Prommer & Barck – Friends At Work EP (Remixes)

Artist: Prommer & Barck
Title: Friends At Work EP Remixes
Cat No: DERWIN 009-3
Format: Download

Luke Solomion’s remix is great! Axel Boman | Very nice! Mario Basanov | Really like this ep — will play for sure. Laurent Garnier | Nice set of remixes. Liking Luke’s Relief vibe as well Skwerl Mix. Fred Everything | Nice remix from Luke, was expecting some acidic stuff, and then this sweet stuff. Tensnake | Luke’s remix of The Machine is great – yet another superb version – I don’t have to take it out of the wallet for months now! Like the Model remix of Everything a lot too. Ewan Pearson | Excellent! Simon Garcia | Everything (Skwerl Remix) is great! Danny Krivit | Dope deep sounds here with the Skwerl Mix. Perfect for the deeper dance floors. Classic vibe. Mark Farina | Another ace Luke Solomon remix and also gonna be playing the wonderfully deep skwerl mix of Everything. Stuart Patterson | All about the Skwerl mix for me…soulful pop! Mad Mats | Luke Solomon shoving it right up you. again. ace! the other mixes are quality too… Jim Baron / Crazy P | Luke Solomon Remix is the one for me here, ace! Nacho Marco | great release. great mixes. Tiefschwarz | Fucking great wired Solomon Remix MEAT | enjoying the model’s remix! Motorcitysoul

Info: Prommer & Barck, consisting of Christian Prommer and Alex Barck, were quite busy touring the western and eastern world (Japan, Beijing, Singapore, Russia) straight after the release of their debut album Alex And The Grizzly. The album was surrounded by several singles and remixes in 2011 and 2012.

Luke Solomon is undeniably one of British house music’s unsung heroes, with an impressive track record of underground success.
No-one could debate Luke Solomon’s dance music credentials. From setting up the seminal label Classic Recordings with Derrick Carter to taking quirky house to the UK Top 10 and international charts, with his band Freaks, to DJing around the globe and performing live, Luke has been there for many of the more interesting 4/4 moments of the last decade.

The Model has released records and remixes on Crosstown Rebels, International Deejay Gigolos, My Favorite Robot, Traum Schallplatten, Underl_ne, and more.
The Model doesn’t just have his own sound – he’s crafting out his own genre: Dark Techno Baroque. It’s a suitably intriguing title for one of the most intriguing personalities in the business.

Mike Beim aka SKWERL is best known to a close knit post nujazz community and Viennese DJ-scene due to numerous gigs in and outside of Austria under the name JAZZYMIKE. He has been fortunate enough to play alongside some big fishes but always had an ear for production and instruments. After releasing with 4Lux, Sonar Kollektiv, Birdkids, International Deejay Gigolo and Defected, Skwerl delivers here his smooth interpretation of Everything.

Comments are closed.