Marc Romboy and KiNK return in "SAMPLEDELICS VOL 1" out now on Beatport!

Its been nearly four years since Marc Romboy’s last appearance on Ovum, alongside Tyree Cooper on the mighty “Lost.” Today sees a return for the German as he teams up with another of the labels’ new breed, KiNK. Bulgarian Strahil Velchev makes a return to Ovum for the first time since his 2010 “Rachel EP” shot him onto the scene. The success of that release and his array of productions since, have lead to KiNK becoming one of the most in demand producers of today. Equally in demand is Mr Romboy, with 2011 being yet another year of success. His and Stephan Bodzin’s “Luna” album kicked off the year in style and saw the pair embark on a huge global tour. Singles and remixes for Tronic, Bedrock and 8Bit have followed as well as productions with Blake Baxter and Paris The Black Fu. Marc has also surprised many, with his superb current house rework of Terrence Parker. The “Sampledelics Vol. 1″ ep sees the pair turn in three choice cuts of, as the name suggests, sample-lead House. A perfect selection of tools for the most discerning of DJ’s. Take your pick!

Great Feedback from:
Anja Schneider – “Wooo support from me on “Dont Shake My Tree”! Love it!”
Ian Pooley – “No Sports” for Pooley! Well done guys, really nice EP.”
Axel Boman – “This whole ep is very very good! I cant wait to play it!
D’Julz – “I love the raw funkiness that runs throughout this ep. Excellent work!”
Riva Starr – “These guys never ever disappoint! Ovum on a roll right now!!”
Justin Martin – “I am so happy to have gotten this in my in box today. This is some badass music… playing all!”

… And many more!

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M A N I K at #30 for DJ Mag's Best Albums of 2011

Don't miss the buzz on the upcoming Vaggio release! Great shots from "Ovum meets Poker Flat" below.

With careers that span well over 20 years in the business, Vaggio has an envious wealth of knowledge, from the studio to the dancefloor and beyond. But the artists are not the focus here because this double-header is ALL about the music. “It’s Not Love” confirms its party-starting status with its opening vocals. Chopping and looping the classic First Choice vocal, Vaggio then ignite the track by dropping the ultimate bassline, driven by the simplest of snare and hi-hat lines. Pure unadulterated fun! Keeping the basslines heavy, B Side “Jazz Heavy” brings together the glorious sounds of be-bop with the modern acidic sounds of today’s electronic world. Layers of funk and swing, beautiful percussion work and the most tenacious of piano riffs create a truly stunning production.

Great Feedback from Jimpster, Tensnake, Maceo Plex, Ian Pooley, Luca Bacchetti, M A N I K, and D’Julz


Check out D'Julz upcoming Beatport Chart!

Mr G – got that swing – Bass Culture
H-Foundation – Passage of time (D’julz remix) – Soma
Mondo – Work me baby (Rootstrax remix) – Deeply rooted House
Willie Graff – poseidonia – Circus Company
Sascha Dive – Jus groove (Dub Version) – Deep Vibes
Ribn – Save me – Mild Pitch
Emika – pretend (Kyle Hall remix) – Ninja Tune
Quell – joy – These days
Mr G – New dayz – Bass Culture
Shlomi Aber – Basic Roots (D’julz remix) – Ovum Recordings