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don disco / losoul - swing ibero / nuin

artist:
title:
swing ibero / nuin
label:
format:
12"
catalog number:
IMMER003
price:
8.09 €
barcode:
880319048319
genre:
minimal/house
release:
2010.10.01. 
note:
out of stock
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There's no doubt that Peter Kremeier belongs to the most influential heavy hitters of German house history. Alongside fellow producers Isolee, Ricardo Villalobos and Roman Fluegel he was one of the cornerstones of Frankfurts seminal Playhouse label and he was also responsible for one of its greatest hits: "Open Door". This 11 minutes long monster caused quite a stir upon its release. Even back home in the motherland of house music it didn't fail to impress Daniel Bell who immediately licensed it for his Elevate imprint. At the same point of his creative development Kremeier created the two tracks that now materialized as the third installment of Michael Mayer's "Immer" vinyl releases.

"Swing Ibero" initially got released in 1997 as a b-side of the "Chunky Planetz EP" on a small Frankfurt-based label called Research. Still acting under his Don Disco moniker, Losoul exercises the art of abstract hypnotism for over 13 jawdropping minutes. What starts off as a relaxed, deep abstract house groove turns into an ecstatic flanger fest brimming of psychedelic soulfulness. The arrangement and timing is impeccable and even 15 years after its creation it didn't lose any of its brute magic. A true gem - cautiously re-mastered and optimized for the dancefloors of tomorrow.

On the quest for a suitable "Swing Ibero" flipside, Kremeier took a trip into the depths his archives and on some dusty DAT (remember those?) he discovered and unearthed "Nuin". It's rather incomprehensible why until today this jewel never got to see a proper release. Also clocking in at over 13 minutes, "Nuin" doesn't need to shy away from being compared with its much lauded siblings "Open Door" and "Swing Ibero". The way Losoul only needs a handful of ingredients to create his magic is simply disarming. The long and prolific history of Rhein-Main-House has just been added a long forlorn treasure!
a01. don disco / swing ibero
b01. losoul / nuin
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