- Release Date 2009-04-17
- Label Terminal M
- Catalog TERM067
Terminal M piloted by Monika Kruse is going to take you on a journey to the Italian techno world with their latest EP “Sambasta”, where she navigates us to Italy where she again finds two very special artists Sasha Carassi and Tony Matt. These two well-established names are proud to present these strong club tracks containing male singing and futuristic sounds under the pseudonym of re:direct.
The title track instantly creates a great mood with its Latin vocals and fresh, solid grooves. Sambasta proves to be a nice club tune that one will frequently get to hear during the next months for sure.
Delete ‘n Francisco Allendes' remix of Coconut Bob will appeal to all fans of an innovative sound. For these two guys demonstrate that they have the right touch for futurism since they create a nice refreshing mix with crazy melodies and bubbling noises.
Also Carassi and Matt like to play with dissonant tunes - and allow free play to them in their track MoJiTo. The outcome is a great dance floor killer that sticks out with its weird melodies and vocal cuts.
In the original version of Coconut Bob that will be a digital only release (for now), re:direct produce an incredibly warm bass that can easily blow-dry one's hair when listening to it in higher volume. With a few freaky noises and a solid rhythmic basement on top a very diversified techno tune comes out that offers acoustic pressure in conjunction with a lot of positive energy.
Tony Matt was born in 1975 in Napoli. He became a DJ in 1993 and published his first music productions in 2001 being part of the project Body Talk. He ran his own record shop for five years and in 2005 he established his first label Kollafreak. In the same year he and his friend Sasha Carassi also gave birth to their label Globox.
Sasha Carassi also started DJ’ing in 1993. Three years later he began making his own music and soon he released his first records. Short after his first release he already did a remix for the Chicken Lips. In 2001 he got to know Tony Matt. Together they run several labels like Capsula or Qepo and in 2008 they also founded Plastic Rules and the net label Structure. Now, Terminal M is proud to have them part of their team.