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  • Release Date 2014-05-19
  • Label Soma Records
  • Catalog SOMA399D
Back on Soma with an almighty bang, legendary producer Funk DVoid returns with his first original, solo material in 7 years with Pepis. Forever held in the highest of regards, Lars Sandberg is one of the most influential DJs/Producers to come from the early ranks of Somas roster with a glowing list of past credits. With his latest offering, Pepis, FdV ups his game even more and delivers a rocking house track, soaked in his signature style. The EP is further bolstered by a jacked up remix from Boys Noizes Strip Steve and things take a heavier edge as Miki Craven turns in a banging Techno remix.

Kicking off a straight up party vibe, Lars bouncing percussion keeps the groove as lazer like stabs and pads sweep though over the top of the tracks infectious, melodic lead. Going into the break, Lars uses a perfectly toned sample that gives Pepis a real summer vibe dropping the drums to devastating effect. This track is a shining example of Funk DVoids intimate knowledge of what will immediately funk up a dance floor.

French born, Berlin based Strip Steve steps up with his remix next and immediately hits the ground running. Picking up the pace a little compared to the original he adds a more Chicago feel to the tracks, chopping up the lead and bringing more of a jacking feel to the percussion. Quirky breaks in the drums keep the track flowing nicely as claps and snares flourish with woodblocks giving it that old school feel.

Miki Craven polishes off the EP with a completely stripped back Techno version. Big heavy subs and kicks are the order of business here as a pretty punishing loop belts out from the beginning. Miki works some of the vocal cuts that hover around the backbone of the tracks as cutting high-end percussion keeps the track rattling. Miki lightens things momentarily as he works in the original stabs whilst keeping his version in the Techno tool division.

Nothing makes us smile more than having one of the greatest names in Somas history making his comeback and showing why he will always be held in hearts and dance floors across the world.
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