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Артист: Catz 'N Dogz Название: Essential Mix (BBC Radio1) 20-04-2013 Жанр: House Год выхода: 2013 О музыке:
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Their real names may be Grzegorz and Wojciech, but there have been plenty of others along the way: early DJ sets as
Deeop and Ketiov, champions of the underground as 3 Channels, or simply ‘Greg and Voitek’ to their nearest and dearest. But no doubt, you’ll
know them best as CATZ N’ DOGZ.
The duo’s refreshing take on dancefloor music has, in the last 12 months, propelled them into the limelight like never before. Perhaps it was
getting the remix treatment from the incomparable Carl Craig and rising star Tanner Ross on their most recent Mothership release. Or the A R home runs
they scored with Pets Recordings, debuting Eats Everything’s smash “Entrance Song” and curating remixes from Maceo Plex, Axel Boman and KiNK. Or
maybe it was their first appearance in Resident Advisor’s hallowed Top 100 DJ Poll. In any and all cases, the truth is clear: Catz N’ Dogz are
well n’ truly at the top of their game.
It began in 2003, when best friends Greg and Voitek hosted their first club night in their home town Szczecin, Poland. Back then they were known as 3
Channels, and they developed organically from there, into their first club residency, and into a regular hosting slot with Szczecin’s ABC Radio. As
3 Channels amassed a loyal legion of fans, they broadened their creative pursuits again, and production was their next natural outlet. Their
techno-centric tracks swiftly caught the attention and then joined the rosters of some of the most respected underground dance labels in the world:
Trapez, Crosstown Rebels, Pokerflat, Boxer, Leena, Trenton, as well as the boys’ own budding imprint Channels Rec. The instant that Claude VonStroke
heard 3 Channels’ red-hot club records, he snapped the twosome up for his Dirtybird label; there they remixed Claude’s infamous anthem “Who’s
Afraid Of Detroit?” for a highly limited (and highly sought-after) onesided vinyl release, followed by the dancefloor-destroyer Chicken Affair EP,
which appealed to the broadest spectrum of underground house and techno DJs.
By 2008, the boys had completely evolved, reemerging with a looser, freewheeling house sound, a hybrid masterpiece of a debut album, Stars of Zoo, and
a new name: Catz n’ Dogz. The pair integrated deep house signatures without losing sight of their techno roots, all the while exploring lush,
organic soundscapes. Their combination of meticulous, cinematicatmospheres, minimal techno arrangements and live instrumentation spawned a string of
acclaimed releases for Sentence Records, Get Physical and Dirtybird’s sister label Mothership.
Catz n’ Dogz’ sophomore album took an entire year to , but it proved to be more than worth the wait: Escape from Zoo found the guys boldly leaping
over the barriers in 2010, wildly roaming the terrain and straying further and further from convention. Escape from Zoo freely explored the
intertwined vines of street bass, disco, R B, deep house, hip-hop, and it blossomed through collaborations with heavy hitters dOP, Claude VonStroke
and Jazzanova’s Paul Randolph.
Even as the rapturous response to Escape from Zoo launched them headlong into a heavy period of touring, live shows and festivals at hotspots around
the globe, the boy endeavoured to further develop the scope of the Catz n’ Dogz universe. They launched Pets Recordings with the distinct aim of
bringing Poland’s production talent to an international audience, they kicked off the Petcast podcast series, and took their label showcases on the
road, establishing residencies at Berlin’s connoisseur clubs Watergate and Farbfernseher, alongside regular appearances in Szczecin and various
other Polish cities.
Whether you’re charmed by their bass-heavy, colourful and always groove-laden DJ sets, drawn in by their arresting live show, weaving your your way
through their illustrious output as producers, or delving into the magical tunes curated from their close network of friends, Grzegorz and Wojchiech
(or Greg n’ Voitek) are simply two of the hottest house Catz (n’ Dogz) on the scene today.
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Realease Date: 20-04-2013
Quality: Joint Stereo / 44100 hz
Playing Time: 119:39 min
Total Size: 109 MB
01. Jacek Sienkiewicz - Dream Machine
02. Youandewan - Disarray
03. Catz 'N Dogz - Fixnation
04. Prosumer - Blei
05. Ralph Macdonald - Calypso Path (Sofrito Edit)
06. Brooks - Clix
07. Harry Kane - Acapulco Highway (Ralph Falcon - Whateva Acappella)
08. Marshal Jefferson - Mushrooms (The Revenge Remix)
09. Pedestrian - Hoyle Road
10. Rhydin - Nash
11. Arto Mwambe - Muduhutma
12. Adam Port - Black Noise ( Me Remix)
13. T-RWRK - Chant
14. Till Von Sein Aera - Lafayette (Unreleased Version)
15. Fantaboys - Pump It All
16. Alex Cortex - B2 (Catz 'N Dogz Edit)
17. Hannah Wants - Tear On The Fire
18. Detachments - H.a.l. (Andrew Weatherall Disco Dub)
19. Brassroots - Good Life
20. Catz 'n Dogz Kink - Good Love
21. Michael Mayer - Speaker
22. Breach vs Ron Costa - Letz Uri (Eats Reebeef)
23. Heartthrob - In My Room
24. The Time Space Machine - Pill Party In India (Psychemagic Remix)
25. Catz 'N Dogz feat. Monty Luke/ghetto Face Space Place - They Frontin'
26. Partial Arts - Cruising
27. Dodha - Symbasim
28. Daft Punk - Da Funk (Catz 'n Dogz 2013 Idiotic Edit)
29. Nikola Baytala - Zero $
30. Mange Tout - What To Do
31. Needs - Brother
32. HNNY - Boy
33. Broker/dealer - Dig Deep
34. Terry Brooks - Breaking Cycles