ferrispark records has always been known for its devotion to unique and soulful releases heavily influenced by the deep sounds of detroit and chicago. carrying on in the same manner is scott fergusons, disco and deep house infused, >midwest born & bred ep<. the first mix of >keep on lovin me< mixes dirty detroit rawness with chi-town acid to get dance-floors stirring while the second mix is more reminiscent of mid-90s nyc and chicago house. in the late hours of the night, flip the record over for the seriously grooving, slow, deep, and druggy, >staggerin & stumblin<.
hamburg bad boy electro ferris, member of heavyweight german band deichkind, returns with his second single on freakz me out and it is a big hitter, as it were. co-produced and engineered by tobitob of moonbootica. we have a hand picked assortment of the finest remixers & big freakz me out label friends around doing their magic on this one.deichkind are among the biggest acts in germany, playing sold out concerts and destroying festival main stages on a regular basis. anyone who has ever dodged flying elbows at a deichkind show knows what s up with their remix, dangerous.fukkk offf, also from hamburg has been killing it lately with massive singles such as rave is king or the bottom, an album on new yorks coco machete and remixes for jan delay, zombie nation, decalicious, acidkids and lars moston among others. in trademark style fukkk offf gives us hands in the air electro for fight clubs of larger dimensions.cryptonites go french on us roulé style with their big chords and big smiles version, keeping the vocal sparse and transforming it into chopped up dancefloor dynamite.stuttgarts autodidakt has taught himself a thing or two about turning out killer peak-time electro remixes, like this one, sporting massive detuned synths, driving sequences and the deepest of kicks.the remix package is completed by freakz me out veteran & big label friend markus lange who build a huge floor bomb with his remix. yeah!