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Hi Speed Lover
Cat: CRM 312. Rel: 10 Jun 24
 
Deep House
Hi Speed Lover (5:38)
Hi Speed Lover (Nick Morgan remix) (5:39)
Cherries (6:47)
Cherries (Kinahau remix) (7:38)
Review: Damian Lazarus's Crosstown Rebels kicks on with more useful house fuel here, this time from the fast-rising Airrica whose playful sounds have begun to make a mark in the same way as have her DJ sets across some of the UK's most notable events. There is a garage vibe to 'Hi Speed Lover' with its dusty drums and old school melodies, while Nick Morgan remixes it into a deep-cut house groove for late nights. With 'Cherries', Airrica layers up floating beats and pads with sensual vocals to make for something that will encourage dance floors to zone out. A Kinahau reworks it into even more dreamy territory.
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Tags: Tech House
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Vampire Nightclub
Vampire Nightclub (red vinyl 12")
Cat: CRM 064RPRED. Rel: 02 Mar 22
 
Minimal/Tech House
Vampire Nightclub (feat Seth Troxler) (8:20)
Without You (extended 12" mix) (8:37)
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Play With My Mind
Cat: CRM 311. Rel: 29 May 24
 
Deep House
Play With My Mind (6:37)
Casual Verve (6:13)
Connect (5:31)
Delerium (5:59)
Review: UK house mainstays Audiojack are well entrenched in the house scene and have been forever. They have landed on plenty of key labels, established their own fine outlet, and now land on the respected Crosstown with a fresh deep house offering. 'Play With My Mind' is a nice bubbly cut with 90s chords and deft little vocal sounds. 'Casual Verve' brings some US garage style snares and a gritty, grinding bassline and 'Connect' is oozes cool from the neon synth patterns that bounce over the stripped-back beats. 'Delirium' shuts down with a libidinus vocal hook over turbo charged tech grooves.
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Musk
Musk (limited 12")
Cat: CRM 297. Rel: 11 Sep 23
 
Deep House
Musk
Musk (Audiojack remix)
Musk (OMRI. remix)
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Can't Stand
Can't Stand (limited 12")
Cat: CRM 294. Rel: 07 Jul 23
 
Deep House
Can't Stand (5:28)
Can't Stand (Robag Wruhme Flodder Bukk Rehand) (6:51)
Wake Up (7:47)
Review: Polish mainstays Catz 'N Dogz have always brought some chatter to their music - whether that's a smart hip-hop sample or twisted sense of rhythm. They tap into sweaty backroom club sounds for this new one on the evergreen Crosstown Rebels as 'Can't Stand' is a heads-down pumper with a steamy, libidinous female vocal that's nicely filtered over thudding kicks. You can always rely on German Robag Wruhme to take things into weird and wonderful territory and that's what he does with Flodder Bukk Rehand, a darker and more menacing rework with fizzing synths and more attitude in the vocals. 'Wake Up' rounds out with a fractured vocal fragment and rousing synth lines.
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Crosstown Rebels: 20 Years Of Madness, Magic & Music by Joe Muggs
Cat: 952560 Rel: 06 Oct 23
 
The Crosstown Rebels story is told in a new 240 page book; 20 years of madness, magic and music
Notes: ""20 years ago, I dreamed a dream of creating a family of like-minded, crazy individuals from all corners of the planet. That dream was Crosstown Rebels. Over these years, I have forged beautiful friendships, discovered very talented artists and tried my best to help, advise and support some of the most colourful characters in dance music. It's been 20 years of madness, magic and music. Now it's been distilled into our own book to mark this milestone. I'm honestly surprised at how much I remembered!" - Damian Lazarus

For 20 years Crosstown Rebels has forged a path as one of the world's leading electronic music labels.

Established in 2003, Damian Lazarus' label manifesto has not changed. Discovering and nurturing new talent has always been the beating heart of the label, with a mission to soundtrack the future of the dancefloor and beyond. Introducing the world to the likes of Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Maceo Plex and Art Department was just the beginning. Today the roster is gloriously international, showcasing the truly global scene that Crosstown has shaped over the years.

Of course, there's the parties too. The early Slash & Burn and Rebel Rave parties paved the way for Damian to create two of the world's most cherished experiences, Get Lost and Day Zero, and in turn setting a benchmark for electronic music events worldwide.

Now the Crosstown Rebels story is told in a new 240 page book. 20 years of madness, magic and music. Starting right back before the beginning and taking us through to the present day, acclaimed electronic music writer Joe Muggs dives into the label's history, interviewing Damian at length and revealing Crosstown's story as never told before. The book brings together countless unseen photographs and artwork taken from the last two decades. It tells the story of how the dance underground battled and triumphed. This is a unique publication, not only for fans of Crosstown Rebels and Damian Lazarus, but also for anyone with an interest in independent label culture and the evolution of dance music over the last 20 years.

- Deluxe 240 page book
- Limited edition with only 400 copies on public sale
- De-bossed hardback cover, printed on FSC certified papers, with alternating paper stocks, book ribbon and G.F. Smith endpapers
- Foreword by Pete Tong MBE
- Comprehensive label discography
- Printed in the UK by PurePrint, the first CarbonNeutral printer in the world
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Fire
Fire (limited 12")
Cat: CRM 286. Rel: 27 Feb 23
 
Deep House
Fire (5:46)
Fire (Cameron Jack remix) (6:33)
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Right Spot
Cat: CRM 308. Rel: 09 Apr 24
 
Deep House
Right Spot (5:21)
Right Spot (Dennis Ferrer remix) (6:07)
Right Spot (Byron The Aquarius remix) (5:06)
Review: New to Crosstown Rebels' 12"s encampment is producer HoneyLuv, who impresses on her debut release for the Damian Lazarus-run label with the fresh heat that is 'Right Spot'. Corralling remixes from Dennis Ferrer and Byron The Aquarius, HoneyLuv's palette is watery, polyrhythmic, hip-housey and fast-moving, channelling every smart move from transitional 'wubs' to tambaleironautic drum progressions, which back up the beats firmly, and move so fast that they could probably snap an ossified hipbone if played back loud enough. The track's central vocal is also an original vocal, pleading with the listener that they meet HoneyLuv at the correct rendezvous, aka. the 'spot', in order to catch the right rave-wave.
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Don't You Want My Lovin'
Cat: CRM 309. Rel: 19 Apr 24
 
Funky/Club House
Don't You Want My Lovin' (5:58)
Ode 2 U (4:40)
Don't You Want My Lovin' (Mike Dunn 'Blackball 303' remix) (5:31)
Don't You Want My Lovin' (Mike Dunn 'Blackball 303' instrumental) (5:34)
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We Come EP
Cat: CRM 306. Rel: 01 Mar 24
 
Minimal/Tech House
We Come (7:58)
Flash Point (8:35)
Transposed Sky (feat Paul Brenning) (5:34)
Review: Jonathan Kaspar returns to Damien Lazarus' Crosstown Rebels for another round of captivating and melodic techno by way of his latest EP 'We Come'. Already having graced the discographic annals of Cocoon and Kompakt, Kaspar's sound is now well established; his pushes and pulls adeptly between big room, dubby trance and broken-down electro and house, never quite placeable in the intermediary spaces between them. One could call it progressive house, but that would be underselling it; 'Flash Point' is the highlight here and the case in point, making masterful use of ducking and distortion to really flesh out the central syncopated stab as a focal point of the track. Nor should Paul Brenning's version of 'Transposed Sky' be missed for a second.
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The Edge Of Everything
The Edge Of Everything (gatefold clear vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: CRMLP 044CLEAR. Rel: 27 Jan 21
 
Drum And Bass
Negative Drums (10:13)
The Dust Fell Off (0:52)
Constructive Ambiguity (12:07)
Hegel Dialect (5:50)
7 Known Truths (9:00)
Deep Fields Of Liars (8:45)
Antigravity Love (5:04)
Space Oddity (9:37)
It's A Lot (1:58)
Keter The Heavenly (7:47)
Only God Can Tell (6:37)
Review: Undoubtedly one of the most anticipated releases of 2020, legendary UK producer DJ Krust makes a comeback with his first release in 14 years, and rather surprisingly on Crosstown Rebels - of all labels. While we all know Damian Lazarus' established imprint is anything but drum and bass, it is well known that he was an early champion of the sound, long before his tenure at City Rockers in the early '00s when he embraced 'electroclash' - but that's another story. It's clear that Krust created some of the most seminal records in the genre throughout the nineties and noughties, and he is back in fine form on The Edge Of Everything, having explored radical new philosophies and creative processes. Minimalist arrangements as heard on tracks like 'Constructive Ambiguity' hark back to his signature sound of the aforementioned period, while he also explores more experimental minded beats as heard on 'Antigravity Love' and proper darkside rolling drama exemplified on 'Deep Fields Of Liars'.
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Devil's Hands
Cat: CRM 295. Rel: 21 Jul 23
 
Deep House
Devil's Hands (6:05)
Devil's Hands (Lunar Disco & Taya dirty club mix) (6:58)
Devil's Hands (Luciano remix) (7:38)
Devil's Hands (Anthony Middleton remix) (7:07)
Review: If you ever doubted that Crosstown Rebels put out a genuine eclectic range of underground electronic sounds than check this one out - Lunar Disco bring some sleazy indie disco vibes to this one. 'Devil's Hand' has filthy bass and bumping drums with steamy vocals from singer-songwriter Kate Elsworth. DJ and composer Nicolas Blistene is behind the beats and a host of remixers add their own spin. The standout is from Swiss-Chilean master Luciano who does his textbook string and percussive thing. AudioFly's Anthony Middleton remixes with a more late night tech feel.
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My Yellow Coat
Cat: CRM 289. Rel: 30 Mar 23
 
Minimal/Tech House
My Yellow Coat (8:00)
My Yellow Coat (Levon Vincent remix) (8:39)
Review: Irish man Matador has become a new school minimal techno champion with his own label Rukus part of the vanguard. Here he makes a move across the street to Damian Lazarus's Crosstown Rebels. He kicks off with 'My Yellow Coat' which is a brilliantly atmospheric cut with rolling drums and indie vocals that come over like a confessional. It's intimate and tender and perfect for late nights in a back room. On the flip is a remix from New York's techno terminator Levon Vincent who flips it into something bulky and raw, with scratch claps and grainy kicks all powering through a late-night urban landscape.
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Adventura
Adventura (12")
Cat: CRM 280. Rel: 17 Jan 23
 
Deep House
Adventura (6:24)
Reinvention (feat Zoot Woman) (3:37)
Reinvention (feat Zoot Woman - Alan Dixon remix) (5:45)
Review: By his previously prolific standards, Disco Halal founder Chen Moscovici AKA Moscoman has been rather quiet of late, choosing to release low-key digital singles on his own label. Here he breaks cover and returns to wax after two years away. Title track 'Adventura' is as atmospheric, off-kilter and druggy as you'd expect, with minor-key melodies, trippy electronics, buzzing effects and psychedelic guitar flourishes riding a chugging, arpeggio-driven groove. Over on the flip he joins forces with Zoot Woman on the pleasingly wayward, new wave-goes-indie dance creepiness of 'Reinvention', which rising star Alan Dixon then turns into a sparkling slab of dark nu-disco with added loose-limbed drums.
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Played by: Moscoman
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A Fistful Of Stars
Cat: CRM 281. Rel: 24 Jan 23
 
Deep House
A Fistful Of Stars (8:40)
Atacama Skies (7:59)
JFC (5:03)
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Portrait Of The Obscure
Cat: CRMLP 053. Rel: 19 Apr 24
 
Deep House
Pulse Antique (4:16)
Ministry Of Midnight (4:50)
Neurality (4:59)
Il Lupo (feat Tooker) (5:26)
Conritmo (5:08)
Soul Of Calypso (4:51)
Heart Pieces (feat Idil Mese) (3:37)
Mercury (4:13)
Lanchi Biye (feat Tilahun Gessesse) (3:47)
Review: Crosstown Rebels continues its spell of dance albums releases with a fresh one from Oceanvs Orientalis (Safak Oz Kutle), Portrait Of The Obscure. After three superb singles on the label over the past four months, this nine-track LP offers a comprehensive exploration of the Istanbul-based talent's rich, globally-infused, captivating sound. As if to bottle the essence of the awe of travel, either everyday-real or astral - and the personal developments and realizations that come of it - onto a single record, Portrait Of The Obscure skirts the possible limits of progressive dance, fleshing out a talent for layering that we'd wager many artists only ten years or so ago would've thought impossible. Just listen to the hullabaloo that is 'Neutrality'; despite the name, it's hardly neutral at all, coming as an immense positivisation of moving parts and godlike sonic entities, which sound to dance around a central kick axis, one that we're surprised Oceanvs was still able to fit into the mix.
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Neutrality
Cat: CRM 307. Rel: 14 Mar 24
 
Deep House
Neutrality (0:19)
Neutrality (Nick Curly remix) (6:27)
Review: The left of centre musical universe of Crosstown Rebels ushers in this lively new EP from Oceanvs Orientalis. 'Neutrality' features on the A-side and is a spiritual fusion of steely tech house beats and spine tingling chords, angelic distant vocals and lots of loose percussion all with a slightly psychedelic feel. On the flip is a Nick Curly remix which pairs whitings back and settles the beats into one of his signature tech house frameworks with hooky little pads and late night allure. Good stuff.
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Heart Pieces
Cat: CRM 304. Rel: 19 Jan 24
 
Deep House
Heart Pieces (3:42)
Heart Pieces (Mustafa Ismaeel remix) (7:31)
Heart Pieces (Nightmares On Wax remix) (4:36)
Heart Pieces (Nightmares On Wax club dub) (4:44)
Review: The long-running and always quietly assured Crosstown Rebels kicks off yet another new year with some deep offerings from Oceanvs Orientalis featuring Idil Mese. 'Heart Pieces' is a delightful coming together of organic trumpets and loose percussion with a languid house groove, funky little riffs and heavenly vocal coos. The Mustafa Ismaeel remix brings some grit to proceedings for more of a club-ready sound and then Ibiza-based Leeds man Nightmares On Wax offers his typically laidback and sun-kissed take on things with a deep one to start and a dubby once to finish.
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Il Lupo
Il Lupo (12")
Cat: CRM 303. Rel: 04 Dec 23
 
Deep House
Il Lupo (5:28)
Il Lupo (Acid Pauli remix) (5:53)
Review: Crosstown Rebels is by now one of the wise old head of the electronic underground. Damian Lazarus has steered it through many hype sounds but always managed to keep it on point. Making sure that is the case again here are Oceanvs Orientalis and Tooker who combine for 'Il Lupo.' It's a slow motion and subversive dub house sound warped synths and ghoulish vocals panning about the mix. On the flip, Acid Pauli remixes with his signature sense of deft sound design and trippy melodic overtones.
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No Words
No Words (12")
Cat: CRM 287. Rel: 10 Mar 23
 
Deep House
No Words (4:50)
No Words (DJ Tennis remix) (7:10)
No Words (Perel remix) (6:20)
No Words (Perel remix dub version) (6:20)
Review: The Pale Blue project brings together Italians Do It Better's Mike Simonetti and Silver Hands' Elizabeth Wright, and the pair have done a fine job thus far exploring a club-ready kind of pop noir. On this single, the original version of 'No More Words' is present in its moody, subtly acidic form, Wright's coquettish vocal sitting atop the warm analogue backdrop oh-so comfortably. DJ Tennis steps up with a remix which edges a little more tech house bite into the rhythm section, and then on the B-side Perel offers up two much wilder versions which nod to Italo and industrial as much as anything contemporary.
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Mind Games
Cat: CRM 301. Rel: 09 Nov 23
 
Deep House
Mind Games (feat Shyam P) (6:17)
Mira (6:20)
Analog Bugz (6:02)
Review: Harry Romero returns to Crosstown Rebels as he links with vocalist Shyam P for 'Mind Games'. With a catalogue as rich as any and continuing at the top of his game two decades after his emergence within New York's fabled nightlife scene, Romero continues to serve up his own take of Latin-inspired and percussive-driven house music via a long list of the industry's leading imprints. Crafting a slick and heady groove before launching into a hypnotic haze accenting by a bubbling bassline, 'Mind Games' is an infectious and vibrant house cut as Shyam P's alluring vocals take hold amongst emotive builds and breaks. 'Mira', after, is a classic Romero offering as the focus shifts to crisp organic percussion arrangements, carnival-esque whistles and hooky Latin vocals for a bustling terrace number, before 'Analog Bugz' takes cues from its title as crisp drum shots and sharp stabs unite to create a no-nonsense builder made for the main room.
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau
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Don't Truss
Cat: CRM 298. Rel: 28 Sep 23
 
Deep House
Don't Truss (feat Caitlyn Scarlett) (6:21)
Bring Me To The Surface (6:12)
Review: Damian Lazarus's Crosstown Rebels continues to serve up top tech tools for jobbing DJs with a new one from Ben Sterling. It's very nearly the label's 300th release and one that does damage from the off: 'Don't Truss' (feat Caitlyn Scarlett) may or may not be referring to one of the shortest-ever prime ministerial chapters in this country's rich history, but what it does do is lock you into the steamy and sweaty drum funk and melt your heart with its superbly angelic vocal. On the flip is 'Bring Me To The Surface' which is a more wonky workout with whirring machines, beeps and squeaks over a punchy tech beat.
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Tags: Tech House
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High On
High On (12")
Cat: CRM 278. Rel: 14 Nov 22
 
Minimal/Tech House
Hig On (5:42)
Night Shift (5:49)
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Downtown
Downtown (12")
Cat: CRM 313. Rel: 28 Jun 24
 
Minimal/Tech House
Downtown
Downtown (HoneyLuv remix)
Downtown (Ghoulish remix)
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Vista
Vista (2xLP)
Cat: CRMLP 051. Rel: 28 Sep 23
 
Deep House
Water Is (6:59)
Somewhere Beach (6:45)
Licht (8:54)
Useless Ideas (6:32)
Mundo (6:08)
Mangabeira Manifesto (feat Dudu Bongo) (7:28)
Triple Frontier (7:30)
Overture (8:04)
Review: Tibi Dabo unveils his long-awaited full-length 'Vista' on Crosstown Rebels, with the kaleidoscopic nine-track album showcasing his diverse and rich sound-palette, centring on a chillout, colourful minimal house mood recalling the likes of Herbert or Eliphino. Born in Barcelona but steadily working his way into a Europe-wide infamy, Dabo has slowly grown in stature to become a Crosstown Rebels favourite, further bolstered on this dreamy eight-tracker which demonstrates a particular knack for making minimal and deep house sound personal and homely, not just 'deep'. Elegant and diffuse, bouncy and serene, this isn't an album you'll want to miss if you've a keen ear for detail.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
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Crosstown Rebels presents Spirits V
VARIOUS
Cat: CRMLP 049. Rel: 28 Jul 22
 
Minimal/Tech House
Layla Benitez - "Fides" (7:00)
Mr Diamond - "Trabajar" (5:01)
Denney - "Kill The Soundboy" (6:44)
ASK:ME & El Muerto - "Talk To Me" (feat Soulfoot) (8:18)
GruuvElement's - "Boom Room" (6:44)
Chinonegro - "My Moment" (6:07)
Magila - "Rayiys" (6:20)
I AM JAS - "Thanks Moon" (7:03)
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CR20 The Album: Unreleased Gems & Remixes
VARIOUS
CR20 The Album: Unreleased Gems & Remixes (gatefold transparent orange vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: CRMLP 20YR. Rel: 17 May 23
 
Minimal/Tech House
Damian Lazarus & Jem Cooke - "Into The Sun" (Major League Djz remix) (8:33)
Jamie Jones - "Paradise 2011" (Art Department remix) (6:51)
Pier Bucci - "Hey Consuelo" (Dennis Cruz remix) (8:27)
Audiojack & Jem Cooke - "Feels Good" (Michael Mayer remix) (7:12)
Made By Pete & Zoe Kypri - "Horizons" (Black Coffee remix) (9:26)
Adam Ten & Yamagucci - "The K Dance" (5:39)
Maceo Plex - "Together" (2011 mix) (8:39)
Guti & Dubshape - "Every Cow Has A Bird" (Tibi Dabo remix) (8:22)
Review: Many congratulations to Crosstown Rebels, a pioneering tech-house and big room dance music imprint that this year celebrates its 20th birthday. To mark the occasion, founder and creative force Damian Lazarus has dipped into the archives and come up with a collection of rarities and previously unheard remixes. Starting with his own Jem Cooke collaboration 'Into The Sun', an atmospheric, deep tech-house excursion smothered in twinkling pianos and trance-inducing electronics, Lazarus offers up an enticing mix of chunky goodness (Art Department remixing Jamie Jones), percussion-rich after-hours wonkiness (Dennis Cruz reworked Pier Bucci), pulsating neo-trance (Audiojack re-imagined by Michael Mayer), tech-tinged deep house hypnotism (Black Coffee tweaking Made By Pete vs Zoe Kypri) and saucer-eyed Ibiza anthems (Maceo Plex).
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