Submitted by Carl Loben on Wed, 02/05/2014 - 17:32
For many years French techno legend Garnier released on F Communications (F-Comm), the label he ran with Eric Morand. Most of his classics tracks such as 'The Man With The Red Face' and albums like '30' and 'Unreasonable Behaviour' came out on F-Comm, but when the label shut up shop in 2008 Garnier was left without a permanent home for his recorded output.
Submitted by Joe Roberts on Wed, 11/06/2013 - 15:08
Modern house stars seem predisposed to wearing black, looking a bit moody and wearing eye liner. So it was only a matter of time before someone did a cover of goth rockers, The Cure, who headlined Bestival in 2011.
Leicester duo Claire and Leon, aka Him_Self_Her, proved that two are better than one when their 2012 single 'Gone Too Long' got the support of both Pete Tong – as his Essential New Tune – and Jaime Jones, who played it at the closing of Paradise. Never far away from the action, Damian Lazarus has since signed the pair to Crosstown Rebels meaning imminent success beckons, with a single and album on the way.
Submitted by Ben Arnold on Mon, 04/15/2013 - 11:25
Damian Lazarus is the leader of Crosstown Rebels — not just a label, but a globe-trotting party and network of like minded artists. Celebrating 10 fiercely independent years of always innovative house and techno in 2013, the Lazarus man opens up about his path to dancefloor domination
Submitted by Carl Loben on Mon, 04/01/2013 - 12:23
Part of Crosstown Rebels' current domination of the underground dance market (an agency he’s signed with, by the way), Tone Of Arc’s live bass-slapping, microphone-heavy, rock n’ roll-like performances result in a very unique and refreshing twist on modern-day deep house and disco.
In light of this Crosstown Rebels are set to release their latest instalment in the 'Rebel Rave' series. 'Rebel Rave 3' mixed by Subb-an is due on Tuesday 19th March and marks the tenth anniversary of Crosstown Rebels.