Qube Release Magnat's Latest, 'Paul Oakenfold' Producer Live In London, 2 New Angry Young Women
Friday, September 7, 2001German trance/ techno maestro Michael Kohlbecker, who made his name via Jam El Mar and later Sven Vath's Harthouse label as Eternal Basement, releases his 4th single as Magnat on Mike Maguire's Qube Records shortly. Everybody Starts/ Say Yes are two progressive cuts, with Say Yes, pumping along at an acid house friendly tempo of 125 bpms. Released on 24th September, it precedes Magnat's debut album which is set to follow it up in October.
Certificate 18 Electronic Projects' Pilote plays a rare London show on
Sunday September 30th. The free show takes place at Monkey Chews, in Chalk Farm (Camden) from 8pm. Pilote's best known record to date was his intelligently titled electronica single 'Paul Oakenfold'. Certificate 18 also release a new label compilation mix CD by Doc Scott shortly. Hidden Rooms Volume 3 is a predominantly drum & bass collection featuring tracks from Klute, Teebee, Polar and Mainline.
Paul Oakenfold's label Perfecto release a girl-power tinged trance record shortly from self confessed angry young women Konkrete. 'Law Unto Myself' is the first musical fruit from Miss Rock and Electro Kid K who apparently met at Pushka in 1993 and discovered a mutual contempt for men. 'Our relationships never last more than a couple of weeks cause the blokes can't keep up with us and they're always like 'can't we stay in tonight and just watch a video and get a pizza-," Miss Rock said this week. "So then we have to get rid of them." Mixes are provided by John '00' Fleming; Law Unto Myself is out on Monday September 10th (UK)
Kayo (featuring Irie) releases a new track on Monday called the Preacher, which comes out on Sounds Unique in the UK. While former session singer Irie manages to sound a little like Seal, the track is otherwise unexceptional, sitting somewhere between the terrace at Ibiza Space and the second hand record shop.