Compost Black Label 92

Artist: Rainer Trueby
Title: Welcome To Our World (Dima Studitsky Remix) / Welcome To Our World (Session Victim Remix) / Jeck (Sello Remix)
Download Bonus Tracks: Jeck (Chocolate Garage Productions Remix)
Cat No: CPT408-1
Format: 12″ / Download
Releasedate Digital: 07.12.2012

Quotes: one of the best remix packages this year. will play them all for sure! Alexander Maier / Dima Studitsky is nice Andre Lodemann / great Anja Schneider / wicked,  Sam Bailey / I like this… Danny Krivit / dima mix is v cool..also CGP mix is nice..will play 4 sure…thnx Charles Webster / Nice diverse remix package, all sounding solid, esp feeling the Sello mix.. Dave Aju / Loving the Session Victim rmx! Killer version of a favourite track. Dom Servini / Off the deep end, snorkel included. Lovely bubbles from the depths. Mark Farina / now this comin over like a little surprise. welcome to our world , again. great remixes! Michael Ruetten / really nice package, enjoying the session victim remix Milton Jackson / Session Victim rmx is my pick here! Awesome! Nuno dos Santos / Great Mixes. Love it and will play it. Peter Kruder / good package! Phonique / These guys really delivered. A solid package. Full support on the Dima S, Choc GP, and Session Victim mixes. Tedd Patterson / Yep, respects and thanks to all the remixers… Rainer Trueby

Info: Here comes a delicious remix package for Rainer Trueby´s 3rd solo maxi (Black Label #82) with reworks by Dima Studitsky, Session Victim, Sello and Chocolate Garage Productions.

Some recent Rainer Trueby activities:

- Remix for Agogo Records: The Soul Session feat. Karl Frierson “A Horse With No Name” (Marlow & Trueby Refix of the “America” classic), released in July 2012

- Remix for DJ Pippi, Tuccillo & Kiko Navarro´s “Higher” together with Marlow (Room With A View Records, Weimar), released as an exclusive track in October on a compilation for Phat Elephant Recordings

- Remix for Chet Baker together with Marlow, to be released in 2013

- currently remixing Joey Negro´s Sunburst Band

- just started to compile a new volume (6) of the highly acclaimed “Glücklich” compilation….to be released next spring…

Rainer Trueby was born in Stuttgart on 20.08.1971. He was raised in the Neckardelta, a prosperous economic region along the river Neckar. He is catholic and goes to church on christmas. His first DJ experience was in an old people’s home (Arbeiterwohlfahrt) in Stuttgart in 1990 where Rainer was the host of tuesday afternoon’s teadance, developping a feeling how to rock an elderly but open-minded crowd (65+) with classics like “Es gibt kein Bier auf Hawaii”. After having that DJing experience, Ali & Basti Tiefschwarz gave Rainer a sunday night residency @ their ON-U club in Stuttgart where the motto was “all things nice” ranging from Soul Funk Jazz to Hip Hop and Talkin Loud stuff. In 1993 Rainer met Compost head honcho Michael Reinboth. After some 12″s with A Forest Mighty Black and some compilations (“Glücklich”) he teamed up with Christian Prommer and Roland Appel to form the Trueby Trio. Some 12s, one album (“Elevator Music”), one remix album (“Retreated”) and numerous remixes followed. His club residency Root Down @ Waldsee / Freiburg is 15 years old now. He likes to play chess with Michael Reinboth. He likes a glass of wine as well. (A decent meal too.) Being flattered as an infamous Wine Connoisseur, Monsieur Trueby keeps fascinating his audience with his incredible taste of Music which he conveys in his Productions and Remixes.

Muscovite Dima Studitsky caused a little sensation with his remix for Jazzanova’s „I Can See“ which is featured by Ben Westbeech. He is also well-known for his sensitive remix works & releases on labels such as Sonar Kollektiv, King Street Sounds, Strictly Groove Sounds etc. On this special remix, Studitsky invites us in a world of warm chords, smooth patterns and a groovy baseline which definetely introduces the .istener in a sort of ecstasy. You’d better be prepared…

On the other side, the duo Session Victim delivers a great vintage touched remix here! One part Berliner, one part Hamburger, the Session Victim outfit constitutes of Hauke Freer and Matthias Reiling, and derives from over two decades of friendship built on an unyielding black wax mentality. A mentality that has seen them put out records on labels of such calibre as Delusions Of Grandeur, Permanent Vacation, Morris/Audio and Wolf Music, along with Freer’s vinyl-only label Retreat that he helms alongside fellow Berliner Quarion, garnering accolades from peers and aficionados along the way.

Sello from Düsseldorf is known for his highly acclaimed releases and remixes for Back And Forth Music, Moodmusic, Wazi Wazi, Sucre Recordings, Neovinyl Recordings. Sello surprises with his choppy downtempo version and creates a moody atmosphere…

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