Martsman/Cartridge - CI007 - June 11th
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PROMO RELEASE DATE : May 2007
FULL RELEASE DATE: June 11th 2007


Another set of debuts for the label, CI007 brings you German funkster Martsman and renegade beatmaster turned rockstar Cartridge from Canada…

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Side C:
- Click for audio preview (MP3)

German Newcomer Martin Heinze aka Martsman got into Drum & Bass around the end of the 90s. Artists like Alpha Omega, 4hero, Sonar Circle and Squarepusher had a formative influence on him during the first years and after witnessing a Paradox live set in 2001, his ever growing interest in Drum & Bass evolved to the point where he began to produce his own music.

With his affection for prominent basslines and stumbling breaks in combination with glitchy edits and bleepy minimalism, Martsman has developed a unique musical style which extends the current perception of Drum & Bass.

His vinyl debut in 2005 on New York based Offshore Recordings as well as digital releases on net-labels Exegene and Plainaudio have received recognition from all over the Leftfield scene.

His debut 'Antifunk' on Counter Intelligence features his distinct flavour of Drum & Bass and at the same time reminisces the glory days of the Bristolian label Full Cycle.
Jump funk for the New Golden Age of Drum & Bass!!

Keep an eye out for forthcoming Martsman material here on Counter Intelligence and on Offshore, Breakin and AlphaCut.
Details of all his latest releases can be found by checking http://www.martsman.de


Side I:
- Click for audio preview (MP3)

The enfant terrible of the drum'n'bass scene, Scott Koladich a.k.a. Cartridge, would have been a glamrocker had he lived before his time.
He steps up to the plate with the masterful 'Just Let Go', which was produced 5 years ago according to Scott himself.

The tune has everything befitting a (timeless) future classic-to-be: a hypnotizing vocal hookline, a tough B-boy-weight rolling breakbeat workout and a throbbing pulsating bassline propelling the tune ever forward into the breakdown where layers of trance-inspired pads introduce the second coming and together with the unrelenting vocal line lift the tune to it's climactic apotheosis.

Cartridge has officially quit Drum & Bass, as Scott has claimed several times over the last few years, but his gems keep (re)surfacing, so you never know what to expect in the future.
Do check out his band, Lazersnake, at http://www.myspace.com/lazrsnake for a healthy dosage of "new-wave post-pop".
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Falcon release Falcon
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loving the cartridge thang!

peace
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//www.inperspectiverecords.com/
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#4

Been caning "Antifunk" for a long time now - looking forward to this full release Cool
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#5

Icon_yippee

boogie!
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#6

f'n hell, i want anything martsman makes, big fan and as for cartridge, shit i been ur shit for a minute now, biggup john and this hot release, can;t wait to can it arghh
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#7

this is gonna be a classic!

brilliant release... Falcon
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Are promos gonna be art copies without the sleeve as usual ?
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#9

oh yes. ooooh yes.

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dx266net Wrote:Are promos gonna be art copies without the sleeve as usual ?

yessir!

promos will be with label artwork in a white discobag.

full release will be with label artwork in our artwork sleeve.


After the labels got a new creative impulse starting with CI007, the sleeve will also get a new design after the current stock runs out with this and the next release (CI00Cool.
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awesome release!!

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jeebus Lol
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#14

@ cycom-your smilies are destroying me today Hahaha

teh hawtness this release is!
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#15

woah! solid release Wink
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cycom on the Terry Gilliam animation tip Cool

great tunes. big fedex to all involved.
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#18

nice Grin
Fushara
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sileni Wrote:cycom on the Terry Gilliam animation tip Cool

[Image: yes.gif] although Marsman's head is more of a Southpark type Smile
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southpark = terry gilliam cartoons without terry gilliam though innit Xyxthumbs

big release
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ufo_over_easy Wrote:southpark = terry gilliam cartoons without terry gilliam though innit Xyxthumbs

well, yes.
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back on topic!!

john doe Wrote:[Image: 1176373219Labelontwerp_CI007_proefje.jpg]

stunning release Applause



Quote:New Golden Age of Drum & Bass!!

Homerdrool
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Xyxthumbs

have put a front page post on londondnb about it :d
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wilshy Wrote:Xyxthumbs

have put a front page post on londondnb about it :d

there's a broken picture in front of the "read full post" link.

good stuff nonetheless Xyxthumbs
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Oooooooo. Teef
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