brut! records / blues! records / POP! records
Limited edition green vinyl / black vinyl / digital release
1. Drei Farben House — On My Side (Daso remix) (7:06)
2. Drei Farben House — On My Side (Daso remix) (6:28)
3. Drei Farben House — Nightly Affairs (6:04)
4. Drei Farben House — On My Side (Andreas Heiszenberger remix) (5:09)
After a string of fantastic releases on the much missed label Scheinselbstaendig and indie-major Force Tracks, Hamburg ‘s best hidden talent Drei Farben House debuts on Brut!
On the A side, On My Side (Daso remix) comes in the form of an energetic remix by the excellent Daso. Following from his successful release on Connaisseur, Daso adventures himself again on Techno terrains turning the light-hearted original into a moody dancefloor track.
On the B side, Drei Farben House does what he knows best: to provide us with a delicate balance of Minimal House and Pop sensibilities. The original of On My Side comes in a more uplifting way bringing us the brighter moments of the windy autumn days and Nightly Affairs finishes the whole in a more dramatic manner, full of emotional strings and deep chords. Drama queens, now is your turn to dance!
To top up the excitement around this release, the December issue of de:Bug awarded it five stars (out of five). Here’s what their chief editor said about it:
“The new label from London starts as perfect as you could have wished for with an EP by Drei Farben House and a remix by Daso. Again, daso collects all hopeful, kitsch-free pathos he can find and inspite of the smouldering bassline slowly sails towards a more and more deep and elegiacly drifting world where even the slightest whisper can cause deep waves. The original by Drei Farben House is more direct and has a much more obvious urge towards Detroit. At the same time it has a more discreet and clear sound and always seems ready to shape a distinct world of house where classic moments as well as Pop feelings are in good hands. The last track showcases again the very clean and tidy character of Drei Farben House’s tracks, but at the same time it’s so clubby that the track would feel well between two PokerFlat records.” (bleed *****)