Snork #79 The Arcane CookieThe Arcane CookieCome closer, we have a cookie for you! One that sounds like sweet techno dough sprinkled with a lot of house music chunks. So the new Snork Enterprises release by Mathias Schaffhuser is filled with a whole lot of endorphine engergy. Just a couple of months ago he created a stunning remix on the techno label for the honorable release by Goodgroove and now he is back again with his solo Snork #79. Whereas Cookie is fully packed with juicy house tunes, Arcane, as the name already may assume, opens up some more mysteriousness: Weird sounds scratch where you don't expect them and add some experimentalism. It get's a little spooky, yet at no second groove is being compromised. Finally Taciturn & Mirthful takes the drive even more forward. So as a whole, the release is a striking piece of groovyness and the house beats are right where they need to be! Mathias SchaffhuserThe last couple of months have been really creative year for Mathias Schaffhuser. July 2015 saw the debut EP of PAWAS & SCHAFFHUSER on Compost Black Label featuring a collab with Gregor Schwellenbach and in April he released his 4th remix compilation called "RE:4 - Selected Remixes Vol. 4" on BluFin Records. In September he debuted on Biotop Label followed by another vinyl EP on OPAK Records in October just to mention a few. But for sure, many people know him for Hey little girl, his club hit from 2001, and his label WARE which he started in 1997, on which various contemporary electronic music artists have been released in their very early days, such as Benjamin Brunn, And.id, Dominik Eulberg or Audio Werner. Besides being a busy label manager and producer, he is especially known for his smashing remixes, which he has produced for Pan-Pot, Dapayk & Padberg, Northern Lite, Luomo and many other widely known artists. Outside the studio, his live acts are always an extraordinary blast, or as he describes it: I mean, who squeezes techno and house tradition, spontaneous vocal performances, crude cover versions and melodica solos into a one-hour set, without constantly staring at a computer screen?