November 12, 2015
Originally published on FACT
The Diskokaine boss recruits Legowelt and Simoncino for his sultry new 12″.
Austria’s Wolfram Eckert appeared on trusty dance-punk imprint DFA last summer with his ‘Can’t Remember’/’Talking To You’ EP, and now he’s taken a sideways step onto Firehouse Recordings, the fledgling label run by Kim Ann Foxman (formerly of Hercules and Love Affair) with The Vinyl Factory.
Wolfram’s latest offering is ‘United 707’, a moody, 80s-inspired house groove with all the swagger of a batwing leather jacket holding a dirty martini. The 12″ comes backed with a ‘mystic’ mix by Italian producer Simoncino and a remix from synth lord Legowelt, who adds his signature sci-fi squelch and a tuff electro edge to the original.
Check out the original and Legowelt’s remix in the videos below and grab the 12″, which comes on 180g vinyl in a full colour sleeve, limited to 500 copies, from VF Editions.
Watch Foxman introduce her label and go record shopping at Brooklyn vinyl mecca The Thing in this documentary.
A1. United 707 (Original)
A2. United 707 (Lipelis vs. Wolf Mix)
B1. United 707 (Simoncino mystic mix )
B2. United 707 (Legowelt mix )