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Ante Perry vs Tube & Berger - Ever Never (Max Bett Remix) (Original Mix)

Great Stuff on May 30, 2011 08:42

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    Played by Dubfire, Marc Romboy, Tomcraft, Karotte, Mastiksoul, Anton Pieete, M.In, Gel Abril, Steve Mac, Dirty Doerig, Paco Osuna, Kolombo....
    3 stars of Germany's house and tech scene come together for this mesmerising new release. In the Blue Corner: Ante Perry, an eclectic producer and multi-talented chap who counts some sizable anthems amongst his discography, and releases for the likes of Moonbootique and Systematic amongst them. In the Red Corner: Tube & Berger, the dynamic duo behind Kittball Records and many a hard-grooving tech house release.
    The result is something beautifully subdued; a mellow, warm slice of nu disco meets house, laden with gorgeous summery melody and airy textures. It would be as home on a Booka Shade album as it would on a Mylo one, and is drenched with an optimistic, spine-tingling feel. And if you're after dancefloor solidity, three remixes offer plenty of options.

    Hermanez goes for the jackin' and thumpin' approach, with techy stabs bouncing over shuffly percussion and plump bass, all filtered into a big room mindset. Future Russian superstar and Popof protégé Max Bett takes the bigroom-techno way and pumps it up for the bigger venues. Rob Mirage strips things back more, giving a light tech backbone to the original's sumptuous piano chords and avoiding anything over-the-top or heavy-handed. Finally Tube & Berger themselves step in for the final rework, providing a wiggly workout that takes the key elements of the original and puts them through a deep, bouncing groove.


    Released by: Great Stuff
    Release/catalogue number: GSR120
    Release date: May 30, 2011


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