MOMENT OF SERENITY (EAST END DUBS / ROGER GERRESSEN RMXS)
12" Vinyl sh DPre sale
very limited repress! paolo rocco. lessi s and havantepe join forces for berg audios sixth release entitled >moment of serenity<. in this killer package. you will also find a rare rework from none other than east end dubs and a deep remix of havantepes masterpiece by roger gerressen. highly recommended !
east end dubs has been bumping around the london club scene and beyond for many years now so it was only natural that the prolific producers next ep should appear on infuse. mind traps ep has all the hallmarks of a classic eed release bumping tech grinders for those groovier dance floors. as featured on enzo siragusa s essential mix. vinyl only!
for its eighth release. berg audio is proud to present >directions<. a various artists featuring pioneers as well as some of the most talented producers from the new generation. the incredible eight tracks compilation is accompanied by juli jahs stunning reinterpretation of polands >hotel forum< located in krakow. 2x12”- 180g. gatefold - a must-have item for any vinyl collectors!
kicking off at least we can dance is an extended dj friendly version of the original track. featuring production from the dp team of sharp and zed bias. this extended cut is dekata project at their soulful house best. with heavy beats. jazz keys vibes. horns. funk undertones and soaring hook lines. on the remix tip. check out the heavy hitter nu:tone. with his high energy drum and bass take on the original. dripping in heavy basslines. intricate beats and synth builds that make you want to dance the summer away into the early hours. currently causing a stir in all dance music circles as one of the main instigators and contributors to the hype and buzz that is the uk funky scene. roska steps up with his cant stop dancing mix. using broken beats. garage. grime. dance hall and house vibes. roskas unique sound has critics and compilation makers hailing him as the new sound of londons dance scene. having recently featured in the guardian and mixmag.