This And That EP
Tech, Minimal, Deep, Techhouse
21. April 2017
03. May 2017
01 Didier dlb – This & That (Original Mix)
02 Didier dlb – This & That (David Pher Remix)
03 Didier dlb – Tension (Original Mix)
04 Didier dlb – Tangent (Original Mix)
We are back for our 2nd release „This And That EP“ starring Didier de la Boutique (dlb) - a long-term friend and a great artist who has always been able to find himself in new and evolving pathes of electronic music. As a part of the infamous duo Turmspringer, he’s deeply connected to Berlin’s underground scene since many years and resident DJ of Golden Gate Club, holding a sweaty after hour series. Besides his own imprint Compute Music, he’s releasing on labels like Tonkind, Pantamuzik or Get Physical. And in between, he travels around the globe to bring underground spirit and his special vibe into the clubs + festivals.
The original of „This & That“ takes you straight into the odd world of DIDIER DLB. Built on a catchy bassline with a warm groove, the repetetive and distracted voice cuts doin’ its thang for the perfect nonsense conversation, until a mad bony acid string starts swirling around.
DAVID PHER is our man for the remix. His stripped-down groovin’ interpretations of tracks made him release on some of our favourite labels like Gruuv, Deeperfect, VIVa Music, Solid Groove, Suruba or Material, just to name a few - the more we are happy about what we delivers here! A tight and loopy neverending groove gets bursted by skewed smashes, while the acid worm turns and turns on this funky trip.
„Tension“ comes deep from the modulated basement and stomps ahead with a low-kickin’ drive. Analog-sounding bleeps and blurps carry on moving this lovely monster until a wide and shiny chord appears. And if you believe this was enough exitement for this EP, we’d lead you to the third original called „Tangent“, which is definitely a peak timer. The rough and tough synth bass drills continously into an epic atmosphere, that is stired up by kinky voice shreds. Timeless moments are finally the results with adding a glorious-sounding sequence.