SOS: Ministry Of Sound Launches New Series

New series launches February 15, 2010.

Posted by Michael Bordash on Sun Feb 14, 2010

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Ministry of Sound will launch a new compilation series, ‘Ministry Of Sound Club present’, an episodic, musical capsule prescribed six times annually, showcasing the worldwide DJ talent that makes MOS a weekend highlight for so many. Much more than a mix cd, each album will contain a DJ mix on one disc, with the second containing exclusive productions and remixes from the artist involved.

First up to the plate are SOS, the home-grown trio whose quarterly night at the venue has grown to become one of the clubs most popular events, and a bash that inspires intense devotion from its 2000+ regulars. Arguably Britain’s premier house outfit, the rise and rise of Omid, Demi, and Desyn has been relentless, their productions, club gigs, and compilations all helping to establish them as a global tour de force. 2010 will see them approach supernova status as they tour the UK and the world, unleash a slew of productions and remixes, and develop their live show for the festival season.

Deep, uplifting, melodic, and at all times on point, SOS’s two discs brim with their charismatic swagger, their individual characters evident in each mix as they drop cheeky edits, splice spoken word vocals, and generally tear it up. CD 1 is the sound of the 3 DJs giving it their all across 28 tracks. Artists include: Silver City, Steve Angello, SOS, Matthew Bushwacka, Hardrive, Audio Soul Project, Blacksoul Project, and many more.

CD2 delves further into SOS’s first productions, highlighting their prowess as sonic craftsmen par excellence and setting out their statement of intent for 2010 and beyond. Their originals such as ‘Changing Your Mind’, ‘Patient Release’ and ‘Best Things In Very Short Time’ sit neatly against individual works from Omid 16B such as ‘Can’t Deny The Three’, ‘Lilly & Poppy’, and ‘Same As You’. The edit of Latenta Project’s ‘Beach Combers’ is a further glimpse into the musical future of their label SexOnWax, as it prepares for its relaunch. These join prime selections from Renato Cohen, Darkpunk, Fred Falke, and more.

01. Satsuma – Mauna Kea (SOS Edit)
02. Homero Espinosa & DJ Denise – U Wanna (Patrick I Mix)
03. Andre Lodeman – Where R U (SOS Edit)
04. SOS – Changing Your Mind (Dub Club Instrumental)
05. Stereofunk – Folksong
06. Yankee Zulu & Worthy – Concumbia
07. DJ Sprinkles – Grande Central Part 1 (MCDE Bassline Dub) (SOS Edit)
08. Silver City – Pendulo (Pete Herbert Mix) (SOS Edit)
09. Pat Legato – Time Is Running Out
10. Alex Gomez – Pitch Noise (SOS Edit)
11. Bushwacka – Show of Hands
12. Lissat & Voltaxx – Sunrise Over Mali (Beckers & Knox Mix) (SOS Edit)
13. Steve Angelo – Isabel (SOS Edit)
14. Audio Soul Project – Reality Check (Vincenzo Mix) (SOS Edit)
15. Hardrive – Deep Inside (SOS Edit)
16. Seulo – Overcast
17. Glimpse & Jay Shepherd – Colours
18. Omid 16B – The Epic (Instrumental Dub)
19. Scope & S-Groove – It’s The Funk
20. Okain – Where Is Monday
21. Funkagenda – Break Water (EDX Ibiza Sunrise Mix)
22. Hardrive – Is It What You Need (Acapella SOS Edit)
23. Luca Guerrieri Ft. Stefano S – Sunshine
24. Luther Miek – Shakin Music (SOS Edit)
25. Alex Whitcombe & Simon Duffy – Abascus
26. Christopher Groove – Bow
27. Blacktron – Emergency Exit (SOS Edit)
28. Albin Myers – Times Like These (SOS Dub Edit)

01. SOS – Patient Release
02. Omid 16B – Can’t Deny The Three
03. Omid 16B – Lilly & Poppy
04. Da Billa & Omid 16B – After All These Years (Dub)
05. SOS – Best Things In Very Short Time
06. Barnabun – For My Love
07. Omid 16B – We Always Meet Again
08. Latenta Project – Beach Combers (SOS Edit)
09. Omid 16B – Same As You (Saxophone Reprise Dub)
10. Jay Wainscott – Keys To My House
11. Ronato Cohen – Acid
12. Darkpunk – Alechaoes (SOS Edit)
13. Fred Falke – Back To Stay

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