Review: Keinemusik is turning 10 years old in 2019: and as the label stated themselves it has been a decade of successful releases, priceless memories and of doing things hand in hand. Therefore this celebratory release simply needs to carry this name. All the label's staples contribute here: Rampa kicks things off with the sexy and melodic bliss of "For This" featuring the breathtaking vocal delivery of one Chiara Noriko, Reznik gets low slung and funky on his deep disco jam "Schuhus Groove" and the ever dependable Adam Port hands in a wicked edit of by Ede Lulu Quim Manuel O Spirito Santo - proper soulful/spiritual afro house vibes.
Review: For this new Keinemusik release, Berliner Adam Port is 'sprucing up the image of the guitar.' Port's rehabilitation of the six string instrument comes in the form of "Ganesha Song", the A-side of KM036. Another attempt from Port to merge peak time appeal with experimentalism and refining his method of groove. More guitars on the flip side, but this time merging Mariachi impressions and Angolan folklore. Port uses the source material of Quim Manuel O Espirito Santo while crafting his edit .Two very different approaches to get some feet on the floor, showcasing the mans knack for artistic diversity.