Thursday, May 03, 2007

Parts in the post, pt. 62

Available on promotional CD-R only - at least at the day this review is written - is part 2 of Koolture's recent release "Heart (The Remixes)", including another bunch of seven additional remixes by the likes of Tecnoman SF, Ladies On Mars, Sgoliat as well as the original album version of this tune. As the reworks featured on part 1 all served mixes cover the field between genres like Trance, proggy TechHouse and SynthPop and are about to work discotheques as well as more underground venues right.

Parallel to its original version Sound Of Urban / Universal Records have put out a remix edition 12" of David Vendetta's recent single "Love To Love You Baby" featuring four reworks by artists like Julien Merros, R-Slane, Yann Kriss and Louis Botella. All of them deliver proper functional works for floors that are not necessarily bound to the "underground" attribute but still on a - lets say - TechHouse-tip that's slightly touched by mainstream flavors. Not to be filed under the flag of "classic" or "essential" but a good tool anyway - if you need one.

Production duo Trolle Siebenhaar sees their new 12" put on the circuit by the danish label Boom! Records and remixed by well-known names as there are Groove Rebels, Oliver Koletzki, Martin Buttrich and the Fat Tony Crew. As one might already learn from the remixers names the reworks are stuck somewhere between deeper shades of what's named Minimal these days and genres like ElectroHouse / TechHouse, working the dancefloor crowd properly and - due to Ane Trolle's incinsive vocals - will be quickly recognised and well appreciated by punters as well as jocks. Gonna stick in DJ's cases a bit longer than yr average promo vinyl, so watch out for this one.


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