Jump to content
Clubplanet Nightlife Community

Rockwell D "Gouled Felem EP" w/ remix by Scott Cooper - on Potty Mouth!


Recommended Posts



Original tracks by: Rockwell D

Tracks: You Cant Cool, Tempo Critical, Crazy Hoe

Remix by: Scott Cooper (You Cant Cool)



Available for purchase at:


www.beatport.com - Exclusive for first 4 weeks from 04/29/09 til 05/29/09








View/listen video previews at:

"You Cant Cool" (Original Mix):

"You Cant Cool" (Scott Cooper Remix):

"Tempo Critical (Original Mix):

"Crazy Hoe" (Original Mix):

Click on the image for more info on Rockwell D!


Rockwell D Heats Potty Mouth Music Label with “Burning Up†EP

Birmingham duo debuts first, full length house EP for PMM feat. Scott Cooper remix

CHICAGO—Rockwell D returns to the Potty Mouth Music spotlight for the first time since fall 2008 with “Burning Up,†the label’s latest house-heavy EP featuring three original new tracks and a remix by Potty Mouth artist Scott Cooper. The production duo of Ade Robinson and Sheff H. made waves on Potty Mouth Music with their remix of Pete Vaydex’s “My Orange Vacuum Cleaner†released as part of PMM 015 “Time for Time Out†EP. Now Rockwell D takes their solo production talents to the forefront on PMM 021, bringing an inflated brand of energy and funk set to work crowds until dawn.

Rockwell D is no stranger to frenzied crowds. As residents at the renowned Birmingham clubs of Miss Moneypennys and Gatecrashers, Robinson and Sheff have been attracting attention of partygoers for more than five years. What began as a solo residency for Robinson soon turned into a partnership after the two met in 2006. Robinson helmed the decks while Sheff, a business minded and technically-savvy DJ, shopped for new music opportunities. His background as a house remixer for London’s Relentless Records led to them teaming up and remixing side project for one of Miss Moneypennys owners.

“We went in the studio and nailed three mixes—one which was used on the release,†Sheff says. “We have a great understanding and balance in the studio together, which made for a great start to the Rockwell D project.â€

Since then, the duo has kept their production pace as high-energy as their house tracks For their latest Potty Mouth coup, Rockwell D presents “Burning Up,†an EP featuring three original tracks including, “Your Can’t Cool,†“Tempo Critical†and “Crazy Hoe.†Potty Mouth’s Cooper lends his remix skills to “You Can’t Cool†turning out a twisted version of the original that chugs with a globular bassline paired with funky grooves.

In addition to their latest release on Potty Mouth Music, Rockwell D continues to tour globally, hold down regular play dates in Ibiza, Russia and Switzerland. There recent success on Urbanfire Records includes their original mix of “Girls Meltdown†feat. Gappy Ranks simultaneously hitting the No. 1 spots on djdownloads.com hip hop and garage Top 100 charts. The success of “Whats Up†and “Plain Loco†also on Urbanfire has further increased the visibility and viability of Rockwell D on underground and commercial dance scene.

Robinson says he takes his mission to heart.

“When I play, I aim to have total control of the dance floor, give the crowd an unforgettable and uplifting experience and to play something fresh—all the while considering the impact of the music,†he says.


Rockwell D / You Cant Cool / Original / Potty Mouth Music

Rockwell D / Tempo Critical / Original / Potty Mouth Music

Kyle Watson / Doubting You / Original / Venga Digital

2 Bit Thugs / A Good Look / Stupid Fresh Remix / A New Hope Records

Rockwell D / You Cant Cool / Scott Cooper Remix / Potty Mouth Music

HeavyFeet / Killa Sound / Original / Tragic Magic

Kelevra / Jak Muzik / Original / Fidegt Kingdom

Jo Kira / Da Nada / Aniki Mix / Satans Circus Records

Rockwell D / Crazy Hoe / Original / Potty Mouth Music

Dem Slackers / God Is A Slacker / Original / Warehouse Music


PMM-025 - "Eat, Sleep & Breath It EP" - May 2009

Original tracks by: TJR

Tracks: Good Evening Chicago, I Dont Know Where

Remix by: Klaus Hill (Good Evening Chicago)


PMM024 - "SECOND NATURE EP" - January 2009

Original tracks by: Santiago & Bushido

Tracks: Can't Be Wrong, Second Nature, Bounce

Remix by: Johnny Fiasco (Can't Be Wrong)

PMM-023 - "Gouled Felem EP" - April 2009

Original tracks by: Audiostalkers

Tracks: Front to Back ft D-Chi, Beat Glitches ft Zerina, Gouled Felem

Remix by: Santiago & Bushido (Front To Back)

PMM-022 - "Keep It Real EP" - March 2009

Original tracks by: HiJack

Tracks: Keep It Real, Higher

Remix by: Oliver $ (Keep It Real)

PMM-021 - "Burning Up EP" - April 2009

Original tracks by: Rockwell D

Tracks: You Cant Cool, Tempo Critical, Crazy Hoe

Remix by: Scott Cooper (You Cant Cool)

PMM-020 - "FRESH & BOUNCY EP" - February 2009

Original tracks by: Kyle Watson

Tracks: Bounce Up (w/ Kyle Watson ft Timothy & The Ruegroove), Right Now

Remix by: Chris James & Lee Dearn (Bounce Up), Adam Bozzetto (Bounce Up)

PMM-019 - "WAKING UP THE TOWN EP" - February 2009

Original tracks by: Scott Cooper

Tracks: Crank It with Edu K ft Lella, If I Dont, Understand

Remix by: Trevor Loveys (Crank It), Scott Cooper (Crank It Dub)


POTTY MOUTH MUSIC (Chicago): www.pottymouthmusic.com

Screw soap the mouth; the brand of jack that defines Chicago's new-school house sound gets a tech-heavy makeover from the talent roster of Potty Mouth Music. Inspired by the dirty glitch twists of fidget house producers such as Switch, Trevor Loveys and Jesse Rose, Potty Mouth ditches conventional house boundaries, imploring turntable trickery, unconventional loops and straight up techno into its catalogue of tracks. Chicago-based label head James Amato keeps house-heavy influences in place and lacing them with the kind of dirty glitch that makes it feel so good to be so bad. Potty Mouth's artists include Crookers (Italy), Santiago & Bushido (Chicago), HiJack (UK), Dj Fame (New York), The Bulgarian (UK), Heavyfeet (UK), Cops & Robbers (Chicago), Electric Soulside (Belgium), Andy George (UK), Scott Cooper (UK), Klaus Hill (Australia), Mightyfools (Netherlands), Adam Bozzetto (Australia), TJR (New York), Chris James & Lee Dearn (UK), Urchins (UK), Pette Vaydex (Slovenia), Rockwell D (UK) and Kyle Watson (South Africa).


Link to comment
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

  • Create New...