Compost Black Label 01

Artist: Trickski / Julius Kammerl
Title: Hormony / Erlangen Süd
Cat No: CPT 189-1
Format: 12″ / Download

Quotes: Trickski: Dark and Damn right cool! Fresh and Funky! Flowing Fine Mark Phillips (Ministry Of Sound) / I like Julius Kammerl “Erlangen Süd” very much: I play it quiet often in my sets  DJ Chloé / rough and ready to rumble. the sound of trickski out of berlin. just a few ingredients is all you need they teach. cook it medium and its well done. kinda new sound, takin everything not sooo serious and this is how it goes. flipside sees julius kammerl workin it more deep but still rockin as well. cool release. in the box. Michael Rütten (Soulpatrol)

Info: The first release on Compost‘s new 12inch platform for club tunes, DJ tools and experimental grooves really starts things with a bang. With Trickski “Hormony” and Julius Kammerl “Erlangen Sued” it features two tracks designed to move any dancefloor. Trickski’s mad tech-jazz excursion has already been played in the recent sets of Top-DJ’s like Jazzanova, Rainer Trüby and Peter Kruder, creating quite a buzz within the electric community. Famous for their foxy and new mixes and crazy, never-ending parties the Berlin-based DJ-team Daniel Becker (Compost/Helsinki) and Yannick Labbé (Cabinet/Compost) once again presents a groovy and innovative track which easily meets up with the high expectations coming with their reputation. By the way, Berlin-based Trickski are among the selectors of the second V.A. “I Like It” Vol 2 compilation (out summer 2005) and they have another top tune coming out on Sonar Kollektive late summer. We also look forward to the release of a Trickski remix for Alex Attias presents Mustang on his soon released 12inch “10,000 Leagues Deeper”. The Munich-based DJ Julius Kammerl already earned a lot of respect with his Mettke (Beanfield) & Kammerl project or together with Benjamin Fröhlich (Play Records) and their Balestra Beats Crew. After his exclusive track on “Future Sounds Of Jazz” Vol. 9 his second track “Erlangen Süd” confirms his talent as a producer. When working for the Frauenhofer Institute in Erlangen he spent his spare time building his own synthesisers and developing new sounds. With this track he succeeds again in combining different styles and his very own sounds into a new aspect of club-music. A tricky mad one by the way, which will move any feet within acoustic range.

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