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DeWalta - Malbec

Salon Records on February 03, 2012 17:36

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    Funky and laid back Jazz constructed house tracks with spacy dimension by DeWalta.

    We are very happy to release such a fantastic long player which keeps alive our
    dear Paris-Berlin connection and our taste for subtle melange between jazz and
    house music.

    Both tracks Malbec and Syrah will bring you far on the dancefloor like a good wine
    does with its fine and deep flavours of fruits and whatever it can tell about the
    history of its ground.

    David Koch under his artist name DeWalta persuades first on
    the A side with Malbec. A dry clap introduces to the affair, short followed by a
    kick and a driving funky deep baseline which could be far enough to convince any
    dj fan of minimal hypnotic loops. Having set up that strong base, he plays then
    carefully some light but brillant layers of jazzy arrangements. Santé!

    Syrah, follows up in a more trippy way performing a jazzy and elegant journey
    which destination is certainly somewhere in the cosmos.

    Mastered and cutted by Mike Grinser at the Berlin studio Man Made Mastering.

    Supported by:
    Zip, Fumiya Tanaka, Mike Shannon, Mark Schneider, Ricardo Villalobos, The Mole,
    Jan Krüger, Dario Zenker, Sonja Moonear, Chica Paula, Pierre, Claus Voigtmann,
    Lil Mark, Markus Schatz, Moritz Piske, Antislash, Ben Vedren, Psykoloco, Leiris ...

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