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R&S Records (Record label)
R&S Records is a Ghent-based Belgium record label for electronic music, founded in 1988 by Renaat Vandepapeliere and Sabine Maes in 1988. The impressing list of the label includes artists like Aphex Twin, Derrick May, Ken Ishi, CJ Bolland, Kenny Larkin, 69 and Carl Craig. From 2001 to 2006 the label paused and opend thereafter with a re-launch in London, where they included new Talents like James Blake and Radioslave. 2008 R&S Records released a lot of re-mastered classics and remixes of classics, among other by Audion, Prins Thomas and Optimo. But Looking back isn`t what R&S represents, they rather maintain the tradition to look forwards, always in search of new, experimental and avant-garde music.
R&S Records in Features
Music − Interview | posted 15.07.2011
»Like a second pair of ears«
Matt Cutler from Nottingham fell in love with Jungle, Detroit Techno, Chicago House and Hip Hop. Under the name Lone he has been putting out albums and singles since 2007. Paying homage to his musical roots with his Echolations EP – his latest release, he is currently working on his upcoming album on legendary R&S Records. Valentin Menedetter sat down with him before a show.
Music − Interview | posted 10.05.2011
To Put the Test to the Rule
Arthur Cayzer just started messing around with his computer 2 years ago. The London based producer got massive attention when his single Detroit Falls dropped. Making heads turn he soon became another wunderkind in the electronic music scene, only being 20 years old. Since then he is asked to play records all around. Valentin Menedetter caught up with Pariah in Vienna.
R&S Records in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 30.09.2014
Energy Flash 12"
»Energy Flash«, Joey Beltram’s ode to ecstasy, remains to be one of the most important artefacts of a sub-culture which so often is accused of lacking historical awareness.
Music − Review | posted 16.06.2014
On »Reality Testing«, Matt Cutler manages to do the splits between a change of style and his trademark-sound, between dream and reality, between nostalgia and solidity.
Music − Review | posted 05.11.2013
Nancy's Pantry 12"
Tessela has taken on quite a bit with his debut on the Belgian cult label R&S. The good news is: His rough sounds and his dry humor are succeeding yet again.
Music − Review | posted 04.07.2013
Airglow Fires 12"
Lone’s new 12inch is like a distillate from »Emerald Fantasy Tracks« and »Galaxy Garden«: It is the best – because most focused – thing that Lone has released in years.
Music − Review | posted 06.03.2013
Space Dimension Controller
Welcome To Mikrosector-50
Space Dimension Controller has created a real film-record, including a complete story line, skits and commercial breaks. It’s cinema at its most.
Music − Review | posted 20.08.2012
The spread-out samples of the debut »7 AM« gave way to the vocals of Panda Bear, Laurel Halo or newcomer Kelela and fill the ten tracks with masses of hits.
Music − Review | posted 09.11.2011
Space Dimension Controller
The Pathway To Tiranquon6
Jack Hamill, aka Space Dimension Controller, re-animates the intelligent electronic music of the 1990s and embellishes them with a contemporary coating.
Music − Portrait | posted 11.02.2021
Far Out Recordings
At the epicenter of the Brazil craze
Joe Davis is the train driver whose bandwagon a whole generation of Brazil-affine producers jumped on in the mid-nineties. With his Far Out Recordings label, he became the worldwide representative of Brazilian music culture.
Music − News | posted 28.01.2021
Obscure Greek music reissued
Two new releases with obscure Greek music from the 1960s and 1970s will be reissued these days via Radio Martiko: a compilation with Laika music and a collection with music by Tassos Chalkias.
Music − List | posted 07.01.2021
10 All Time Favs
»Introducing« is the name of Aaron Frazer’s first solo album. As the drummer of Durand Jones & The Indications, however, he is by no means an unknown name. So musically it’s off to the sixties. He tells us what actually influenced him musically.
Music − Review | posted 24.06.2020
The new edition of »Dropsonde« comes along with seven bonus tracks. The Norwegian producer Biosphere then radically reinterpreted an entire genre.
Art − Portrait | posted 23.02.2021
Vincent de Boer
Like Jazz With Brushes
Dutch artist Vincent de Boer has become a regular band member of the British jazz band Ill Considered. He draws record covers based on the grooves he hears. For »The Stroke«, the process has now been reversed.