Compost Black Label 105

Artist: DJ Yellow & Flowers And Sea Creatures
Title: No One Gets Left Behind (Original Mix) l As Goes The Sun(Simon Garcia’s Headhunter Remix) l No One Gets Left Behind (Konstantin Sibold Remix)
Download Bonus Tracks: As Goes The Sun (Original Mix) l No One Gets Left Behind (Tiago Fragateiro Remix) l No One Gets Left Behind (Flowers And The Sea Creatures’s Mental Beauty Remix) l No One Gets Left Behind (Guy J Remake)
Cat No: CPT 427-1
Available in our Webshop: 06.09.2013
Format: 12″ / Download

Quotes: Well I am biased but I love this – always love Graham’s voice and the music here is great
too. Good work chaps! Ewan Pearson | Konstantin’s remix for me but I smell an edit coming for this one Fred Everything | Nice! Joris Voorn | The pack is a monster!!!!!! Konstantin Sibold Remix is the one here for me but original and the other mix are also realy, raelly good! One of my favorite promos since months. Adam Port | The Original is great. Well done Alain! The Konstantin Sibold Remix is exceptional !!! Will play this. Peter Kruder | Great stuff! Sasha | Holy S… the Tiago remix is amazing! Kasper Bjørke | Amazing remix from Konstantin !!!
Daniel Bortz | Simon Garcias remix is very fresh and touching, great! Marc Romboy | Konstatin Sibold rocks… Martin Landsky | Konstantin Sibold remix ftw, really nice end of set tune, Tensnake | Great Simon Garcia remix. Luna City Express (Marco Resmann) | H.I.T. No wonder all the biggies play it already! beautiful!
Trickski | ok ok, this Sibold remix is massive! Motorcitysoul| Great remix from Konstantin Sibold!
Willie Graff | Already has been my favorite since Alain gave it to me the other day. Simon Garcia’s mix
is killing it! Satoshi Tomilie | Amazing!!! All mixes are top notch, but Konstantin Sibold blows up big time! Kiki | Konstantin’s remix really stands out. Kruse & Nuernberg | Nice Package – Strong Remixes!
Adana Twins | Nice package! André Lodemann | Tuuuuuune ! Sasse | Tiago mix is killer plus Sea Creatures plus Guy J mix!!!!!!!!! Full support from The X-Press 2 at club and on radio show “House of X-Press 2″ on Ministry radio Diesel | Ok, that’s that infamous KS remix..  d o p e !!! Till von Sein | Great tracks! Robert Owens

Info: Massive! The Konstantin Sibold Remix is already supported by Agoria, Dixon, Âme, Scuba, Kyodai,
Nuno Dos Santos, Job Jobse and a few others. The originals and the Simon Garcia remix are also top
notch. Later this year Compost Black will release another Konstantin Sibold remix of the other track „As
Goes The Sun“. Further info about artist and remixers see below.

DJ Yellow’s real name Alain Ho has been around for ages. When he met Chris (Bob Sinclar) in the early 90′s during a night out, things took a turn. They started their label Yellow Productions in 1993, to critical acclaim. An underground label at first, it was perhaps Yellow’s search for personality and his ear for quality that opened the door to a colourful palette of signings, that included artists as diverse as Dimitri From Paris, Kid Loco, Bang Bang, Joe Claussel, Salome de Bahia and of course Bob Sinclar himself, all of which have helped to shape the French sound, as it is today.

After a decade of fruitful cooperation and dedication to helping other people’s careers, Yellow finally decided to begin Poussez Music in 2003, as an outlet for his own sounds, and that of his close friends, including King Britt, Kenny Larkin, and Josh Wink, amongst others. The label has shone more than ever in 2007. Through three projects, Alienation (instrumental), Intermission (vocals) and Paule (non-dance), Yellow has created a wide canvas to push his diverse sounds and inspirations into the world.

Since then, DJ Yellow released in 2012 fews ep thought labels such like Ovum Recordings, Buzzin’Fly with “Remember the Future” that reached top 8 on Beatport Top 100 Deep House and top 15 on Top General, The esquisite Pain Records with “Into a Deep” that reached top 9 on Beatport Top 100 Deep House and top 20 on Top General, on his own label Composite Records with “Special” featuring the singer Tracy K that reached top 12 on Beatport Top 100 Deep House and Top 23 on Top General !

Watch this man, while he continues to unleash his magic, inspiring many music lovers, clubbers and artists worldwide.

Montreal’s Flowers And Sea Creatures have been building a formidable reputation since their debut EP ‘Test Pressing’ in
September 2010. Together with the follow-up ‘A.M’ in Feb 2011 and their full release album in 2011, they have been turning
some serious heads in both the electronic underground and the alt-rock overground.
They deliver a deeply atmospheric and cinematic sound – Graham Baxter’s vocals and crystalline acoustic guitars riding over
Kosta Megalos’ atmospheric synth work.
Baxter was born in Belfast and Megalos was born in Athens and both immigrated to Montreal with their respective families in
their youth. The two met in the 1990s and they started writing together and playing the local bar scene while always working
away at writing their blend of acoustic and electronic original music.
Record deals nearly came and mostly went and it was in the early 2000s that the duo began in earnest writing the
exploratory music that would become Flowers And Sea Creatures staple. Baxter had decided drop the vocals in favour of
their new instrumental direction. Ironically however, it was an instrumental track that caught the ear of Buzzin’ Fly label boss,
Ben Watt but Watt, although impressed with the music, thought the track needed a vocal. Ultimately Baxter sang on the
track leading to their signing with Buzzin’Fly.
To date the duo have collaborated with Ewan Pearson, Fred Everything, The Revenge and Ytre Rymden Dansskola.
Inspirations include Chet Baker, Bowie, Bjørk, Everything But The Girl, Giorgio Moroder, The Art of Noise, Kraftwerk, The
Cure.

Konstantin Sibold is a Stuttgart-based DJ, producer, mastering engineer and cofounder of the COMMON SENSE PEOPLE
event series. Back in 2009 he became the youngest resident DJ of the club Rocker 33 in Stuttgart, where he was asked to
play with people like Ellen Allien, Adam Beyer, Marco Carola, Josh Wink, Michael Mayer and many more.
In 2011 he became responsible for a sophisticated part of the booking for the club. Since then Konstantin Sibold and his
friend Leif Müller have been inviting acts like Soundstream, Levon Vincent, Todd Terje, Shed, Move D, Efdemin, Roman
Flügel, Redshape, Smallpeople, John Roberts, Session Victim, Christopher Rau, Moomin, Axel Boman, The Mountain
People, Sven Weisemann, Oracy and many more to their COMMON SENSE PEOPLE event series at Rocker 33. As a
result, Rocker 33 peaked in the beginning of 2012 to place #4 and #7 in the top ten list of best clubs, right behind Berghain
and Robert Johnson (Groove Magazine and De:Bug).
In 2010 his first vinyl “Neuland” was released on Salon Rosi Rec., which was founded by the same guys who were
responsible for the techno imprints Neue Heimat and Mutter in the mid 90s. Kompakt Köln was so stunned by the demo files
they’ve heard that they asked for an exclusive distribution deal for Konstantin Sibold’s release. With the support of Kompakt,
it became one of the big techno records in the Cologne scene 2010, with people like Michael Mayer and Âme playing it.
In 2011 his much-noticed classic house release “Leif” / “Mariam” followed on the french label Caramelo and reached place
#6 in the Decks house buzz charts and was and still is heavily played by acts like Move D, Soundstream, Sven Weisemann
and Lovebirds. Move D was asked in an interview for a favourite track and he answered: “Leif by Konstantin Sibold.”
In 2012 his second house release “Aleks” on Caramelo even reached place #2 in Decks house buzz charts with place #1 in
the categories Disco, Chicago House and Detroit House.
Following in June 2012 Snork Enterprises released Konstantin Sibold’s Stuttgart EP, which became the labels best selling
record up to today, with all three tracks being in the top 100 Minimal Charts. “Matze P” even reached place 8 of Beatport
minimal charts and “Nils” peak position 11. The release was charted by Joris Voorn, Steve Bug and many more and was
one of Innervisions most beloved records of the summer. Dixon & Âme even played two of Konstantin Sibold’s tracks in their
Ibiza season opening set at We Love Space 2012.
Attracting the attention of Dixon & Âme has led to his next release “Madeleine” on their Innervisions imprint, which will be
followed by the “Aristoteles” release on also Berlin based Mojuba and then later in 2013 to Konstantin Sibold’s Remix of
Jazzanova “I Can See” which will be licensed by Dennis Ferrer from Universal Music for his New York based label
Objektivity.

Born in late ’70s, Simon Garcia grew up listening legendary bands such as Depeche Mode, New Order or Kraftwerk, but
also enjoying genres like Blaxploited Funk, Latin-Rock, Rare Disco, ’90s House or Acid-Jazz, among many other things. A
musical bagage that later would found an artistic point in common on himself.
Nowadays, Simon has seen his works released on labels such as Poker Flat, Supplement Facts, Perspectiv, Dieb Audio,
OM Records, Cécille, or Composite among other high-profile labels, either with his real name or his aliases Kornelius or
Larakki, releasing original tracks or remixing for the likes of DJ Yellow, Sasse, Matthias Vogt (from Motorcitysoul), Lee
Burrdige, Tomoki Tamura, Wagon Cookin’ and others. His genuine, timeless, personal, hypnotic and futuristic sound is
already getting support for the likes of many of the most respected worldwide tastemakers: Laurent Garnier, Seth Troxler,
D’Julz or Deetron, who recently remixed the latest Simon’s release on the Ripperton’s Perspectiv label, and of course Guy
Gerber and Steve Bug, who with Simon has edited several releases on their own Supplement Facts and Poker Flat labels. A
kind of sound that led him to get invited from the world’s leading sound-designing brand Loopmasters to join their prestigious
Artist Series collection. The library got an extraordinary response, and in soon he will start his very own collection ‘Simon
Garcia’s Hypnotic Vibes’.
2013 looks definitely bright for Simon: remixes on labels like AMAM, Surface or Catz ‘N Dogz’s Pets Recordings, from where
he will also release a new original one included on the ‘Friends Will Carry You Home Too’ alongside Eats Everything, Till
Von Sein, Dave Aju, El_Txef_A or Catz ‘N Dogz themselves. Besides this, he will release his much anticipated debut album
‘The Placebo Overdose’ on Poker Flat.
With a constant tour schedule having performed in cities such as London, San Francisco, Tokyo, Glasgow, Barcelona,
Malta, New York or Mexico DF, to name just a few, he’s also the resident dj & host of one of the main House / Techno
clubnights in Madrid, MOTEL Club, bringing guests such as Matthew Dear, Radio Slave, Catz ‘N Dogz, Âme, Konrad Black,
KiNK, Mark Henning, Sasse, DJ Yellow and more international acts, becoming a must place for clubbers in the capitol’s
nightlife.

Israeli producer Guy J has established himself as one of the most sophisticated and emotive producers in electronic music
of the last decade, with a body of work and a sphere of influence that belies relatively short time in the spotlight. Whether it
be his sensual, hypnotic take on house music, his deeply textured techno or his wondrous ambient material, his work is
always touched with a magic and emotion that few rival. Guy started producing at the age of 14, his first release came at the
age of 21, but it was his 2007’s gem Save Me that proved to be his real launchpad. John Digweed snapped up the
glistening, dramatic slice of deeper house music up for his legendary Bedrock Records, setting in motion a chain of events
that would change his life forever. His debut album Esperanza gained plaudits in 2008 with its classy, ethereal blend of
progressive house, techno, electro and electronica, while the follow-up 1000 Words went deeper still over two discs of
expansive soundscapes and intricate dancefloor explorations. Never one to be pigeonholed, his portfolio is a diverse beast,
with releases finding their way onto Tiga’s increasingly eclectic Turbo imprint amongst others. To feature on two labels that
are essentially synonymous with two very different scenes is testament to his versatility, and above all, the quality and
conviction of his productions. 2012 sees Guy kick off an exciting new project with his close colleagues and friends at
Bedrock: his very own imprint “Lost & Found”, a sub-label for John Digweed’s long running mothership where he’ll release
music by himself and his favourite producers. Then there’s the small matter of a release on Cocoon, one of the most highly
regarded labels in techno and beyond, and some exciting collaborations in the pipeline with some other inspiring artists. As
always with this unique talent, it’s quality, not quantity. Each of his releases is met with a swell of anticipation, and for once
in this often over-hyped world, it’s fully justified.

Tiago Fragateiro started his career 15 years ago, as manager and music director in the best clubs in Porto, always
promoting and pushing the upcoming fresh, national and international, artists. He jumped to the booth around the year 1998,
but took it more seriously like 5 or 6 years ago, when begun to be requested for the best portuguese clubs.
Next step, and the most important one, was the professional connection with his “old” friend Alain Ho, also known as DJ
Yellow, when the idea of working together as Mindz Kontrol Ultra came up. This fusion with his number one reference in
music, helped push things in a deeper, minimal and stripped back classic house direction in a proper clubbing way.
Composite Records was next! Alain and Tiago’s young label, Composite Records, became the platform of their work and
where you can find the fusion of the experience and knowledge like King Britt, Dubfire or Djul’z, with the fresh blood, full of
healthy irreverence as Till Von Sein, Varoslav, James Teej, Daniel Kyo, Simon Garcia or Alex James. After the first release
at Dieb Audio, Tiago released (also as MKU) his next 3 Eps at Composite, but soon capture the attention of other labels like
Ovum Recordings, Freerange Records and Plastic City (album). In that hot summer of 2009, he got “Fubu” from his 4
released, featured at the 10 Years Cocoon Ibiza compilation, for Cocoon Records, by invitation of Locodice, “Sleep with me”
(Josh Wink Edit) at Space Ibiza Compilation for Cr2 Records and “Space soon to vanish” for Global Underground, just to
name a few.
End of September 2010 is time to receive Tiago’s solo debut Ep “Face” (Composite), with remixes of My Favorite Robot and
Michael J Collins, greatly supported by James Teej, Manik, Art Department, Phonogenic, Till Von Sein, Roland Appel,
Roberto Rodriguez and many others…
Tiago’s second solo work called “Lovefool”, alongside Tracey K with remixes of Alain Ho and Jay Shepheard comes around
June, ready to be one of summer anthems, and reaching 40th position at Beatport’s Deep House 100 Chart. A couple of
months later and his last release, “Special”, a track build with Dj Yellow and vocals by Tracey K, featured at Composite’s VA
Compilation, got huge support around the world as Maya Jane Coles, Steve Bug, Cera Alba, Guy J, Chez Damier among
many others and reaching top 13 of Beatport’s Deep House Chart. More to come soon.

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