Samstag, 10. September 2011

Frank Martiniq Remixed Soulsville

Our man in Berlin, Frank Martiniq has produced a rather awesome remix of "Soulsville". Where the original is a rockin' housetrack, Frank has chosen to follow a sightly different path, namely dubtechno. The result is a stunning tune of quite epic proportions, hypnotic with a keen eye on detail.
If anyone of you should not know Frank (where have you been for the last 10 years? Mongolia?), we can tell you his rather voluminous body of work includes releases on Boxer, Rotary Cocktail and Curle amongst others. Apart from this he's been busy as a sounddesigner for Native Instruments and has even realised a soundinstallation project initiated from the german government and the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
in 2009 called the Science-Express. Basically it`s a science museum on wheels built into a whole IC-train (12 wagons,300 meters long) that stopped in 60 german stations. Beat dis!



Deep Kennedys - Soulsville Frank Martiniq Remix by Deep KennedysL

inkS: Frank Martiniq

Dienstag, 22. März 2011

New Track: Soulsville


On "Soulsville" the dynamic duo digs deep. And out comes a rockin' deep house track with a wailing female voice. The ultimate soul diva wail, complete with crowd noise and everything. It smells a bit acidic, by the way (the song, not the singer).
Give it a try!
Soulsville by Deep Kennedys

Montag, 28. Februar 2011

Review

Coolibri Magazine has been the first to review our "I Do" release. Needless to say, they love it and call it "a rather exquisite house record."
"The boys stay true to their name and deliver three pretty deep tracks that despite a penchant for minimalism never looses track of the good old virtues of funk and soul" they write, before pointing out that the Steffen Baldo remix "brims over with soul."
Nice one (though we're not sure about the "minimal"-bit).

Donnerstag, 10. Februar 2011

It's not a sample, honest!

If the bassline should sound familiar to you - well Ralf was fiddling about with Ableton live, trying to program a decent bassline and what did he come up with? Something that sounds more than a little similar to Paperclip People's "Throw".

We left it in the track anyway.

Here you are:

iClap by Deep Kennedys

Sonntag, 6. Februar 2011

The Sirens Are Easy

We have remixed our own track "The Sirens Are Easy". We wanted to get rid of the slightly dated techhousey feel, so we slowed it down, changed a few sounds and ditched some other elements completely. Here you are:
The Sirens Are Easy (2011 Mix) by Deep Kennedys

On The Web

There's a nice interview with Ralf about Deep Kennedys and the Ruhr Area House Scene on 2010lab.tv.
 Big up to the interviewer, our man Sven "Halen" Stienen.