Sunday, September 16, 2007

Parts in the post, pt. 72

Seamus Haji comes up with a new, Tech- / ElectroHouse-flavored version of the infamous Disco-classic "Last Night A DJ Saved My Live" on Sound Of Urban / Universal. Mixes by Funkagenda and Filthy Rich are served on this 12", both paying respect to the original song and as well meant to have massive impact on more commercial dancefloors. Defo a nice one and well responded to by crowded dancefloors.

Remixes of Phonique’s recent album „Good Idea“ on Dessous Recordings been put out promo circuit recently and will be released as 073 of Steve Bug’s label. Charles Webster took care of „Worked It Out“ on the A-side and re-fixed a nice version somewhere in between of DeepHouse and a decent Progressive touch when it comes to beats and basslines, a tune that’ll be surely appreciated by DJ’s of many different genres. On the flip we’ve got Will Saul’s rework of „Bang“, taking dancefloor folks on a seriously spaced out trip to the deeper and darker side of what might be named Minimal Techno/House relying on slightly funky bassline figures, cold futuristic strings plus kinda troity tones, and Phonique’s own reshape of „Space Cruise“ featuring Gui Boratto, which is – as one might already guess – more NeoTrance-focused and melodic.

Mikael Jonasson’s „Twenty Se7en“ is to be released as 024 of Audiomatique Recordings, entering the realms of funk-flavored Minimal Techno with his label debut which is defo not lacking a sense of humour and tongue-in-cheek, quality entertainment despite many of these days releases. Especially his use of FX and a vast variety of reprocessed, ever changing sounds add a special flavour to all three tracks included on this 12“ to be filed as quite tool’ish but still unique and well refreshing.


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