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Blaze & Fade Out/ Special OPS

 
CD
CORE 060
10/2008
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SEBA
RETURN TO FOREVER

 
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CORE 060
09/2008
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DILLON
Ludwig EP

 
7"
CORE 055
05/2008
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DOUGLAS GREED
Remix EP

 
12"
CORE 057
04/2008
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JAKE THE RAPPER
Les Stalking

 
12"
CORE 056
02/2008
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MATT FLORES
Secret Garden

 
12"
CORE 053
01/2008
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ROCKFORD KABINE
italian music

 
CD/LP
CORE 054
11/2007
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DOUGLAS GREED
AENIMA

 
12"
CORE 055
09/2007
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CHRISTOPHER JUST
CHARLESTON

 
12"
CORE 052
07/2007
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V.A. - TRAFFIC III 4/4
w/ Bee Low, Antonelli, Norken & Deer

 
10"
CORE 050
07/2007
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THE VULVA STRING QUARTETT

 
12" VINYL
CORE 051
04/2007
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VARIOUS ARTISTS
a compilation called Underducks

 
CD
CORE EDITION 001
04/2007
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V.A. - TRAFFIC III 3/4
w/ Lowtec and Dazko

 
10"
CORE 049
02/2007
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KABUKI

 
12" VINYL
CORE 046
12/2006
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DOUGLAS GREED

 
12" VINYL
CORE 045
12/2006
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SWIMMINGPOOL
surrounded by disco

 
12" VINYL
CORE 043
10/2006
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SEBA
DON`T WANNA LOSE YOU/ MORNING GLORY

 
12" VINYL
CORE 044
09/2006
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V.A. - TRAFFIC III 2/4
w/ Douglas Greed / The Vulva String Quartett/ The Possibles

 
10"
CORE 048
08/2006
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SWIMMINGPOOL
GOOD OLD MUSIC

 
CD/2x12" VINYL
CORE 042
05/2006
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VULVA STRING QUARTETT
OUT OF SIGHT

 
12" VINYL
CORE 040
03/2006
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MATT FLORES
WOOKIE DISCO

 
12" VINYL
CORE 041
04/2006
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V.A. - TRAFFIC III 1/4
w/ MATT FLORES / ADA / GLAGLA

 
10"
CORE 047
03/2006
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DOUGLAS GREED
GLUE EP

 
12" VINYL
CORE 039
02/2006
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THE CONSIDERATE BUILDERS SCHEME
Exit to riverside

 
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CORE 038
01/2006
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JAKE
THE REMIXED

 
12"
CORE 037
12/2005
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SWIMMINGPOOL
Black Barry

 
12" VINYL
CORE 036
11/2005
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NORKEN
Future Blue EP

 
12"
CORE 034
10/2005
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NORKEN
Our Memories of Winter

 
CD/2xLP
CORE 035
09/2005
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CHRISTOPHER + RAPHAEL JUST
Disco 128

 
12" VINYL
CORE 033
08/2005
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CHRISTOPHER JUST
Roland Flick Fairmont Princess #1527

 
CD/2xLP
CORE 032
06/2005
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DOUGLAS GREED
LOPEZ

 
12" VINYL
CORE 029
05/2005
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JAKE
THE RAPPER

 
CD/2xLP
CORE 030
04/2005
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CHRISTOPHER + RAPHAEL JUST
POPPER

 
12" VINYL
CORE 031
03/2005
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THE VULVA STRING QUARTETT
DEATH CAB FOR BOOTSY

 
12" VINYL
CORE 027
02/2005
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TELESCOPE
ZOOM

 
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CORE 028
01/2005
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SEBA
BS/ES

 
12" VINYL
CORE 026
11/2004
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MATT FLORES
LISSI / METAJACK

 
12" VINYL
CORE 025
10/2004
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CHRISTOPHER JUST
JEANS & ELECTRONIC

 
CD
CORE 024
07/2004
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KABUKI / CHRISTOPHER JUST
ALWAYS WUZI

 
7" VINYL
CORE 023
02/2004
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KABUKI
SIGNAL TO NOISE

 
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CORE 022
03/2004
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MATT FLORES
Metaworld

 
CD/2xLP
CORE 021
10/2003
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MATT FLORES
SHORTCUT METAWORLD

 
12" VINYL
CORE 020
06/2003
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DDPNP
LOST AND FOUND

 
CD/2x12" VINYL
CORE 019
06/2003
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TGM - THE GREEN MAN
FEB 21TH

 
12" VINYL
CORE 018
09/2003
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BETRIEB -> MAPSTATION
BETRIEB -> MAPSTATION

 
12" VINYL
CORE 017
06/2003
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TELESCOPE
SO BAD

 
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CORE 016
05/2003
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MATT FLORES
DIGITAL SELF

 
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CORE 015
02/2003
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DDPNP
CASHMERE SPRAGS

 
12" VINYL
CORE 014
12/2002
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SWIMMINGPOOL
ANYTHING THAT DOESN'T MOVE

 
CD/2x12" VINYL
CORE 013
01/2003
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V.A.
TRAFFIC 2

 
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CORE 012
09/2002
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TELESCOPE
DEEPER

 
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CORE 011
05/2002
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DDPNP
TAKE OFF DA HOT SWEATER

 
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CORE 010
04/2002
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SWIMMINGPOOL
DIVER EP

 
12" VINYL
CORE 009
04/2002
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DDPNP
COMPLEX DINNER WADROBE

 
12" VINYL
CORE 008
03/2002
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TGM - THE GREEN MAN
YOU DECIDE

 
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CORE 006
09/2001
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TGM - THE GREEN MAN
INFINITY 2.0

 
12" VINYL
CORE 005
09/2001
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V.A.
TRAFFIC

 
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CORE 004
05/2001
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Fellmann & Louise
The more you cry

 
12" VINYL
CORE 003
05/2001
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Swimmingpool
EP

 
12" VINYL
CORE 002
03/2001
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Fellmann & Louise
Lie

 
12" VINYL
CORE 001
01/2001
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TRAFFIC

 

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CORE 004

05/2001

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Combination Traffic: Various Steps

With the fourth publication, we would like to introduce the first LP. Combination Traffic: various steps is on our souls. This compilation will carefully bundle the impression of (thank God!) not clearly organized and tucked away trax with statements and designs from the land of broken and straight beats. The famous lead, you will get when listening. And it will not lead you, but to the motto of Combination Records, colourful and free.As mentioned already, Combination Traffic: various steps is focussed on a selection of Drum&Bass-sounds which are open to other rhythms, sound-visions or Pop-relations. Call it various steps! Combination Records aim is not the reinvention of the wheel, but we`re illuminating it from all directions. Sometimes a magnifier or a microscope will be served, another time everything is being watched through a telescope. It can also be interesting to step away a little bit and to take a look at the whole "thing" or to observe the entire traffic.

 

The first track (new and xclsv), Fellmann & Louises "Oh, so dear" abandons the use of beats. That`s clever, because it even more stresses the importance of beats in modern dance music and they`re underlying their Pop-Appeal by using acoustic guitars and the lovely voice of Madame Selda. The kind of music that you love to listen to while you, re looking out of the window of a train.Metamatics & Clatterbox, the british Electronic-veterans on Clear-Label released a cooperation for the CD "Project unison" last year. "Allegro", a winter samba-bontempi-groove that gives no rise to 8-bit-associations or retro-romantic. And they`re refreshing once again.The same can be said about Hidden Agendas "Return". They transformed their clinical research of Drum&Bass into a post-clear-period open Electro-Boogie. They`re doing the same stuff they did in times of " Metalheadz", only different.

They seem to be saying: " Hey, it`s us, Hidden Agenda. We are still here, doing Drum&Bass. You just wouldn`t call call it that way." A headset-burner functioning in a strobo-haze, too. Tiny little shiftings inside of the track are polishing this compilation`s theme.

 

Taken from the second Phoneheads album "Second Sight", "Maracanenses" is flowing in a very relaxed and self-confident way into an unexpected climax, only to return to the warm home of harmony. It`s obviously important to step on the gas sometimes, but the return to the peace of mind is also necessary.

 

The Green Man, out of the Basswerk family, is the leading songwriter of Drum&Bass and "Philtry" is a blueprint of "Drum&Bass" in reduced velocity. We believe that this long forgotten approach is going to be taken up by many artists. No BigBeat, no TripHop but the courage to use popular effects. Melodies for the people.

 

Boards Of Canada are demonstrating in an impressive ( wise ) way, that power and intensity are not to be mixed up with speed and loudness. This track is taken from their recently published and wonderful 4-Track-EP "In A Beatiful Place Out In The Country"". They only borrowed us one of their sound-photographs.

 

Swimming Pool let in the fresh water. Antonelli electr. and Michael Scheibenreiter have recorded "Perhaps", a springtime lovesong in which the laws of music genres are permanently being broken. They`re cutting of the euphoria of 2-Step sounds and are ignoring the unwritten law of Rock music, which demands full power after a break. They`re exposing their concentrated little dub instead. And when you`re driving around you will discover that the Combination Traffic sounds are accompanying and making you feel relaxed.

 

"Mi Novela Biografica" is a 7" of the Spanish folkband Le Mans released on Spectrum works` compilation "folky". Kabuki (Precision) remixed this track and fullfilled all demands of a Combination Traffic piece of music. The master shows us how to dance around the straight Detroit-Beat without really using it and leads us, at the end of the day, to the one thing we all love: Rave.

 

Innocence just like in times of the soundsystems during the early nineties, when clubmusic was influenced by practically every kind of music. The innocence that Jungle and 2-Step also contained during the pre-album-era and that has now dissapeared. But that doesn`t matter. Kosmas "Magenta Flush" demonstrates how innocent and powerful can be dealt with club-music and produces high spirits everywhere, because he is not afraid of making a mistake.

 

Danny Breaks, vizier of breakbeat, interpretes the compilations` name with "Beat Biter - Martian Scratch Mix" in an intergalactic way and reminds us of old mother HipHop. He gives us the reason - sent down from mars- why crotches have to be broken and why scratching is still a proper funky track and not a solo-guitar-like expression of self love.

 

Hardfloors` "Frozen Spotlight" comes off as powerful as one of their earlier live-appearences. Engines on and up we go and even though everything grooves permanently, it is programmed very precisely. Sex-Phonk on the backseat of a lithesome bulldozer.

 

Fellmann & Louise`s "This is us" is the perfect track if you want to know how to fool your own beats. It`s funky and it`s reduced. Some kind of modern Rare-Groove hymn. You have to make up your own mind about theinterpretation of the vocal sample.What else can be said? Only tiny little moves renew everything. Just likethose our concealed Düsseldorf talent Thomas Jakob bashes at us with maximum speed. Its in a song of the band Kante from Hamburg: "Between the cities we feel electric." There is nothing to be added.



TRACKLISTING:

1: FELLMANN & LOUISE - OH SO DEAR

2: METAMATICS &CLATTERBOX - ALLEGRO

3: HIDDEN AGENDA - RETURN

4: PHONEHEADS - MARACANENSES

5: TGM - PHILTRY

6: BOARDS OF CANADA - AMO BISHOP RODEN

7: SWIMMINGPOOL - PERHAPS

8: NOVELA AUTOBIOGRAFICA [KABUKI RMX]

9: MAGENTA FLUSH [INTEGA RMX]

10: DANNY BREAKS - BEAT BITER

11: HARDFLOOR - FROZEN SPOTLIGHT

12: FELLMANN & LOUISE - THIS IS US