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16.04.2014

This happens when Mr.Munk plays Gomma tracks in Mexico…

 

18.02.2014

Munk on Under The Shade

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After his recent cooperation with Pachanga Boys’ Rebolledo - Mr. Munk continues his 2014 release marathon with a single on London’s finest house label Under The Shade. Label of Ben Pearce and other big names of last year’s house revival. The new single “Intimate Stranger” features again Berlin/Brixton supergirl Mona Lazette on the mic.

The song is a futuristic house tune with classic song structure, harmonies inspired by 60ies American soul songs and reminds a bit of the great pop composers such as Trevor Horn. The amazing voice of Mona Lazette and the beautiful chords of Gomma boss Munk create a completely new way of house music. This is not retro – it’s a new edge.

The single comes with remixes by Mammarella, Plastic Plates and Mercury.

12.02.2014

MUNK & Rebolledo “Surf Smurf” (Rebolledo Version) VIDEO

The crazy Surf Smurf single by Rebolledo and Gomma’s Munk created some euphoria. Resident Advisor just made a big feature and blogs all over are getting crazy for this Rockabilly Techno absurdity.

Here is a video for Rebolledo’s remix version!

Listen /
Buy on Beatport

11.02.2014

Munk Boiler Room set

Munk’s fantastic Boiler Room set now on Soundcloud!

Tracklist:
1. Munk – The Beat (Kolombo Remix) (Gomma)
2. Daniel Avery & The Deadstock 33s – Eric Zann Revisited (Gomma)
3. Black Loops – Let Me See You Roll (Toy Tonics)
4. Munk – Misterio (Severino HMD Remix) (Gomma)
5. Moullinex – Sunflare (Club Mix) (Gomma)
6. Munk & Rebolledo – Surf Smurf (Munk Version) (Gomma)
7. Mercury – Old Man’s House (Gomma)
8. The Deadstock 33s – The Circular Path (Gomma)
9. Fakewine edit ? (Toy Tonics)
10. Ricardo Baez – We Come Around (Toy Tonics)
11. Munk – La Musica (Gomma)

29.01.2014

MUNK @ Boiler Room

Gomma head honcho Munk just did an ecstatic Boiler Room session.
Driving the crowd nuts with playing only Gomma and Toy Tonics releases. They were screaming and jumping constantly – and Mathias was in a excellent mood, too.. as u can see.

Tracklist:
1. Munk – The Beat (Kolombo Remix) (Gomma)
2. Daniel Avery & The Deadstock 33s – Eric Zann Revisited (Gomma)
3. Black Loops – Let Me See You Roll (Toy Tonics)
4. Munk – Misterio (Severino HMD Remix) (Gomma)
5. Moullinex – Sunflare (Club Mix) (Gomma)
6. Munk & Rebolledo – Surf Smurf (Munk Version) (Gomma)
7. Mercury – Old Man’s House (Gomma)
8. The Deadstock 33s – The Circular Path (Gomma)
9. Fakewine edit ? (Toy Tonics)
10. Ricardo Baez – We Come Around (Toy Tonics)
11. Munk – La Musica (Gomma)

24.01.2014

Munk & Rebolledo – Surf Smurf (Gomma 190)

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Pachanga Boys’ Rebolledo and Gomma Boss Munk doing a single together! And when two freaks like them meet for music – the result has to be a masterpiece of craziness!
Surf Smurf – this single sounds like a David Lynch movie soundtrack for 2030. A dirty 60ies Surf Rock song gone electronic. There are 2 versions of the song: Rebolledo did a 12 minute dub techno rockabilly orgy. Munk a more energetic surf hop house track that will people drive crazy.

Check this out.. it’s special. Also the bonus track Got It Baby… haha… analogue piano acid techno for soul boys and girls…

Buy on Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/release/surf-smurf/1216910

19.01.2014

MUNK @ Boiler Room tonite!

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Gomma Boiler Room takeover!
Friday it was Moullinex djing at Boilerroom in Lisbon.
Tonite it’s MUNK. Playing music at Boiler Room in Munich.
With Daniel Bortz and others…
Tune in!

15.01.2014

New video for Munk “The Beat” (Kolombo Remix)

New Munk single “The Beat” first went up high in the Beatport House charts and now finally gets a video for the heavy Kolombo remix.

Munich’s Studio Seidel’s clip takes you directly to Toy Town, where residents include ice-skating bears, xylophone-playing hounds and an elephant on drums.
There’s also a vintage cameo from that mental cymbal-crashing chimp from Toy Story 3, whose wide-eyed, unblinking visage is slightly less terrifying when accompanied by this crisply bouncing beat and Londoner Mona Lazette’s smoothly understated vocals. Plus, with the continuing rise of the kigu, it might not be long before clubs start looking like this anyway…