Scheduled for early march via Shhhh Records
is Sascha Müllers new 12" named "Sommernachtsträume" which is the strangest release on Shhhh
so far and well astounding for Mr. Müller as well as he's usually known for more straightforward musical pieces. This tune instead, talking the title giving piece here, seems to be an endless and ever repeating loop of what might be flagged under the name of Gypsy Techno these days - that kind of TechHouse with influences of Eastern Europes traditional music that became popular through support of the likes of Ricardo Villalobos and others. "Sommernachtsträume" is such a piece and it - although less than 6 minutes long - seems to run for eternities, like a Moebius Strip in time. Hopping on the same bandwagon is Bluff's remix but playing around with filters a lot, adding some acidic bits, pumping up bassdrums and stretching the whole thing up to nearly ten minutes. One for ketamine-driven afterhours. The flipside serves two additional tracks - "Bangkok" and "Future Funk Part II" - both on an Electro tip with a dreamy flavor but keeping up with the Moebius like feel of the A-side which means loops and loops but not much development within the tunes themselves. This one's for tool-loving DJ's.
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