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  • Release Date 2009-05-22
  • Label Moodmusic
  • Catalog MOOD073
After the überhouse burner “Break Up” from Sasse´s recent album “Toinen”, we´re ready to roll the next remix
pack from his favourite producers at the moment.
Pied Plat, unknown to some but surely getting props from the A-class of djs out there from their Rush Hour debut
“Ode To Ede” and being featured on the Marcel Dettmann Berghain mix-Cd on Ostgut Tonträger. It was a
pleasure to ask them to remix one of the more Detroit influences tracks “Friday Sessionz” and boy did they
deliver. Bass shakin beats mixed with their emotive take on the Detroit sound is laying a basic foundation for a
slow techno funk journey you can´t resist to wiggle to !
The next on the list is our beloved Daso Franke from one of the less inspiring house cities in Europe, Cologne.
Daso is the right man to preach the message of deep house music on his disco funk influenced take on “Friday
Sessionz”. Taking a turn into early 90s deep house (inna UK style) Daso turns the track into an neverending
journey or mesmerizing synth layers and bubbly bass coupled with his lovely drumprogramming.
Paulo Olarte caught Sasses attention with his lovely Eps on Fresh Fish, Diynamic and Galaktika Records. On
“Poneloya” he injects the washing machine style bassline in full gear and keeps the percolator running til you drop
taking a note from the Classic back-catalogue , it´s a one trick pony but it works like a dream on the floor, as
been proved on recent Sasse dj-gigs.
Moodmusic faves Penner+Muder deliver a beatifull version of “Wrapper”, one of the more italo styled songs on
“Toinen”. Turning it musically complete 180 degrees the guys freshens up the spaced out soundscape with added
vocal snippets and bouncey beats coupled with their trademark low-slung bassline keeping the groove factor
intact and in full form.

www.moodmusicrecords.com

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Toinen (Remixes)

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