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Out 31/08/2018

LP, DL

Music by Robin Buckley

Mastered by Matt Colton at Alchemy

Design – Dave Gaskarth

Web Work – Sam Keating-Fry

Press Photography — Alessia Gunawan

1. Incognet present you best pack for making modern, top charted EDM tracks. This pack inlcudes not just Big & Fat Kicks, it also have 

2. Bat and cathy leads, basses, top perc and fxes, great EDM melodies etc. Inspired by such top producers, as W&W, Showtek, 

3. Hardwell, Nicky Romero, Fedde Le Grand, Ummet Ozcan, Spinnin Records and many others,this pack bring you best tools for making 

4. Modern EDM tracks in such styles as: electro house, progressive house, bigroom, dutch tracks! Incognet Club essentials Vol. 1 is first 

5. pack in this series, which consist of 460 mb pure, massive prime-time progressive, electro sounds, combined in 10 construction kits 

6. ( wavs + midis) . Incognet Big & Fat EDM Kick pack consist of 583 mb fresh, pure, prime-time, quality samples, combined in 10 

7. construction kits . We assure you that this pack will be one of the most usefull if you work in such styles as bigroom house, mainroom 

8. house, electro house, club house. Producer by Hyder & Ribo. All the sounds are offered as 24bit WAV files and midi files which are 

9. key and tempo labeled at 128 BPM. * Other Genres that this package may be useful in: • Trance • Progressive • Electro House

rkss makes contemporary computer music, exploring the politics and aesthetics of club culture, technology and queerness — ‘DJ Tools’ is made entirely from a sample pack called 'EDM Kicks Vol 1' - rkss has manipulated the packs ‘off the shelf’ sounds using computer music processing techniques and formed it into something perhaps not wholly anticipated by the packs creators..

 

“DJ Tools was recorded at a turning point for me as an artist & person as I came into the aesthetic and social limitations I was finding in contemporary dance culture. I started to change how I thought about myself as an artist in terms of changing the way I created music, instead of writing the music at home and later arranging it for the club, I started writing music for live performance first. I wanted to be able to arrange these pieces/excerpts/sketches live. I was beginning to re-arrange how I thought about my gender / self and placing, exploring and finding the language to point to my sense of difference as a trans person. DJ Tools was where I began to formulate my own relationship to club culture as a mostly sober, transgender person, what version of club music did I want to engage with in that social space? Fluid, dynamic and reacting to audience. Highlighting the social. Sharing & connecting through my difference rather than erasing it.” - rkss