Paskal & Urban Absolutes Are Celebrating The Release Of Their Debut Album Lux (released In November 2013) With A Big Bash, Encompassing A Special Remix Package And With An Illustrious Group Of Liked Minded Peers. Same As With Their Own Work Credo Of Cross-city Collaborating (paskal Aka Alex Lives In Berlin, Urban Absolutes Aka Adrian Lives In Essen) The Twosome Assembled Half Of Germany For The First, Now Available 12inch Of The Lux Remixes.
They take us from Berlin via Leipzig down to Essen and Dortmund and from
there to Düsseldorf and Cologne. One of the album's standout tracks, “Take
The Fall” featuring the guest vocals by Pete Josef from Bristol, has gone
under the knife all in all four times. The outcomes couldn't be more diverse:
Manuel Tur, the Essen based eminent deep house authority, operates yet
again most meticulously and precisely to produce a true grace of a dancefloor
sure shot as if by magic. As a little surprise an infinitely meandering 303
acid bassline sets in in the second half of the track for sheer delight.
Sevensol & Bender, two of the founders of Leipzig based quality techno
imprint Kann Records, don't apply less effort either and chop the track to its
pieces. Without further ado the track's vocals fall by the wayside, only dare
to surface muffled in a setting that couldn't be more contemporary and more
today. This is German handcraft at upmost grade.
The Paskal & Urban Absolutes party continues with two remixes for “Here
Again” – another hit of the album. The former Sonar Kollektiv warhorses
Trickski seem to almost have been waiting for this assignment. The sound
the Berlin based trio has been sported to perfection on their last few releases
on labels like Delusions Of Grandeur and SUOL is being refined even further
with this top-notch remix. This is full throttle peaktime club music with an
aesthetics that will be style-defining in 2014.
And since we are making these superlative comparisons we can easily tag
the remix by Henry L & Ingo Sänger (from Cologne and Dortmund) as the
next blueprint of how the updated version of Chicago house has to sound
like this season. Of course the awe-inspiring voice of Jazzanova singer Paul
Randolph helps enormously to raise the already regal original to unexpected
heights. To tell the truth, a high you don't wanna come down again from.
That's what the second release in the Lux remixes series will most definitely
cater for. Stay tuned! [txt from ]