Straight forward, impulsive and irresistible as ever. With the new Marek Bois 2-tracker “Norm Tribes” you won’t take any prisoners.
Dapayk solo presents “FROM PARIS TO BERLIN”
Live: Dapayk Solo (Mo’s Ferry, Fenou/ Berlin)
Chloé (BPitch Control, Kill the DJ/ Paris)
Live: From Karaoke To Stardom (Rrygular/ Paris)
Marcel Knopf (Mo’s Ferry, Clap Your Hands/ Berlin)
Alexander Lorz (Mo’s Ferry, Proud/ Berlin)
Gary Beck (Bek Audio, Soma/ UK)
Dinamite (Catalytic/ Berlin)
Dapayk & Padberg just released there new and dance floor oriented single “Come Out” (Mo’s Ferry 76) with some long-awaited remixes by Mooryc and Eomac. Here’s a short Q+A we did with Niklas and Eva last week.
1. “Come Out” is a perfect dance floor track – fresh & present. What was the idea behind this production?
After our last album “Smoke” which was very deep, calm and listening oriented, we felt that it was time to actually come out with something that is more fresh and funky. We have been touring with club versions of the latest album tracks for a year and a half now and seeing people on the dancelfloor, having a good time to our music, makes us want to please them even more. So we wanted to add a new track to the repertoire, something that would make people want to “come out” and just enjoy themselves. The message is pretty clear.
2. On the flip are two amazing remixes by Mooryc and Eomac. Why did you choose them?
We have been admiring both of these guys for quiet some time now. Their work is just always flawless and they each have their own very unique style. We always try to find remixers that will add something new to the mix and this time we got really lucky.
3. Are there any surprises we can expect from Dapayk & Padberg in 2015?
They wouldn’t be surprises anymore if we told you! …No, seriously… right now we are wrapping up the last leg of the “Smoke” tour. Which is kind of strange, since this album has been the most personal for us and we feel like we are closing this chapter now. But that’s always part of the deal. Niklas has been working on several new projects of his own and has been keeping busy. We will probably start working on the next album in the second half of 2015. But that won’t be out for a while. There might be another single release or a little secret project we have been working on, coming out before the next album, to make the wait less long. But we can’t give anything away yet. Sorry, guys!
Following his second longplayer “UBERBOIS” Marek Bois is coming back with a new 2-tracker on RRYGULAR. Here’s a short preview… Official release on Friday, May 22 2015.
Dapayk & Padberg present their freshly squeezed single release “Come Out” with a brand new tune and long-awaited remixes by Mooryc and Eomac. But they also want to share their most favorite picks this months including Jamie XX, Squarepusher and Lapsley.
1. Dapayk & Padberg – Come Out
2. Justin Martin & Ardalan – Function feat. PartyPatty
3. Mimo & Schmahl – Sometimes (Dapayk Remix)
4. Dapayk solo – Over The Top
5. Frits Wentink – There Now feat. Loes Jongerling
6. Jamie XX – Sleep Sound
7. Lapsley – Station
8. Kiasmos – Held (Dauwd Remix)
9. Braille – The Cat’s Gone Nuts feat. Seafloor
10. Squarepusher – D Frozen Aac
Mo’s Ferry and I Love Vinyl is looking forward to Breakfast & Vinyl Market at Markthalle Neun, Berlin-Kreuzberg. We’ll bring vinyl and bags and shirts and more… Join us!
Open Sunday, 17.05.2015 // 10am – 5pm
We’re happy to present the new Dapayk & Padberg 12″ vinyl with a brandnew masterpiece called “Come Out” and two long-awaited remixes by Mooryc and Eomac.
1. Daniel Trabold – Karl (Kleinschmager Audio Remix)
2. Dapayk solo – Orwo
3. Kleep – Formular one
4. Radio Slave – Children of the E
5. Exile 001 B1 – Johannes Heil & Markus Suckut
6. Alex Bau – On Synth
7. Moteka – Bais one (Original Mix)
8. Marcelo Cura – Acuario (Alisonn Remix)
9. Kill Frenzy – No Panties (Original Mix)
10. Kink – Soda Caustic (Original Mix)
Check also on Beatport…
We welcome a new face to the RRYGULAR circus. Daniel Trabold debuts with his „Friedenstein EP“. Remix support comes from two experienced label acts. Kleinschmager Audio turns the “Karl” original track into a dub techno version while Marek Bois feels more like wielding the Techno cudgel.