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Zero Db - One Offs, Remixes and B Sides

Zero Db

One Offs, Remixes and B Sides

Tru Thoughts

Released: 22nd February 2010 | 22 track breaks album
• With their influential 2006 album 'Bongos, Bleeps and Basslines' (Ninja Tune) sparking the kind of universal critical love-in that most producers can only dream of, and still sounding as fresh today as ever, pioneering underground dance music duo Zero dB have now brought together their 'One Offs, Remixes and B Sides' for release on Tru Thoughts in February 2010. • This 2 CD, 23 track monster boasts the best of a truly humungous catalogue of remixes courtesy of luminaries including Moonstarr, Aaron Jerome and Seiji among others. It also heralds a first and eagerly-awaited CD release for highly sought-after cuts - not least Hextatic's Distorted Minds (Zero dB mix), the Dave Da Gato Mix of Seven By Seven by Inverse Cinematics and the almighty Zero dB classic, The Snare - that were previously only available on limited vinyl and all snapped up by eagle-eared fans way back when. • In addition to the big names and rarities, there's also new and exclusive material including the immense Dave Da Gato's F_ck-Up The Festivals Bounce version of Universe by Alice Russell. • Not only an essential listen for existing fans of Zero dB's unique sound, but for anyone who has been remotely moved by dance music in the last half decade. • 'Bongos, Bleeps and Basslines' sold in excess of 20,000 copies. EARLY FEEDBACK/DJ REACTIONS: • Phenomenal. Picked a couple of tracks for airplay – Gilles Peterson (BBC Radio 1) • Wicked comp – DJ Moneyshot (Solid Steel) • A blinder of a CD! – Owen Adams, Guardian.co.uk • Love it! Passing on to the 6 Mix show – John Pearson, Exec producer - BBC 6 Music PRESS: Reviews confirmed: DJ Mag, iDJ, Mixmag, Clash, Wire, Music Week, Blues&Soul, Kruger Mag, The Night Times; Brighton Source; Venue Mag; Evening Star (North East; The Crack (North East); 247 Magazine Tbc: Streetwear Today; The Times; ONLINE: Feature/review tbc on Guardian.co.uk; post on Guardian Blog; Feature on Drowned in Sound's Armchair Dancefloor; coverage on Something Blue; Featured on Datatransmission.co.uk podcast (10,000+ subscribers); review tbc on Properly Chilled; RADIO: Exclusive DJ mix on 6Mix; play on: Gilles Peterson (Radio 1); Pathaan (Asian Network); DJ NG (Rinse FM/1Xtra); Toddla T (1Xtra); Mark Lamarr (Radio 2); Ross Allen (MoS); Faith (MoS); Organ (resonance FM); Samurai FM; & many more online, local and International shows. PREVIOUS PRAISE FOR ZERO DB: • A thrilling white-knuckle ride. – Album of the Issue - DJ 5/5 • Causing hysteria in club land for months. Raw to the Core. - Dazed and Confused • It is, in a word, Great. - Wire • Modern, nutty jazziness, conceived in clubland - One To Watch - Mixmag 4/5 • An awesome record. Massive response on this record from all fronts. A big one!- Ashley Beedle (X-Press 2) • Wicked crossover chaos. - Groove Armada • Fresh, Exciting and meticulously produced. - Knowledge • Respect for zero dB for creating unashamedly dirty music with a sunny disposition. - Blues&Soul 4/5 • Like having the Notting Hill Carnival Run through your head in 7 minutes flat. - Touch 4/5