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Артист: Tomcraft Название: Like a Roller Жанр: Electronic Год выхода: 2013 Label: Kosmo Records/4260066221955 О музыке:
While Tomcraft has been causing big waves of excitement all around the globe with his "20 Years- tour since February, he still finds enough
time to another biggie taken from his current album. His new single release "Like A Roller- is currently being used as opener for Tomcrafts DJ sets
with incredible feedback from his fans. This track combines all qualities which we have loved this unique DJ for since years: Big emotions meet
functionality, when hypnotic vocals are being combined with a 128 stomper TC beat: BIG The original mix is garnished with a very exclusive remix
package. Tomcraft himself with his production partner in crime Eniac provide a breathtaking additional club mix. Besides of this "Like A Roller-
received a very special Progressive House treat by no lesser than "Best Remixer 2012 of Beatport- David Jones. Last but not least Electric
Mantis's melodic Dubstep Remix won the Beatport Remix contest against 416 other very talented contestants and therefore got their wild card to a
release on Kosmo Records. Congratulations!!!
You've got to hand it to Tomcraft. After scoring one of the biggest club crossover hits of all time with the classic Loneliness in
2002 (UK Number 1, Germany Top 10 and huge sales the world over), he could have gone the easy sell-out route and churned out decreasingly respectable
pop smashes. But instead, he relished the track's success and the popularity that it afforded him and chose to return to the less mainstream side
of dance music,creating one of the most popular and acclaimed electronic labels in the world in the form of Great Stuff Recordings in 2003 and
continuing to produce quality music throughout the following years.
The Munich hero started out life as a trance DJ back in 1992, when the nascent genre was hugely popular in his native Germany. For a decade or so, he
worked alongside fellow German producer Eniac as an explosive studio team, steadily building hype and acclaim with regular releases on the
country's famous Kosmo Record-ings amongst others. Following his breakthrough hit, they parted ways following some disagreements,and Tomcraft set
about building his reputation in the underground scene further -- with the launch of Great Stuff and subsequent signings of huge talents like
Lutzenkirchen, Coburn, Oliver Koletzki, The Egg and Ramon Tapia.
2005 saw the launch of Craft Music, a new outlet for his productions with all other signed releases treated to a remix by the man himself -- with the
label undergoing a major relaunch in 2010 to bring it back to the forefront of house and techno music.
In the interim, he released several other big club smashes, including Prozac and Overdose, with regular releases ensuring his name remained in the
collective consciousness and an impressive 4 artist albums released across the space of 6 years showing that he was no mere 12" artist. Having
resolved their differences, he is now once again working with Eniac on new material, with A Place Called Soul one of their rst reunited efforts and a
new artist album promised for 2011. "It's always something special when we work together" he beams of his colleague, who has moved back from
Berlin to Munich so that they can work on new music day in, day out.
Meanwhile, he's also been working regularly with English talent Tim Healey (formerly of Coburn fame), staying with his family in Brighton for a
week at a time and working solidly on new material. His collaborations with vocalists over the years have seen him work with the likes of Bloodhound
Gang singer Jimmy Pop, German soul sensation Xavier Naidoo, the USA's venerable Tommie Sunshine and local rapper Sido, his mind always open to
new and disparate inuences and styles and his studio forever expanding with new bits of kit and vintage machinery.
Naturally his DJ career exploded upon the mega-success of that single, with highlights over the years including playing to 1.3 million people at
Berlin's Love Parade, Japan's famous Fujirock Festival, major festivals in Brazil and some of the coolest clubs in Singapore, Tokyo, Los
Angeles, Sao Paolo, Rio, Cape Town, San Francisco,all over Europe, Poland, Germany, France, Italy, the UK and Russia (where he remains a regular
His sound has morphed over the years from trance into electro house and now since 2007 into a balance of those inuences with a progressive house
backbone, returning to the melodic sound that he came from originally.
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1. Like a Roller [Club Mix] (7:14)
2. Like a Roller [David Jones Remix] (5:06)
3. Like a Roller [Extended] (5:35)
4. Like a Roller [Electric Mantis Remix] (4:22)