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  • H-PRODUCTIONS presents [HPX65] V/A - Recombination Sequence 1 - Symbiosis

    Tuesday, Jul 31, 2012 8:10PM / Members only


    H-PRODUCTIONS presents [HPX65] V/A - Recombination Sequence 1 - Symbiosis

    (Various artists in colaboration)

    H-Productions Recombination Sequence series is the third part of a trilogy of compilation concepts that the label has launched in 2012. Carrying on from the Mutations and Archeology Exc. series, Recombination Sequence takes its inspiration from the run of collaboration EP’s the label released in 2011 with the aim of bringing together collaborations between artists on the H-Productions roster as well as both new and established producers who have traditionally not contributed towards the label. With a long history of collaboration between the artists on the H-Productions roster, not least label figure head, Cari Lekebusch, the motivation behind this project is to allow for more of the kind of sonic experimentation and collaborative creativeness that has been at the core of why H-Productions has endured so long as a tastemaker label within Techno.

    This nine-track compilation brings together the combined talents of an array of established and emerging talent. Planned and collected over a six-month period, there are collaborative works between Cari Lekebusch and other members of the HPX collective including The Advent, Tony Rohr and Nima Kahk as well as Jesper Dahlbäck & Nima Khak and Alexi Delano & Tony Rohr. From outside the label roster, techno stalwart Dustin Zahn hooks up with Tony Rohr while Dutch songbird Zoe Xenia brings her understated soul to H-Productions for the first time and Berlin saxophonist Niklas Mascher adds his tripped-out musical touch to the album. Finally, Benjamin Mull, younger brother of Swedish Techno icon Joel, joins forces with Lekebusch to give a symbiotic sense that within this microcosm of production, history is repeating itself.

    Find the production on our members area incl seperate tracks, extra material, documentary, full video and more;
    http://www.h-productions.se/hybrid/

    Find at Beatport:
    http://www.beatport.com/release/recombination-sequence-1-symbiosis/939511

    Soundcloud:
    http://soundcloud.com/h-productions/sets/hpx65-various-artists/

    More Hybrid:
    http://www.h-productions.se/

    Tracklist:
    HPX65 - 01 - Cari Lekebusch, Nima Khak - Steampunk
    HPX65 - 02 - Dustin Zahn, Tony Rohr - Midwest Preassure
    HPX65 - 03 - Jesper Dahlback, Nima Khak - The Searcher
    HPX65 - 04 - Zoe Xenia, Cari Lekebusch - Matchmaker
    HPX65 - 05 - Cari Lekebusch, Niklas Mascher - Space Crusade
    HPX65 - 06 - Alexi Delano, Tony Rohr - El Capo
    HPX65 - 07 - The Advent, Cari Lekebusch - Deepart
    HPX65 - 08 - Cari Lekebusch, Tony Rohr - The Shuffle Cycle
    HPX65 - 09 - Benjamin Mull, Cari Lekebusch - Triolic

    artwork by Carolina "Blue" Falkholt
    video (photo+edit] by Johan Lidell
    http://www.grafitta.se/

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  • H-PRODUCTIONS presents [HPX64] - Jesper Dahlback - Archeology Exc.2

    Friday, Jun 29, 2012 4:47AM / Members only


    H-PRODUCTIONS presents Archeology Excavations series

    [HPX64] - Jesper Dahlback / Archeology Exc.2

    Inspired by a desire to retrace the steps that led to the current musical alignment of the producers assembled on their label roster, Cari Lekebusch's H-PRODUCTIONS have commissioned an eight part series of compilations that will explore the Techno archeology of their artists. Each collection will delve deep into their back catalogue, unearthing long-forgotten and undiscovered examples of their work and tracks from other producers that were landmarks within their own evolution. Lovingly compiled and carefully constructed, H-PRODUCTIONS archeology excavations series will describe the story of how each producer made their journey from then to now: documenting the tracks each artist feels were instrumental in shaping their own history within Techno music.

    Find the production on our members area incl seperate tracks, extra material, documentary and more;
    http://www.h-productions.se/hybrid/

    Find the DJ Mix at Beatport;
    http://www.beatport.com/release/h-productions-presents-archeology-exc-2/923237

    More:
    http://www.jesperdahlback.com

    Tracklist:

    01 - 00'00'00 Jesper Dahlback - Lonesome Dub (Svek)
    02 - 00'04'30 Jesper Dahlback - 000X (Unreleased)
    03 - 00'06'45 DJ Lenk - YYY (Blank Ltd 001)
    04 - 00'10'30 Jesper Dahlback - MCP 1 (Unreleased)
    05 - 00'15'40 Brommage Dub - Mera (Unreleased)
    06 - 00'19'38 Jesper Dahlback - Gamling (Unreleased)
    07 - 00'23'30 DJ Lenk - Induced (Blank Ltd 002)
    08 - 00'25'20 Jesper Dahlback - MCP 2(Unreleased)
    09 - 00'31'45 DJ Lenk - psycho 17 (Unreleased)
    10 - 00'32'50 DJ Lenk - psycho 33 (Unreleased)
    11 - 00'35'40 DJ Lenk - psycho 45 (Unreleased)
    12 - 00'39'30 DJ Lenk - psycho 53 (Unreleased)
    13 - 00'41'30 DJ Lenk - psycho 57 (Unreleased)
    14 - 00'44'50 DJ Lenk - psycho 57 (Unreleased)
    15 - 00'47'20 DJ Lenk - psycho nån (Unreleased)
    16 - 00'51'25 Jesper Dahlback - Lunk (Unreleased)
    17 - 00'53'55 Drumtravellers - 808 (Unreleased)
    18 - 00'57'05 Drumtravellers - Safari (Unreleased)
    19 - 00'58'45 Brommage Dub  -23:90:50 (Unreleased)
    20 - 01'04'50 Brommge Dub - Feber (Unreleased)
    21 - 01'10'25 Jesper Dahlback - The Day After (Unreleased)

    all tracks w&p by Jesper Dahlback (Carbon dated 1994-1996)
    exept Bromage Dub by Jesper Dahlback/Jean-Louis Huhta
    exept Drumtravellers by Jesper Dahlback/Par Stalbrand/Adrian Forciniti

    01 "Lonesome Dub" prev released on Svek
    07 "Induced" prev released on Blank Ltd.
    03 "YYY" prev released on Blank Ltd.

    Excavated, restored, carbon dated, arranged, mixed, plus additional production by Jesper Dahlback, recorded at the Globe Studios Stockholm 2012. 


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  • HPX63 - CARI LEKEBUSCH - YOU ARE A HYBRID TOO - ALBUM OUT NOW

    Tuesday, May 15, 2012 3:05AM / Members only


    H-Productions have been releasing their distinctive brand of ever-so-slightly left-of-centre techno since 1994, however 2011 saw the beginning of a new way of working for Cari Lekebusch's imprint. Motivated by the dual inspirations of the label's original name – Hybrid Productions – and the brands long legacy within techno, a concept was born which brought together a select group of artists whose musical style complimented one another and whose heritage matched that of the label. This deliberate hoarding and nurturing of creative forces within a group dynamic has breathed new life into the label: and allowed Lekebusch the creative time and space to approach his own work in a less pressurized environment. The result is Lekebusch's twentieth studio album

    The story of this fourteen-track album began almost immediately after the release of Lekebusch's previous LP in March 2010. Keen to create a body of work that had its roots firmly planted within a set musical concept, but that did not stray too far from the DJ-orientated world that Lekebusch has called home for as long as techno was called techno, a project began that would take shape slowly: eventually forming and coming sharper into focus as time passed. Created using a blend of analogue and digital machines, each track was formed by manipulating one bar patterns. These patterns, shaped from Lekebusch's own bespoke sounds, were arranged and documented using 'hands-on' recording techniques to lend each composition an organic, 'live' aesthetic.

    By utilizing such practical techniques, the physical process of writing the tracks naturally lent itself to support Lekebusch's theoretical vision for the album. The limits imposed by his 'one-bar' concept ensured Lekebusch got the experimental feel he was searching for as his arrangements became more abstract. By live recording sections of each track his hands were literally forced to select from a limited range of options, thus lending each track a stripped down sound, without the temptation for many embellishments, leaving space within each track for DJ's to further manipulate the sounds via their own layering or edits. Finally, the combination of all these self-imposed limitations engendered further frequency experiments that created 'in-your-face', almost claustrophobic soundscapes that would challenge listeners in the way that Lekebusch wanted.

    The results of such conceptualizing are evident thought the album, albeit in subtle and unobvious ways. Perhaps the most interesting result came with 'Ultraterrestrial' that was the result of a recording a studio machine playing pre-set patterns randomly to create a genuine symbiosis between man and machine. Elsewhere, the track Ghost Notes take advantage of Lekebusch's frequency experiments by recording the subtle effects on notes when combined with different keys and recycling the 'sonic byproducts' within the track; where as the epically proportioned title track, with its vocoder 'Cylon' voice invites the listener to 'move closer to the wave generators' to receive the proclamation that 'You Are A Hybrid Too': reinforcing the assertion that there is a message contained in this album that has been placed within to be absorbed and not just heard.





    HPX63 - Cari Lekebusch / You Are A Hybrid Too

    You Are A Hybrid Too
    Approaching Singularity
    Out Of Nowhere
    Ghost Notes
    Spiritual Combat
    Boiling The Frog
    Safety Off
    Monatomic Measure
    Ultraterrestrial
    Pinnacle Of Desolation
    Comprehension Level Descent
    Black Diamond

    I'm a hybrid exclusive tracks:

    Pole Turtle
    Vanishing Act
    Initiation (video)

    all tracks w&p by Cari Lekebusch
    except Ghost Notes co-produced by GraGee Pikanen
    except Black Diamond co-produced by Zighix
    req at HPHQ Stockholm 2011-2012
    artwork by Ziggy

    If you want to try before you buy, why not check out the demo version of the album here, where you can enjoy some but not all of the features: http://www.h-productions.se/hybrid/demo/

    http://www.h-productions.se/hybrid
    http://www.h-productions.se/

    Vinyl in your local shop and Digital at Beatport and other digi portals:
    http://www.beatport.com/release/you-are-a-hybrid-too/913297

      HPX63 - Cari Lekebusch - You Are A Hybrid Too - H-Productions by H-Productions

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  • HPX63 - Cari Lekebusch - You Are A Hybrid Too Release Party - Second Life - 12th May 2012

    Monday, May 7, 2012 4:51AM / Members only

    Welcome all sentient lifeforms, to Cari Lekebusch's album release party You Are A Hybrid Too (special ONLINE event). (SAT) 12th may 2012, starting 22.00 CET (open end!). Thats 1PM Pacific time zone (SL Time). Located in the UFO Warehouse on our iceland Flavor Country (132,133,1500) - inside the Secondlife.com gridd - you need a browser and a free account to join in the fun on our iceland. Tickets are very limited! If you can't join for any reason, then listen to the stream with your media player, iPhone or other media device reading stream URLs. Please keep scrīpts and accessories to minimum - optional dresscode is white, pink and black diamond. Inworld contact avatar "Mantis Oh". Join our group HYBRID PRODUCTIONS

    Audio Stream at:
    http://server3.luschaudio.com:10308

    Create your Avatar:
    https://join.secondlife.com/

    Recomended 3D browser(s):
    http://exodusviewer.com/
    http://www.phoenixviewer.com/downloads.php

     

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  • Cari Lekebusch - Svett EP (ISLR015, International Sound Laboratory)

    Tuesday, Apr 17, 2012 4:38AM / Members only


    Sweat, also known as perspiration, transpiration or diaphoresis, is a product of mixing H2O with various solid chemicals such as chlorides and is mainly produced by glands located in the skin of mammals. It consists further of chemicals such as 2-methylphenol (o-cresol) and 4-methylphenol (p-cresol), as well as a small amount of urea. The sweat works as a thermoregulating mechanism, cooling the body from dangerous overheating, wich could result in body malfunction. It has also been reported that components inside the male perspiration would aslo work as a so called "chick-magnet". Sweat can be found in a wide variety of mammals, all though it is shown that only humans and horses produce large amounts of this chemical soup as a part of its cooling system and primarly by glands under the armpits.Studies has shown that men start their perspiration faster than women when exercising under the same relative intensity. If this proves the theory that men use their sweat as a tool for luring women into their bedrooms is yet to be shown. Speaking against the theory, would be the fact that most sweaty men smells bad. When sweat occurs, the bacteria residing on the skin, feeds of the chemicals and as a biproduct, a smelly odor is produced. Keeping in mind that sweat also is produced during states of nervousness, it is implied that sweaty dancing men fearing an embarrasing defeat after a displaying their shortcommings as part of the mating rituals, still enjoys a better chance of intercourse if the target female is exposed to the sweat odor. No study showed if the same case stands true for homosexuals.

    Out end April 2012, on Jesper Dahlback's ISL, (International Sound Laboratory)

    http://www.isl-recordings.com/
    http://www.beatport.com/label/international-sound-laboratory-isl/13814

     

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  • Cari Lekebusch is a Stockholm-based Techno sound architect, dj & producer alongsides other Swedish Techno profiles like Adam Beyer, Joel Mull, Alexi Delano and Jesper Dahlbäck...

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