We are having a Scorpio party this month as it’s my birthday month,
can’t wait to see all you Scorpios there!!
I’m really looking forward to my return to Love in da House on Tuesday 13th Nov!
I’m really looking forward to my next gig in Denver on Friday 26th October @ City Hall.
It’s been a while since my last visit so i’m bringing out the big guns for this one!
Get your discounted presale tickets here –
Scott Kirkland (Crystal Method) – 8/10 – Very cool tracks
Peo de Pitte – 10/10 – Takes me back, I like it!!!!!
Lady Packa – 10/10 – As always amazing Lee!
Beta – 9/10 – A nice Deep and Funky release, just how i like it
This will be massive, everybody is in full Burning Man mode so we are throwing a Pre Burn Party!
With Djs from sound camps that define Burning Man each year… See y’all there!
Pre sale tickets – http://fam2012.eventbrite.com/
Facebook event and more info – https://www.facebook.com/events/400519613329840/
Brand new main room Acid stomper from Lee Coombs. We been itching to get this into your hands for a while now. Quite simply it’s a Monster Acid track aimed squarely at peak time. Preferably in a dark space with huge speakers…
Dylan Rhymes “Big signature Acid sound from Lee Coombs. Acid House meets Future Tech!”
Elite Force “Really liking this one Lee – dark, insistent and a little bit dirty :)”
Lady Packa “Super Amigo, Fantastic acid Sound!!”
Ways and Means “F**k YEAAA LOVE it! Thanks, defo play!”
Thrust Retrospective Vol 1 mixed by Lee Coombs Special 20% Discount Offer!
20% Off Discount Code is – RETRO (type this in upon checkout at our online store)
Thrust Recordings Online Store – http://thrustrecordings.bandcamp.com
“Great to hear these jems again” Crystal Method
“I always liked a bit of Tribal Tension” Plump DJs
“Classics everybody should own and now they sound like brand new releases again!”
A retrospective look at some of Lee Coombs and Thrusts finest moments from as far back as 1997, including the underground Breaks Classic Thrust 1 (the 1st Thrust release). These are some of the tracks that have defined a generation of Tech Funk Clubbers and DJs alike and is also the reason Lee Coombs has gone on to consistently write groundbreaking artist albums and remix some of the biggest acts in the World. These tunes have been hammered with huge results in every great Club across the planet by the Residents who know and love their crowds along with the International Superstar DJ’s that drop in every week.
Not happy with the production techniques of yesterday Lee has painstakingly remixed; re mastered (by Uberzone) or made completely new versions of these Classic tracks making them sound as fresh as when they were first released. Thrust 1 and Thrust 2 have never been available as digital downloads and have been long since deleted as vinyl releases, also there is a brand new version of The Lee Coombs and The Drumattic Twins Remix of Thrust 1 which is currently blowing up Lee’s Dance Floors. Killer underground tunes from D Ramirez, Meat Katie and Paranoid Jack have all been re mastered and there are brand new and fully unreleased tracks by Oscar Goldman (of Thrust 2 fame) and Lee Coombs with the unreleased bomb Thrust 4.
1. Lee Coombs – Thrust One (Remastered)
2. Lee Coombs and The Drumattic Twins – Tribal Tension (Remastered)
3. Meat Katie and Justin Drake – I’m still here (Remastered)
4. Oscar Goldman – Thrust 2 – Lee Coombs Remix (2012 re edit and Remastered)
5. Lee Coombs – Rollin (Remastered)
6. Burnz Brothers – Machine (Remastered)
7. D Ramirez ft Steve Edwards – Testify (Remastered)
8. Paranoid Jack – Bring back the jack (Remastered)
9. Oscar Goldman – Modulator (Previously unreleased track)
10. Lee Coombs – Thrust 4 (Unreleased and New Remix)
11. Thrust Retrospective Vol 1 Continuous DJ mix by Lee Coombs
Click here to listen and buy – http://thrustrecordings.bandcamp.com
I am honored to be able to say that i contributed to one of the most mind blowing Art installations ever to be seen at Burning Man. Peter Hudson’s Charon was a huge team effort and the result is nothing short of Amazing! I have been working with Warren Trezevant who did the original animation for the Skeletons on the art piece. The film shows the progress from the very beginning of the animation process right through to the final result at Burning Man 2011. I wrote the music and wanted to give it a dark and atmospheric edge to be in keeping with the theme, needless to say we are VERY happy with the result and we hope you enjoy watching / listening as much as we did making it. Big Love and respect to Peter Hudson and all the Charon Team (you know who you are, the list is huge) and especially Warren for creating this amazing film. LC x
I am very excited to let you all know about my new monthly residency in San Francisco.
Hope to see you all there.
Project One Press release –
Project One Gallery, a lounge and art gallery in San Francisco, is pleased to announce an exciting musical collaboration with internationally acclaimed DJ Lee Coombs. P1 and Coombs are launching a new monthly event: “Familia,” featuring Coombs as P1’s new resident DJ along with rotating special guest DJs.
“I’m very excited about selecting music to play for Familia,” said Coombs, who is looking forward to using this opportunity to build “more eclectic sets,” which will include “all the newest tech funk, acid house, breaks, and electro, mixed with the coldest of classics.”
Coombs will be joined by special guest Überzone for the first “Familia” on May 19th. Überzone, also known as Q, also known as Timothy Wiles, is a California native known for his supremely danceable and unique electro beats. Wiles exploded onto the scene in the late 1990s, when he produced a number of hit singles, including “Botz,” “The Freaks,” and “2Kool4Skool” for City of Angels. Most recently, he mixed VCMG’s Ssss, a collaboration between Vince Clarke and Martin L. Gore of Depeche Mode, and remixed Erasure’s “A Whole Lotta Love Gone Riot” for their “Fill Us With Fire” single.
British-born Lee Coombs has been DJing since 1989, when he got his start at acid house parties in London and Cambridge. He went on to run several of his own labels and collaborate with some of the most respected artists and producers in his field, combining breaks, house, electro, techno, and acid to create groundbreaking mixes in his own signature style. Coombs is a talented and innovative fan-favorite around the world, whether he’s releasing music through his own Thrust Recordings or as part of the Lot49 team, or mesmerizing massive audiences filling dance floors from Australia to Burning Man.
Coombs is thrilled to begin making regular appearances at P1, calling the gallery/lounge “the perfect place for my new monthly residency.” Coombs elaborated, saying, “The venue is perfect, the sound system is on point, and the layout of the room keeps the vibe intimate but still feeling like we have space. I had been looking in SF for somewhere to do this for a while, and was blown away by how comfortably we tore the roof off the place last time I played. Congratulations to Steve and Brooke on building such a great venue! I really feel like we are about to build something very special at Project One. I can’t wait to see you all there!”
P1 is a 3200 square foot converted warehouse located in the design district of San Francisco, featuring a state of the art sound system and full bar. P1 hosts both up-and-coming and globally recognized DJs as well as showcasing the work of local and international contemporary artists in their gallery space.
Event page for the first show on May 19th – https://www.facebook.com/events/404776036214342/
Really looking forward to this one! Debut Cambodia performance!
This will be fun times 12!!!
Was very pleased with this one, if you like your Acid vibes don’t miss out on this 🙂
We have just uploaded our recent catalogue to our lovely new online shop, and as a special bonus every track in the back catalogue is only $1.00! That’s cheaper that anywhere else in the world! Also it’s especially good if your from Europe as you will benefit from the exchange rate. Go get your Thrust goodies right here – http://thrustrecordings.bandcamp.com
I just did this rather revealing interview for my friends at the quality Life Support Machine website.
Check it out!! 🙂