Review: Hamburg-based label Ton Liebt Klang are back with a new one by Schierling's Sebastian Fleischer aka Djoker. He is a popular DJ on the German festival scene, with previous releases for the likes of In Depth Tunes and Amber Recordings. His offering here titled "Would You Do It" is an expression in deep melodic house, perfect for those solitary moments in the middle of the dancefloor, which will appeal to fans of the Stil Vor Talent or Katermukke sound. The second offering "Could Not See" meanders down a much moodier path, with its foreboding bassline underpinned with punchy tech house rhythms and the addition of melancholic vocals for dramatic effect.
Review: Hamburg-based label Ton Liebt Klang are back with a new release by Regensburg's Norman Czerny, who follows up a great one last year on Subinstict. "Move" is a bass driven minimal tech house groove that is perfect for the warm-up or afterhours alike. Fans of the west coast sounds of Dirtybird or Hottrax will really dig this one. It's backed up by a terrific remix by Sebatian Fleischer, who has had some promising tracks on start up labels such as Frequenza, Lauter and In Depth in recent times - his rework takes the track down a hypnotic deep house route.
Review: Hamburg's Ton Liebt Klang returns with Ricardo "The Gringo" Rodriguez. The German producer is a staple of labels like Play This! and Spinnup, and serves up the very Toto Chiavetta inspired futurist soul of "If I" showing a very masterful production style, followed by the tough rolling, bass-driven tech house of "Clueless" following in the tradition of classic UK style and sure to have potential crossover appeal. Rodriguez is one to watch in 2020 and beyond - tip!
Review: If you were looking for an anthemic number for set-closing (or set-starting) purposes, you could do a lot worse than 'Deep In Love'. Centred around piano chords so lush and luxuriant you could swim in them and topped with haunting, wordless vocal snippets plus a looping, spoken male "We fell in love/so deep in love", this epic, midpaced cut is one of those that's almost guaranteed to have 'em running up to the booth clamouring to know what it is. And if THAT doesn't, then try 'You Are Welcome', which rocks a similar MO but with tuffer kicks and a vocal from the Mr V/E-Man school of thought.