Loco Records Supreme presents two Polish artists Martin
Nowakowski and Marcin Krupa (aka Kesho), who delivered their
brand-new track called "I Play Disco At Techno Parties".
Martin Nowakowski was born in Gothenburg, Sweden where he
spent most of his childhood. His biggest passion has always
been music and that is why he decided one day that he could join
other music producers and focus on creating electronic music.
Martin tends to blend the classic foundations of techno and deep
house with everything one could possibly imagine. His
productions were released by Perplex, Empedo and Pets.
Marcin Krupa (aka Kesho) is a young DJ and producer from
Warsaw in Poland who has been making music since 2005. First,
as Marlon Krupa, he was producing techno music and his tracks
were played and charted by the likes of SIS, Luca Bacchetti, Gel
Abril, Dave Robertson, Valentino Kanzyani, Jens Bond, Catz N
Dogz, Noir, Florian Meindl, M.In, Oliver Moldan, Alex Kenji,
D.Ramirez, Mark Knight or Aki Bergen. Now, Marcin
concentrates on deep / slo mo house being at the same time the
owner of Ponton Music.
The remix on the single comes from the head of Berlin label Moodmusic - Sasse. His real name is Klas Lindblad and was born in
Finland. Sasse has been djing since 1990, starting from pop music and eventually finding electronic music in the early 1990s. He was
running one of the first house clubs in Turku, Finland from 1992 to 1996 and was a regular guest at the major parties in the Finnish
electronic scene. At that time, he also began working on productions and soon his first release came out on Sähkö/Puu as Freestyle
Man. His early work is considered a breakthrough in the Scandinavian house sound and the original 12-inches are still very much
wanted. In 1996, he started Moodmusic with the first release, "Sasse Presents...", a 4-track EP with the influences from NYC and Detroit
house. Instantly creating havoc on European dance floors, the following releases put Moodmusic on the map of recognized house labels
with the distinctive sound and top-notch A&R abilities of Sasse. In 1999, Sasse leaves Finland for Frankfurt am Main to start a residency
at the famous Robert Johnson club. He was running his highly successful "Finnish First" nights at Robert Johnson from 2000 - 2004.
The early releases from Henrik Schwarz on Moodmusic culminate in 2003 together with the origin of Sunday Music, a musical platform
for Sasse and Henrik's productions. In 2005, Sasse builds his beloved BlackHead Studios in Berlin with his companions Ewan Pearson
and Filippo "Naughty" Moscatello and starts working on his first artist album. The album "Made Within The Upper Stair Of Heaven" is
released on Moodmusic in 2006 to critical acclaim and the singles "Soul Sounds", "Loosing Touch" (featuring the distinctive vocals of
Kiki) and "Up To You" make waves on the dance floors around the globe. In 2007, the special collaboration called "It's All True" between
Tracey Thorn and the production team composed of Sasse, Darshan Jesrani and Ewan Pearson was featured on Tracey's last album
"Out Of The Woods". That single featured remixes from Martin Buttrich, Kris Menace and Escort and was one of the summer tunes in
2007. His 2008 album "Toinen" was a landmark for Sasse, showing again his musical abilities and creating a timeless piece of music.
The album spawned 3 singles which gained praise from the DJ community around the world. Over the last 7 years, the success of his
productions and his driving DJ-style have brought him all over the world to represent the sound of Moodmusic. And rightly so, the label
going from strength to strength, riding high in the DJ charts as well as getting support from the majority of the A-Class disc jockeys
around. In 2010, he released the 2nd Freestyle Man album "The Bottom Line" on Hairy Claw Records (UK) to critical acclaim and much
love from the dj community. In 2011, Sasse is celebrating the fifteenth anniversary of Moodmusic, and while on tour, he's playing
alongside such label protégées as Penner+Muder, Dave DK, Phonogenic and James Flavour.respectively.
- Deep House