Various - mostly remixes jan. 1993

Dj Mike-Nice is ne of the top names in the area when it comes to American Hip-Hop, RnB & Dirty South! Currently stationed on Panzer Kaserne in Stuttgart, Germany his exceptional knowledge of the music genres and ability to read crowds guarantee to capture the crowd and put on a show every time he steps into the dj-booth. Regular international club bookings from the United States to Germany speak for themselves! Not to mention his successful mixtape series which are proven to show his skills, versatility as well as are known to set trends in the game. Associate of . Ent (Germany), HatLo Ent (/USA), INVADERS International Crew & resident DJ jobs in two of the hottest American Hip-Hop clubs in southern Germany underline that Mike-Nice is definitely hot in demand!

Double cd release and remastered and re-worked by Brand at The Treehouse 2013-14

From the 2009 release notes:

Steve Brand says, "I'd been an Ishq (Matt Hillier) fan for about 3-4 years. I found his music as part of my complete immersion in Ultimae material (Ishq kept showing up in the 'If you like this, you’ll like this' area of iTunes). I bought 'Orchid' and was hooked. I love Matt's atmospheres and beats, the delicacy, expansiveness and expressiveness of feeling, and his intuitive and spiritual approach to music...really feels like home to me.

Matt had some free loops of his sounds on his site at that time and I couldn't resist - I used some in a piece and sent the piece to him, Matt kindly responded. I then suggested a collaboration. He quickly sent me a entire DVD of unique material...and here we are..very easy and organic. I think everyone will really enjoy these disks which are a very nice mingling of our individual sounds; you can hear the Ishq influence, but overall, probably a bit of a darker journey than his own work, but still spacious, organic, emotive."

Album sampler here

Limited to 150 glass mastered double cd edition .

Lyrics Born - "Coulda Woulda Shoulda" (Party Ben Remix)

Yes, I finally have an official release, thanks to Lyrics Born and the fine folks at Decon. They've put together an EP of a bunch of remixes of tracks from Mr. Born's most recent album As U Were, including work from Trackademicks, Mocean Worker, Amplive and Yultron. My bouncy version of "Coulda Woulda Shoulda" also made the cut, and it can be yours for the low low price of $. Mad respect to the awesome and always inspiringly positive LB (just try following his Twitter feed , it makes Deepak Choprah look like Emo Phillips).

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