After welcoming a brand new name to the label with the last EP, Moon Harbour now invites back someone who debuted on it in 2013. That man is Sabb, a tech house producer from Kosovo who has eight plus years of experience of turning out infectious club tracks. He has done so on labels like Noir and Saved, and here serves up a great single that comes with remixes by Dennis Ferrer and Detlef. Supported by: Joris Voorn, Paco Osuna, Yousef, Kiki, DJ T., Chris Wood, Maximiljan, Sable Sheep, Lexer, Tensnake, Kaiserdisco, Riva Starr, Pan- Pot, Karotte, Reboot, Lefteing & Kody, Reboot, &Me, Felix Da Housecat, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Amine Edge, Ralf Kollman, Santé, Gel Abril, Hector Couto, Martin Landsky, Arado, Rüde Hagelstein, Stacey Pullen, Supernova, Sasha, Marc Romboy, Acid Pauli


A year after his notable debut on the label, Germany’s Ninetoes is back on Moon Harbour with three more of his inventive house offerings. The colourful and organic sounding 'Bonita', the perfectly fresh 'Omur' and , 'Defne' another masterfully alive, spacious and dynamic groove. All in all then, Ninetoes offers plenty to get excited about on this latest EP. Supported by: Marco Carola, Hector Couto, Steve Lawler, Raw District, Russ Yallop, Timo Maas, Sasha, Booka Shade, Martin Landsky, Yousef, Mat.Joe, Lexer, Reboot, Adana Twins, Huxley, Jey Kurmis, Animal Trainer, Arado, Roger Sanchez, Martin Eyerer, Mendo, Jamie Jones, Gunnar Stiller, Emanuel Satie, Super Flu, Mar-T, Nicole Moudaber, Paul C, Gel Abril, Joris Voorn, Paolo Martini, Christian Nielsen, Dario D'Attis, Chus+Ceballos, Re.You, Joseph Capriati, Robbie Akbal, andhim, Acid Pauli, Nic Fanciulli, Riva Starr, Mark Knight, Daniel Stefanik, Sven Tasnadi, Anek


Once again calling upon a wealth of closely associated talent, Moon Harbour now serves up the latest instalment in their family orientated Inhouse compilation. Contributing new and exclusive cuts to the 12 track affair are label artists old and new, from Sable Sheep to Luna City Express, Sven Tasnadi to Mathias Kaden, whilst there are also some debut appearances from artists like Anja Schneider, Sidney Charles, Emanuel Satie or Ninetoes. This is pure and effective dancing music that comes with plenty of charm and personality and confirms Moon Harbour and its associates are right at the top of their game. Supported by: Martin Landsky, Cuartero, Detlef, Reboot, Hector Couto, Arado, Chris Wood, Re.You, Sacha Dive, Joseph Capriati, Los Suruba, Luca Bacchetti, Marco Carola, Massimo DaCosta, Super Flu, Maximiljan, Michel De Hey, Nicole Moudaber, Acid Pauli, Monika Kruse, Nick Curly, Marc Romboy, Ninetoes, ONNO, Oxia, Paco Osuna, Karotte, Steve Lawler, Oliver Schories, Timo Maas, Mendo, Dubfire, Robag Wruhme, Robbie Akbal, Tensnake, Yousef


After long being a supporter of the label, Knee Deep In Sound boss Hot Since 82 now steps up to release on Moon Harbour. The Englishman’s original is remixed by Matthias Tanzmann to make for an essential new package. This is a tight and tidy two track package that offers very different sounds for different parts of the night. Supported by: Russ Yallop, Mar-T, Tensnake, Oxia, Thomas Stieler, Massimo Da Costa, Cuartero, Monika Kruse, Yousef, Raumakustik, Reboot, Adrian Flavour, Gorge, Paul Ritch, Felix Da Housecat, Tiger Stripes, Leftwing & Kody, Oliver Schories, Saeed Younan, Pirupa, Joseph Capriati, Paul C, Robbie Akbal, Supernova, Sante, Gabriel Ananda, Paolo Martini, Sasha, Paco Osuna, Gel Abril, Dubfire, Maximiljan, Riva Starr, Kaiserdisco, Timo Maas, Steve Lawler, Super Flu, Jonas Rathsman, Mark Knight, Cusceballos, youANDme, Hector Couto, Mathias Kaden, MEAT, Shawnecy, DJ T., Wate & Odysey, Chris Wood, Luna City Express, Anek, Sabb, Sidney Charles


taken from: Luna City Express - Hello From Planet Earth (Album) (available from october 23rd 2009 as 2x12 , cd and download) After Moon Harbours first artist album, the much commended album Restless by Matthias Tanzmann in spring 2008, comes the long-awaited second artists album this autumn Hello from Planet Earth by the Berlin based duo Luna City Express! Marco Resmann and Norman Weber have been an integral part of the Moon Harbour inner circle from the very beginning, and have made themselves indispensable during the last four years as a DJ and Producer duo - consummate purveyors and subtle innovators of house. In the last few years the duo has forged quite a distinctive sound and their first album shows off the various facets of their love for this music, by keeping the balance between classic house with its US American roots and contemporary European developments. Hello from Planet Earth is an eclectic work which displays the essence of their sound - the key being the shape and ease of funk, a high musicality and a cheeky sense of humor. Tracks which brim with this classic Luna City Express style house sound are Celebration Of Life, Dream In Berlin, MS Gera, Mr. Jack and Parish Fair, all filled with depth, organic funk and the right drive for the best hours in the club. In these tracks the Berlin-Chicago axis is clearly apparent, all done with the right amount of reverence while still looking to the future. The album also delves further into an unseen side of the duo: introverted, dense tracks, inspired by Dub and Downbeat, like Plata, Heavens Gate, Time & Space or Orange Softcake. The short interludes, „Floripa and „Magic Bubbles, 2 experimental ambient tracks, connect the dots and complete the package. With Hello from Planet Earth, Luna City Express have really come into their own, and the result is a more impressive sound than ever - reflecting both their respect and passion for house music.


Deejay.de Beatport Freebaseshop.com Moonharbourshop.com Following on from the success of Ekkohaus' debut album, No School, last year, Moon Harbour now offer a selection of high quality remixes. The chosen ones include Watergate mix star and bona-fide house godfather Kerri Chandler, Made to Play boss Jesse Rose, label regular Sven Tasnadi, Greek producer John Dimas and rising Russian talent and Beatport remix contest winner, Ki.Mi. Supported by: Tensnake, Kiki, 2000 And One, DJ W!LD, Marco Carola, Sabb, Tripmastaz, Re.You, Luca Bacchetti, Ralf Kollmann, Todd Bodine, Zohki & Roozlee, Blind Minded, Chris Wood, Martin Eyerer, Raresh, Julietta, Ralph Lawson, Ray Okpara, Detlef, Kaiserdisco, Davide Squillace, Catz 'n Dogz, Lauhaus, Felix Da Housecat, Dubfire, Mathias Kaden, Meat, Ian Pooley, DJ T, Reboot, Sascha Dive, Shinedoe, Steve Lawler, Ante Perry, Brothers' Vibe, Nic Fanciulli


Cat.No.: MHD004 Format: Download Release date: 17th August 2012 Supported by: DJ Sneak, Tiefschwarz, Martin Eyerer, Nick Curly, Meat, ONNO, Anthony Collins, Stacey Pullen, Kabale Und Liebe, DJ T, Radio Slave, Super Flu, Ralf Kollmann, Markus Schatz, Luca Bacchetti, Sven Tasnadi, Fabrizio Maurizi, Martinez, Joshua Iz DJ Sneak My Swag is killer. Tiefschwarz Nice package. Dreams is our favourite. Nick Curly (Cecille) Great release, Work It is the one for me. Anthony Collins Work It is really nice. ONNO (Moon Harbour) Very dope grooves! Dreams is killer! Stacey Pullen Work It is my favourite, but all will work. Kabale Und Liebe (Soweso) Work It and My Swag are nice groove tools. Meat (Freebase) Work It will bomb the floor. Super Flu (Monaberry) The beat of Work It is really cool. Ekkohaus (Cargo Edition) Work It sounds really good. Nice record overall. Ralf Kollmann (Mobilee) Thanks for music with some punch again. Markus Schatz (Cargo Edition) Very cool release. Sven Tasnadi (Cargo Edition) My Swag is a mega fat tool. Martinez (Moon Harbour) I really like the hypnotic groove of Love Baby and the deepness of Dreams. Will play these two. Thanks! Next up on Moon Harbour digital is a four tack EP from close label associates Zohki & Roozlee. The pair first got to know label boss Matthias Tanzmann when driving him to a festival in Holland. Since then they have become good friends with the label, and now offer up their first release for Moon Harbour in great style. This new EP is no different, and sees two tracks in collaboration with Agent!, Vito & Danito. One of those is the opener, Work It (On & On) - already proving to be a big hit with those who have played it, it's something of a tough and techy track stuffed with crowd noises and atmosphere, whilst the other is Love Baby. This collaboration has sharp, choppy percussion sounds cutting through deep drums and basslines and snatched vocals which can't quite be made out but which add a human aspect to the track for maximum impact. The other two tracks from Zohki & Roozlee hit a little harder: My Swag is bumpy, too, rising up and down on well-defined hi-hats as wavy tones weave their way through the arrangement from start to finish. The sounds are crisp and precise without sounding overly synthetic and will surely work any decent dancefloor into a real sweat. Finally, Dreams again treads a thin line between deep house and tech house, with rueful synths hiding in between dense percussion and sliding drums. One Way Out is an EP that marks out Zohki & Roozlee as a pair very much with their own sound, and one that Matthias Tanzmann was right to pick up on.


Moon Harbour always looks forward and to that end, they waste no time in pushing on past the landmark 100th release with a new offering from contemporary champion Sidney Charles. Hamburg's Charles has become known for a rock-solid, no-frills style of chunky house and tech that has seen him become a firm favorite with both DJs and dancers. Supported by: Nic Fanciulli, Dubfire, DJ T., Christian Nielsen, Marco Carola, Thomas Stieler, Felix Da Housecat, Oxia, Waze & Odyssey, Tensnake, Reboot, Massimo Da Costa, Adrian Flavour, Zohki, Uner, Monika Kruse, Riva Starr, Luna City Express, Dario D’Attis, Huxley, Roger Sanchez, Doorly, Hector Couto, Steve Lawler, Mathias Kaden, Stacey Pullen, Caleb Calloway, Santé, Gunnar Stiller, Kaiserdisco, Gorge, Nicole Moudaber, Paul C, Anek, Sven Tasnadi, Super Flu, Chusceballos, Joseph Capriati, Paco Osuna, Maximiljan, Sabb, Paolo Martini, youANDme, MEAT, Hector Romero


With its next release, the ever evolving Moon Harbour kicks off a great new Various Artist EP series entitled Orbiter. With the aim of showcasing both newcomers and established label acts alike, the first one features great new music from associates like Detlef and Lewis Boardman, as well as from newbie collaborators Zlatnichi & Joey Daniel and the returning Andrea Oliva, who debuted on the 2014 Inhouse compilation. It's a fulsome new EP from Moon Harbour and starts the Orbiter series in real style. Supported by: Anja Schneider, Luciano, Kaiserdisco, Yousef, Jey Kurmis, Forrest, Hector Couto, Los Suruba, Karotte, Sabb, Riva Starr, CUartero, Leftwing & Kody, Gel Abril, Russ Yallop, Joseph Capriati, Timo Maas, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Tiefschwarz, Sasha, Pirupa, Catz 'n Dogz, Ninetoes


Supported by: Joris Voorn, Gregor Tresher, Ralph Lawson, Marco Faraone, Monika Kruse, Pan-Pot, Davide Squillace, Reboot, Tuccillo, Luna City Express, Kabale Und Liebe, Superflu, Pirupa, Simon Baker, Sable Sheep, Philip Bader, Tiefschwarz, Kiki Gregor Tresher (Break New Soil) That bass stab on the original is just so cool. Love it!!! Great work from Chris & Carsten too! Monika Kruse (Break New Soil) Original rocks! Joris Voorn (Rejected) Love these! Karotte (Break New Soil) Great release incl. 2 great remixes by Chris Woood & Meat. Kabale Und Liebe (Soweso) Dope remixes by Chris Wood & Meat! Deep remix is my fav. ONNO (Upon You) Don't Kill My Vibe, proper party roller. Super nice. Pirupa (Cecille) Don't Kill My Vibe will stay in my laptop for the whole summer season!! BOMB! Simon Baker Chris Wood and Meat on it again! Philip Bader (Moon Harbour) Allways bombs on Moon Harbour. Love this one. Kiki (BPitch Control) Don´t Kill My Vibe is perfect, sun soaked tribalism! Kosovan Sabb and Spaniard Cuartero are a pair of producers who have not only their own respected discographies, but who have also been turning heads with their collaborative works on labels like Noir Music. The result of that partnership spawned tracks like Don't You Know which Moon Harbour boss Matthias Tanzmann has not been afraid of playing plenty of times this year, and as such he welcomes the pair to his label for their first release, Don't Kill My Vibe, complete with remixes from Chris Wood and Meat. The title track is a churning, spacious tech house groove peppered with perfectly placed hi hats. Building infectiously towards a peak of nimble melodies and filtered vocals, it's a perfectly balanced, feathery track that will sweep up and lock in place dancefloors like DC 10 without any worries at all. The first remix from Frankfurt tech house innovator Chris Wood and his local Souvenir associate Meat is a much more full blooded and energetic affair. The loops are fleshed out with bubbling basslines and shooting diva cries as well as plenty of sci-fi synth details in the background, fun yet functional it's designed for maximum dancing pleasure. The same pair provide a second remix of the same track, this one goes much deeper, staying locked in a rubber but funky kick drum pattern whilst layering up chord stabs, spitting drum hits and the original's dark male vocal into a catchy patchwork of sound that constantly ducks and dive and will make you do the same. It's back to Sabb & Cuartero then for the other original, Front or Back. There's plenty of fine grain texture to the track which has buffed metal surfaces and a keen machine funk on display throughout. The silvery hi hats dangle invitingly above a punchy kick drum that hits left and right like a champion boxer. Loopy but lose, anthemic without being obvious, it's a restrained tech house workout that causes maximum damage, especially when the horns go off in the latter half. Sabb & Cuartero then are a welcome addition to the Moon Harbour stable with a unique take on tech that will surely see them grow in stature ever more in the second half of 2013.


Beatport: Supported by: Loco Dice, Gregor Tresher, 2000 And One, Anthony Collins, Ralf Kollmann, Nic Fanciulli, Ana, Super Flu, Slam, Federico Molinari, Paco Osuna, Lauhaus, Julien Chaptal, Livio & Roby, Shlomi Aber, Luna City Express, Timo Maas, Nick Curly, Monika Kruse, Kabale Und Liebe, Martin Eyerer Gregor Tresher (Break New Soil) All killers, no fillers! Will play a lot! Anthony Collins (Curle) Very nice tracks. Ralf Kollmann (Mobilee) The long awaited follow up. Nice one. Slam (Soma) Loving this, thanks. Livio & Roby (Desolat) Killler release. we will play thanks! Karotte (Break New Soil) I like Anything and It's Not The Time. Good EP from the boys. Nick Curly (Cecille) Great release! Monika Kruse (Terminal M) Good EP. Kabale Und Liebe (Soweso) Dope groovers here. Martin Eyerer (Kling Klong) All 4 tracks are perfect for the new season 2012! I will play them in my radioshow. Luca Bacchetti (Ovum) It's Not The Time by Marco is dope! New Life is another bomb for big floors. Arado & Marco Faraone Goodfellas EP 2012 Moon Harbour Rec. / LC-11565 Download MHD001 4250330589331 08.02.2012 Last year, with their first Moon Harbour release, the Strange Neighbors EP , Arado and Marco Faraone proved that they know how to produce club hits. The title track represents a milestone in the careers of both deejays; and their calendars have become significantly fuller. For their new Goodfellas EP -- which is the first release of a new digital-only series on Moon Harbour -- each artist contributed two solo tracks. Anything and New Life are Arado's very first solo productions. This time, after several collaborations, he decided to record on his own in the studio. The result: two irresistible groove tools that roll over the dance floor with unstoppable energy. Marco Faraone has already produced several solo recordings. His two tracks on the EP are also clearly committed to the groove. It's Not The Time was one of the highlights in Matthias Tanzmann's sets last summer -- similar to Strange Neighbors the year before last. Like in many other tracks by these two artists, the focus is on the beats. The suspense develops through the arrangements. The last track, Orange Again , therefore seems slightly restrained but grabs the listener with a nonchalantly knocked off groove.


Moon Harbour is delighted to welcome German-Turk Butch for its next EP, a scintillating two tracker full of the prolific producer's usual dance floor clout. A fine remix from Stereo Tension boss Ellroy finishes the package off in style. All three tracks here are perfect bits of dancing dynamite that will have crowds all over the world going wild. Supported by: Paco Osuna, Robbie Akbal, Andhim, Hector Cuoto, Tiefschwarz, Chris Wood, Cuartero, Mathias Kaden, Arado, Kiki, Brothers’ Vibe, Tensnake, Sasha, Riva Starr, Leftwing & Kody, Yousef, Karotte, Anja Schneider, Mendo, Detlef, Adana Twins, Monika Kruse, Tom Novy, Super Flu, Philip Bader, Los Suruba, Saeed Younan, Gel Abril, Stacey Pullen, Tiger Stripes, Gregor Tresher, Jimpster, Reboot, MEAT, Russ Yallop, Maximiljan


Beatport: Supported by: Loco Dice, Gregor Tresher, 2000 And One, Anthony Collins, Ralf Kollmann, Nic Fanciulli, Ana, Super Flu, Slam, Federico Molinari, Paco Osuna, Lauhaus, Julien Chaptal, Livio & Roby, Shlomi Aber, Luna City Express, Timo Maas, Nick Curly, Monika Kruse, Kabale Und Liebe, Martin Eyerer Gregor Tresher (Break New Soil) All killers, no fillers! Will play a lot! Anthony Collins (Curle) Very nice tracks. Ralf Kollmann (Mobilee) The long awaited follow up. Nice one. Slam (Soma) Loving this, thanks. Livio & Roby (Desolat) Killler release. we will play thanks! Karotte (Break New Soil) I like Anything and It's Not The Time. Good EP from the boys. Nick Curly (Cecille) Great release! Monika Kruse (Terminal M) Good EP. Kabale Und Liebe (Soweso) Dope groovers here. Martin Eyerer (Kling Klong) All 4 tracks are perfect for the new season 2012! I will play them in my radioshow. Luca Bacchetti (Ovum) It's Not The Time by Marco is dope! New Life is another bomb for big floors. Arado & Marco Faraone Goodfellas EP 2012 Moon Harbour Rec. / LC-11565 Download MHD001 4250330589331 08.02.2012 Last year, with their first Moon Harbour release, the Strange Neighbors EP , Arado and Marco Faraone proved that they know how to produce club hits. The title track represents a milestone in the careers of both deejays; and their calendars have become significantly fuller. For their new Goodfellas EP -- which is the first release of a new digital-only series on Moon Harbour -- each artist contributed two solo tracks. Anything and New Life are Arado's very first solo productions. This time, after several collaborations, he decided to record on his own in the studio. The result: two irresistible groove tools that roll over the dance floor with unstoppable energy. Marco Faraone has already produced several solo recordings. His two tracks on the EP are also clearly committed to the groove. It's Not The Time was one of the highlights in Matthias Tanzmann's sets last summer -- similar to Strange Neighbors the year before last. Like in many other tracks by these two artists, the focus is on the beats. The suspense develops through the arrangements. The last track, Orange Again , therefore seems slightly restrained but grabs the listener with a nonchalantly knocked off groove.


ONNO Paragroove EP 2012 Moon Harbour Rec. / LC-11565 Download MHD002 4250330589348 19.03.2012 Supported by: Mathias Kaden, Dubfire, Audiofly, Karotte, Nic Fanciulli, Ralf Kollmann, Ekkohaus, Martinez, Kabale und Liebe, Paco Osuna, Marco Faraone, Hector, Nick Curly, Arado, Martin Eyerer, Delete, Federico Molinari, Enzo Siragusa, Shinedoe, Gavin Herlihy, Italoboyz, Luna City Express, Robert Dietz, Anthony Collins Dubfire (Sci+Tec) Cool Tracks. Mathias Kaden (Freude Am Tanzen) I like it. Groovy Originals and a super remix from Dyed. Karotte (Break New Soil) Great EP from ONNO, love it. Audiofly (Supernature) Massive Dyed Soundorom Remix, didn't except any less. Kabale Und Liebe (Soweso) Love the Dyed Soundorom Remix. Paco Osuna Love ONNO productions, big fan. Marco Faraone (Moon Harbour) Killer EP and a very good Dyed Soundorom Remix. Hector (Desolat) Great tracks, Dyed always making great stuff. Nick Curly (Cecille) Great as always. Martin Eyerer (Kling Klong) Fits perfect into what I play. Will play in my radioshows as well! Delete (Get Physical) Dyed Soundorom Remix for me, groovy, really like his remixes!! Enzo Siragusa (Fuse London) Cool EP, really feeling the Dyed Soundorom Remix. Gavin Herlihy Another surefire set of dancefloor smashers from Onno. Dyed remix is great too. Luca Bacchetti (Ovum) Thanks, Will play this in Miami! (charted) Okain (Tsuba) Really like Paragroovel, and the remix from Dyed is also cool. Santé (Souvenir) Love Paragroove! Coyu (Suara) Great record. I think my fav is the Dyed Soundorom remix, but all the tunes work. Emerson Todd (Saved, One Records) Liking this! willl def be playing it. Javi Bora (2020Vision) Superb release here, I love it! Will be on my next chart. Another great Moon Harbour release, Thanks! David Labeij Once again wicked stuff by ONNO superbbbbbbb ep!!!! William Kaum Djoko (3120, Rush Hour) Top production work by ONNO, sounds fat as always. :-) Dyeds mix is my fav. Will drop that this week! Re-Up (Dissonant, Kina) Mumblin Groove is def my pick here!! Already tested in club. the reaction was great!!! well done! Hermanez (Trapez, Monique Musique) Very good release, First Question is my favorite track, the remix is also cool. Good luck. Anton Pieete (Intacto) Phat dude! Paragroove and Remix for me! Bart Skills Super phat ONNO signature grooves. Hailing from Amsterdam the artist ONNO has been part of his hometown's club scene since he was 19. Back then, in 2001, he became the youngest resident deejay of the Amsterdam clubbing series Chemistry. A short time later, he started to produce music together with Rocco Mundo, which quickly led to success. ONNO received booking requests from all over Europe. However, his great breakthrough came in 2010, when he released records on Souvenir, Upon You and Remote Area. He received much support from deejays like Steve Lawler, Marco Carola, Nick Curly, Matthias Tanzmann, Tiefschwarz, 2000 and One, Tim Green, Gregor Thresher, Karotte, Slam, Audiofly, Davide Squillace, and many others. As a result of this success, he now deejays at almost every club and festival in his home country, the Netherlands. Additionally, he is a very popular guest deejay in clubs like the Panoramabar and the Watergate in Berlin. The Paragroove EP is the first Moon Harbour release by ONNO and contains the three original tracks Paragroove , Mumbling Groove and First Question , as well as a remix by the Paris-based Dyed Soundorom. Many people will already know this artist from his work as a resident deejay of the Circoloco nights at the DC10 in Ibiza. He recently founded the Apollonia label, together with his buddies Dan Ghenacia and Shonky. Last year, he toured Australia together with Moon Harbour label boss Matthias Tanzmann. ONNO's tracks captivate audiences with their straightforward dance-floor suitability and their dense grooves. Even if you get the impression that they are mere deejay tools when hearing them for the first time, you will soon realize that their subtle elements set them apart from other tracks. A ghostly vocal sample, for example, is what distinguishes the title track Paragroove. This track was selected by Dyed Soundorom for his remix. He takes everything down a few gears and gives the track a laid-back groove. The distinctive vocal snippets and hip-hop-like vocal samples are what make Mumbling Groove so special. Last but not least, the track First Question works perfectly as a trippy percussion tool.


Deejay.de: Supported by: Gregor Tresher, Monika Kruse, Anja Schneider, Pan-Pot, Marc Romboy, Robert Dietz, tINI, Sven Tasnadi, Andrea Oliva, Nic Fanciulli, Tuccillo, Meat, Philip Bader, Slam, Tobi Neumann, &Me, Nick Curly, Karotte, Davide Squillace, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Luca Bacchetti, Jimpster, Stacey Pullen, Tiefschwarz, Simon Flower, Pirupa, Arado, Re.You, Fabrizio Maurizi, Schlomi Aber, Martin Landsky, Todd Bodine, Gregor Tresher (Break New Soil) Yes, big EP again. Sable Sheep is on fire! Anja Schneider (Mobilee) Really love the work of Sable Sheep. Monika Kruse (Terminal M) Thy Suffer. But not me. Because this release is cool! Marc Romboy (Systematic) Upon burning is a great and outstanding track. Ray Okpara (Mobilee) Super EP! Andrew Grant (Circoloco) Straight fire!!! 5 stars only because i couldn't put 6. Andrea Oliva (Cadenza) Perfect grooves! Gonna play it out loud! Philip Bader Love this release. &Me (Keinemusik) Great release! Karotte (Break New Soil) Great EP. Love it! Luca Bacchetti (Ovum) Digging the whole EP, another goal!! This guy is on fire. Jimpster (Freerange) Cracking stuff! All four tracks are doing it. Re.You (Souvenir) I love Moon Harbour, another great release. Having become a member of the Moon Harbour agency and label family recently, Germany's mysterious Sable Sheep is back with a new four track EP that continues to explore his trademark tribal tinged tech house sound with great panache. Sable Sheep is no stranger to success given the widespread deployment of his previous tracks like 'Painting My Fur', and that's a good job, because all of his latest missives are sure-fire dancefloor dynamite. Upon Burning Skies is the opening track, and one that builds and builds in tension to an invisible peak that will have ravers on the edge of their feet as the tribal male chanting acts like a call to action above bouncing, buoyant kick drums and slick percussive details. A dub version is also included in the package. Torn To Pieces is another full-blooded groove that will lock you in from the very first rubbery kick and silvery hi hat ringlet. As they roll on next to each other without any friction at all, a knotted bassline and deft little synth stabs add some detail as a warm wind seems to howl in the background. Its stripped back but fills the airwaves and is the sort of physical track its impossible not to get carried away by. Finally, Thy Suffer is another warm concoction of sound that Sable Sheep fills with rattling drum hits and sandy shakers. Some twitching alien sounds suggest the presence of life amongst the machines and the deep looping kicks help draw you in. An EP produced with great precision restraint, Sable Sheep knows just how much to add into the without over doing things or allowing things to get stuck in a rut -- it's a perfect balancing act that is designed for maximum impact on the dancefloor.


Düsseldorf-based Arado and his Italian production partner, Marco Faraone, landed some major club hits during the past two years. They released on renowned labels like Desolat, All Inn and Area Remote and have also produced successful remixes for various artists. Now their new EP is being released on Moon Harbour. The title track Strange Neighbors is already one of the most sought-after tracks of the year. These tracks have already been appearing in the sets of Matthias Tanzmann and Ricardo Villalobos for quite some time now and have therefore created considerable hype in various online forums and Internet communities. A video of a Matthias Tanzmann set is currently circulating on YouTube, showing one of the famous sit-downs at a Circoloco Party in the Ibiza club DC10. The soundtrack to this sit-down is Strange Neighbors. The other two tracks on the EP are just as powerful as the title track and would each make a good A-side. A fourth track, called No People Here , is also available as a digital exclusive.


Not many labels make it to release number fifteen, let alone year 15, but that’s exactly the milestone the Moon Harbour family is celebrating throughout 2015. Headed up by esteemed DJ, producer, remixer and Circoloco/DC10 Ibiza resident Matthias Tanzmann and manager André Quaas, the Leipzig based label has lasted so long on account of it having always moved ahead of the times. Celebrated for its diverse output from tech house to minimal to deeper club sounds, the label’s ever evolving roster of artists is like a who’s who of the contemporary scene.It might have been around for 15 years then, but Moon Harbour and its ever evolving family still very much lead from the front. Supported by: Mathias Kaden, Ninetoes, Booka Shade, Clive Henry, Anja Schneider, Cuartero, Reboot, Andy Catana, Tim Green, Eddie Richards, Tensnake, Pirupa, Re.You, Davide Squillace, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Robert Dietz, Stacey Pullen, Robbie Akbal, 2000 And One, Riva Starr, Paco Osuna, M.A.N.D.Y., Tiefschwarz, Tripmastaz, Martin Landsky, Yousef, Sasha, Hector Couto, Technasia, Richy Ahmed, Catz’n’Dogz, Los Suruba, Karotte, Arado, Joris Voorn, ONNO, Detlef


Vinyl | Deejay.de: Digital | Beatport: Video by Henning Strüve & Vitali Gelwich Although Berlin based producer, DJ and live act Re.You has never had a full release on Moon Harbour before now, he appeared on the Shades of White EP alongside Philip Bader back in 2013. Now though, this three track solo outing confirms him as a perfect fit for the label. If you've ever heard drums as pristine and metallic, as shiny and glistening as these made by Re.You, then do let us know. they are things of wonder that demand you dance in their presence. Supported by: Dubfire, Tensnake, Booka Shade, M.A.N.D.Y., Felix Da Housecat, Anja Schneider, Martin Landsky, Kaiserdisco, Cuartero, Meat, Zohki & Roozlee, Superflu, East End Dubs, Davide Squillace, Sabb, Pirupa, Detlef, ONNO, Ralf Kollmann, Karotte, Joris Voorn, Oxia, DJ T, Ray Okpara, Mathias Kaden, 2000 And One, &Me, Stacey Pullen, DJ W!ld, Steve Lawler, Nic Fanciulli, Sable Sheep, Kaiserdisco


taken from Italoboyz vs. Blind Minded - Bekeke (MHR057-6) 2011 Moon Harbour Recordings Releasedate: 14.09.2011 buy it on juno buy it on beatport buy it on decks buy it at the moon harbour shop Supported by: Loco Dice, Monika Kruse, Raresh, Paco Osuna, Raresh, Enzo Siragusa, Estroe, Sven Tasnadi, Joshua Iz, Luca Bacchetti, Martin Landsky, Michael Reinboth, Ray Okpara, Reboot, Martin Eyerer, Alex Flitsch, Delete, Meat, Arado, Ralph Lawson, Timo Maas, Nic Fanciulli, Audiofly, M.A.N.D.Y., Lauhaus, Michel De Hey, Karotte, Martinez, Robert Dietz, Anthony Collins, Julietta, Fabrizio Maurizi, Jose Maria Ramon, Marco Faraone, Slam, Julien Chaptal Loco Dice (Desolat) Great!!! Paco Osuna (Plus8) Very nice EP. Full Support. Enzo Siragusa (Fuse London) Strong EP ,as always. Feeling Bekeke. Estroe (Conaisseur) Spooky Bird is very nice, will play! Other tracks are also quality stuff by the way. Sven Tasnadi (Cargo Edition) Spooky Bird is good! Yes! Joshua Iz (Vizual Records) Really cool end of summer sounds. Full support! Thanks! Luca Bacchetti (Hideout) No doubts! Bekeke will be a hit! I've played this tune all the summer! Great EP! Michael Reinboth (Compost) Nice whistle tune: Spooky Bird. Ray Okpara (Oslo) Nice tunes. Will play for shure. Martin Eyerer (Kling Klong) Next big smasher.will play tomorrow in my radioshow. Alex Flitsch (Connaisseur) Mamacita sounds sweet. Delete (Get Physical) Mamacita is the one for me! Meat (Freebase) I like it.ohh yeah.i like it! Arado (Moon Harbour) Great EP. Full support. Lauhaus (Remote Area) Dope track! Will play it for sure. Michel De Hey (Hey!) Damn cool shit! All 3 are excellent! Martinez (Moon Harbour) Cool grooves. I really like Spooky Bird but Bekeke and Mamacita sound ace too. Karotte (Cocoon) Bekeke is the one! Robert Dietz (Cadenza) Bekeke is the one for me. Nice stompy groove. Anthony Collins (Freak 'N Chic) Bekeke is super nice. Julietta (Harry Klein) Bekeke is great! Fabrizio Maurizi (m_nus) Bekeke Bekeke! Bravi ragazzi;-)) Ottimo lavoro! Jose Maria Ramon (Ibiza Global) Amazing! Perfect for play on Ibiza Global Radio. Marco Faraone (Moon Harbour) Amazing Tracks! Slam (Soma) Amazing stuff. Julien Chaptal (Remote Area) All of these tracks have something i like! Marco Donato and Federico Marton, better known as Italoboyz, moved to music metropolis London at the beginning of the 21st century. From there they started their career as producers, releasing their first records on labels such as Einmaleins, Treibstoff and Safari Electronique. They had their first big success with Viktor Casanova on Claude VonStroke's label Mothership and their subsequent records have continued to cause stirs on the dancefloor. Giorgio Cadamuro, aka Blind Minded, has been a friend of the Italoboyz for many years. Having finished his apprenticeship as an audio engineer in Australia, he also moved to London and because he had his roots as a drum & bass producer, „il martelletto -- the small hammer , as the three call the 4/4 beat -- was not initially his cup of tea. Over the years, however, he grew fond of this kind of music and eventually he also added his polish to several Italoboyz tracks. The title track Bekeke was originally chosen by Davide Squillace and Matthias Tanzmann for the mix-CD Circoloco @ DC10 - The Next Level , which came out in spring this year. Now the track is being released on Moon Harbour, with Spooky Bird und Mamacita on the B-side. All three tracks are characterized by a straight, uncomplicated groove. Bekeke stands out with a simple melody, combined with sporadically emerging disco stabs. Spooky Bird combines organic percussion and an engaging, almost random, whistling sound. The last track, Mamacita , is built around a disco loop and layers a distinctive vocal sequence, percussion and catchy rhodes-lick on top.


Deejay.de: bit.ly/MHR073_deejay Beatport: bit.ly/MHR073_Beatport MoonHarbourShop: bit.ly/MHR073_MHShop The next EP on Moon Harbour is one that continues to usher in a new wave of contemporary talent to the label. It finds Hector Cuartero hook up with wAFF, as well as contribute a solo track, then get remixed by Patrick Topping and Hector Couto. It will be the Spaniard’s second release on the label following last year’s Don’t Kill My Vibe EP, a collaboration with Sabb. This EP bristles with character and proves that Moon Harbour is still the leader when it comes to tech house, no matter who is making it for them. Supported by: Davide Squillace, Sasha, Paco Osuna, Sabb, Re.You, DJ W!LD, DJ T, Santé, Adana Twins, Sable Sheep, Sascha Dive, MEAT, Chris Wood, Tensnake, Felix Da Housecat, Kaiserdisco, Oxia, Mathias Kaden, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Shlomi Aber, Technasia, Todd Bodine, Detlef, Kiki


Deejay.de Beatport: Now a firm part of the modern Moon Harbour make up, frequent label artist Sven Tasnadi is back with a new EP that comes complete with a fantastic remix by Marco Faraone.The German producer last offered up his essential wares back in late summer 2013 with his Stop Talking EP, and has also released on great stables like Smallville, Cocoon and Poker Flat. His sound is deep and rhythmic and across three tracks here he lays down yet more infectious grooves that will whole floors under their spell. Each track on this EP manages to be seductively deep at the same time as being perfectly driven for the dancefloor, meaning that once again Sven Tasnadi and Moon Harbour have struck gold. Supported by: Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Booka Shade, Marco Carola, Sascha, Karotte, Adam Beyer, Davide Squillace, Pan-Pot, Monike Kruse, Nick Curly, Tiefschwarz, Super Flu, Anja Schneider, Luna City Express, Martin Eyerer, MEAT, Peter Kruder, Ida Engberg, Daniel Dreier, Zohki & Roozlee, Re.You, Clive Henry, Oliver Schories, Ante Perry, Felix Da Housecat, Reboot, Russ Yallop, Todd Bodine, Shinedoe, Cuartero, Arado, Chris Wood, ONNO, Pascal FEOS, Detlef


Supported by: Davide Squillace, M.A.N.D.Y., Joris Voorn, Rozzo, Nick Fanciulli, Tiefschwarz, Karotte, Audiofly, Stacey Pullen, Robert Dietz, Schlomi Aber, DJ W!ld, Anthony Collins, Markus Schatz, Tripmastaz, Sven Tasnadi, Luna City Express, Super Flu, Ralf Kollmann, Tucillo, Ekkohaus, Martin Eyerer, Shinedoe, Luca Bacchetti, Meat, Zohki & Roozlee, Marco Faraone M.A.N.D.Y. (Get Physical) Solid groove bombs. Joris Voorn (Rejected) Bomb EP! Karotte (Cocoon) Again great tracks by Sable Sheep. Davide Squillace (This And That) Rite in my laptop. Stacey Pullen Hot, hot, hot! Audiofly (Supernature) Yeah man! Full Support. Robert Dietz (Cadenza) Super cool release. Schlomi Aber (Be As One) Sable my man, keep it up. Rozzo (Mountain People) Keep It Rough is the kind of dirt we are looking for. Martin Eyerer (Kling Klong) I already loved Sable Sheep's EP on Be As One. Also this one is killer! Luca Bacchetti (Ovum) Great tracks! Sable Sheep is on fire! German producer Sable Sheep has so far layered up his propulsive drums on two releases for Be As One, but here makes his debut on Moon Harbour with a new four track EP that certainly lives up to its name. The EP kicks off with Hell Is Empty which is a deep, shuffling track that marries an undulating bassline to bubbly finger clicks and feathery light, almost dusty hi hats with the resultant effect one of seductive hypnosis as it subtly breakdown before beginning its march once again. Myrrh And Blood is more upright, with larger kick drums driving the thing along. Again the hi hats are airy and light, giving the groove plenty of character and adding to its bounce, with a precise bassline weaving its way through the whole track start to finish as the snares grow choppy and a spoken word monologue adds an element of human foreboding. The title track shows a lighter side with a jazzy melody darting about over kicks and hats that come together in a funky but heavyweight union, whilst closer All The Devils Are Here returns to the shadows, lurking with intent. The bassline is rubbery, the claps sound deliciously hollow and the bouncing groove is pure and unadulterated; one that will have heads going down and arms going up. Sable Sheep is a master of efficiency who can craft infectious and devastating grooves from only the simplest of elements: it's the way he designs them, though, that really makes him standout.


Beatport: Buy/Stream: The next release on Moon Harbour is a to-the-point one tracker from Dennis Cruz, who is one of tech house’s most prolific and widely played artists. With ‘El Sueño’, Dennis Cruz and Moon Harbour have surely secured another underground hit.


CD / Download available at: Beatport: Moon Harbour Shop: Amazon: Decks.de: Deejay.de: supported by: Nic Fanciulli, Nick Curly, Steve Lawler, Seth Troxler, Joris Voorn, Dubfire, Davide Squillace, Monika Kruse, Adam Port, DJ W!ld, Lauhaus, Re.You, Marc Romboy, Julietta, DJ T, Meat, Shlomi Aber, Tucillo, Federico Molinari, Luna City Express, &Me, Enzo Siragusa, Tripmastaz, Luca Bacchetti, Brothers' Vibe, Anthony Collins, Martin Eyerer, Fabrizio Maurizi, Michael Reinboth, Julietta, Italoboyz, Pascal FEOS, Catz 'n' Dogz, ANA, Pirupa, Delete, Ante Perry, Rozzo, Stacey Pullen, Adam Port (Keinemusik) Good to see mr Ekkohaus back on Moon Harbour! Love all tracks here in this pack. I think the groove in Reparations is my favorite one. Re.You (Souvenir) Thanks for sending, Moon Harbour never disappoints me. Meat (Freebase) Nice one. Ekkohaus is king. Tuccilo Nice EP. Love all tracks. Reparation is my fav. Luna City Express (Moon Harbour) Wonderful deep house album!!! Love all the tracks here. Seth Troxler (Visionquest) Love it! Enzo Siragusa (Fuse London) Good quality house music! really digging Rendevous. Luca Bacchetti (Ovum) Ekkohaus is always a guarantee. Once again beautiful tracks! Kabale Und Liebe (Sowieso) Cool trax! Just Click and reparations are my picks. Curious about the rest of the album!! Brothers' Vibe Big Fan! Looking forward to the rest of the album. Nick Curly (Cecille) Another great EP from Ekkohaus. Full support on this! Anthony Collins Always liked Ekkohaus music rocking beats. Martin Eyerer (Kling Kong) Actually all tracks are cool for me. Will use some in my radioshow! Fabrizio Maurizi (Minus) 5 stars for Ekko!!!.love all trax.a touch of class over there. Michael Reinboth (Compost) Yeah, good drive and slow mo jazz affair, like it! Julietta (Harry Klein) Yeah. That's nice. Greek born Kostas Tassopoulos aka Ekkohaus has readied his debut album for Moon Harbour. Entitled Noschool , it is the culmination of a close relationship between the Berlin based artist and the music label Moon Harbour Recordings from Leipzig. It dates back to 2008 and has seen Ekkohaus explore his trademark and very modern take on rich house over a number of regular releases at the sister label Cargo Edition. It was in the mid-nineties that Ekkohaus first started making music, but not until 2005 that he unleashed his debut release. Since then he has worked with labels like 2020Vision, Tsuba and Mule and has taken his live show to lauded clubs like fabric (London), Watergate (Berlin), Space (Ibiza) and many more. His debut album is a collection of new material from 2010 to 2012 and is titled as an anti-statement to the tiring old school / new school debates that rule the electronic community. Noschool is about bridging the space in between the two well respected schools , he says. For this project, I have used all possible means of production: analogue drum machines alongside with VST plug-ins, modular synths with Audio Units, original recordings as well as sample libraries. From the basslines to the sax lines, from the Rhodes phrases to the house beat, I hope there is something in there for everyone. The resulting 13 track album is one that explores the Greek's signature sound -- warm 4/4 beats, involving bass and cute sampling -- but also leans on a whole lifetime of influence from jazz to funk, hip hop to dub to disco. Though offering plenty of dance floor dynamite along the way, Noschool also stands up to home listening or Sunday driving sessions. The album features a number of exciting collaborations including Robert Würz on saxophone ( A Drive , D58 and Mark Ma Words ), Jon J-Lab playing bass on Reparations and Lady Blacktronika singing on Chasing Brown. As well as this, field recordings from Barcelona, Athens and Istanbul add an organic and real world element to the album from start to finish. From the romantic jazz-house vibes of the opener A Drive to more propulsive but equally deep house cuts like Reparations each track tells a story. Cuts like Keep Your Eyes On Me are loose and freeform, vintage sounding yet forward facing, where Buzzin Fly works on both your head and heel with its contrasting textures and lush melodies. Additionally to the album itself, coming on CD and as digital download, there will be an Ekkohaus - Noschool vinyl sampler released, with Touch House , Reparations , Just Click and Rendezvous all included.


With Moon Harbour boss Matthias Tanzmann’s latest and greatest album Momentum still making an impact on global dance floors, his label now looks to remix some key tracks from it. Getting the nod on the first of two such packages is returning favourite Andrea Oliva, plus new school stars Andhim and the legendary figures that are Josh Wink and Jesse Rose. All four cuts here really pack a punch and prove that Moon Harbour exactly have their finger on the pulse when it comes to fine remix talents. Supported by: Marco Carola, Tensnake, Ralf Kollmann, Nicole Moudaber, Ninetoes, Gel Abril, Massimo DaCosta, Adrian Flavour, Daniel Stefanik, Daniel Dreier, Sascha Koesch, Re.You, Lewftwink & Kody, Reboot, Jamie Jones, UNER, Riva Starr, Maximiljan, Karotte, Roger Sanchez, Hector Couto, Matthias Meyer, Emanuel Satie, Robbie Akbal, Jose Maria Ramon, Michel De Hey, Sasha, Adam Port, Paul C. Paul Ritch, Paco Osuna, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Peter Kruder, Anja Schneider, Super Flu, youANDme, MEAT, Cusceballos, Paolo Martini, ONNO, Mark Knight, Sven Tasnadi, Sidney Charles


For their next EP, Moon Harbour welcome back Daniel Stefanik - an artist who has been a core part of the family since 2005. As well as serving up one vinyl exclusive, this EP features a fully licensed cover-version of Hardrive's classic ‘Deep Inside,’ which originally started as an edit Daniel made last year, but has since found its way into some key DJ sets and become quite in demand.


Moon Harbour’s Orbiter series showcases label associates old and new, and now hits a third instalment in fine style with cuts from Sabb & Manu Gonzalez, Raw District, Re.You & Lazarusman and Hauswerks. Once again then, the latest instalment in the Orbiter series packs a real punch across four essential tracks. Supported by: Nic Fanciulli, Tiefschwarz, Marco Carola, Roger Sanchez, Sasha, Hector Couto, Pirupa, Peter Kruder, Martin Eyerer, Karotte, Animal Trainer, Reboot, Supernova, Adana Twins, Arado, Vangelis Kostoxenakis, Dario D'Attis, Robbie Akbal, Acid Pauli, Christian Nielsen, Gunnar Stiller, Hot Since 82, Gel Abril, Dubfire, Anja Schneider, Richy Ahmed, Steve Lawler, Alexi Delano, Eddie Richards, Paolo Martini, Santé, Cuartero, Riva Starr, Paul C, Oliver Schories, Joseph Capriati, Paco Osuna, Mat.Joe, MEAT, Mark Knight, Chus+Ceballos, Sidney Charles, Sven Tasnadi, Anek, Chris Wood


Moon Harbour is delighted to welcome German-Turk Butch for its next EP, a scintillating two tracker full of the prolific producer's usual dance floor clout. A fine remix from Stereo Tension boss Ellroy finishes the package off in style. All three tracks here are perfect bits of dancing dynamite that will have crowds all over the world going wild. Supported by: Paco Osuna, Robbie Akbal, Andhim, Hector Cuoto, Tiefschwarz, Chris Wood, Cuartero, Mathias Kaden, Arado, Kiki, Brothers’ Vibe, Tensnake, Sasha, Riva Starr, Leftwing & Kody, Yousef, Karotte, Anja Schneider, Mendo, Detlef, Adana Twins, Monika Kruse, Tom Novy, Super Flu, Philip Bader, Los Suruba, Saeed Younan, Gel Abril, Stacey Pullen, Tiger Stripes, Gregor Tresher, Jimpster, Reboot, MEAT, Russ Yallop, Maximiljan


Beatport: Supported by: Loco Dice, Gregor Tresher, 2000 And One, Anthony Collins, Ralf Kollmann, Nic Fanciulli, Ana, Super Flu, Slam, Federico Molinari, Paco Osuna, Lauhaus, Julien Chaptal, Livio & Roby, Shlomi Aber, Luna City Express, Timo Maas, Nick Curly, Monika Kruse, Kabale Und Liebe, Martin Eyerer Gregor Tresher (Break New Soil) All killers, no fillers! Will play a lot! Anthony Collins (Curle) Very nice tracks. Ralf Kollmann (Mobilee) The long awaited follow up. Nice one. Slam (Soma) Loving this, thanks. Livio & Roby (Desolat) Killler release. we will play thanks! Karotte (Break New Soil) I like Anything and It's Not The Time. Good EP from the boys. Nick Curly (Cecille) Great release! Monika Kruse (Terminal M) Good EP. Kabale Und Liebe (Soweso) Dope groovers here. Martin Eyerer (Kling Klong) All 4 tracks are perfect for the new season 2012! I will play them in my radioshow. Luca Bacchetti (Ovum) It's Not The Time by Marco is dope! New Life is another bomb for big floors. Arado & Marco Faraone Goodfellas EP 2012 Moon Harbour Rec. / LC-11565 Download MHD001 4250330589331 08.02.2012 Last year, with their first Moon Harbour release, the Strange Neighbors EP , Arado and Marco Faraone proved that they know how to produce club hits. The title track represents a milestone in the careers of both deejays; and their calendars have become significantly fuller. For their new Goodfellas EP -- which is the first release of a new digital-only series on Moon Harbour -- each artist contributed two solo tracks. Anything and New Life are Arado's very first solo productions. This time, after several collaborations, he decided to record on his own in the studio. The result: two irresistible groove tools that roll over the dance floor with unstoppable energy. Marco Faraone has already produced several solo recordings. His two tracks on the EP are also clearly committed to the groove. It's Not The Time was one of the highlights in Matthias Tanzmann's sets last summer -- similar to Strange Neighbors the year before last. Like in many other tracks by these two artists, the focus is on the beats. The suspense develops through the arrangements. The last track, Orange Again , therefore seems slightly restrained but grabs the listener with a nonchalantly knocked off groove.


Release/catalogue number: MHD007 Release date: Jan 31, 2013 Supported by: Davide Squillace, Tiefschwarz, Adam Beyer, Karotte, Anja Schneider, Steve Lawler, Nick Curly, Michel de Hey, Guido Schneider, Martin Eyerer, Ray Okpara, Luna City Express, Clive Henry, Stacy Pullen, Superflu, Anthony Collins, Kabale Und Liebe, Sven Tasnadi, Miss Jools, Pascal Feos, Italoboyz, Fabrizio Maurizi, Todd Bodine, Pirupa, Tripmastaz, Ralf Kollmann, ONNO, Andrew Grant, Meat, Brothers' Vibe, Arado Karotte (Cocoon) Great EP from Philip. Like all the tracks. Davide Squillace (This And That) Great, great, great! Adam Beyer (Drumcode) Excellent EP, love the Philip Bader stuff and with a Matthias Tanzmann remix on top, brilliant! Nick Curly (Cecille) Great release, Rabbit Noise is may fav. Michel de Hey (Hey) Excellent clubtracks, rings my bell. Martin Eyerer (Kling Klong) Very good release. Love all mixes. Will play in my show as well. Ray Okpara (Mobilee) Matthias Tanzmann Remix for me. Bomb! Tiefschwarz (Souvenir) Super package! Stacey Pullen Oh Yeah, I take it! Todd Bodine (Highgrade) Love the EP! Great tunes from my mate Philip. ONNO (Moon Harbour) Great EP, love it! Suber Bell (Matthias Tanzmann remix) & Rabbit Noise are my favs! Meat (Freebase) Almost 5 stars! Great tunes! Germany's Philip Bader is a well-travelled techno producer with releases on esteemed labels like Highgrade, Saved, and now Moon Harbour. Here he serves up three brand new deep cuts that get backed with a remix from the boss himself, Matthias Tanzmann. The opening track Super Bell is produced alongside Marius Maier, better known simply as Re.You, and over the course of 7 minutes lowers you into an ever silkier groove with fluttering snares and dusty hi hats softening the edges of the beats. Colourful xylophone like melodies rain down between a dark, heavily treated voice but the rolling up-down undulation of the bass never ceases. For his remix, Matthias Tanzmann injects more percussive energy, with snares and rolls panning left and right to bring even more movement to the groove. The melodic blobs are removed yet the voices remain; it's a deft retouch that cannot fail to sweep you up. Rabbit Noise has more buffed metallic percussion and real sound snares scattered over a plump kick drum that pumps away invitingly as eerie melodies unfold up top. They snake and weave, pulling you in this direction then that until eventually claps join the mix and add extra bite to the beats. The icing on the cake is the breakout of a female wail toward the end, something that really makes the trip peak just when you need it to. Way to Mexico is the least shadowy and sulky of the lot, rubbery kicks roll beneath a cloud of voices, yelps and yeahs and feathery percussion litters the airwaves. They make for an outdoor, carnival-sounding track that has your thoughts turning to the summer and some outdoor terrace in mid afternoon. These tracks are subtle and slow to unfold, the results, though, are never anything less than hypnotic.


Moon Harbour always looks forward and to that end, they waste no time in pushing on past the landmark 100th release with a new offering from contemporary champion Sidney Charles. Hamburg's Charles has become known for a rock-solid, no-frills style of chunky house and tech that has seen him become a firm favorite with both DJs and dancers. Supported by: Nic Fanciulli, Dubfire, DJ T., Christian Nielsen, Marco Carola, Thomas Stieler, Felix Da Housecat, Oxia, Waze & Odyssey, Tensnake, Reboot, Massimo Da Costa, Adrian Flavour, Zohki, Uner, Monika Kruse, Riva Starr, Luna City Express, Dario D’Attis, Huxley, Roger Sanchez, Doorly, Hector Couto, Steve Lawler, Mathias Kaden, Stacey Pullen, Caleb Calloway, Santé, Gunnar Stiller, Kaiserdisco, Gorge, Nicole Moudaber, Paul C, Anek, Sven Tasnadi, Super Flu, Chusceballos, Joseph Capriati, Paco Osuna, Maximiljan, Sabb, Paolo Martini, youANDme, MEAT, Hector Romero


Deejay.de: bit.ly/MHR073_deejay Beatport: bit.ly/MHR073_Beatport MoonHarbourShop: bit.ly/MHR073_MHShop The next EP on Moon Harbour is one that continues to usher in a new wave of contemporary talent to the label. It finds Hector Cuartero hook up with wAFF, as well as contribute a solo track, then get remixed by Patrick Topping and Hector Couto. It will be the Spaniard’s second release on the label following last year’s Don’t Kill My Vibe EP, a collaboration with Sabb. This EP bristles with character and proves that Moon Harbour is still the leader when it comes to tech house, no matter who is making it for them. Supported by: Davide Squillace, Sasha, Paco Osuna, Sabb, Re.You, DJ W!LD, DJ T, Santé, Adana Twins, Sable Sheep, Sascha Dive, MEAT, Chris Wood, Tensnake, Felix Da Housecat, Kaiserdisco, Oxia, Mathias Kaden, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Shlomi Aber, Technasia, Todd Bodine, Detlef, Kiki


Moon Harbour Shop: Beatport: decks.de: deejay.de: Releasedate: 23.05.2012 Supported by: Dubfire, Sneak, Mathias Kaden, Karotte, Chris Lattner, Anthony Collins, Mathias Schaffhäuser, Arado, tINI, Raresh, Federico Molinari, Robert Dietz, Sven Tasnadi, ONNO, Kabale Und Liebe, Lauhaus, Super Flu, Audiofly, Todd Bodine, Ian Pooley, Nic Fanciulli, Tripmastaz, Anthea, Luca Bacchetti, Gregor Tresher, Martin Eyerer, Delete, Martinez, Hector, Alexi Delano, Marco Faraone, Johnny D Dubfire (Sci-Tec) Bombs! DJ Sneak (Magnetic) Great EP! Anthony Collins Very nice package of strong tracks Mathias Kaden (Freude Am Tanzen) Very good compilation. Chris Lattner (Moon Harbour) Very cool EP. I really like Matthias' track. But also Andy Catana's Zebroid or Guido Schneider's Luna. Ekkohaus also did a fantastic job! Can't decide which one is the best. Robert Dietz (Cadenza) Nice collection of deep and pumping tunes here. Kabale Und Liebe (Soweso) Dope selection. Guido Schneider brings he ruckus. Lauhaus (Soweso) Dope compilation. Audiofly (Supernature) All great tracks here, but the clear winner in my opinion is Guido Schneider's Luna. Amazing! Luca Bacchetti (Ovum) Moon Harbour is on fire! Summer bombs. Hector (Phonica) Great compilation. Three years have passed since the last Moon Harbour Inhouse Compilation came out. Now Moon Harbour Inhouse Vol.4 is on its way. In accordance with the tried and tested concept, this release also showcases the work of current Moon Harbour artists. In addition to exclusive tracks by Matthias Tanzmann, Luna City Express, Dan Drastic, Ekkohaus, Martinez, Italoboyz, Andy Catana and Blind Minded, special guests like Reboot, Guido Schneider, Boris Werner and tINI & Marc Antona are also represented on this compilation. The list of artists clearly demonstrates that Moon Harbour has developed into a label with international scope and appeal. This sampler was compiled and mixed by Dan Drastic, who has been part of Moon Harbour's artist roster for more than seven years and recently released his Noodle Stories EP on our label. He regularly hosts the Moon Harbour Nights at the Leipzig club Distillery and is one of the most active Moon Harbour deejays, together with Matthias Tanzmann and Luna City Express. The musical styles on Moon Harbour Inhouse Vol. 4 range from the deep house of Luna City Express and Ekkohaus to the reduced groovy tech house á la tINI & Marc Antona, Andy Catana and Boris Werner and the floor fillers by Reboot and Dan Drastic. In this sense the selection of tracks mirrors the current breadth of styles represented by the label in its 12th year. Since the third Inhouse Compilation, a lot has happened at Moon Harbour. In addition to the releases of the albums Hello From Planet Earth by Luna City Express (2009) and Paradigm Shift by Martinez (2010), the tenth anniversary of the label was celebrated with gusto in 2010 complete with the compilation and club tour, Ten Years Of Moon Harbour. The year 2010 also marked the birth of the monthly Moon Harbour Radio Show. Luna City Express and Dan Drastic have been taking turns producing this show, which has already had more than 25 editions. The year 2011 marked another special occasion: our sister label Cargo Edition celebrated its fifth anniversary with the compilation Five Years Of Cargo Edition. In the summer of 2011, Moon Harbour released the compilation CD Circoloco @ DC10 Ibiza - The Next Level , mixed by Matthias Tanzmann and Davide Squillace. This year started off with yet another important step: the launch of Moon Harbour Digital. So far this new digital platform has seen releases by Arado & Marco Faraone, ONNO and Nil By Mouth. To celebrate the release of Moon Harbour Inhouse Vol.4 , there will be numerous record release showcases.


Deejay.de: bit.ly/MHR073_deejay Beatport: bit.ly/MHR073_Beatport MoonHarbourShop: bit.ly/MHR073_MHShop The next EP on Moon Harbour is one that continues to usher in a new wave of contemporary talent to the label. It finds Hector Cuartero hook up with wAFF, as well as contribute a solo track, then get remixed by Patrick Topping and Hector Couto. It will be the Spaniard’s second release on the label following last year’s Don’t Kill My Vibe EP, a collaboration with Sabb. This EP bristles with character and proves that Moon Harbour is still the leader when it comes to tech house, no matter who is making it for them. Supported by: Davide Squillace, Sasha, Paco Osuna, Sabb, Re.You, DJ W!LD, DJ T, Santé, Adana Twins, Sable Sheep, Sascha Dive, MEAT, Chris Wood, Tensnake, Felix Da Housecat, Kaiserdisco, Oxia, Mathias Kaden, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Shlomi Aber, Technasia, Todd Bodine, Detlef, Kiki


CD / Download available at: Beatport: Moon Harbour Shop: Amazon: Decks.de: Deejay.de: supported by: Nic Fanciulli, Nick Curly, Steve Lawler, Seth Troxler, Joris Voorn, Dubfire, Davide Squillace, Monika Kruse, Adam Port, DJ W!ld, Lauhaus, Re.You, Marc Romboy, Julietta, DJ T, Meat, Shlomi Aber, Tucillo, Federico Molinari, Luna City Express, &Me, Enzo Siragusa, Tripmastaz, Luca Bacchetti, Brothers' Vibe, Anthony Collins, Martin Eyerer, Fabrizio Maurizi, Michael Reinboth, Julietta, Italoboyz, Pascal FEOS, Catz 'n' Dogz, ANA, Pirupa, Delete, Ante Perry, Rozzo, Stacey Pullen, Adam Port (Keinemusik) Good to see mr Ekkohaus back on Moon Harbour! Love all tracks here in this pack. I think the groove in Reparations is my favorite one. Re.You (Souvenir) Thanks for sending, Moon Harbour never disappoints me. Meat (Freebase) Nice one. Ekkohaus is king. Tuccilo Nice EP. Love all tracks. Reparation is my fav. Luna City Express (Moon Harbour) Wonderful deep house album!!! Love all the tracks here. Seth Troxler (Visionquest) Love it! Enzo Siragusa (Fuse London) Good quality house music! really digging Rendevous. Luca Bacchetti (Ovum) Ekkohaus is always a guarantee. Once again beautiful tracks! Kabale Und Liebe (Sowieso) Cool trax! Just Click and reparations are my picks. Curious about the rest of the album!! Brothers' Vibe Big Fan! Looking forward to the rest of the album. Nick Curly (Cecille) Another great EP from Ekkohaus. Full support on this! Anthony Collins Always liked Ekkohaus music rocking beats. Martin Eyerer (Kling Kong) Actually all tracks are cool for me. Will use some in my radioshow! Fabrizio Maurizi (Minus) 5 stars for Ekko!!!.love all trax.a touch of class over there. Michael Reinboth (Compost) Yeah, good drive and slow mo jazz affair, like it! Julietta (Harry Klein) Yeah. That's nice. Greek born Kostas Tassopoulos aka Ekkohaus has readied his debut album for Moon Harbour. Entitled Noschool , it is the culmination of a close relationship between the Berlin based artist and the music label Moon Harbour Recordings from Leipzig. It dates back to 2008 and has seen Ekkohaus explore his trademark and very modern take on rich house over a number of regular releases at the sister label Cargo Edition. It was in the mid-nineties that Ekkohaus first started making music, but not until 2005 that he unleashed his debut release. Since then he has worked with labels like 2020Vision, Tsuba and Mule and has taken his live show to lauded clubs like fabric (London), Watergate (Berlin), Space (Ibiza) and many more. His debut album is a collection of new material from 2010 to 2012 and is titled as an anti-statement to the tiring old school / new school debates that rule the electronic community. Noschool is about bridging the space in between the two well respected schools , he says. For this project, I have used all possible means of production: analogue drum machines alongside with VST plug-ins, modular synths with Audio Units, original recordings as well as sample libraries. From the basslines to the sax lines, from the Rhodes phrases to the house beat, I hope there is something in there for everyone. The resulting 13 track album is one that explores the Greek's signature sound -- warm 4/4 beats, involving bass and cute sampling -- but also leans on a whole lifetime of influence from jazz to funk, hip hop to dub to disco. Though offering plenty of dance floor dynamite along the way, Noschool also stands up to home listening or Sunday driving sessions. The album features a number of exciting collaborations including Robert Würz on saxophone ( A Drive , D58 and Mark Ma Words ), Jon J-Lab playing bass on Reparations and Lady Blacktronika singing on Chasing Brown. As well as this, field recordings from Barcelona, Athens and Istanbul add an organic and real world element to the album from start to finish. From the romantic jazz-house vibes of the opener A Drive to more propulsive but equally deep house cuts like Reparations each track tells a story. Cuts like Keep Your Eyes On Me are loose and freeform, vintage sounding yet forward facing, where Buzzin Fly works on both your head and heel with its contrasting textures and lush melodies. Additionally to the album itself, coming on CD and as digital download, there will be an Ekkohaus - Noschool vinyl sampler released, with Touch House , Reparations , Just Click and Rendezvous all included.


Supported by: Adam Beyer, Marc Romboy, Reboot, Gregor Tresher, Martin Eyerer, Boris Werner, Martin Landsky, Luca Bacchetti, Sascha Dive, Kabale Und Liebe, Arado, Lauhaus, Anthony Collins, Chris Tietjen, Michael Reinboth, Ekkohaus, Luna City Express Release/catalogue number: MHD006 Release date: Dec 21, 2012 The next release on Matthias Tanzmann's Moon Harbour will be a first appearance on the label for Steve Lawler with only his second EP of the year. The VIVa Music boss has long been a cornerstone of the underground tech house scene, not only with his own raw productions, but so too because of the talent he nurtures at the label, and the parties he headlines and hosts around the world from Ministry of Sound to Sankeys Ibiza. The first track is 'Silk Roads', a purposeful house track that shows Lawler's knack for crafting slightly tribal, always engaging grooves with rolling sub bass holding it all together. The production is meticulous, with plenty of contrasting surfaces rubbing against each other, folding in over and over and taking you with them each time. There's as much for the head as the heel though, with a loft melody floating up top to finish off a classy bit of work. 'Hoffman's Potion' doesn't mess about and immediately settles into another of Lawler's trademark grooves. Precision cut claps and hi hats bring height to the low down kicks, whilst muted but slightly ravey stabs add a mischievous edge to the track. Just as you get settled, the final third comes alive again with another lingering melody: it's a simple yet effective touch that will bring reactions from the floor and keep people locked right until the end. Refreshingly modern and typically well designed from someone with Lawler's credentials, Moon Harbour have secured something a rare but deserved outing from the VIVA boss.


deejay.de: Beatport: moonharbourshop.com: Following on from previous standout Inhouse compilations on Moon Harbour comes the latest instalment, Volume 6. This time with 12 exclusive tracks presented digitally and on a 2 x 12” vinyl pack, young label associate Marco Faraone has also gone to work on fusing them all together into one magical set that will be available upon release. The compilation features music from a range of producers – some have been with the label a while, some are newer recruits, but all of them fit in with the internationally acclaimed and renowned Moon Harbour aesthetic. This compilation once again proves that Moon Harbour evolves and experiments with subtle new sounds each year. What’s more, the label always stays true to their groove focussed; dancefloor aligned house sound whether they call upon experienced old stars or hot new protégés alike. Supported by: Dubfire, Marco Carola, Sasha, Anja Schneider, Karotte, Gregor Tresher, Martin Eyerer, Riva Starr, Tiefschwarz, Rampa, Audiofly, Reboot, Kaiserdisco, Robert Dietz, Paco Osuna, Luca Bacchetti, Pirupa, Oxia, ONNO, Daniel Dreier, Sabb, Rüde Hagelstein, Oliver Schories, Martin Landsky, Santé, Timo Maas, Steve Lawler, Stacey Pullen, Hector Couto, Super Flu, Marc Romboy, Felix Da Housecat, Cuartero, Arado


Ahead of the release of his first full-length album on the label, Moon Harbour regular Sven Tasnadi serves up a first single from it. As well as his original, globally recognised DJ and producer Doorly and Danish talent Christian Nielsen both turn out compelling remixes. This is irresistible dancing music that more than augurs well for the forthcoming full length from Sven Tasnadi. Supported by: Nic Fanciulli, Paco Osuna, M.A.N.D.Y., Tensnake, Anja Schneider, Riva Starr, Luna City Express, Martin Landsky, Superflu, Sabb, Hector Couto, Monika Kruse, MEAT, Kaiserdisco, Karotte, Zohki & Roozlee, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, Amine Edge, Reboot, Ralph Lawson, Technasia, Sasha, Oliver Schories, Yousef, Cuartero, Detlef


Nil By Mouth Broken Bones EP 2012 Moon Harbour Rec. / LC-11565 MHD003 Releasedate: 07.05.2012 The next release on Moon Harbour comes from mysterious Australian production duo Nil By Mouth. The pair prefers to lurk in the shadows and let their music speak for itself, but so far they have released a considered brand of deep house on labels like Suruba, Save Room and Affin. This four track Broken Legs EP is no different. It kicks off with the wavy, deep and groovy house of 'Glabella'. Plenty of radiant pads bring the heat, whilst a lovelorn vocal speaks of the challenges of finding love. It's heartfelt without losing a certain sense of grit, where next cut 'Sphenoid' is more percussive and chattery in its grooves. Intricate sound design and subtly shifting rhythmic patterns sweep you up and never let you go until the final beat. 'Zygomatic' has pinging analogue bass notes as its foundation whilst choppy drums and a humid tribalism characterise the top. Some circling synth sounds add a sci-fi sense of futurism and the whole thing is forever shifting in form. 'Ulna' is the most colourful, with bright chords bouncing between louche kick drums and crisp, reflective percussion. It's a classic house groove done in a thoroughly modern way with great use of a male voice to bring the human element. This EP, then, will likely have many more people wondering exactly who are Nil by Mouth.


For Moon Harbour’s next top tech house trick they invite studio and dance floor wizard Marco Faraone to serve up two great originals and then have Santé and Mathias Kaden remix them to perfection. This fine coming together of old and new Moon Harbour associates is another testament to the label’s ability to evolve ahead of the times. Supported by: Paco Osuna, Adam Beyer, Matthew Dear, DJ T., Tom Novy, Ralf Kollmann, Brothers’ Vibe, Lexer, Robbie Akbal, DJ W!LD, Re.You, Yousef, Detlef, Hector Couto, Gel Abril, Martin Landsky, Maximiljan, Reboot, Tensnake, Super Flu, Luciano, Felix Da Housecat, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire, ONNO, Sable Sheep, Russ Yallop, Riva Starr, Arado, Zohki, Chris Wood, Anja Schneider, Cuartero, Luca Bacchetti, Karotte


A year after he made his debut on Moon Harbour alongside wAFF, Spanish house force Cuartero is back with a firing new EP featuring three tracks full of heavyweight dancefloor dynamite. It is an EP that proves Cuartero really knows how to make his sounds jump out of the speakers. Supported by: Paco Osuna, Los Suruba, Nick Curly, Kaiserdisco, Maximiljan, Sasha, Arado, Catz ‘n Dogz, Robbie Akbal, Martin Landsky, Yousef, Hector, Santé, MEAT, Gel Abril, Zohki, Marco Carola, Karotte, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Dubfire


The 99th release on Moon Harbour comes from one of the label’s new school heroes, namely UK artist wAFF. He serves up a brace of brilliant tunes that get complemented by a fine remix from label regular Butch. Supported by: Supernova, Oxia, Gunnar Stiller, Cuartero, Hot Since 82, Andhim, Eddie Richards, Nick Curly, Joris Voorn, Chris Wood, Dubfire, Dario D’Attis, Jesse Rose, Sidney Charles, Roger Sanchez, Anek, Huxley, Gregor Tresher, Pirupa, Tripmastaz, Yousef, Steve Lawler, Russ Yallop, Adana Twins, Daniel Stefanik, Guy Gerber, Arado, Zohki, Jey Kurmis, UNER, Peter Kruder, Anja Schneider, Riva Starr, Paco Osuna, Animal Trainer, Gel Abril, Ninetoes, Maximiljan, Hector Couto, Felix Da Housecat, Super Flu, Martin Landsky, Los Suruba, Leftwing & Kody, Sasha, Joseph Capriati, Jonas Rathsman, ONNO, Pele & Shawnecy, Sabb, Tiger Stripes, Thomas Stieler, Sante, Mark Knight, Paolo Martini, Karotte, Chusceballos, Mathias Kaden, Paul C, Marco Carola


Moon Harbour are delighted to welcome a huge summer signing for their next EP: foremost UK producer Huxley turns out three club rocking tunes that all make the big impressions he is known for. These are three charming and characterful house bangers that ooze all the usual trademark Huxley qualities. Supported by: Booka Shade, Russ Yallop, Marco Carola, Massimo DaCosta, Gorge, Jamie Jones, Roger Sanchez, Pirupa, Paolo Martini, Adam Beyer, Hot Since 82, Hector Couto, Robbie Akbal, Jonas Rathsman, Anek, Dario DAttis, Adrian Flavour, Alex Kennon, Paco Osuna, UNER, Tensnake, Gel Abril, Chus+Ceballos, Mat.Joe, Maximiljan, Leftwing & Kody, Paul C, Chris Nielsen, Riva Starr, Steve Lawler, Mark Knight, Nic Fanciulli, Nico Cabeza, Luna City Express, Sidney Charles, DJ T., Sven Tasnadi


Keeping up their always busy and on point release schedule, Moon Harbour line up a brand new name for their second outing of 2016: Jey Kurmis is the man behind the Refresh EP, a three track affair that showcases the fine production chops that have made him one of the fastest rising UK producers out there. This EP proves Kermis has a fine sense of groove as well as a great range within his chosen genre, and it is sure to fly as a result. Supported by: Paco Osuna, M.A.N.D.Y., Hector, Super Flu, Eddie Richards, Ralf Kollman, Leftwing & Kody, Arado, Reboot, ONNO, Cuartero, Karotte, Maximiljan, Robbie Akbal, Yousef, Zohki, Joris Voorn, Felix Da Housecat, Santé, Gel Abril, Sasha, Detlef, Joseph Capriati, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Sven Tasnadi, MEAT, Russ Yallop, Marco Faraone


Adam Port - Basement feat. Daniel Wilde (MHR056) incl. Remix by Matthias Tanzmann Releasedate: July 20th 2011 - - - - - Video by Mark Pistoor () Made for Liubo Ursiny and Elevate, Bulgaria () - - - - - buy: beatport: juno records: decks: Moon Harbour Shop: details: Supported by: Dubfire, Nic Fanciulli, Audiofly, Gregor Tresher, Martin Eyerer, Karotte, Anthiny Collins, Julietta, Tiefschwarz, Meat, Andrew Grant, Paco Osuna, Nick Curly, Robert Dietz, Martinez, Enzo Siragusa, Federico Molinari, Jose Belo, Jose Maria Ramon, Julien Chaptal, Arado, Raresh, Kabale Und Liebe, Martin Landsky, Simon Flower, DJ T, DJ W!ld, Anja Schneider, Slam, Ralph Kollmann Gregor Tresher (Break New Soil) I like both mixes of Basement - will play! Martin Eyerer (Kling Klong) Adam is becoming more and more the man of the hour. Another big shot! Karotte (Break New Soil) Again a great release from Adam! Matthias Tanzmann's mix is also nice. Great release! DJ W!ld (W) Support, will play. Anthony Collins (Freak 'n' Chic) Wicked release. Julietta (Harry Klein) Very good tracks! Tell You is a bomb. Tiefschwarz (Souvenir) Awesome! Thank you fort he music. Meat (Freebase) The vocals make this tune very special! Well done! Andrew Grant (Circoloco) Thank You. Matthias' rmx for me is the best. Paco Osuna (Plus8) Matthias Tanzmann always rocks. Nick Curly (Cecille) Super release, full support. Robert Dietz (Cadenza) Super release, as usual. full support for the original of Basement and the remix of Matthias. Martinez (Moon Harbour) Really phat release! Dope tunes, will play them a lot. Enzo Siragusa (Fuse) Quality peak time stuff, Matthias Tanzmann remix is for me. Federico Molinari (Oslo) Nice EP! Jose Belo (Bloop) Moon Harbour keeps delivering the club tracks that matter. Super Matthias Tanzmann remix! Jose Maria Ramon (Ibiza Global Radio) Matthias Tanzmann remix is great! Full support from Ibiza Global Radio. Julien Chaptal (Remote Area) Loving Tell You! Will probably also drop the others. Great release. Arado (Moon Harbour) Great release. Like the Matthias Tanzmann remix. Raresh (Arpiar) Good EP. Kabale Und Liebe (Remote Area) Basement is dope!! I also like the remix. Martin Landsky (Pokerflat) Basement for me here. Both versions are cool. Simon Flower (Curl Curl) Another classic Moon Harbour release! Love original and mix of Basement. Adam Port's background as a techno and house producer eschews many house music clichés, with his first musical influences actually coming from the hardcore scene of the east coast metropolises of the USA. Along with his straight-edge lifestyle, hip hop was also a crucial part of his life and which led to him learning to spin records. Fortunately for us he found his way to electronic music and especially to house music, otherwise the scene would be without a very talented musician. On his Moon Harbour debut, his ability in creative sampling comes to the fore. The central theme of Basement is the drum loop, which in spite of its simplicity keeps the track vibrant and organic. Daniel Wilde's vocals add a haunting atmosphere and characterise many of Port's tracks. Together you can just feel the dark but enthusiastic vibes of techno basement parties. In his remix Moon Harbour label-boss Matthias Tanzmann places less importance on the drum loop and concentrates more on small and detailed effects without abandoning his trademark dry and reduced funk. The track Tell you delivers a crazy disco jam, highly polished with piano and drum loops and a vocal sample as sweet as candy - catchy without being cheesy.


Back in June 2016, Riva Starr first appeared on Moon Harbour with a raw remix of Paul C & Paolo Martini’s 'Rotation', which turned out to be a track that quickly found its way into some key DJ bags and stood out in myriad sets this summer. Now the Italian house talent is back to make his full debut with a solo EP entitled It Is True that is packed with real dance floor heat. This EP manages to be to the point and effective without sacrificing any of Riva Starr’s textbook production charm. Supported by: Paco Osuna, Mendo, ONNO, Yousef, Tripmastaz, Pirupa, Zohki, Arado, Santé, Karotte, Martin Landsky, Reboot, Steve Lawler, Joseph Capriati, Timo Maas, Sabb, Stacey Pullen, Luna City Express, Lexer, Acid Pauli


Supported by: Gregor Tresher, Monika Kruse, Anja Schneider, Pan-Pot, Marc Romboy, Robert Dietz, tINI, Sven Tasnadi, Andrea Oliva, Nic Fanciulli, Tuccillo, Meat, Philip Bader, Slam, Tobi Neumann, &Me, Nick Curly, Karotte, Davide Squillace, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Luca Bacchetti, Jimpster, Stacey Pullen, Tiefschwarz, Simon Flower, Pirupa, Arado, Re.You, Fabrizio Maurizi, Schlomi Aber, Martin Landsky, Todd Bodine, Gregor Tresher (Break New Soil) Yes, big EP again. Sable Sheep is on fire! Anja Schneider (Mobilee) Really love the work of Sable Sheep. Monika Kruse (Terminal M) Thy Suffer. But not me. Because this release is cool! Marc Romboy (Systematic) Upon burning is a great and outstanding track. Ray Okpara (Mobilee) Super EP! Andrew Grant (Circoloco) Straight fire!!! 5 stars only because i couldn't put 6. Andrea Oliva (Cadenza) Perfect grooves! Gonna play it out loud! Philip Bader Love this release. &Me (Keinemusik) Great release! Karotte (Break New Soil) Great EP. Love it! Luca Bacchetti (Ovum) Digging the whole EP, another goal!! This guy is on fire. Jimpster (Freerange) Cracking stuff! All four tracks are doing it. Re.You (Souvenir) I love Moon Harbour, another great release. Having become a member of the Moon Harbour agency and label family recently, Germany's mysterious Sable Sheep is back with a new four track EP that continues to explore his trademark tribal tinged tech house sound with great panache. Sable Sheep is no stranger to success given the widespread deployment of his previous tracks like 'Painting My Fur', and that's a good job, because all of his latest missives are sure-fire dancefloor dynamite. Upon Burning Skies is the opening track, and one that builds and builds in tension to an invisible peak that will have ravers on the edge of their feet as the tribal male chanting acts like a call to action above bouncing, buoyant kick drums and slick percussive details. A dub version is also included in the package. Torn To Pieces is another full-blooded groove that will lock you in from the very first rubbery kick and silvery hi hat ringlet. As they roll on next to each other without any friction at all, a knotted bassline and deft little synth stabs add some detail as a warm wind seems to howl in the background. Its stripped back but fills the airwaves and is the sort of physical track its impossible not to get carried away by. Finally, Thy Suffer is another warm concoction of sound that Sable Sheep fills with rattling drum hits and sandy shakers. Some twitching alien sounds suggest the presence of life amongst the machines and the deep looping kicks help draw you in. An EP produced with great precision restraint, Sable Sheep knows just how much to add into the without over doing things or allowing things to get stuck in a rut -- it's a perfect balancing act that is designed for maximum impact on the dancefloor.


The prolific and always engaging Sidney Charles is back on Moon Harbour with four more tracks of definitive house and tech. His Rawelution EP comes six months after his last outing, Soultrade, and is another impressive release. As ever, Charles has served up four fantastic house variations here that are all designed for maximum dance floor impact. Supported by: Joseph Capriati, Animal Trainer, Hot Since 82, Gunnar Stiller, Mendo, Leftwing & Kody, Jey Kurmis, DJ T., Mathias Kaden, Arado, Joris Voorn, Supernova, Anek, Riva Starr, Jamie Jones, Tobi Neumann, Dario D'Attis, Nathan Borato, Sante, Mat.Joe, youANDme, Waze & Odysey, Tiger Stripes, Nico Cabeza, Karotte, Tom Novy, Roger Sanchez, Sven Tasnadi


With its next release, the ever evolving Moon Harbour kicks off a great new Various Artist EP series entitled Orbiter. With the aim of showcasing both newcomers and established label acts alike, the first one features great new music from associates like Detlef and Lewis Boardman, as well as from newbie collaborators Zlatnichi & Joey Daniel and the returning Andrea Oliva, who debuted on the 2014 Inhouse compilation. It's a fulsome new EP from Moon Harbour and starts the Orbiter series in real style. Supported by: Anja Schneider, Luciano, Kaiserdisco, Yousef, Jey Kurmis, Forrest, Hector Couto, Los Suruba, Karotte, Sabb, Riva Starr, CUartero, Leftwing & Kody, Gel Abril, Russ Yallop, Joseph Capriati, Timo Maas, Steve Lawler, Dubfire, Tiefschwarz, Sasha, Pirupa, Catz 'n Dogz, Ninetoes


Supported by: Davide Squillace, M.A.N.D.Y., Joris Voorn, Rozzo, Nick Fanciulli, Tiefschwarz, Karotte, Audiofly, Stacey Pullen, Robert Dietz, Schlomi Aber, DJ W!ld, Anthony Collins, Markus Schatz, Tripmastaz, Sven Tasnadi, Luna City Express, Super Flu, Ralf Kollmann, Tucillo, Ekkohaus, Martin Eyerer, Shinedoe, Luca Bacchetti, Meat, Zohki & Roozlee, Marco Faraone M.A.N.D.Y. (Get Physical) Solid groove bombs. Joris Voorn (Rejected) Bomb EP! Karotte (Cocoon) Again great tracks by Sable Sheep. Davide Squillace (This And That) Rite in my laptop. Stacey Pullen Hot, hot, hot! Audiofly (Supernature) Yeah man! Full Support. Robert Dietz (Cadenza) Super cool release. Schlomi Aber (Be As One) Sable my man, keep it up. Rozzo (Mountain People) Keep It Rough is the kind of dirt we are looking for. Martin Eyerer (Kling Klong) I already loved Sable Sheep's EP on Be As One. Also this one is killer! Luca Bacchetti (Ovum) Great tracks! Sable Sheep is on fire! German producer Sable Sheep has so far layered up his propulsive drums on two releases for Be As One, but here makes his debut on Moon Harbour with a new four track EP that certainly lives up to its name. The EP kicks off with Hell Is Empty which is a deep, shuffling track that marries an undulating bassline to bubbly finger clicks and feathery light, almost dusty hi hats with the resultant effect one of seductive hypnosis as it subtly breakdown before beginning its march once again. Myrrh And Blood is more upright, with larger kick drums driving the thing along. Again the hi hats are airy and light, giving the groove plenty of character and adding to its bounce, with a precise bassline weaving its way through the whole track start to finish as the snares grow choppy and a spoken word monologue adds an element of human foreboding. The title track shows a lighter side with a jazzy melody darting about over kicks and hats that come together in a funky but heavyweight union, whilst closer All The Devils Are Here returns to the shadows, lurking with intent. The bassline is rubbery, the claps sound deliciously hollow and the bouncing groove is pure and unadulterated; one that will have heads going down and arms going up. Sable Sheep is a master of efficiency who can craft infectious and devastating grooves from only the simplest of elements: it's the way he designs them, though, that really makes him standout.


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