Saturday, June 27, 2015


Quite happy with this remix for Chamboche on Tusk!
Played it last night.. it worked.

Pick it up while supplies last!

Henriette House

Hrdvsion, Eddie C and Jesse Bru in the Green Room all night at Renate

Saturday, June 6, 2015

Barcelona March'15

from our place in La Barceloneta

Discos Paradiso, Barcelona

our hangout on the corner

great food here!

Bre in front of our door

coffee and pastries in this square every day

Bre loves palm trees even when it's not hot


not quite summer

Bre at the beach

awesome local spot 

on a hill above the city

THE best tapas spot on earth

there it is

my pals Timeleft and Miber at Discos Paradiso

1F:6D Eddie C, Miber & Timeleft at Discos Paradiso von 1f6dtv

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Bike 012

The rapid-fire follow up to High Road

Bike 012

Eddie C - The Day Will Come
Eddie C - Moonrings

Check it at Oye Records

Phonica Review:
After revving and rocking at the Hells Angels disco for the "High Road" compilation, the Red Motorbike tears off down the highway for another 7" excursion. Main man Eddie C is at the controls, seducing us with two chopped and dropped loopers designed with the dancefloor in mind. On the A-side, "The Day Will Come" packs a proper emotional punch, marrying soulful vocals, soaring strings and subtle piano over a solid MPC beat. It's proper head nodding, hands aloft tackle for the tail end of the night. "Moonrings" sees Eddie switch it up a little, submerging a strangely circular bit of jazz fusion under a whole load of filters and dub fx to lock us into the wonkiest dancefloor groove you've ever heard. If you like your disco dubbed and skewed, this is the beat for you!

Juno Review:
Two more delicious roadtrips from the Red Motorbike founder and spiritual leader Eddie C: "The Day Will Come" is a lilting, sample-heavy head-nodder that develops its own stop/start momentum as the deftly sliced strings and vocals are recontextualised to great effect. "Moonrings" is a more floor-focused dub disco affair as the chugging groove lets the guitars ripple, the keys skitter and scatter and the flutes waft trippily into the ether. Get the motor running... this one's a keeper.