To be free, means to be a freak. Whether as a DJ, label manager, T-Shirt creator or all-round talent since two decades, Ellen Allien is one of Berlins exceptional phenomena that have created her own universe with the combination of old school-based underground love and contemporary experimental spirit. After the lovely musical affair with Thomas Muller for the track Free Nation, for her new solo release we hear the anniversary bells ringing. The three tracks which are co-produced by Martin Eyerer and Skinnerbox already mark the 300th catalog number of BPitch Control. The Freak EP is not only the result of the last months in Berlin; it also flags up the change to Ibiza, where Ellen uses the warm season to spray her positive vibe during her residency in DC 10. Butterfly acts like the kick-off and not only host graceful 808 pinpricks, with the dreamy melody in the background a nostalgic aura raises that reveals Ellens warmer side. Especially the bass rumble emphasizes the physicality of her music in an impressive manner in short: pure love. Come To Me is desire and passion within seven and a half minutes. In addition to the deep house frame groovy beats pushes in the foreground that sets free a hypnotic mantra. Spineless dancefloor magic that rewinds time with the haunting rave signal, floating Roland synths and the SH101 raveline. With the title track Freak The Night Away, Ellen once more succeeded in creating a hymn that embodies both the slogan of every great night as well as the strong atmosphere of her energetic DJ sets. Again, we hear Ellens charming voice crazy, playful, creative. Following the motto: just go! With rattling claps and a warm bass, dancing wont become a compulsion; the track clearly goes under the skin with its 303 acid hints as well as Roland piano sounds and opens the gate to another dimension. A stunning release! Happy jubilee!