|1||–Paskal & Urban Absolutes||Need Love||08:00|
|2||–Henry L & Ingo Sänger||Ver||08:00|
|3||–Henry L||Against the Grain||08:00|
Almost a year after the latest release from our friend Ron Deacon, we are proud to present four new trax straight from the Farside camp. Shooting stars Paskal & Urban Absolutes recorded an astonishing more clubby live version of their Farside classic in Moscow. Henry L is back with his extraordinary groove skills, some old school sample vibes and with a wink to Detroit. Matt Flores kills it with a smooth and demanding dub-tech monster and finally Henry L & Ingo Sänger keep things hypnotic with a deep sunset tune.
“Ver” from Henry L & Ingo Sänger unifies the roughness of a dirty slow stomping groove with the beauty of melancholic chords. Thrilling strings and a male vocal snippet shape the cohesive elements of this tune which develops a hypnotic feel. The result is a unique track for special moments, which is a worthy successor after releases on imprints like Quintessentials, Luv Unlimited Vibes or Tokyo Dawn.
The new stars in Deep House heaven, Paskal & Urban Absolutes , deliver us their live rework of the Farside classic “Need Love” . This reduced, beefed up version shifts the focus more towards the clubs and definitely shouldn't disappoint the dancefloors. We are happy to have our friends on board since they were really busy with plenty of remixes and the production of their wonderful debut album “Lux” for Sonar Kollektiv.
Henry L is the chief when it comes to the perfect groove. In this case it gets straight to the point. “Against The Grain” delivers the funk, blends its vivid raw beat with some creamy Detroit'ish synth chords, a clonky Bassline and soulful vocal sample bits. This uptempo soulboy groover creates a positive vibe reminiscent of the glory days of Soul Train and the Detroit Dance Show.
Farside veteran artist Matt Flores once again reveals his huge dub influences on his track ”Astounding”. This perfect mixture of mystic pads, an 808 tom bassline and live percussion elements creates an incredible depth. Kind of minimalistic with every little detail exactly on the right spot, this might also appeal to the deep-dub-tech floors and should give you the Goosebumps, especially on a good sound system.