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    James Harcourt - Soliloquy / Sisterhood

    For our third release of 2016, and our 60th release overall - it's a 2-track James Harcourt techno E.P featuring a couple of tracks used on the latest Twisted Frequency podcast. Track one here is 'Soliloquy' - tight, energetic drums lay the backdrop for the a brooding bassline and growing set of interweaving synths, pads, strings and vocal harmonies which groove throughout. Track two is 'Sisterhood' - a track which pairs relentless, pulsating techno beats and bass with sensitivity, melody and emotion in the synths and pads.
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    Luke Mandala - Free / Closer To You

    For our second release of 2016, we are very happy indeed to introduce another new artist to the roster. Seattle's Luke Mandala brings his warm, melodic sound in the form of a 2 track E.P. With previous releases on Dave Seaman's Selador imprint, the innovative and forward-thinking Traum and a host of other stalwart labels to the scene Luke is an established name and a genuinely inspired artist who has featured in the playlists of many fantastic DJ's over the years. Check out his new Twisted Frequency E.P.
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    Twisted Frequencies Volume 7

    Twisted Frequency presents the 7th in the successful Twisted Frequencies series - but with a slight twist. This time most of the tracks (8 of the 12) are completely new and exclusive. As always, the compilation showcases the spectrum of house, progressive and techno championed by Twisted Frequency and looks to our roster of artists to provide the all important soundtrack, whilst introducing a new artist or two to the fold in the process. All tracks are available in a DJ friendly single track format and part of a carefully crafted continuous mix. Check out the exclusive minimix preview here.
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    Reality Check E.P

    James Harcourt with a 3rd E.P release in 2015, this time with a 3 tracker covering different styles in the tech and progressive arena. Title track 'Reality Check' is bass driven house music with groove, funk and melody, 'Lullaby' is a haunting journey built around detailed percussions and pads, a flat bassline and a twisted vocal. The final track 'Monster' gives melody a break and is a higher energy track with some extreme processing aimed squarely at the tougher techno dancefloors.
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    Omni - Human

    Montreal's Omni has been involved in electronic music for around 15 years, first as a DJ, then as a producer and finally as co-owner of Tasty Bytes Records. Omni's sound fuses his influences from electro and techno - and here he brings us a slice of this goodness. Ukraine's minimal techno expert Digo brings his trademark sound and creates a techno banger for the clubs. Fellow Canadian duo Les Limaces bring a wonderfully produced tech prog version - while James Harcourt brings a slightly deeper take on the track.
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    James Harcourt - Resurrection E.P

    For the 4th release of 2015, Twisted Frequency brings James Harcourt's 2nd original release of the year - a diverse four-track E.P which moves in various zones between the accepted genres. Look no further for big drums, big percussion, rolling grooves, emotion, resonant drones, an abused vocals or dreamy melodies.
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    Ian Ossia - Acceptance

    The latest addition to the Twisted Frequency roster is a legend of the UK progressive house scene. We snapped up 'Acceptance' for Twisted and - as Ian's first release in many years - it is a something of a pivotal moment. The original is classic Ossia - house music, with an upbeat progressive feel, sounds crafted and mixed with the same expert attention to detail as Ian's DJ mixes. On the remix, James Harcourt takes the main themes and works them into dark, brooding, moody techno - adding strings for a slight emotional shift.
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    The Cats

    TF debutants Tesla & Plastic Robots bring the floor-filling techno for 2015. Tesla's progressive approach has inspired a string of successful releases on heavyweight techno labels like Stereo Seven Plus, Neurotraxx and 1605 - and with "The Cats", brings his trademark powerful yet minimal percussive techno which shifts gear unrelentingly, with piercing synths and a menacing bassline. James Harcourt takes the core elements of the track and works them into a melodic masterpiece, shimmering and grooving in equal measures.

News

Posted on 14 Feb 2016

Podcast #10 - James Harcourt

Episode 10 features an exclusive 2 hour (and a bit!) mix from James Harcourt showcasing fresh new music from the label, also new original and collaborative ...

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Posted on 30 May 2015

Podcast #9 - Michael Manahan

Michael Manahan has been working in the Underground Arts and Music Culture for over 20 years. Residing in Seattle, Washington, Michael is a prolific DJ and ...

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Posted on 11 Mar 2015

Nutation signed to Ministry Compilation

James Harcourt's 'Nutation' - from TF053 - has been snapped up for Ministry of Sound's next compilation CD, due out on 6th April. Needless to ...

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Posted on 02 Mar 2015

Evolve Compilation on Iboga

We are pleased to say that TF052 - James Harcourt's "Take Me Down In The Name Of Love" has been picked for a compilation on Iboga ...

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Posted on 19 May 2014

Music For The Weak & The Wounded

It is over ten years since James Harcourt first sat at a cheap computer in a tiny flat in Deptford to record his first track, during ...

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Posted on 14 Apr 2014

Twisted Frequencies Volume 6

Techno and Progressive music has evolved a whole lot since the inception of Twisted Frequency recordings back in 2006 and whilst the ethos of the label ...

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Posted on 31 Mar 2014

FM Radio Gods - Mosquito

Canadian duo FM Radio Gods join Twisted Frequency with a debut release which moves into the beefier realms of outdoor techno. Acid squelches and chunky ...

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Posted on 9 Mar 2014

Victor Ruiz E.P on Twisted

Twisted Frequency welcomes Brazil's Victor Ruiz back for his first original work for Twisted, following his very successul remix of James Harcourt's 'Neutron' in 2010. ...

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