[FASTEN02] Ivano Tetelepta & Roger Gerressen – Floating EP

Artists & Title: Ivano Tetelepta & Roger Gerressen – Floating EP
Fasten Musique
 Nov. 2012
12″ Vinyl
Tokio, Japan

Ivano Tetelepta & Roger Gerressen – For What It’s Worth
B1. Ivano Tetelepta & Roger Gerressen – Floating
B2. Ivano Tetelepta & Roger Gerressen – For What It’s Worth(Ion Ludwig’s Rising Sun Remix)

Next up on upcoming Japanese label “Fasten Musique” we have two Dutch natives and members of ESHU,Ivano Tetelepta and Roger Gerressen who released super slick sounds from Fear Of Flying,Sudden Drop and Wolfskuil,supplying the luscious and sharp modern minimal beats with beautiful floating synth melodies.another fresh dutch native Ion Ludwig is offering special remix.
‘For What It’s Worth’is a driving, dry and sharp moderin minimal house track with a dreamy synth melodies and deep bassline. Flip-sides‘Floating’is feeling luscious beats and minimal groove and wrapping beautiful floating piano chord with the emphasis on mood.
Another fresh dutch native Ion Ludwig as known”Ion magic”,released high profile labels such as Trelik、Lick My Deck、Meander、Be Chosen、Tenth Circle、Motivbankis and just launched own his conceptual new label Ugold Series, is offering hypnotic and trippy underground deep minimal house remix of ”For What It’s Worth.

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[SMALLVILLELP05] Smallpeople – Salty Days (2LP)

Smallpeople – Salty Days

Label: Small Ville
Format: 2xLP, 12″ Vinyl
Country: Hamburg
Released: 18 Jun 2012

The Loons Groove
 And You And You
Salty Days
B2: Say What You Want To Say
C1: Move With Your Vision
C2: Beauclair
D1: Down Over Me
D2: When Its There

The debut album of these two young lads with baseball hats not only honours and delves into a sound that already peaked some fifteen years ago, it also hones and elevates it, without ever falling into the Reynoldsmania trap (please see Retromania for further reference) or being old gold retold. And this is all oh-so-clear from the very start: the fine flutes of >When Its There< go straight to your heart and they do so without any self-mockery or hipster smiles as much as the gasping 303-sounds, chirping birds and healing DX-like bass sounds a few tracks later do. >Salty Days< – an allusion not to grim times, but to a certain members adoration for the crystalline mineral – is blessed with a coherence that isnt samey, with tradition that isnt leaden and a feeling that is pure.