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This superb Brazilian label just keeps delivering the goods, and here we launch into 2019 with a fine EP from Sanio & Zarth.

Sanio & Zarth are a Nuremberg DJ duet composed by Erhan & Leo. One, with turkish roots who has grown up in Germany, the other born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

The original of Maquina features Deborah Evelyn's spoken vocals, that create an air of mystique, over a hypnotic and percussive afro tinged vibe, full of groove and sophistication. plus theres a dub, if the vocal isn't for you. Either way - it's a real winner.

The uber talented Florian Kruse steps up on remix duties, taking things deeper, but with a real swagger and drive. Moody and cool, and fully utilises the vocals, this is a damn fine reworking from this ever reliable producer.

The second original 'Valesti' is a brooding melodious affair with a bubbling bassline and plenty of energy, before dropping to a haunting piano layered breakdown, before its throbbing return.

label favourite Althoff returns on remix duties, having also seen his work grace This and That and Rancido. A tasty re-touch utilising the percussion to the maximum, and really bringing out the dramatic-ness of the piano in the breakdown, making this a very tasty alternative mix.
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