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CENTRIC 008 | 2009-08-10  
Centric Music follow up their last outing with a sampler for their first compilation, which will appear as a double CD later this year. This is the eighth release on the label and it features original material by Dazzle Drums, Wipe The Needle and Stephen Rigmaiden. As ever, the motto is still �no fillers�, with the three musical outfits present here supplying quality tracks that will rock a variety of floors.

Centric Music is now a home from home for the Japanese husband and wife duo of Dazzle Drums. Kei and Nagi Sugano have released singles on the label in the shape of Elem and Night Heron, alongside remixing DunnEasy�s Rise Up in fine style. As ever, Dazzle Drums bring another deep effort to the table. When not recording for Centric, you can find the duo recording for labels such as King Street and DJing separately at various spots in Japan.

Wipe The Needle is a London based outfit consisting of Swede Mikael Nybom and Londoner Lee Gomez, who create powerful house music in various flavours. They have released music on labels such as Soundmen on Wax, Slip�n�Slide, Deeply Rooted House, GAMM and Raw Fusion. Keen to work with guest vocalists and musicians, they�ve shared studio time with the likes of Aaron Phiri, Nick Van Gelder, Foremost Poets and Ernesto. Take �em Up represents their first production on Centric Music, after previously remixing Bruno Banner�s Champions.

Bay Area based Stephen Rigmaiden brings his Californian take on house to the table. He runs Soso Deep and has been responsible for a slew of cuts and remixes on imprints such as Jellybean Soul, Chez, City Deep and Ocha. This is also his debut solo track for Centric, but Rigmaiden was also responsible for a hypnotic remix of DunnEasy�s Rise Up, the sixth release on the label.

This package shows the strength and depth of three musical outfits associated with Centric Music. Except the full compilation to drop later on this year.

Circle is a monstrous dancefloor track, where a cheeky key sample holds the power. Heavy drums and a moody bassline also play their part on this surefire winner.

Take �em Up is an insistent effort from WTN. It features acidic keys, dark synth work and sturdy percussion.

Objekt 5 is a deep and brooding number, which will draw in dancers and keep them hooked. Layered percussion, a fizzing bassline and lost vocal fragments prove their worth on this satisfying cut.

Early promo support from � Conan Manchester,Dj Rork, Laurent Garnier, Ed Dunn & Craig Bartlett, Lars Behrenroth, Henri Kohn


Lars Behrenroth : pure fat deep and dark house.
Dazzle Drums got me spinning in a loop. BEST use of the sample since Cricco Castelli! Mad cool
Stephen's and Wipe The Needle will also get some use in the early am!
Super EP�

Ed Dunn (dunnEASY) : Centric Music does it again!!!! The Dazzle Drum duo rocked it, loving all the mixes. Of course my favorite is the S. Rigmaiden mix, I love the vibe of the track. This is a peak time winner, a must have track!!!! Kudos again to the Centric Music Crew!!!!

Thanks for this, my favourite track goes to : Stephen Rigmaiden
Very deeeeep atmosphere, I like the old drums and this moody vibe...
Full support. good for my hot people.

Bodytonic : All three tracks are absolute winners with the Dazzle Drums tune and the Wipe The Needle track working really well for me.

FaizeMusic : I�m loving the Dazzle Drums Circle Main Mix� real nice chunky track, loads going on in it very impactful track

Conan Manchester : Nice package.Dazzle Drums is the one for me.

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