Du Chatinier & KERK! - Cherry Berry [Movements Label 006] by Movements Label published on 2012/11/25 19:51:31 +0000 Kerk! & Du Chatinier make their debut on the international scene with their first release from the Canary Islands' very own Movements Label, founded by Isaac Silva & Adrian Rodd. Robert Mulder, Juri Mirales (Kerk!) & Stefan Kniest (Du Chatinier), three young kids based in Amsterdam, have established themselves as local prodigies with their magnificent, energetic sets. This time around, they've dropped a new EP, embracing the same kind of vibrant energy they regularly emit onto the dancefloors: four originals based upon a brand of buzz worthy, old school house. And they got some help along the way. Hanfry Martinez, a contemporary artist at the apex of his career, has taken on remixing duties. He founded his label Overall Music with partner Javier Carballo while resuming an equally prolific individual career, remixing artists such as Subb-an or Dyed Soundorom. Hanfry has worked on a very underground remix, based around a potent bass thump and constantly shifting ambient sounds, perfect for even the most exquisite ear. The second remix is done by the boys from Zurich, Reto Ardour & Benja - their patented, signature blend of acid synths and immaculate bass lines will promptly set any dancefloor ablaze. Both collaborations have made this one of the more promising releases from this up-and-coming label. After six releases, Movements has been steadily in bloom, getting plenty of support and exposure, harboring artists that appear alongside some of the biggest in the business. At this pace, Movements' influx of vintage house music will be fixture among peers for months to come.