Tommy Four Seven - CH4/Sevals Remixes

    Artist: Tommy Four Seven
    Title: CH4/Sevals Remixes
    Cat-No: CLR048
    Format(s):12"   MP3 Download (available)   WAV Download (available)  
    Release Date: June 29, 2011

    Buy 12" €7.99

    all mp3 files are 320kbps encoded with lame

    CH4 (Speedy J rmx) Buy:   MP3 €1.39  WAV €1.99

    G Buy:   MP3 €1.29  WAV €1.99

    Sevals (Terence Fixmer's Mental Drive Mix) Buy:   MP3 €1.39  WAV €1.99

    Sevals Buy:   MP3 €1.39  WAV €1.99

    CLR proudly presents a further outstanding series of remixes by the likes of Robert Hood, Speedy J, Terence Fixmer, Perc, Regis, Chris Liebing, DJ Emerson, Robert Hood, Sigha, Luke Slater and some more.... The series started with CLR046 and contributions by Perc and Regis and NOW CLR048 follows up with the works of Speedy J and Terence Fixmer. British born, Berlin based DJ, producer and sound designer Tommy Four Seven is at the front of the new generation of Techno artists, creating his trademark deep and uncompromising sounds. Learning to DJ from a young age, at 17, Tommy held a 2 year residency at Fire Club, London whilst appearing at legendary venues such as Fabric, The End and Turnmills. Producing was also an early interest and Tommy soon began releasing on David Duriez's, Brique Rouge and Kill Brique label, before launching his own imprint called Shooting Elvis. After studying Music Technology in London, Tommy moved to Berlin and has been steadily building his catalogue of strong, moody and hypnotic tracks such as his 2009 hit, 'Surma' on Speedy J’s Electric Deluxe and more recently, 'Sor' on CLR, not forgetting the before mysterious 'Bauhaus' project with Chris Liebing. Tommy’s approach to music is unlike a musician. Instead, he prefers to sound design, recording and sculpting elements into deep engaging atmospheres. An impressive example of this extraordinary production ethos is debut artist album “Primate”, just released on CLR. When Chris Liebing first listened to it, he was immediately fascinated and amazed. This different avenue of Techno seemed to be perfectly in line with the new, slightly more free-spirited and experimental CLR philosophy. That is why apart from offering to release the record, he even got involved with the finishing touches of the production, helping to make (as Tommy called it) “the bass sound mega-hot”.