Established in 2005 by German DJ Tomcraft, Craft Music constantly delivers fine electronic music. It is now time to celebrate Craft's 50th release!
Label owner Tomcraft himself compliments the anniversary release with “I Need Love”.
After "Room 414", "A Place Called Soul", "Written High" and a bunch of remixes, this track again shows why Tomcraft is one of the leading figures in his genre, since nearly 20 years.
Co-produced with partner in crime Eniac, who adds his own interpretation of “I Need Love” in a “Natural Mix” version.
Craft Music regulars Paul Maddox and Filthy Rich aka Spektre finally bring this release down to a round figure with their very own techno remix of “I Need Love”. Techy as it should be, groovy like hell and spektresque sounding as usual - BIG!
CLUB SOUNDS VOL. 57 - Craft Music Mixed By Tomcraft - OUT NOW
Die Erfolgsserie Club Sounds geht mit Vol. 57 ist die nächste Runde!
Die heißesten Dance-Sounds zum Sommeranfange Dance-Sounds für den Sommeranfang liefern Armin Van Buuren, Duck Sauce, Rockstroh und viele andere Top-DJs. Zudem enthalten sind die angesagtesten Club-Mixes aktueller Charthits von Chris Brown, Britney Spears, Kesha, u.v.a.
Komplettiert wird die Club Dance Collection durch ein ganz besonderes Special! CD 3 wurde exklusiv für euch von TOMCRAFT, einem der angesagtesten DJs der internationalen Club-Szene gemixt.
Die Club Dance Collection wird komplettiert durch eine ganz besondere dritte CD, nämlich ein Special über eines der angesagtesten deutschen Dance-Labels: Craft Music. Gemixt wird diese CD von einem der angesagtesten DJ der internationalen Club-Szene, Tomcraft. Ein Highlight, dass es so vorher nie gab.
Removing his A&R hat and once again gracing his own imprint, Tomcraft delivers his latest electronic masterpiece. Back in the studio for a reunion after huge success with long term production partner Eniac they set to work on this driving peak timer delivering a release that's tweaked and engineered specifically for the main room.
Having tested it for months and dropped it to huge evasion in clubs around the world the man that is Tomcraft takes a well deserved rest in the A&R chair once more, putting together a remix package of both strength and diversity.
Luigi Rocca, Aka Marshall from Hotfingers sets to work on a Techno master class, gritty, dark and large. Couple that with a slamming rework from Tomcraft's old friend and Techno don Lützenkirchen and the originals engineer Eniac's house rub the package is complete. This is quality music strictly for the heads!!
Positive Feedback received from Tiesto, Markus Schulz, Ferry Corsten, Groove Armada, Dubfire and many more
After some downtime Tomcraft's label is back with a bang!
DAVE SPOON vs DANNY FREAKAZOID: "SPOONAZOID" (Strobe & Danny Freakazoid re-work) Craft047
Roy Ströbel aka Strobe and Danny Freakazoid teamed up in their studio to produce a smashing re-work of this huge electro stomper by Dave Spoon.
Dave Spoon produced remixes for acts like Paul van Dyk, the Pet Shop Boys, Beyoncee and even Madonna. He is well known for his typical fresh sound and gets support from the biggest djs not only in in the UK.
Zürich based Danny Freakazoid is known for tracks like Soia or Black Or Blonde. Together with Strobe aka Roy Ströbel they deliver a fantastic 2011 Electro House rework of Dave Spoon's "Spoonazoid".
The release includes remixes by David Jones, one of the most in demand remixers at the moment, as well as a big banging remix by label boss Tomcraft himself. Mario Ochoa added his Tech House version to complete the package.
Some DJ Reactions:
Moguai: Yes! Tomcraft Remix! Good release!
Nic Fanciulli: Yes Original Mix! Downloading thanks.
Felix / Basement Jaxx: Will play and see
Sander Kleinenberg: Thanks! Downloading
Eddie Amador: Yes! Tomcraft Remix! Always appreciate Tomcraft remixes!
Axwell: Yes! Original Mix! Like it!
Just after his big #1 Techhouse anthem „Room 414” Tomcraft returns with the next peaktime anthem on his very own label Craft Music. Produced again with partner in crime Eniac and with twisted remixes from Amo & Navas and Manuel De la Mare. Looks like a biggie again..
Tomcraft - A Place Called Soul (Original)
Tomcraft - A Place Called Soul (David Amo & Julio Navas Remix)
Tomcraft - A Place Called Soul (Manuel De La Mare's Playground Remix)
Tomcraft - A Place Called Soul (Eniac Remix)
TIM HEALEY & TOMCRAFT FEAT. SIRREAL - Live It Love It - OUT NOW on Surfer Rosa
With the Surfer Rosa releases going from strength to strength, the unstoppable Tim Healey is back with an early taster from his forthcoming album, this time, teaming up with Tomcraft and genius lyricist/front man SirReal. Like the Bastard Son of The Prodigy and Underworld, but with a 2010 twist, this record will rock any venue.
On remix duties the mighty Lutzenkirchen drops a deep tech-house re-work of galactic proportions, and star-spangled electro-pop-meister Kidda slams in with a devastating nuclear pay-load of a mix.
Early support for Live It Love It from: Fatboy Slim, Roger Sanchez, Annie Nightingale, Eddie Halliwell, Mason, Calvertron & Zinc.
Martin Eyerer & Tomcraft - It's Simply This AVAILABLE NOW
Munich Disco Tech Volume 8 again with great surprises: First ever cooperations between GSR regulars Martin Eyerer & Tomcraft and Lützenkirchen & Rainer Weichhold. Plus new exclusives from Italian wonderboy Heartik, no.1 beatport techhouse remixers Tube & Berger and Great Stuff's local hero Markus Mehta from Munich.
01. Heartik - Boog Me
02. Lützenkirchen & Rainer Weichhold – Impeccable
03. Tube & Berger vs Kean Sanders - Slumdog Superstar
Great Stuff Records finally celebrates its 100. release six years after Tomcraft started the label together with two partners from scratch and discovered some of the hottest new artists of the decade. Back in the days the first Great Stuff release was from Tomcraft & Eniac (called “Great Stuff”) so Tom had the idea to find his former studio partner Eniac again to also produce GSR100. With their long common history of producing evergreens like “Loneliness” it was a shame that they didn’t work together for 7 years. But now it all changed, they met in Berlin, had their first chat in hotel room 414 and started being in the studio several times since then rediscovering their mutual love for the big anthems. For this first common single they used a sample from Mood II Swing’s house classic “Can’t Get Away” and had the help from great remixers Tube & Berger and Citizen Kain.
Tim Healey’s two hot labels Giant Pussy Records and Surfer Rosa Records go from strength to strength and so is the labelowner himself. Now teaming up again with Tomcraft from Munich for their second common release for Taste/d Music, this time with vocals from MC Junior Red from Brighton. Both, the Deep Club and the Supertrash versions were produced together by the two friends in Tim’s studio in Brighton. A great dubstep version come from Screen Age & vocalist Junior Red while the Weekend Heroes and Sandro Silva take the progressive path.
Tomcraft is on fire more then ever in 2010. He is working on new dance floor bombs in the studio almost 24/7 at the moment, but still finds time to play some of biggest festivals and coolest clubs around the globe.
After having massive success with his last EP release together with Tim Healey 'Real Smooth Feat. DJ Assault' out on Taste'd Recordings (Fatboy Slim charted it in his 'Weapon of Choice' charts in March) - Tom is back with another dynamic duo collaboration.
This time with everyones darling Jerome Isma-Ae, both present a superb release 'Trouble In The Redlight District' on Jerome's very own Jee Productions label.
Tomcraft & Jerome Isma-Ae 'Trouble In The Redlight District' Jee Productions - Beatport Link
More breaking news coming right up! Tomcraft has also just announced that he started working again with long time partner Eniac. The dream team for example together produced the No. 1 UK Smash Hit "Loneliness".
The original press release for the „Loneliness“ single back in 2002 stated the following: “Loneliness” has attracted a lot of attention even before it’s release on vinyl. Only 50 whitelabels sent out by Kosmo Records to key dj’s led to preorders of the first 12” of more then 3000 units, which is quite an impressive number in times like these. Here comes a hit… What followed is club music history. “Loneliness” went straight to no. 1 in the UK sales charts and developed to one of the biggest club records ever. For Kosmo Records, Tomcraft and the rest of the dance world.
Now in 2010 Kosmo Records decided to release a new remix package of this alltime club classic. The first bundle contains four mixes, contributed by Lissat & Voltaxx, Adam K & Soha, Mario da Ragnio and Niels van Gogh. Available wordwide exclusively on Beatport.