What's the point?
GENRE : Techno
2011-05-06   |   DMB004X   |   Damage Music Berlin
Release Notes
Although the Damage Music Berlin label is still in its youth, the creative input is not holding its breath too long: after the success of the Damage release Dirty Doering "Loco Remixes", this issue presents a new 12EP that puts even more excellent and fresh urban breath into modern club music. First up is "What's The Point?", a collaboration with label chief Alexander Kowalski together with Jake the Rapper.By teaming up with Jake the urban electronic guerilla, a cunning and highly-effective headbanging is produced, harvesting a moody and darkly infectious spoken text. "It all boils down"... what unfolds here is an intense yet uncluttered soundtrack surrounding a mystifying message of sexually metapysical proportions crafted and totally engaging. While kicking high-hats weave around the text, warbling chords probe, rise and fall, ultimately creating a compelling rhythm that rolls with effortless wicked charm. Following this is Alexander Kowalski's "Friendly Fire" that's invites ardent curiosity from the first knuckled beats. What's seems like an approaching minimal sketch procedes into building percussive tenacity, takes a sweeping lowtide pause and craftily lands in penetrating, grand Kowalski clubsound only he can build. Elegant in its rage and tense in its deep synergy. The EPs third entry "Friendly Fire (Dosem Remix)" allows the Spanish crossover live artist Dosem to fuse and infiltrate some very diverse and polished ammendments into the track. Without a doubt the elegant basslines and concise layering invoke exhalted emotion, a dancefloor opus that certainly points towards a certain rave feeling. By inviting the groove down housier avenues and seamlessly raising and lowering the track's temperature, Dosem's remix designs a melodic landscape you quite seriously want to dance to.
Full length : 21:58 / 3 Tracks / 320Kbps MP3
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