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  • Release Date 2014-07-04
  • Label Compost
  • Catalog CPT4523
After the highly acclaimed Black Label #109 12, the Friends EP, with the huge Dinky remixes, that came out earlier this year as teaser for Christian Prommers album ÜberMood, here is another remix package with reworks from Alex Niggemann and Sascha Braemer.

Alex Niggemanns strings of releases and remixes on labels like Get Physical, Tsuba, Supernature, 8bit, his own imprints AEON and Soulfooled and others reaches back to 2005 and showcases the stylistic variety of the 1984 born producer who's able to handle vocal-heavy house music as well dark'ish techhouse for moving masses.But still: thinking of terms like "Chicago", "Detroit", "mids 90s" and "Techno-House" will never miss the point when it comes to Mr. Niggemann's timeless, high quality output as these are and have been highly influential in shaping his sound of today.
Same goes for his much appreciated DJ sets which have been taking him all around the globe before and after his "Paranoid Funk World Tour" with a mad schedule of 40 shows within a global, miles collecting 3 months tour marathon.
This massive tour was celebrating Alex Niggemann's debut album "Paranoid Funk" which was released on Poker Flat in Summer 2012, followed by a string of remixes for tracks taken off his first ever longplay piece.

Sascha Braemer is certainly an exceptional musical talent. From early on, he settled into the vibe of electronic music and ever since, the vast array of electronic and percussive sounds has been his constant companion. Starting as a child, Sascha began banging on pots and pans, creating instruments, and using keyboards to play the melodies. At 20 years old he had his first experiences as a DJ in the clubs of Berlin.



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