10 Bs As Deep - Thanks for the EP. Both tracks are good but my favorite is 151! You have my full support 8/10 Christopher Manik - Cool tracks! 151 has an old school flavor it. Nice stuff from Ben as usual. 8/10 Flash Brothers - Supporting Chinstroke 7/10 Harry Lemon - Supporting 151. 7/10 Jaytech - Really liking both of these - thanks! 8/10 Kev O’Brien - Chinstroke is right on the money. 151 is not really my style as much, but has a big peak hour energy which I can see a lot of people liking. 4/5 Luke Porter - I love Chinstroke, fucking chunky as hell! 8/10 Mashtronic - Chinstroke is awesome. Will hammer this for sure. 9/10 Matt Rowan - Really enjoying both tunes. Big peak time stuff from Ben… well done! 8/10 Mike Hiraztka - Chinstroke is really nice, cool groove, some great sounds and as always Ben's production is excellent. 8/10 Nico Heins - Chinstroke is a monster! The spacious, heavy groove and elusive lead makes this a peak time bomb not to be messed with! 9/10 Row - Ben delivered once again. Both tracks are great productions and Chinstroke will be in the bag for my next gigs! 9/10 Sasha Le Monnier - 151 is certainly rolling along with a rather FAT, Hypnotic sound… sweet! Chinstroke is a lovely track for warming up with… sweet stuff! 4.5 / 5 Seneca - Chinstroke is one of my favorite releases to date! 9/10 Shawn Michaels - Solid production. 151 is a BOMB! 9/10 Stefan (Progressive-World.at) - Chinstroke is awesome! Proper dance floor stuff which will manage to do some damage on the floors worldwide! 151 is amazing as well! That’s the way progressive house should sound! 9/10 The Funky Bastard - Supporting Chinstroke 7/10 Thomas Sagstad - Bouncy, I like it! Chinstroke is my choice. Topher Jones - 151 is a really nice tune. Liked it the first time I heard it! 7/10 Tyler Hampton - Chinstroke is massive! Really groovy stuff… it will definitely get some plays from me. 9/10
  2. HiDef 001 : Mixed by Ben Brown Available March 31st 2009 Audio CD or Digital Download With singles on labels such as Black Hole, Deep and Nine Records already under his belt, next generation artist Ben Brown is set to release his first mix compilation on Audio Logic Recordings this Spring. Ben has worked extensively with Chicago-based Audio Logic over the past year and the release of HiDef marks a new transition for the label. Alongside exclusive remixes and edits from Ben himself, HiDef delivers fresh material by Ricardo Tobar and Jamie McHugh as well as classics by the likes of Amoeba Assassin. Join us in celebrating the release of HiDef during Winter Music Conference 2009 aboard the Aqua Luxury Party Yacht on March 28. Track List 01. Moonbeam featuring Blackfeel Wite - First Night (Ben Brown Intro Mix) 02. Jimmy Van M - My Eyes featuring Steve T (2am JVM & Marc Mitchell Mix) 03. Eelke Kleijn - Dopamine Theory 04. Amoeba Assassin - Rollercoaster (KOS Remix) 05. Pete Lazonby - Wavespeech (Descent Mix) 06. Jamie McHugh - Lunar (John Selway Remix) 07. RPO & David Weed - Industry Part 2 08. Lil Dirty - Vintage (Jim Rivers Remix) 09. Elegant Universe - Hypnotized 10. Ricardo Tobar - La Otra Playa 11. Wize - Grand Voyage (TBS Remix) 12. The Funky Bastard - Koalas For Breakfast (Ben Brown’s Toasted Koalas Mix) 13. Fairmont - I Need Medicine (Ricardo Tobar Remix) 14. Jamie McHugh - Stammer $9.95 Limited CD Presale Happening Now at audiologicrecordings.com Orders will begin shipping on March 31st Click Here To Preview HiDef
  3. Tolgar - Transistor Radial 01. Original Mix 02. Dub Mechanics Remix 03. Nico Heins Remix Catalog #: AL021 Release Date: February 17th 2009 Click Here To Purchase Chicago & Istanbul native Tolgar, debuts with his first original on Audio Logic Recordings titled Transistor Radial. The tune is an electro-house banger that gets down to business straight away instead of building up with each element. Tolgar produces serious effects on the bass channel, which make each sound-effect like it's own element within the track! Crazy arpeggios give the tune it's groove and pitch shifts are created from varying the octaves. Tolgar bit crushes many elements to give it a grainy feel and makes Transistor Radial a perfect tune for the electro heads. Dub Mechanics from Los Angeles, provide a stripped back and groovy alternative to Tolgar's raw arrangement. They lead into the wicked bass that makes the original unique and add a sub-bass that after hearing makes it hard to stand still. Punchy percussion drives the track and as the arrangement breaks down, tension builds to a sudden drop and hits hard on the floor. Newcomer on Audio Logic, Nico Heins, offers a fresh interpretation of Transistor Radial. Nico's approach is deeper and he picks up on the progressive sound you are familiar with on Audio Logic. Lush pads and eerie leads add space throughout the mix and the wicked bass from the original is placed well with excellent effects. Nico Hein's ethereal sound and infectious groove rounds out the package. DJ Reactions: Behrouz - I like the Nico Heins remix and will play it. Thank you. 7/10 Blende - Definitely the Original Mix for me. Blue Room Project - Nico Heins version is a bit haunting but works well for me. 8/10 Chad North - I like all the mixes! Dub Mechanics has this dark, groovy shit going on and I can definitely hearing this going off at an underground club. It's the late-night one of the bunch. The Nico Heins remix is pure class. From the build-up to when it opens up… the pad and added bass takes the track to an entirely different place. The Original mix just gets stupid! Not simply a head-nodder... it commands your attention and drops like a fucking hammer. This is a party track - straight up. Nice one... full support 8/10 David Call - This package epitomizes what I've come to expect from a new Audio Logic release. Understated elements that provide a unique groove unlike the kind of music I'm usually into. Definitely the Nico Heins remix for me as it provides the catchy hook I'm always drawn to. 9/10 Dylan Rhymes - I prefer the original mix to all the others. Original is much chunkier and ballsy! Well done! Flash Brothers - Cool Stuff! We like the Nico Heins remix. 7/10 James Zabiela - The Nico Heins Remix is cool, thanks. 7/10 Johan Soh aka Jariten - With squelchy basslines and that bleepy edge that I love, this Tolgar release presses all the right buttons! Kares - Tolgar's mix is definitely my favorite! Bass heavy and like an Invitation to the pants party! It kind of reminds me of Mario eating the mushrooms and growing bigger. Mashtronic - The Nico Heins remix is my pick here… Nice release. 7/10 Mike Hiraztka - Cool grooves and effected bits, nice production all around. 7/10 Nosmo - Slamming release for Audio Logic. These will definitely be peak time mixes. The bass guitar and intricate environments of the Nico Heins mix make that the one for me. Go Tolgar! 7/10 Pablo Decoder - Fat bass and wicked noises! I like the original mix a lot. Seneca - Love the Dub Mechanics punch and Nico Hein's remix is extraordinary! 8/10 Solarstone - Audio Logic is one of very few labels that get me excited when I go through the glut of promos each week. As hot chocolate so deftly put it; "every one is a winner!" 10/10 Stephan (Progressive-World.at) - Pretty chunky original mix! I didn't see that coming on Audio Logic. Dub Mechanics Mix is a bit better than the original in my opinion. The Nico Heins remix on the other hand is a really nice piece of music! It gets my support for sure! Thomas Sagstad - Nico Heins remix is growing on me.
  4. Sona - Do You Know 01. Original Mix 02. Ben Brown Remix Catalog #: AL019 Release Date: Tuesday November 25th, 2008 Available At Beatport.com/labels/audio+logic+recordings Press Release Sona hails from Dallas, Texas but currently resides in Taipei. A classical violinist since childhood, Sona has always had a true passion for high quality music. He has proven to be on a dedicated path to success in the dance music world. His musical versatility has earned him features on Om Records Winter Sessions and the New Sound Theory compilations. Heavily influenced by a wide spectrum of musicians, Sona's production can be deep and soul soothing or incur rump-shakin dance floor madness. His music has been charted by the likes of Pete Tong, Johnny Fiasco, Chez Damier, Laurent Garnier, and Mark Farina. Early in 2008, Sona launched his label, Nosa Recordings and has had releases on Pete Tong's Bedroom Bedlam label, Headtunes and Kolour. He has been remixed by the likes of Delano Smith and Nacho Marco of Freerange and Pacha Recordings as well. Sona makes his Audio Logic debut with Do You Know. A slight departure from the label's progressive ethic, Do You Know has the classic Chicago house vibe. A funky percussive intro fades into filtered synth stabs, melodic bits and a groovy bass line. Sona uses his own vocal snippets that have been processed with a vocoder, bit of flange, tremolo and stereo spread to give them a warm feel. Ben Brown knows how to make a release his own these days and his work on Do You Know is no exception. He goes deep on the remix with a thick groove and effected pieces of the original chimes to start. Ben tosses in just enough bits of the vocal hook and guides listeners on a classic journey throughout. The track builds amazing tension without being ostentatious and goes for an epic finish by building in pitch but keeps up the pace. Ben's mix is the soundtrack to a 4am workout on intimate dance floors! audiologicrecordings.com | facebook.com/pages/audio-logic-recordings | myspace.com/audiologicrecordings | ilike.com/artist/audio+logic+recordings DJ Reactions Ben Brown - I love the groove of the original. Sona is making some great house music and the Ben Brown remix is ok Blake Jarrell - Nice deep Chicago style tune… it's the Ben Brown remix for me. Chloe - Ben Brown remix is awesome. It's a perfect builder tune and the original mix is good too. Christopher Manik - Original is nice... Ben Brown always shines... will play both. Darin Epsilon - Like Ben's remix. It has a little more interesting layering compared to the original to keep the listener engaged. Nice percs, effects, and such. Joe Fisher - Great EP. Full support for Ben Brown's Remix. Nice use of samples from the original and the breakdown is superb. Will be using it, and throwing the original in my warm up sets. Kenneth Thomas - Dig the Original for opening/early night sets. Kosmas Epsilon - Whoa!!! Indeed a new departure for the label, loving this direction, keep going. Awesome tracks! Luke Porter - Nice deep groove on Ben Brown's remix. Mashtronic - Excellent deep sounds… the Ben Brown remix is my pick here as it's a bit more driving. Matt Rowan - Big fan of the Ben Brown Mix. Love it! Mike Hiraztka - Ben Brown delivers a great late night mix, definitely will be supporting this! Nosmo v Kris B - Original has a nice, deep, house/prog vibe & great chords. Ben's mix is deep but still has a harder techy vibe and great dynamics throughout. It's a tough call between the two mixes but both are excellent. ON|OFF - As always Ben Brown's music and mixes is exactly my taste... I like that pumping deep bass. Row - Really digging Ben's remix. Sasha Le Monnier - Two solid tracks here. I especially like the Ben brown remix... nice teched out vibe to this! Seneca - Ben's remix is just a monster! I love the dark and deep grooving feel of it compared to the original. Stefan @ ProgressiveWorld.at - The Original Mix is a classy piece of house music! It's perfect for groovy warmup sets. The harder kicks and the twisted sounds of the Ben Brown remix are also very good. Stel - Ben Brown Remix! The Timewriter - Nice release! Thomas Sagstad - Ben Brown Remix here
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