- Galactica 1:00
- Bansky 1:00
- Mirage 1:00
- African Ballad 1:00
12″ – EP
DIY075 | UPC: 827170575967 | Release Date (digital): 08.12.2014
Tracklist 12″: A1 – D33P, Jos & Eli – Galactica (07:28 min.) A2 – Audio Junkies – Bansky (07:45 min.) B1 – Hobo – Mirage (08:28 min.) B2 – Jobb & Corco – African Balad (07:17 min.)
After an incredible summer that saw the Diynamic label release more big hits from boss Solomun and hot talents Adriatique, as well as hold down their fantastic outdoor parties in Ibiza, the Hamburg house stable is unleashing a brand new series of four Various Artists Eps called “Four To The Floor” – Four EPs with four tracks each, focussing on the dancefloor.
The names included along the way are largely exciting new producers who are being welcomed into the label fold for the first time and each of the four new EPs will be released roughly two weeks apart, starting November 10th. The producers hail from all over the world including France, India, Switzerland, Israel and many more places besides.
This, then, is something of the start of a new era for the ever-evolving Diynamic label and showcases their skills at unearthing the next big things.
Here comes the third instalment of Diynamic’s essential new talent and various artist series. It kicks off with D33P, Jos & Eli and their ‘Galactica’ track. It’s a subtle and supple affair with thick basslines, feathery light synth patterns and lots of spacey vibes. Next up are Audio Junkies aka Israeli duo Daniel Rave and Yoav ‘Joe’ Rave aka. JoMaJo who have released on Noir, Global Underground and many other labels. ‘Bansky’ is their offering and it is a magical, feel good bit of deep house with deep drums, hypnotic melodies and synths you can really feel in your heart.
Then comes a track from Minus hero and techno talent Hobo. His ‘Mirage’ is a peak time techno pumper with lots of mad melodies and a fantastic African vocal that is sure to become a standout Solomun anthem in the months to come. Last but not least is Jobb & Corco with ‘African Balad’, a tribal track with lots of DIY percussion, carnival like synths and drum-based drama. It’s a big track that will destroy dancefloors and closes out another great EP in this series.