Comfort Fit’s masterpiece long player “Polyshufflez” goes into the second round with fourteen impressive and unique re-interpretations by Laurent Garnier, Domu, Opolopo, Atjazz, Boom Clap Bachelors, Robot Koch, Jay Scarlett and more brilliant artists.
Techno superstar Laurent Garnier and UK house don Atjazz (Innervisions/Sonar Kollektiv) remixed Comfort Fit’s “Ask the Devil” featuring the bestselling book author Howard Marks, philosophizing about God, the Devil and the smoke inbetween.
Further dancefloor crashing remixes come from Comfort Fit himself, Sweden's finest funkateer Opolopo, Germany's house newcomer Jacob Korn (Running Back/Permanent Vacation), global bass buccaneer Tim Turbo from Berlin and finally a very special remix from UK breakbeat guru Domu (Treble O/Tru Thoughts). He recently announced his retirement from the music business to the shock of the worldwide music scene, but we hope this won’t be his last output.
More headnodders are contributed by Jay Scarlett, best known for his work with Spacek and the Beat Dimensions compilations, Death Star Lazer Trooper Robot Koch, brilliant beat-maker Swede:art (new album on Tokyo Dawn 2010!) Singing Statues (aka Jack High, Ghostly International) and Germany's up and coming Hip-Hop producer fLako, Denmark's finest Boom Clap Bachelors and last but not least Portformat, who has just released his well received TDR album 'The Repeat Factor'.
German-Senagalese hip hop and funk producer specialized on hypnotic space grooves. Currently finishing his Europe tour for the release of his latest TDR album 'Entropy'. Read more...
A tough little unit of techno soul activists from Oakland. After ten years of mutual collaborations, Blaktroniks finally drop their anticipated TDR album 'Ready Set Blow'. Read more...
TDR's undisputed boogie master from Stockholm, Sweden. Already has three fantastic albums under his belt for TDR while continuously dropping dance 12"s worldwide. Read more...
Co-founder of Danish soul formation 'Boom Clap Bachelors'. Currently producing new pop acts for major labels while touring USA to promote his new TDR album 'Serendipity'. Read more...
Razorsharp hi-tech boombap from Vienna, Austria. Recently released his highly acclaimed 'Emotional Colors' via TDR and has just started work on his new album. Read more...
Hardcore raps and 'spage age gangster shit' from San Diego via Northeast Ohio from the adventurous Chevy Rydah still hoping to marry Claire Huxtable one day.
UK breakbeat guru running Treble O Records. He recently announced his retirement from the music business to the shock of the worldwide music scene, but we hope this won’t be his last output.
Story teller, magic maker, poet and teacher from Brooklyn, New York. Aims to delve word-driven vignettes deep into the heart of human experience.
Death Star Lazer Trooper from Berlin, releasing under numerous monikers such as Goodman & Clean, The Tape, Jahcoozi etc. First appearance on TDR back in 2001.
Comfort Fit’s versatile influences range from early detroit techno and minimal electronica to jazz, broken beats and hip hop, as documented on his two latest TDR albums.
House mastermind, manager of Atjazz Record Company, sought after remixer, floor filling DJ, producer of Robert Owens and a very welcome guest on numerous TDR releases.
Acclaimed DJ, event organizer and producer, who gave up life in London for Munich. Projects include Spacek Sound System, Boiler, Beat Dimensions, White Rabbit etc.
An Irish guitarist and vocalist signed to Columbia Records, who has hit the UK Top 10 charts often enough to become used to comparisons with the young Janis Joplin.
French techno superstar and house pioneer, Hacienda DJ, book author, manager of the mighty F-Com label and an incredible TDR supporter since day one.
From enemy of state to Hollywood. The books and movies about Howard Marks have sold millions worldwide. Now TDR is allowed to release his very first music recording ever.