DescriptionAnd the legend continues ... Body Language has reached it's 12th edition; proving that you can't keep a good dog down. Mixed previously by acclaimed artists like DJ Hell, M.A.N.D.Y., Modeselektor, Dixon and more, it's now time to hand over the controls to the next in line, this time it's polish duo and Pets Recordings lead-men, Catz 'n Dogz. Greg and Voitek have been extremely busy lately, establishing themselves on a global scale as artists with somethin' to prove. Originally from Poland, the two began as '3 Channels', playing the polish scene, and growing artistically and musically with each passing moment. They eventually departed from their homeland and set up base in Berlin. A name change came with their new surroundings and 'Catz 'n Dogz' was born. All of this has culminated to this one CD; Body Language Vol. 12, mixed by Catz 'n Dogz. "We were really happy that Get Physical asked us about doing the mix for them, especially because we are in good company here. We grew up listening to people like DJ Koze, Dixon or DJ Hell (previous Body Language mixers) so it's a big honour for us. We have to admit, at the beginning we were thinking that it would be an easier process. What took the most time was to find all the people that own the rights to the old tracks we used in the mix, and allow us to remaster them and put them in our mix. The guys from the Physical office really worked hard on the licensing for a couple of months. It's nice that some of the classics (that we love), will be now known and heard at home by other people; thanks to this compilation. This is our first official mix compilation, so we wanted to make it very special. At the beginning when we started to think about making a mix CD, we knew we want to make something that is showing all the music we like and what we play in clubs. Most of the older tunes we put in our mix have a lot of meaning to us. J. Antoni, Rhythm Plate, Schatrax or Gant - we have them on vinyl and through all these years the records are so used, that it is impossible to play them anymore in the club, because the needle always skips and they are really hard to get! That's why we are so happy we managed to license them and put them into our mix. For our own label, Pets Recordings, we get a lot of demos, and we got in touch with some new talents like Eats Everything, Chmara Winter, Trikk or Squarehead. They made really cool exclusive tracks for us and every track is very different and special itself. We are especially very happy with the Chmara Winter track and the SLG edit of Chez Damier and Robert Bosco, because it adds another polish artist to the mix; and these guys are really talented. We really wanted to show that it is possible to put every kind of genre of club music in one mix. That's the idea of the cover; it shows our heads cut in half and with layers inside. We tried to create an art form from different layers, that completes one finished piece. When we play in the club, we play very similar and we are changing the mood very often and try to keep things fresh and the surprise factor high. For us, the most important thing about the mix was to make it really exclusive, make people curious about listening to it."