A good feeling starts if the first drumsounds of >Feel so good< find your way from the boxes in the space. The head own style drawers belonging open in the half dozen and argue about the most correspondent blueprint. House? In any case. Disco? Unfailable to hear influence. Electro? Also not to dismiss this. Dub? The father of the whole atmosphere. Cosmic? Also this is a part of the authoritative ingredients in the here available circle of the sounds. And the dance floor suction strengthening cow bells are anyway a tight of a track element of all last music generations! Quintessence is, here two artists have poured your wide motley collection in influence in the form of a single track, have condensed and with it have interlocked at least 40 years of dancefloor history in fresh kind with each other.
Trockensaft irons the funk-folds of the original in his Remix a little smooth and restack the rhythm part of the track in such a way which develops one substantially percussive and more loop-oriented draft on the dancefloor without disregarding the basic mood of the original.
Swayzak lards his variation with well counterbalanced and straight sound elements in which the appropriate knowledge about Techno and Industrial of British coinage speaks out of every soundtrack. It opens to itself a world of fully sombre elegance in which the sound temperature from feverishly kickin’ on chilly demanding was lowered down, however, the energy level, even though or also just, therefore, rises precipitously.