ca·bal [kuh-bal] verb, ca·balled, ca·bal·ling. noun 1. a small group of secret plotters, as against a government or person in authority. 2. the plots and schemes of such a group; intrigue. 3. a clique, as in artistic, literary or theatrical circles.
The end of September is always a very busy time of year. As the summer heat fades, the Autumn / Fall terms kick-in, holidays end and (unless you’re part of the southern hemisphere) the world breathes a sad goodbye to fun in the sun. What better time then to shine a ray of optimistic light into the eardrums of the Earth? Cabal is a brand new record label whose anarchic scheme is to truffle out the very best in all things tech-house and keep the good times rolling! Inaugural honours are being handled by fast-emerging Argentine, John Gham, whose relocation to Berlin provided invaluable experience in the development of his unique sound. ‘Shake The Flip’ offers a contemporary take on the twisted U.S. deep-house scene of the nineties, whilst ‘Valentino’ channels a more ethereal melody over a chunky, techno mid-line.
Check both out on soundcloud and join the clique: http://soundcloud.com/thecabal
John Gham - Shake The Flip / Valentino is out Monday 24th September at Beatport and 8th October at iTunes and all good DMS