Title: Mangia Amore (Makossa & Megablast Remake) / Mangia Amore (Mr. Urbs’ Luv Gun Mad Mix) / Supersonic Mind (Alif Tree Remix) / Supersonic Mind
Cat No: CPT 245-1
Format: 12″ / Download
Quotes: Side A: Megablast mix is very club friendly mix. banging.Side B: feeling orginal mix like post rock has beautiful pad over the track…very matured! Akihiro Yamamoto / say no more … i’m on it !! the track is slammin !! right up my strasse ..its the one for me Toby Smith / i like the first remix best! i was somewhat surprised by the alif tree one, which is pretty massive Steffen Bennemann / simply my fave sound of nowdays, makossa & megablast’s remix factory will sell again, I’m sure about it. G stone’s urbs remix doesn’t suprice but can satisfy as always. Alif tree: this is a suprice, didn’t ever expect a tech:dancefloor remix by him. Minimal, deep with 80′s synths, the sound of 2007. Dj Nova / mr. urb’s luv gun mad mix i like the most of all, i am afraid it’s not a track i can play in my set, nevertheless it’s a nice song! Len Faki
Info: Give credit where credit is due: Marsmobil is nominated for Best Album 2006 by the German Record Critics Award and gets mad love from press and radio all around the world. But „Minx“ is all that and then some: a retro pop extravaganza by multi-instrumentalist Roberto Di Gioia combining the lascivious power of Air, the family feeling of 70s Band America and some of Talk Talk’s fragility. The whole thing was produced by Peter Kruder (Kruder & Dorfmeister / Peace Orchestra) & Christian Prommer (Fauna Flash / Trüby Trio). But now it’s time to take Marsmobil to the clubs with this fine remix package! On the A side we get two completely different versions of „Mangia Amore“ straight outta Vienna’s G-Stone camp. The godfather of Viennese DJ culture and FM4 head of music Makossa and his long time partner Megablast deliver a wicked piece of electro funk that will tie up to their previous dancefloor fillers like „Kunuaka“. Like we use to say in Germany: Ein richtiges Brett! Mr. Urbs strips down the tempo conjures up a psychedelic love experience backing Martine Rojinas sensuous vocals with funky flutes. On the flip we get a surprisingly technoid rework by french jazz connaisseur Alif Tree who transforms „Supersonic Mind“ into an uptempo shuffle beat.