Trainspotting with Sarp Yilmaz

The big tunes from the big hitters

SarpMoodymann – I Cant Kick This Feeling When It Hits (KDJ)
I play this since forever, and it rocks everytime, what am I gonna do ?

Skipson– K’s Editspot Pt 3 (Maria Colors)
Frank is awesome and that sample rules…

Henrik  Scwarz – Knuyuki Takehashi – Once Again (Soulphiction remix) (Mule)
Jazz baby…

Mat  Chiavaroli – War Outside  (Kinda Soul)
Simple, groovy, Soul and a brilliant sample.

Tom Ellis – One by One (Good Ratio Music)
Deep and emotional but groovy and funky at the same time.

Andres – Youre Sstill The One (Moods & Grooves)
Deep , soulful and flows nicely and smoothly.

Barrytone – Skin Deep (Apparel)
Such a simple  and serene melody and then off to space.

Recloose – Ain’t Cchangin’ (Planet E)
This will rock your beach and poolside times.

Dop – No more Daddy (Circus Company)
The piano line is sick and the whole track is freaky.

Morphosis – Impulse (Delsin)
Pure pyschedelia, almost like Pink Floyds “Saucerful Of Secrets” turned into techno.


Sarp Yilmaz ‘Spread Love (Rework)’ (Apparel Music)
12” vinyl only

The excellent Apparel label returns with a new reworking of the superb single ‘Spread Love’ from much lauded Turkish producer Sarp Yilmaz…

Apparel Music has been releasing quality electronic sounds since 2009, focusing on it’s own unique ‘Jazzy’ style that incorporates house, techno, electronica and more. Releases from label boss Kisk alongside producers such as Lopazz, Gavin Herlihy & Echonomist have helped make Apparel a highly respected label and a ‘go to’ for quality music.

Istanbul based producer Sarp Yilmaz has been around for a few years now, but it’s with his recent output, including his album for Apparel this year, that he has been gaining serious attention. Support from the likes of Maya Jane Coles, who played his music on Pete Tong’s show and Osunlade, who described him as the ‘best new artist around’ in his Guardian interview, go to show that Yilmaz’s time is very much now.

‘Spread Love’ featured on Yilmaz’s recent album ‘As If I Care’ and was one of the highlights of the LP. Here it appears as a reworked version for this exclusive one-sided 12” release.

The track is a superbly deep and warm slice of underground house that perfectly marries electronic elements with a subtle musicality. Rich keys and rolling bass join with the organic sounding percussion to create the perfect base for the atmospheric vocals, pure quality!

There may only be one track on offer here, but it truly if something special and will no doubt further cement the reputation of Sarp Yilmaz and the excellent Apparel Music.