Ryoh Mitomi

“Ballet Ep, Polder Rmx”

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Cat. No.IMM034
Orders fromWed, 30 Jan 2008
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What better way to kick off this new year with an outstanding EP from our latest signing hailing from Japan. RYOH MITOMI is becoming a producer to watch in 2008 through his recent releases on Belgium’s infamous R&S RECORDS, Technasia’s MINIMAXIMA and Canada’s RESTRUCTURED RECORDINGS. Ryoh’s debut IMMIGRANT EP showcases Ryoh’s versatile production style of pure techno to house. Talented Dutch duo POLDER supply an outstanding remix for the 12″ while Ryoh’s fellow Japanese producer A-INC offers a bonus digital remix. Look out for solo EP’s later in 2008 from both Ryoh and A-inc. A1 - Pointe (Original Mix). “Pointe” is a classic ballet term but there’s no padding in the groin of this track. It’s got more balls than a Steve Davis 147 and a perfect example of Ryoh’s no holes barred, pure techno production. The tune clicks n clacks along side a warping synth and a thundering bass line before falling into the dark cervices of an impending black hole. Thanks only to Dark Lord Mitomi, the track mercifully drops back and we can all catch our breath and resume dancing with the Devil. This tune is simply…HUGE! A2 - Stranger Than Paradise (Original Mix). Mitomi swaps hats to reveal his house persona in this deep and emotive house track, concocted of classic lush Rhodes chords, warm sub bass, swinging Chi Town hats and a dynamite piano line. It seems very natural for Ryoh to switch between genres and this is why we love him so. Perfect for warm up sets or to alter the mood of a techno set. Beware, the Dark Lord comes in many forms! B1 - Pointe (Polder Remix). Hailing from Amsterdam, the dutch duo of Laurent Lanting and David Labeij tear apart Mitomi’s original and reconstruct it into a peak time dance floor jam. In true Polder fashion, the remix is scattered with groovy percussion and padded with a thick rolling bass line. The duo edit the textured landscape with short drop outs and a short break using Ryoh’s original synth sounds. Remixes don’t come much better for the dance fl

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2000 and One (100% Pure, Intac: “ Crazy phat housey Polder style. I love it !!! ”

Alland Byallo (Mo’s Ferry, Imm: “ Great peak release here! Polder's remix is a funky tripped out ride, but it's A-Inc's remix that I think will get the most play over here. The original mix is a big one, but I think just a bit too big for me. Some great stuff going on here, and I really like the smooth sexy Stranger Than Paradise. Great EP! ”

Bart Skills (100% Pure): “ Great Polder remix…warm, funky and great to rock the dancefloor. Full support! ”

Bloody Mary (Sender): “ I cant stop to play the Pointe -- Polder Remix….so good :) ”

Burnski (Dessous, Morris/Audio: “ Polder remix is awesome. Love it! Like the A-inc remix too. ”

Dave Ellsemere (100% Pure, Int: “ I already like the a-side alot ...see my beatport chart this week and the Polder boys have made a really great rocking rmx which im going to blast out tonight in Watergate. :) Keep em coming ...great stuff! ”

Dave Twomey (Samurai fm): “ The Pointe (Original Mix) is a very tasty builder and reactions on the floor good so far. Stranger than Paradise is a cracking tech house number. Stunning... Pointe (Polder Remix). These guys work right now so deep but funky in all the right spots. On raging good form! A-inc Remix. Pacy trippy minimal will work well on my floors ”

Eddie Richards (Wiggle): “ All the tracks are good, I like the original mix best though. ”

John Selway (Ovum, CMS): “ The Polder remix is definitely my kind of thing. Will play. ”

Karotte (CocoonGreat Stuff): “pointe im original rockt wie sau. und der polder rmx ist auch der wahnsinn, typisch polder sexy tech beats. eine der platten des letzten wochenendes in meinen sets.”

Laurent Garnier (F-Com): “will playlist track 1 on the radio”

Loco Dice (Cadenza, Ovum): “ I dig the A-inc remix.Will play! ”

Manuel De Lorenzi (Immigrant): “ Pointe (Original Mix). Techno production perfect for me. Wicked track, really solid. Stranger than Paradise (Original Mix). Yeahhh, defo the best deep track from long time!! Love the rhodes mate. Perfect for the warm up. Love it:) Pointe (Polder Remix). If u think the dancefloor is no so good for u, keep this track n play it out.... Wicked stuff:) Ill play n chart it. Pointe (A-inc Remix) A-inc is a really great producer for me. In this track he takes his techno vibe with funky bass n give us a nice rmx. Well done. ”

Mazi (Gourmet): “ Stranger than Paradise is the track for me; deep house with that sweet swing on the drums. Will play it for sure. ”

Mike Shannon (Cynosure, Wagon: “Yep... Polder does it again... just played this on Saturday and the roof was on fire. I wonder if the guys could see the flames from Amsterdam. ;)”

Mike Monday (Playtime): “Nice to get some lush deepness through my letterbox! All to infrequent these days. Stranger than Paradise is luvverly.”

Raresh: “polder remix super dancefloor action ..”

Santos Resiak (Immigrant, Foun: “ Uffffffff. Pointe is fucking hot. Definitively one of the best releases so far. I really like the lead synth and how that work whit the entire track... a killer track on the dancefloor for sure!! Pointe (A-inc Remix) This remix is great from the start! The bouncy bass line is really cool and makes this version really refreshing. I love the way this track manages to get out of the breakdown. Nice arrangements. Definitively a winner. ”

Simon Baker (Infant, Playhouse: “ Liking the last Immigrant release. Been playing Pointe a lot! ”

Stanny Franssen (Zenit): “ Pointe (Polder remix) Like the groove and the way the percussion gets your feet dancing Pointe (A-inc Remix) Like the funky approach! ”

Tyler Stadius (Fabric): “ I like the "Stranger then Paradise" tune here - real warm & sort of nostalgic vibe to it not far different to some of the super deep tracks from years ago - can't quite put my finger on which but maybe from Nu Groove - remember that label? ”

Xpansul (Discos De Latas, Minu: “ Loving Pointe (Original Mix) and Stranger than Paradise. Amazing piece of deep house…will play it for sure. ”

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