Review: Berlin legend Andre Galuzzi heads up the Aras imprint, which is now onto its ninth release and follows up some great material by other bigwigs such as local heroine Dana Ruh and Frankfurt's Hot City Orchestra. He taps one of 'Mainhatten's' finest in the form of Deep Vibes head honcho Sascha Dive. Following on from such killer releases such as "Werewolf" and "The Basic Collective", Dive serves up yet another fierce tribal tech-house stomper in the from of "Children Of Sorrow". This moody and atmospheric cut will have the sweat dripping off the walls, wherever it's played. Next up is Galuzzi himself with the headrush inducing minimalism of "Bambo". The original resident of Berlin's infamous Panorama Bar certainly knows a thing or two about what works on the dancefloor. He's still a regular at the club, but more often than not you'll find him playing the main floor at Berghain or outside in the garden in Summer - where this slow burning and hypnotic cut would certainly work a treat.