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Played by: Juno Recommends Minimal/Tech House, Sean Danke, Tura, Enzo Canale, Paolo Madzone Zampetti, Kryss Hypnowave, Yellow Bus Project, Nick Warren
Review: Hamburg-based duo Nico and Christian aka Kollektiv Turmstrasse make the most of what's left of Summer by releasing this EP featuring shimmering remixes of two tracks: "Lapache" and "Ordinary". Alex Q, Lake People, YouANDMe & Cosmic Cowboys rework the former in poolside electro-house forms respectively. Meanwhile "Ordinary" features three of the EPs stand-out remixes: an eccentric sleazy house-turns-hippy-trip-out from Alex Q, a harder jackin' mix by Mick Rubins and a haunting melancholic tech-house version by Lake People. Here comes the sun.
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Played by: Timo Maas
30 Jun 11
Review: On this excellent two-tracker, Hamburg-based tech-house boffins Kollektiv Turmstrasse (AKA Christian Hilscher and Nico Plagemann) get the remix treatment from the always reliable Jimpster and Robag Wruhme. While the former's typically slinky deep house rub of "Was Bleibt" has peaktime potential (think sweet strings, soaring vocals and faithfully chunky bottom end pressure), it's the Wighomy Brothers man who most impresses. His version of "Heimat" offers more atmospheric thrills, building a deliciously crackly groove around booming low end pulses, cascading music box figures and a truly spellbinding combination of strings and harp. It's nothing less than mesmerising - deep tech-house at its best.
03 Sep 12
21 Oct 11
Review: The German house duo's "Uneins" gets two different remix treatments. The version by Of Norway is closer in sound to Turmstrasse's own approach as clapping hands are smartly deployed as a percussive backing and the breathy, building synths that are the trademark of labels like Diynamic and Conaisseur rise to the fore. However, the key difference here is the soulful male vocals that gradually come to dominate the track, and ensure that the breakdown is even more epic than usual. Aril Brikha's take sees him opt for a different tact than is his wont. Ditching the epic techno melodies, the Swedish producer uses solid beats, a funk bassline and rasping percussion to create a soulful, unhurried house groove.
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20 Jan 12
Played by: Enzo Canale
Review: The ever reliable Germany imprint Connaisseur returns with this rock-solid four tracker. First up is Michael Sowbug's "Proof", in which a political speech is twisted in a drunken manner similar to Dinky's remix of The Royal We's "Party Guilt" and placed atop a sumptuous bed of cosy pads, before UK deep house ledge Jimpster turns in a typically stylish instrumental refix of Kollektiv Tumrstrasse's "Was Bleibt". Up next is Distortion's stargazing, arpeggio-driven "Ballte Your Music" and, finally, "Have It Your Way", a sultry collaboration between Alex Jones and Shenoda.
09 Jul 07