Re: [HybridUK] Timo Maas
- At 02:54 PM 9/21/00 +0100, Stuart wrote:
>Just got the new Timo Maas single "Ubik" and it's great. Considering II haven't heard Ubik yet but Timo Maas stuff is excellent. There may be an
>also loved "Der Schieber", it's about time I asked (in case anyone on
>this list might have a good idea), how should I go about further
>investigating Timo Maas music?...
egroups mailing list for Timo so check on that.
Timo did a mix CD called "Dirty Trancing" for Muzik or Mixmag a few months
ago. I have it somewhere and while the mix quality wasn't that good it was
a lot of Timo's stuff (it's a 3 or 4 person team actually) all in one mix.
Otherwise, his remixes are _everywhere_ and quite varied.
I would recommend "Twin Town" and the BT remixes and the ubiquitous Azzido
Da Bass tracks- you should really listen to his other stuff though- it can
be really break-y like "Mad Dogs"
or trance-y ("Everytime") or house-y too. Almost always funky though...
A quick search on Juno gets you this:
AZZIDO DA BASS: Dooms Night (Edel US) Dooms Night (Timo Maas, DJ Jam X/De
Leon, Azzido Da Bass, Da Hardstylaz mixes)
BIG RON: Let The Freak (48K/Perfecto): Timo Maas remix & original/Besides
BT: Never Gonna Come Back Down (remixes) (Nettwerk US)
DJ MIND X/NOVY vs ENIAC: Nightingale (Additive)
GREEN VELVET: Answering Machine (remixes) (F111 US)
GREEN VELVET: Flash (Timo Maas, Danny Tenaglia remixes) (F111 US)
GREEN VELVET: Flash (Timo Maas, Danny Tenaglia remixes) (Music Man Belgium)
LUSTRAL: Everytime (Hooj Choons) - Trance
MAAS, Timo: Eclipse (Bush) - House
MAAS, Timo: Mad Dogs: Better Make Room (remixes) (Silver Planet) - Trance
MAAS, Timo: Riding On A Storm (Bush) - House
MAAS, Timo: Ubik (Perfecto) - House
MAAS, Timo vs IAN WILKIE: Twin Town (Tracid Traxxx Germany)
MICROBOTS: Cosmic Evolution (Part 2 - Timo Maas remix) (Quad Communications)
SOUTHSIDE SPINNERS: Luvstruck (AM:PM)
VARIOUS: Box Clever EP (Colourbox)
WINX: Don't Laugh 2000 (Clubtools)(Timo Maas "Y2K Rework" & "Live Raw" mix)
WINX: Don't Laugh 2000 (unreleased mixes) (Clubtools Germany) (Timo Maas
VARIOUS: Cream Live
VARIOUS: God's Kitchen: Divine
VARIOUS: Hot Kunst
VARIOUS: La Rocca Casino: Let It Roll
VARIOUS: Meltdown 2000: New Trance - The Deep Mix
VARIOUS: The Secret Life Of Trance Episode 1
VARIOUS: Trance 03 (reissue of "Trance Central 3")
VARIOUS: Trancemaster 25
VARIOUS mixed by ANTHONY PAPPA: Nubreed Global Underground
VARIOUS mixed by BLUE AMAZON: Nokturnel Mix Sessions
VARIOUS mixed by BRANDON BLOCK/TALL PAUL: Dance Nation (7)
VARIOUS mixed by DAVE SEAMAN: Global Underground 012 - Buenos Aires
VARIOUS mixed by LEON ALEXANDER: Hope Classics Volume 1
VARIOUS mixed by SEB FONTAINE: Cream Resident: Seb Fontaine
VARIOUS mixed by SEB FONTAINE: Prototype 2
> Just got the new Timo Maas single "Ubik" and it's great. Considering IWell, this coincides really well with where I've just been!
> also loved "Der Schieber", it's about time I asked (in case anyone on
> this list might have a good idea), how should I go about further
> investigating Timo Maas music?...
I've just this minute come back from Space's (Leeds club) 1st birthday
party, in association with Global Underground...and they had Timo Maas and
Seb Fontaine playing. I've seen Timo a few times before and am a big
fan....I also met him in Ibiza - that was really cool, I talked to him for
Tonight, he played a brilliant set and I got to have a bit of a chat with
him (I wonder if he thinks I'm following him now??) - I even told him off
for teasing us all - playing 10 seconds of 'Doom's Night' then mixing
another tune in!! We never got to hear the full track, which is very unusual
for one of his sets.
He gave me a VIP pass, which let me into the VIP area of the club - where
the drinks are actually cheaper?! What's with that??
Anyway, I digress! He's an incredibly nice guy (very down-to-earth) and has
bucket loads of talent.
If you ever get the chance to see him play live, jump at it!! He really gets
into his music, his personality really shines through.
His music is very tech-trancey....can be quite dark.....very fluidic.
He's a very talented producer too, as I'm sure you're aware (Doom's Night
remix, Ubik and many many more). He remixes a lot of tunes (did something
like a 100+ so far this year).
He's the next "Superstar DJ" and all the mags say he's going to be
huge....he's already getting his name about a lot.
His debut album, 'Music for the Maases', is out on Monday (25th Sept) in the
UK. Not sure of the tracking listing though.
So......the end my gushing about Timo (can't help it, still buzzing after
his set), go join the Timo Maas e-mail list at egroups.com!
[p.s. Stuart - seen the (quite substantial) Utah Saints article in the new
issue of Mixmag?]
> Timo did a mix CD called "Dirty Trancing" for Muzik or Mixmag a few monthswas
> ago. I have it somewhere and while the mix quality wasn't that good it
> a lot of Timo's stuff (it's a 3 or 4 person team actually) all in one mix.Yes, I've gotta agree there - the mixing on that is really pants. Some
brilliant tunes on there though, so he's forgiven.
Thank god is mixing is nothing like that live, eh?