Review: Moonbootica are well established in DJ circles as being providers of high quality electronic disco. Here, some of those very DJs line up to rework their piano-led single, June. Highlights include Etienne De Crecy's moody techno-pop version, Sharem Jay's tough electro-house workout and Italo Brutalo's neon-tinged Eurodisco jam.
Review: Hamburg's electro meisters Moonbootica are back on their own Moonboutique label with four remixes of their "June" track. Teenage Mutants go for a progressive approach, Moonbootica themselves rework their track into a spacey Ibiza beach cut, Ante Perry provides the oddities thanks to those nutty breakdowns, Tagteam Terror deliver a juke-filtered hip-hop version, and you also get an extended mix of the original. Feel-good tunes for the feel-good months.
Review: Moonbotica is the pseudonym of Hamburg duo KoweSix and Tobitob, who've been playing together since the '90s. A deep summer bounce is coming in the form of their new EP, where they are bringing back some wide open soundscapes and hands in the air moments. Uplifting and techy at the same time, "Sun of Ra" is the perfect soundtrack for the festival season. Dancing snares and a groovy bass line on the second offering "I Kill" which is the typical Moonbootica sound with a delicate use of soulful vocals. Enjoy this special EP wherever you are dancing this season, whether it be Kater Blau in Berlin or Villa Nova in Hamburg or beyond!
Review: Hamburg electro duo Moonbootica get busy on Herve's Cheap Thrills label with this new maximal beast, "Iconic". A heavy late-night worker in the vein of Sebastian or Digitalism, it's a glistening mix of hi-end chords and driving crunch-bass, that benefits from a vocodered rerub from TAI, and a boogie-focused, Braxe-shaped disco overhaul from the excellent Lorenz Rhode.
Review: Hamburg-based veterans Moonbootica are finally back to release on Berlin's Katermukke, and kicking off the release season of 2020 in fine fashion. The duo comprised of Oliver Kowalski and Tobias Schmidt bring you "Back Into Reality" - a moody and evocative serving of atmospheric dancefloor drama that's sure bring on the vibes on a heaving Kater Blau dancefloor. Second offering "Bliss-Off" works its magic by way of an infectious, shimmering melody and powerful overall energy that makes its glorious drop - right after the tension and suspense of that epic breakdown. It's simply just more surefire club fodder by the Moonboutique head honchos.