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Landesvatter — Nome / Hausse (incl. Arp Aubert / Taron-Trekka remixes) [brut! 08]

Vinyl / digital release

1. Landesvatter — Nome (7:07)
2. Landesvatter — Nome (Arp Aubert remix) (7:32)
3. Landesvatter — Hausse (7:54)
4. Landesvatter — Hausse (Taron-Trekka remix) (7:39)

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Following our quest for inventive approaches within the sometimes tired and highly commodified House / Tech House / Techno / Minimal or whatever you call it scene, we’ve gone this time for Landesvatter. Regardless of having already signed a few full lenght LPs on the highly esteemed Normoton as well as on Under_Line and others, Joachim Landesvatter prefers to keep a low-key atittude. He offers us two great tracks, each one followed by a very special remix.

The original of Nome is a highly bouncy digi-tech house track for the dancefloor, with an infectious sinewave to keep you hooked from beggining to end. The remix of Nome, in charge of Arp Aubert (Marco Niemerski aka Tensnake & Stephan Lorenz) who run the great Mirau Musik, comes on the form of a hysterical dub house track that literally puts „ the roof in the air“. We recommended for full effect to keep the volume on the red.

As usual, the second half of the release follows at a quieter pace. Hausse is a track on a Out to Lunch tradition, greatly influenced by Detroit but at the same time distancing itself from the current plethora of nostalgics. In-house duo Taron-Trekka closes the package with a deep remix, rich on freaky jazz touches. We lack words to describe it.

The release is supported by the almighty Ripperton, and we are closing the year with the great news of being selected as one of the best new labels of 2008 by the highly credible DE-BUG magazine. Could we ask for more?

Yeah, spend some euros… Boycott the idiotic rapidshare and alike pseudo-scene putting your favourite independent labels out of business!



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