Prommer & Barck – Friends At Work EP (Remixes)

Artist: Prommer & Barck
Title: Friends At Work EP Remixes
Cat No: DERWIN 009-3
Format: Download

Luke Solomion’s remix is great! Axel Boman | Very nice! Mario Basanov | Really like this ep — will play for sure. Laurent Garnier | Nice set of remixes. Liking Luke’s Relief vibe as well Skwerl Mix. Fred Everything | Nice remix from Luke, was expecting some acidic stuff, and then this sweet stuff. Tensnake | Luke’s remix of The Machine is great – yet another superb version – I don’t have to take it out of the wallet for months now! Like the Model remix of Everything a lot too. Ewan Pearson | Excellent! Simon Garcia | Everything (Skwerl Remix) is great! Danny Krivit | Dope deep sounds here with the Skwerl Mix. Perfect for the deeper dance floors. Classic vibe. Mark Farina | Another ace Luke Solomon remix and also gonna be playing the wonderfully deep skwerl mix of Everything. Stuart Patterson | All about the . . . →

Bet.e & Stef – It’s All Right Radio Single

Artist: Bet.e & Stef
Title: It’s All Right Radio Single
Cat No: CPT 442-3
Format: Download

Info: Bet.e & Stef took the country by storm over a decade ago with their pop meets jazz, bossa-nova and latin stylings. Remarkably, they earned a Gold record in Canada with their self-released first album, “Jazz Bossa Nova”. A deal with Japan’s Toshiba-EMI soon followed, along with interest from every major record label in Canada. This JUNO-nominated duo from Montréal, Québec chose to partner with Universal Music Canada, achieving Platinum with their second album, “Day By Day.” Both milestones were even more remarkable given their global, multilingual sound was a far cry from the pop music du jour.

Numerous sold-out performances at the Montreal International Jazz Festival earned them critical acclaim that took them beyond borders. Radio success in Québec, across Canada, and in Japan followed with their hit singles ”Day By Day” and ”It’s All Right” spending weeks at the top of the charts. In 2003, Bet.e and Stef . . . →

Compost Black Label 104

Artist: Beanfield feat. Marzenka
Title: Alone l Bring Me Love
Cat No: CPT 426-1
Format: 12″ / Download

Quotes: Loooove beanfield!! Great new EP!! Joris Voorn | Always loved Beanfield, thx Fred Everything| Alone is great – right on for the darkness… Ewan Pearson | YES!…. Beanfield always delivers. A beautiful piece of music! King Britt | I like Bring Your Love Danny Krivit | very sexy ep Timo Garcia | The instrumental version of Alone is the one for me. Luna City Express / Marco Resmann | Alone is such a beautiful song! Idyllic spaces! Luca Bacchetti | great tracks! Makossa |
Nice to see Beanfield releasing stuff again ! Both tracks are very good ! Llorca / Art Of Tones | nice one, will try out
Alexander Maier | Nice One Adana Twins | nice groove! Alle Farben |
Fantastic!! So Fresh! Hector Romero | classic sound here . I love the fact that that beanfield is back! Yeah!
Trickski . . . →

Compost Experimental Selection Vol. 2

Artist: V.A.
Title: Compost Experimental Selection Vol. 2 – Fiasko – More Leftfield Tracks – compiled & mixed by Rupert & Mennert
Cat No: CPT 428-3
Format: Download

Info: After one and a half decade and more than 400 releases, Compost Records bundles some of their finest tunes as Various Artists digital download compilation albums. The variety and full spectrum of Compost’s repertoire has never or rarely been presented in form of a musical genre compilation. These releases will be compiled or DJ-mixed by Compost’s artists and are available as digital downloads, except in some rare cases very very limited as 500 CDs.

Compost Records and Rupert & Mennert are more than proud to present another selection of experimental tracks from the rich history of the label. Here are ten tracks that will take you from the early beginnings in the 90s to the mid 00s.

Rupert & Mennert have a thing for experimentalism. Mid 90s they were hugely influenced by all the great . . . →

CBLS 216 – Compost Black Label Sessions Radio hosted by SHOW-B & Thomas Herb

Hey lovely people,

another hot and sunny summer week and time to deliver our new show!
Starting out smoothly we go into a little more ruff direction with a slight old school twist – hope you like!



CBLS 216 – Tracklisting:

01. Sasse – Flushing Meadows – STBB
02. Mario Basanov – Slip Away (SHOW-B Remix) – Mood Music
03. Mr. V – Jus Dance (Cosmic Ritual Dub) – Vega
04. Heitzberg Theorem – Gamma Waves Taste Nice – Compost Black
05. Jesse Perez – Interracial Booty Calls – Jackathon Jams
06. The Bucketheads – The Bomb (Bonus Beats) – Henry Street
07. Boo Williams – Fear God (I Will Sing To The Lord) – Formaldehyd
08. WK7 – Higher Power (Hardcorde Pck Mix) – Power House
09. Smallpeople – Ninja Restaurant – Running Back
10. Eddy Amador – House Music . . . →

CBLS 214 – Compost Black Label Sessions Radio hosted by SHOW-B & Thomas Herb


thank god that good dance music is a neverending source – so we were in the mix again – here’s the new show CBLS 214 – hope you and your listeners like it!

Have a good week people,

Thomas Herb & SHOW-B



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Mi. 14.08.2013 Compost Presents w/ Mario Basanov, Kostantin Sibold & Thomas Herb


Date: Mi. 14.08.2013 l BOB BEAMAN l Munich

Info: Was haben wir freudig und gespannt hingefiebert auf das nächste Date mit dem COMPOST RECORDS Label – am Tag vor Himmelfahrt ist es endlich wieder soweit und es stehen mit MARIO BASANOV, KONSTANTIN SIBOLD und THOMAS HERB drei erstklassige DJs an den Decks – wer bitte will da noch in die Sommerfrische?

Betrachtet man die letzten beiden Jahre im House- und Technozirkus, zählt Mario Basanov ohne Zweifel zu den ganz großen Aufsteigern! Erst kürzlich erschien mit Slip Away einer der schönsten Songs aus Basanov’s letztjährigem Debutalbum Journey via Sasse’s Mood Music Imprint – ein absoluter Freiluftknaller der trotz sommerlicher Temperaturen eine Gänsehaut zaubert! Etwas darker, mit unwiederstehlichem Groove und eindeutig für den Club gemacht, kommt Mario’s neusetes Release, die Bill EP auf NeedWant daher. Insbesondere der Track Tor hat es uns hier angetan – ein Pantydropper vom . . . →