Beneath Me (Plastique De Reve's Reggae Do Morro remix)
Beneath Me (original mix)
Beneath Me (David Carretta's Sauvage remix)
Review: Dancepig's 'Beneath Me' is the new release from French techno label, Space Factory. Charted, played and
supported by the likes of DJ Hell, Miss Kittin, and Jenifer Cardini. Limited pressing of only 500 copies - hurry up.
Review: Let's take things up again where we had left them regarding one of the most promising French electro group, Dirty Important Person! Shady and acid atmospheric beat operating by itself, dubious and ambivalent lyrics, palpable tension, we find once again the same atmosphere which pervaded "Stink", a track already released on Space Factory that had electrified us in late 2004. With this new delivery, we may think at once that "Everybody's Gay" extends disturbances, using urgency, erosion and hysteria like a fearsome weapon to make us dance. Dirty Important Person achieves here what Fischerspooner were striving after if they had not fallen into the grip of conceit. Then, they combine brilliantly Soft Cell glamour with DFA subversion. "Everybody’s Gay" suggests however a musical idea that could not be simpler, a kind of atonal electronic blues with a recurring motif. Yet, everything hinges on keyboards riffs and song rendering which allow Dirty Important Person to bowl us over exultantly. If "Everybody's Gay" is playing on self-restraint, on the b-side "Perfect Day" launches a head-on attack on the dancefloor with overworked disco-techno-rock intentions. And, present as always, those acid-electro-gut-wrenching tones. We can also notice that Florian's personality shines out in broad daylight, as if it was possible, amazingly playing on voices. Seducing and convincing. Everybody is definitely OK: If a second EP is always a decisive test for a producer, Dirty Important Person compels recognition on the popular credibility form. Moreover those little brats take advantage of the opportunity to sign right through the sheet.
Review: Nomenklatur's debut techno release on Space Factory should not go unnoticed. "Virtual Hopes" is a techno/acid techno track with fierce vocals bringing out insistently its Electronic Body Music's dimension. "Sorrow, Death" - Well-known electronic slogans of the 90s wave are once again summoned! Due to this interest in the dark side of the force, "Virtual Hopes" could have been signed by Carretta himself.
Review: Savas Pascalidis (aka Phreek, The Superastronaut) is not a rookie producer. Appearances on International Deejay Gigolos, Kurbel or Lasergun shows that he is surely one of pioneer of EDM electro dark system. His EP on Space Factory has a really 80s underground vibe ala "Les Liasons Dangereuses" has been done. Fans will still like this release.