supported by audio werner, dub kult, mark henning, mathias kaden, someone else. so inagawa returns to multi vitamins, this time to do a solo ep. this record is good for shaking that ass, bopping that head or simply listening to at home.
supported by jeff samuel, someone else, lucio aquilina, mark henning, anthony collins, jorge savoretti and many more major-players.. mv 15 presents the first solo ep of suokas, a breathtaking artist from russia, this time doudou malicious makes another appearance on his own imprint to do a deep remix to complete this ep
multi vitamins gives birth to its third baby, mv 03: 4 tracks, 2 brains, conceiving some of the freshest and most forward thinking expressions in nowadays electronic dance music. sebastian russell leads you to some exotic, fascinating and still dopy territories. den adds some japanese folk to his cyber-minimal style. sebastian s misbehave breaks in with a reverberating crash and a rapping sample. to follow, while a low-fi soul penetrating bass line keeps the hips shaking, the combination of twisted mechanics, computer sounds with thirst-quenching vocals creates a mixed effect of drunkness and sensuality. sebastian s fusion of contrasting elements follows with chinese squid, where the warm melody of a canang ibu floats over a line of raw funked-up drums. den s sister 1 represents the most minimal piece of mv 03 dance output, characterised by a solid 4/4 bass kick, ultra filtered hi-hats and glitchy subtle electronic textures. n 23 to the beach is featured by a heavy slow-pi ched kick, spaced out with drills and chirurgical noises. a female vocal pattern kicks in humble, but after a hiccupping stage, the geisha is on fire