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Артист: VA Название: Pure Intec 2 (Compiled And Mixed By Carl Cox And Jon Rundell) Жанр: Techno Год выхода: 2013 Label: Intec/PID 01 О музыке:
A musical ambassador since he was in short trousers, a professional DJ since his early teens, a veteran of acid house and a champion
of techno – you name it, Carl's been there and done it, never losing sight of his passions – playing music, breaking tunes, spreading love
and celebrating life.
2010 was another phenomenally busy year for Carl. He launched Intec Digital, the digital return of his seminal Intec Records, with exclusive releases
from some of the biggest names in techno. He also launched his first ever iPhone App, giving fans the opportunity to get all the latest news, tour
dates, exclusive photos, videos and new music at the touch of a button, whilst also providing direct access to Carl’s record breaking Global radio
show, which now reaches over 12 million listeners worldwide. He also released his first ever Global Underground album, ‘Black Rock Desert,’ put
the finishing touches to his new artist album, due next year, played in venues across the USA, South America, Europe, the Far East, and Australia, and
enjoyed his most successful Ibiza season to date, with the Revolution Continues, his 9th consecutive year at Space.
It was at the tender age of 15, that Carl was given a set of turntables and began working as a mobile DJ. Disco was the first music that captivated
him but by the early 80s Cox had moved on to playing the same music as other young London DJs – rare groove, New York hip-hop and electro. He was
perfectly placed to hear Chicago house music in its earliest forms, and when the epic 'Acid Trax' by Phuture (a.k.a. DJ Pierre) came out in
early '87. “It was then that I thought, 'This is it,’ says Carl. “I would do my parties, and I'd play old rare groove and hip hop
and soul and I would say 'Right you've got to hear this Phuture track’ and people would just stop. It's funny because all the people
who thought I had freaked out then are the people who are making the music now."
As a founder of the sound, Carl rode the exploding British rave scene. He played the opening night of Danny Rampling's legendary Shoom,
co-promoted The Project with Paul Oakenfold, held a residency at the Zap Club in Brighton and at the Sunrise rave in 1988, hooked up a third turntable
for his dawn-breaking set, got 15,000 kids back on their feet, and established a personal rep for three-deck wizardry.
The next step was to make music, and Carl's 1991 debut single for Paul Oakenfold's Perfecto label, 'I Want You,' gave him a top 30
hit and a Top of the Pops appearance. Two more singles also made the charts. But Carl was a reluctant pop star and as the masses moved onto fluffy
house and trance, and the hardcore d jungle, Cox retreated into the club world that had nurtured him and instead embraced the underground sounds of
techno. "Techno drives home somewhere," he says of his core music. "It takes you to an element of surprise, not knowing where you're going.
It's scary but wonderful at the same time."
Carl’s classic releases include his 1995 mix CD, 'F.A.C.T,' which became a techno benchmark, selling over 250,000 copies, and the 1996 EP
'Two Paintings and a Drum,' which again broke the British top 30. Alongside Carl’s ‘Ultimate Music Management’ company, which counted
Josh Wink and Laurent Garnier among 27 clients, there was the Ultimatum record label, for which Carl recorded his third top 30 UK single,
'Sensual Sophis-ti-cat.' In 2005, Carl’s third album, ‘The Second Sign’ caused a stir across Europe and reached number 3 in Spain’s
national chart. Also gaining critical acclaim was speaker freaker ‘Dirty Bass,’ a collaboration with Christian Smith, and the funky ‘Give Me
Your Love’, both released on 23rd Century Records, an outlet for his own burgeoning production output.
Carl formed his own label, Intec Records, in 1999, scoring a series of underground hits and enjoying eight years at the forefront of electronic music,
before its closure in 2006. Since then Carl has never stopped receiving new music from budding DJs, and with the new digital world making record
labels more economical to run, Carl decided to re-launch Intec at the start of 2010. It’s been a triumphant return, thanks to exclusives from
Yousef, Carlo Lio, Jim Rivers, Jon Rundell and Umek: “The label couldn’t be going better,” says Carl. “It’s great to be back at the helm
discovering underground DJs.”
Intec Digital will also be the home of Carl’s much-anticipated new artist album, ‘All Roads Lead to the Dancefloor,’ due 2011. “It’s the
most forward-thinking album I’ve ever made,” promises Carl. “I’ve missed making music and I’m really looking forward to finally getting it
out there, especially as it’s coming out on Intec.” On top of this, there are plans to follow the already successful Intec live shows, with a full
Intec world tour, featuring Carl and his label’s artists, details to be announced.
Summer 2011 will mark a landmark anniversary of Carl’s now legendary Ibiza residency, as Carl Cox and Safehouse Management celebrate an astounding
10th consecutive year at Space. Marking a change in direction from traditional Ibiza parties, Carl and his Space revolution has always been acclaimed
for its adventurous and forward-thinking line-ups, musical direction and state of the art production. This, along with Carl’s highly involved and
passionate role as promoter, programmer and host, is why each year has seen a growth and progression from the last, both in terms of quality and size,
with 2010’s The Revolution Continues being one of their most successful seasons yet. “We had a successful night because we just batten down the
hatches and stick to what we do best, which is give value for money,” explains Carl. “People came back to us, as they’re big believers in our
brand. Also Space is a great club, they’ve spent a lot of money on it, and it’s just getting better and better. We had a phenomenal year and I
promise 2011 is going to be even better.”
All this and still Carl’s ‘Global’ radio show is breaking records, now reaching over 12-million listeners worldwide and syndicated across 60
terrestrial FM, Satellite and DAB stations throughout 35 countries, making him one of the most important broadcasters on the planet.
With this, his iPhone App, Intec Digital, Ibiza 2011, and his highly anticipated new longplayer, Carl shows no signs of slowing down. “After the
Ibiza seasons, after the festivals I’ve done, after my own events, albums and remixing,” says Carl, “the story still continues in a massive way
– there’s so much more still to come.”
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Jon has never been a follower. Very much his own man, he has never being swayed by trends or fashions. Preferring instead to
challenge and ask questions of what’s going on around him, Jon’s output has remained unique and interesting right from the start. Experimental at
times, but always matured and versatile, he has remained a highly consistent producer and DJ.
Throughout his career, people have gradually begun to come around to his ever-evolving sound despite the fact that typically, he hasn’t changed his
ideals throughout. A few of the production techniques have changed along the way and the quality has enhanced but it has all been carried out with the
same intent. Constantly adapting and evolving, Jon has never been afraid of experimenting and bounces off ideas as he looks to make music sealed with
a stamp entirely of his own. That tireless work has paid dividends, particularly since the latter part of 2008 which has really seen a turn in Jon’s
career. Intec founder Carl Cox has always been a staunch purveyor and strong supporter of both Jon’s production work and DJ ability, but his appeal
has since reached a wider range of people. Jon’s music has always been heavily supported but more recently, it is being hammered by stalwarts of the
scene from Richie Hawtin, Ben Sims, Loco Dice, Adam Beyer and Nic Fancuilli to Joris Vorn.
Releases on Intec, Pornographic, Suara, MB Elektronics and Rawthentic, Jon’s continues to put releases out on his own Etch label. Every EP has gone
Top20. The label is the result of a pure desire to get his music out there and push the tracks that he truly believes in. The defining moment for his
releases has to be in the summer of 2011 though when Jon’s Intec release ‘Knick Knack’ knocked the Mark Knight remix of Florence The
Machine’s cover of You Got The Love off the coveted No1 spot for 6 weeks.
Remix requests allude to Jon’s broad appeal, with a Moby remix completed for his remix album, equally impressive remixes for Carl Cox’s album and
for Paul van Dyk’s ‘In Between’ album followed. Jon has even turned in a Latin Gilles Peterson remix. His other remixes have appeared on the
likes Bush, for whom Jon’s remix of “Man Alive” by Devilfish helped the track reach the No1 spot in Beatport’s Techno chart for a massive 6
weeks and a No2 in the main chart.
Jon’s DJ sets have always won him great acclaim. From his previous Sunday afternoon residency at The End in London to headline sets across the
globe, Jon has always understood how to play to people properly. A highly adjustable and adaptable DJ, he displays an astute awareness of how to get
the crowd going, reacting and responding to the atmosphere by playing key records at the right time to pick the crowd up or take them down again.
Having already toured Europe extensively, last year saw Jon being invited to many places for the first time. Equally at home in more intimate venues
as he is in large main rooms, Jon has performed at Matter in London, Koko, Air, Sankeys, Privilege and Space in Ibiza , Guvernment in Toronto,
LeShowcase in Paris, Fabrik in Madrid, F135 in Fraga and Cielo in New York in addition to tours of the US and Australia. His festival appearances
include Global Gathering, Dancevalley, Big Day Out, Future Music Festival, Ultra Music Festival, Sonar, Creamfields, South West Four, EH1, Zurich’s
Street Parade and Belgium’s huge Tommorowlands, in addition to a mini residency at Space in Ibiza. Its also for this very reason that Carl joined
Jon for a back to back session at the infamous Warung in Brazil in 2011 and asked him to close his own Space night on a Tuesday for 4 hours, something
no other DJ has ever done.
This year Jon will launch the Intec residency in London that also brings with it the mixing of the Pure Intec 2 compilation alongside Carl Cox. Set
for launch in April it sees the start of many a night back in the capital displaying a love of all things techno and putting Intec further on the
ground breaking map.
Jon has just stuck to playing and signing good music that he truly believes in throughout his career. He has stuck to his guns - a decision that is
now working in his favour, enabling him to play to more and more people each year.
“I don’t want to ram it down people’s necks in a contrived way. I like the music to do the talking and connect with people there and then. When
I get the chance to play, I just make sure people have a great time as well as a little bit of education.”
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CD 1 Carl Cox - Pure Intec 2 Mixed By Carl Cox
01. Carl Cox - Family Guy (sharam Crazi Mix)
02. Carl Cox - Avenger (joel Mull Space Mutation Mix)
03. Carl Cox - Avenger (joel Mull Devils Cave Mix)
04. Carl Cox - Kommen Zusammen (yousef Dub)
05. Carl Cox - Family Guy (jon Rundell Mix)
06. Carl Cox - Nexus (tomy Declerque Vocal Mix)
07. Carl Cox - Sentimento Latino (ben Sims Mix)
08. Carl Cox - Chemistry (nicole Moudaber Mix)
09. Carl Cox - Family Guy (loco Dice Mix)
10. Carl Cox - Nexus (guti Mix)
11. Carl Cox - I Like To See You Again (jim Rivers Mix)
12. Carl Cox - Nexus (foamo Dub Mix)
13. Carl Cox - Sentimento Latino (chris Count Mix)
14. Carl Cox - One Nation (pyramid Mix)
CD 2 Jon Rundell - Pure Intec 2 Mixed By Jon Rundell
01. The Junkies - A Blind Eye
02. Victor Vera - Prophecy
03. Nicole Moudaber - Brooklyn Hangover
04. Daryl Stay - Shake
05. Dosem - Avanta
06. Pirupa - Bam
07. Alex Sibley - Trouble
08. Marco Bailey - Rathouse
09. Carlo Lio - My Favourite Mistake
10. Jon Rundell Digital Primate - Lost Control
11. Tomy Declerque - Push
12. Mark Reeve - Discord
13. Ben Sims - Body Music