Syncbeat – Music 12"
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Format 12" Vinyl
When I first stumbled across mix tapes out of Hamburg’s seminal Front Club (with Klaus Stockhausen and Boris Dlugosch at the helm) during the glorious and carefree early days of the popularized internet, there were certain tracks on them that struck a chord and had me rewinding the mp3-player. In fact there was one specifically, I couldn’t stop listening to. The mixture of an infectious bass line, a super sharp snare, “music” and “harmony” vocal snippets, happy claps and synths lines that evoked pictures of a convertible going down a coastline, and - to top it all off - a tribal chant, was irresistible. After some intensive track-id-hunting pre-shazam, I found out that the heaven-sent hymn was Music by an act called Syncbeat. Originally released in 1984 during the craze that was called UK Electro via Street Sounds resp. Streetwave and later licensed to German omnivore Zyx Records. A joint venture between the Electro-Funk mastermind, DJ pioneer and edit maestro Greg Wilson as well as Manchester musicians Martin Jackson & Andy Connell, it is exactly that type of dance track that eludes any classification - as you can see from my description above. Or to cite Greg Wilson himself from one of his essays on the subject of UK electro: “The track that received the best response was “Music” by Syncbeat, which was full of good vibes and could have easily been re-vamped down the line as a House track.
A1 Music (Original Mix)
A2 Music (Remix)
A3 More Music
B1 Music (Boris Dlugosch Re-Mix)
B2 Music (Boris Dlugosch Bonus Beat)
B3 Music (Boris Dlugosch Tribal Reprise)