- Release Date 2012-12-10
- Label Rebirth
- Catalog REB022CD
We kick off with Triumph and the amazing Discover, featuring the amazing performance of sax maestro Valldeneu. The exclusive Reprise version is available exclusively here. Detroit producer Jimmy Edgar astonishes us with a remix full of futuristic sleaze, a unique take on jacking house and electro funk, erotic robo-pop ! Ian ODonovans remix works with 'emotions.' A huge driving deep tech number, big fave in Laurent Garnier recent sets !
After releasing Inside with Nomi Ruiz in 2009, Germany hot producer Rampa, is back on Rebirth with another strong vocal track ! This time the result of the sinergy with his fellow producer Re.You ! My Life featuring the vocals of Meggy is a modern soulful number. On the remix front Till Von Sein and Tigerskin get in the studio to produce a strong house reinterpretation. Kingston based Menik proves to be a name to watch, exploring different worlds, and delivering something forward thinking ! Born in Rijeka, Croatia, Farfan drops Nafaka the debut album on Rebirth and She is too sexy is one of the best cuts. A strong dose of deep and classic house, synth funk, soothing melodies and pop sensibilities.
Emile Weston and Mayckael Hanania aka Square Mode present The Wheel, an electronic ballad, with the subtle pop touch brought by Alexy Gredy...The result is surprising ! Red RackEm and Jack Dixon rework it and deliver two dancefloor bomb remixes !
Bristol's Ryan Bonfield aka Artifact debuts on Rebirth with Burst, a big piano monster cut, already tested damaging floors around the world. Clapstone, a collaboration with Sentiment, is a heavyweight bassline jam !
Morphosis aka Rabih Beaini loved the Bocca Grande album so much to decide to remix Wrongtime. He is responsible of another monster rework here, something fresh, an epic house and techno explore with killer beats !
Taken from his new ep Sofa Shuffle Club by T-Polar is a perfect combination of soul/funk and leftfield house/electronica ! One of the hottest talents around.and his reinterpretation of Adele by Bocca Grande makes no exception !