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SeHou - What I Feel For You

Patrick Bateman on September 21, 2010 08:37

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    Connect Four is back after a nice warm summer vacation. This time we give you Italian SeHou backed up by an excellent remix from Ekkohaus.

    SeHou is a young Italian artist who in his early years played guitar and drums in various bands, later on he discovered DJ’ing, electronic music and nightlife. Since 2008 he has been producing his own music and his tracks have been supported by most of the big guys. Villalobos played one of his tracks for more than 8 months in a row.

    Greek born, Berlin based Ekkohaus should be a well-known name to most people. He has done releases/remixes for labels like: Cargo Edition, Brut!, Tsuba, Circus Company, Fear Of Flying, Liebe*Detail and many more. Playing his live and DJ sets in the best clubs around the globe.

    1. What I Feel For You:
    In-your-face house track. Surely this track was made for the summer dance floors. Superb groove, great breakdowns, nice vocals and that slamming kick.

    2. What I Feel For You (Ekkohaus Remix):
    Ekkohaus takes things down a bit, and turns the track into a super modern house 2010 version, though still keeping true to the original. This version is for you if you like the sound of today. Smooth work from the Greek :o)

    3. Untitled To No One:
    Last track on the release is another original from SeHou. Again you can hear his background as a drummer on the nice work with the percussion and drum programming. It is another in-your-face house track.

    Released by: Connect Four
    Release/catalogue number: C4DIGI004
    Release date: Sep 21, 2010

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