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We are extremely happy to welcome our house friend, Daniele Di Martino and our big boss Sascha Cawa!
You might recognise Daniele through some of his various hits on labels like Bar 25 – Stil Vor Talent among others.
Sascha Cawa does not need a big intro either, One of Katermukke´s founder and resident from Katerblau Berlin!

Tabo, a blissful electronic number starts with a dreamy intro, progressive riffs and the sound of water drops set a subtle, deeper tone. The mids of the track come from bold yet gentle piano chords, whilst the bottom is full of warm pads that make up the soft but evident bassline.

Homage the second track released on the E.P takes its roots from melodic house. A long drawn out bassline is complimented with Afro percussion and gentle melodies. Whilst this track is at times nice and dreamy, long breakdowns and patient build-ups present some climactic moments at the drop. With waves of this sound being released and played at the moment Homage will fit nicely amongst them all.

Anoma has similar sounds and vibes to Homage, yet a groovier moving bassline presents a more dance friendly atmosphere. This track holds the same dreamlike state, with pretty melodic hits that echo throughout the track. Progressive undertones keep the journey moving and whistling synths and the subtle sounds of running water flow through the mids.

Riverside, the last track on the E.P sets a different tone from the start. A deeper melody takes the listener on a ride that expresses emotion. As the track progresses so do the chords and synths, opening up and climaxing before the drop. The top synths take priority over the bottom here, with subtle percussion and quieter bassline. Riverside has a more progressive house feel to it.