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  • Release Date 2011-08-29
  • Label Amam
  • Catalog AMAM014
Played & Supported by: Matt John, Marco Carola, Tiefschwarz, Anja Schneider, Maceo Plex/Maetrik, Tim Green, Davide Squillace, Paco Osuna, Butch, Kaiserdisco, Stephan Bodzin, Timo Maas, Popof, Konrad Black, Phil Kieran, Hugo, Camea, Carlo Lio, Luca Bacchetti, Ida Engberg, Federico Molinari, Tim Xavier, Cesare vs Disorder, Kabale und Liebe, Alexi Delano, Dirt Crew and many more...

When Alessio Mereu founded AMAM last year, the label was mostly a home for his own productions as well as from friends in his Italian vicinity but as AMAMs beats have pulsated throughout Europe and the rest of the globe, its become a home for forward-thinking dance music internationally. Case in point, the latest release from Swedish-born, L.A.-based DJ/producer Mikael Stavöstrand, offering three brand new tracks, plus remixes from Berlin-based Argenis Brito (Cadenza) and Agaric (Ovum, We Are).Mikael Stavostrand has earned respect over the last decade for his early experimental-leaning work for Force Inc. as well as his club-minded tracks for Mos Ferry and his own label Sunset Diskos. This EPs opener Seam finds a middle ground with a laid-back house vibe and spacey, three-dimensional pads coupled with disorienting vocal samples. Agarics version rearranges the elements into upper-fueled realms with much more percussive interplay, a bit hectic but still slick and classy.On the flip, Nothing More finds Mikael exploring tribal and tropical territory, kind of like an audio collage made from National Geographic clippings. This cut is defintiely perfect for summertime, and also ripe for remixing by Argenis Brito, who strips down the parts to its essentials, offering a more synthetic mood while retaining the energy of the original. Finally, Mikael closes out with another original, Mackarena (exclusive to the digital release), which is a prime slice of dark, gritty and pumping sci-fi techno.


Nothing More EP

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