Compost Black Label 27

Artist: Motor City Drum Ensemble
Title: Get Slapped Up / Stripped Down To The Bone / SMK Part 2
Cat No: CPT 277-1
Format: 12″ / Download

Quotes: I like a lot ( stripped down to the bone ) it’s freaky housy usa style, the beat groove a lot baby Arnaud Le Texier / This is wicked!! All 3 tracks rock – I love the sound of Stripped to the bone, and SMK part 2 will get FULL support!! Matt Masters / get slapped up is my favorite. will play it forever… thanks for giving fantastic tunes all the time! Osamu / cool record, i like “smk part 2″ the most! Steffen Bennemann / I’ve been supporting get slapped up since i heard Rainer Truby drop it in Croatia at the Garden Festival, then i got straight on to the phone to Danilo to get a copy…. i have played this all over at places like Backtobasics and Panorama Bar and it never fails to hook the dancefloor in especially after the 2nd big break…. thats when it really goes off on the floor. 10/10 for this track and one of my fave Compost Blacks in ages Tristan

Info: Very few production units in the world have made their reputation growing as fast as the Inverse Cinematics duo of Danilo Plessow & Joachim Tobias. Their distinctive sound signature blending house, chopped up breaks and jazz aestethics has already damaged many dancefloors wordlwide and propelled them into the limited circle of the most wanted remixers. Danilo Plessow is always finding time to work on some new material on his own. Besides solo releases on Pulver he also recorded tracks under the guises Hipster Wonkaz and Aphro Pzyko for Pablo Valentino’s Faces label and Mad Mats Raw Fusion imprint. Motor City Drum Ensemble concentrates on Danilo`s electronic side. Before he started to go more leftfield/broken-beat-ish with his Inverse Cinematics project, he already was heavily influenced by the likes of Larry Heard, Chez Damier, UR, Moodymann, Mike Huckaby. Labels like Soul City, KMS, Prescription, Harmonie Park and “deep deep house” in general have always been a big part in his DJ sets. His first MCDE release “Breath Control” has just been released on his own label “Four Roses” and already got big feedback from all around the globe: Mike Huckaby, JUS-ED, Dixon, Âme, Tu Rong, 20:20 Vision, Delsin Records and many others are praising “Breath Control”. But Danilo is giving you only a second to catch breath before he follows up with this incredible three track EP on Compost Black Label… this one is a real tekky corker!

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