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30 Jan 08
13 May 13
Review: Arguably the most recognisable of Panorama Bar's resident DJs, Steffi follows Cassy, Tama Sumo, Prosumer and Nick Hoppner in cooking up the fifth batch of tracks to make the Panorama Bar mix series. Exclusive material comes from Big Strick, Fred P, Dexter, Juju & Jordash and Steffi herself, while other house cuts come from former drum and bass staples Endian (Commix) and Trevino (Marcus Intalex). Other veterans to feature in the mix include DJ Skull with his original '93 pressing "Don't Stop The Beat", while Steven Tang's Obsolete Music Technology chips in with "Latency". Newer sounds come from Fear Of Flying's BLM, US-based deep house producer Chris Mitchell, DJ Fett Burger and Will Martin collaboration with John Barera; one half of Boston outfit B-Tracks.
24 Sep 12
Review: Steffi is one of the few DJs who manages to get the balance right between deep house and forceful techno - and she has translated her DJing approach to her latest release. The title track starts off in tracky mode, its dubby drums, clicking, reverberating claps and pulsing bass suggesting an arrangement focusing on stripped back techno. But midway through, the arrangement veers into a deep synth passage with echoes of Omar S's raw sound. On "Tank (Beats Version)", Steffi drops a pounding, slamming rhythm that could be the by-product of too many mornings spent in Berghain's bowels. But she also delivers "Tank (String Version)", a version punctuated by sensuous strings.
07 Feb 11
Played by: Rotciv, The Revenge, DJ Vibe, Estroe, Romanto (Young Society/Daredomusic), Chris Coco, Shadow Dancer, Mike O'mara(Development Music), Alkalino, Roberto Rodriguez, Glenn Keohane(Ng415/K), Juno Recommends Minimal/Tech House, Kruse & Nuernberg, Paul Leath, Enzo Canale, DJ T, Adam Khan (Void Music), Concrete Jungle, Tiger Stripes, Oliver Deutschmann, Ben Westbeech, Chicago Damn
Review: Panoramabar resident and Klakson co-founder Steffi unveils her debut album, and as you’d expect from an Ostgut Ton release, it’s an enjoyable collection of high-grade house. The Dutch DJ/producer is known for her love of quality analogue tackle (as anyone who has bought Klakson releases will confirm), and it’s this jack-era ethos that’s at the heart of Yours & Mine. "Arms", "Manic Moods" and "Mine" all throb to a Chi-town beat, with the latter’s strings and percussion coming on like a lost TRAX flipside. Steffi also tries her hand at Motor City style machine soul, densely layered deepness and anthemic piano house - all with impressive results. It’s notoriously hard to make a good quality house album that hangs together well, but with Yours Or Mine, Steffi has succeeded.