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Finally a new single!!! it has been quite a long wait but after months in the studio we are finally happy to announce a new single featuring the very talented Big bully on Vocals. It has been one of the centerpieces of our recent sets and the latest podcast that we presented last month. Out on the 18th of march on Get physical.
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After spending many many hours in the „Bar 25“-Club over the years, and making it my second living-room for some time, it was always clear to me, that i would release on their label one day. So now Ladies and Gentleman: Here it is, et voila! My debut on Bar25:
I enjoyed putting this track together a lot, working with such great vocals is big fun. Dawson Bacca aka Big Bully is a fantastic vocalist/singer. There is also a little piece of a Baby Ford vocal in there („Through The Time“). The breakdown in the middle, when it’s getting really mellow and sounds like a crackling vinyl-record is my favourite part. I think it’s deeply stimulating to have some analog dirt in your hifi-sound.
This track is my second collaboration with the australian singer Rachele Riedemann. I’ve been playing it for a while now with huge reactions. With its deep chords and jacking beats it’s a killer on the floor.
„M.in“ provided his interpretation of this track in form of a great remix including added piano-parts played by Chriss Vogt. And there is a videoclip on the way. Freak! Go Loose!
When the Bar25-label asked me to do a longer track for them, without any restrictions i went through my field-recorded sounds and found some funny vocals that i collected in croatia this summer and on other travels this year. It kind of reminded me of working on my radioplay „Eramina“ (that by the way almost got released by Bar25, but for deadline-reasons got released on „Eramina“ in 2007). I invited my friend Albi to the studio and we recorded the vocals „Sitting and Talking – Have Some...“ and finally the track was pushing in a trippy way. Pretty slow and laid back, but yet full on.
German trailblazer, Emanuel Satie will soon mix the next instalment in Get Physical’s excellent Body Language series. Before that, he serves up a stunning remix to be released ahead of the compilation, giving a taster of what to expect, and which is sure to be one of the key tracks within the mix.
The Berlin based DJ and producer has built up an impressive catalogue of house and tech cuts since 2011. He is a serial Get Physical contributor, as well as a regular on Saved Records, Moon Harbour and Knee Deep In Sound, and has an infectious style that’s filled with character, always pushing boundaries and never following trends. His recent single on Rebirth, huge in Ibiza right now, was Pete Tong’s Miami Music Week ‘Essential New Tune’ and he is once again riding a huge wave of popularity.
Here he tackles a track by Jay Haze feat. Big Bully & Sven VT with real skill and imagination.
Satie’s engaging version is dynamic, whilst warm and emotive, with solid drums rising and falling and freaky vocals permeating the groove. Vocal ad-libs add a sense of soul, and scattered percussion adds to the drama. This is a cut that is sure to see find favour with DJs and clubbers alike all through the summer and beyond.
Arteform are proud to be serving up a re-release of a massive track alongside some great remixes. The original ‘Moving Free’ by Benno Blome feat. Big Bully was released on Berlin-based label Bar25 and now it gets refreshed by Tripmastaz, Rhadow and Blome himself with fantastic results.
Benno Blome is an obsessed multi talent who has been operating since the mid-nineties. The former Bar25 resident has helped influence the sound of electronic music; through his DJing, production and as the boss of legendary label Sender. He has collaborated with label mates, Tigerskin, Baby Ford and A Guy Called Gerald and released on labels Highgrade, Bar25 and Great Stuff.
‘Moving Free (Benno Blome's Through The Time Remix)’ is an infectious, cheeky house track with shuffling drums, colourful sci-fi sounds and warm chords. A vocal sample gets bottled up with he groove and adds human warmth to the already killer vibes.
The first remix by Romanian Cadenza and Get Physical associate Rhadow then strips back some of the melodies and keeps things funky with some big rubber drums. Deep and house-y, soulful and heady it’s a classy bit of work.
Lastly, Russia’s Tripmastaz (who is part of DJ Sneak's I'm A House Gangster movement) provides a ’kuda uj glubje' Mix that is a charming bit of melodically playful and curious work. jangling percussion, tumbling dreams and deep pads all make for a super intimate and romantic house groover that rounds out the package in style.