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  • Release Date 2009-03-26
  • Label Mina Records
  • Catalog MINA004
Today, the sisters are definitely doing it for themselves. Four women, four tracks, four bombs! Calling on three of her closest friends, Masaya has constructed an EP that showcases the fantastic talents of some of the worlds leading female electronic producers.

First up is the UK's starlet Miss Jools. Having built her reputation as a DJ on the London underground circuit, it was Jools's Clandestino sunday night parties in the city that really put her on the map. As did her first productions alongside Audiofly, as 'Sleep Thief'. With early signings to Mobilee it was label boss Anja Schneider that immediately spotted Jools's talent, and signed her as an artist to the label. In recent months, her remix of Dave DK's 'Volar' on Moodmusic, and her own 'La Luna' on Mobilee, have stood out on her production resume. Jools opens the Las Minas E.P. in true style, with the wonderful 'Too Far Away'.

Track two looks to Holland's finest, Estroe. 2008 see's her enter her tenth year as a DJ, and it's set to be her most successful as a producer. Having learnt her trade on the floors of Amsterdam, her skills have seen her travel the globe, playing the finest floors and festivals, from the 'Dam to Detroit. Her career behind the mixing desk, has seen her release on established imprints including, Conaisseur, 7th Sign and Mezzotinto. 2007 also saw Estroe remix Alex Q's 'Mejis' on Mina. Here she gives us the brooding delight that is 'Cicumlocution'.

Masaya herself joins the party. The Chilean moved at an early age to Switzerland and it was during her formative years that she discovered electronic music through the sets of DJ's including Laurent Garnier and Danny Tenaglia. Becoming a slave to the vinyl was inevitable, and in 2003 a first place in a Heineken sponsored DJ competition, set her on her path. Residencies in both Switzerland and South America have followed, and in 2005 her production career began with aplomb. 2006 saw her first release on Num Records, and more followed on Meerestief Limited and Ripperton's Perspectiv. 2008 saw the launch of her own Mina Records. On today's E.P., Masaya gives us, what I believe to be her strongest production yet. The awesome 'Malita'.

Finally, this Female feast is rounded off by a girl who is in serious form right now. Dana Ruh has always followed her dream. Born and raised in Gera, Germany, her musical career began as a backing singer in a rock band. Studies followed, and after graduating from University, a bank trader job followed. However, the call of the music was too much, and trading in her calculator, she journeyed to Berlin. The rest as they say is history. Rocking the city's nightspots, whilst learning her her trade, she has seen her music released on labels including Brouqade Records, Einmaleins and Perspectiv. Here Dana closes the Las Minas E.P. in style, with the wonderful 'Baragossa'.



Matthew Dear – (Audion) – “Malita sounds great!”
Osunlade – “Absolutely one of the best ep's ive heard in years!”
Steve Bug – “Very nice EP!”
Laurent Garnier – “Full of lovely goodies, will play of course.”
Alex Attias – “This is superb all the way. 4 bombs, deep, lovely, sweet and yummy from 4 lovely women dj/ producers. I want mooooooooore. Top! Full support.”
Ali Schwarz – (Tiefschwarz) – “Beautiful house music! Malita!”
Thomas Schumacher – “Excellent EP! Malita is my favourite and Baragossa is also superb.”
David K – “I love the Miss Jools and the Masaya, two aces in my bag....:)”
Milton Jackson – “Too far away is TOO good!”
Anja Schneider – “Very nice package full support! Malita.”
DJ Deep – “Baragossa sounds really interesting, i like "too far away" too.”
Len Faki – (Panorama Bar/Berghain) – “Estroe is my fave on this EP.”
Cirillo – “Love it deep it !!! Remember me some old white copies from fat cat. Estroe my fave here.”
Nhar – “Miss Jools and Dana Ruh's tracks are great, but my favourite is really Masaya's Malita, lovely tune!!”
Matthias Vogt – (Motorcitysoul) – “Really like this tracks. the are, well, sorry, really cute! Especially Too Far Away. Will play!”
Orde Meikle – (Slam) – “Great package!”
Yannick – (Trickski) – “Nice EP!”
Quarion – “Yeah, I'm feeling this EP, good quality music all arond! I like the bounce of Dana's track and the old school techno vibe of "Too Far Away" and "Circumlocution".”
Master-H – “Really nice EP… Malita for me! Full support.”
Franck Roger – “I like too far away.. i will play this one!!”
Dave Ellesmere – (Studio 80/Watergate) – “4 lovely tracks from 4 lovely women.”
Shur-I-Kan – “Too Far Away and Malita are my favorites - deep flowing tribal vibes produced with skill and imagination.”
John Digweed – “Nice stuff! Miss Jools the pick.”
Hector Romero – “All about Too Far Away - it's smooth and floaty - ready to play.”
Luca Bacchetti – “"Too far away" is my Fav.. well done Jools! Good vibe.”
Anthony Collins – (Freq n Chic) – “Dana Ruh is nice!”
Paolo Mojo – “Cool deeper grooves. Estroe.”
Gregory D – (Fish Go Deep) – “Very deep too far away my favorite.”
Alex Flitsch – Connaisseur Recordings) – “Massive girlpower! I really enjoy the all tracks!”
Pheek – “Very very solid EP! Power to the women of techno! Malita!”
Dave Mothersole – (Ministry Radio) – “Miss Jools' track s nice. deeper than the recent mobilee but i like it. Estroe's track is great - i've liked her stuff from day one. Feeling the vibe and sounds.”
Jose Maria Ramon – “Big up for this female producers!! sounds fantastic!!!!! sure push from Ibiza Global Radio!!! Wohw whow!!!”
Chris Colak – (Dinamo FM Istanbul) – “Female touch to minimal tech house is what i like. They do it very grvooy and real. Nasty music. Lovely.”
Paul Hamill – (BBC Radio Ulster) – “Jool's track is the stand out one for me but Malita has a wicked groove too.”
Benoit C – (Tsugi Magazine France) – “Good one. Circumlocution's the one 4 me.”
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