When Your Debut Set On Pete Tongs Essential Mix Starts With Masters At Work Remixing Saint Etienne And Ends With Kraftwerk, The Tunes In The Middle Better Hold Their Own. That Was The Challenge Mobilee Head Anja Schneider Set For Herself On Her Recent Addition To The Legendary Bbc Radio Program, And She Delivered With The Help Of A Debut From Maya Jane Coles, A Classics From Underground Resistance, And An Airing Of Her Own Latest, Jimmy, Which, With Its Propelling Conga Loop And Haunting Organ Climax, Made For One Of The Most Memorable Moments Of The Two Hour Session.
This success will be no surprise to anyone familiar with Schneider’s history as a producer, club DJ and respected radio host, with her own Dance Under The Blue Moon program filling the Berlin airwaves since 200?. And while she has been teasing us with “Jimmy” since July (when it surfaced on her mix for John Digweed’s Transitions podcast), the time as finally come for it appear in it’s complete form, released on vinyl and digital as Mobilee141, with the moody acid house of “Lovetube Thinking” on the flip. A solid one-two punch of a release that DJs can now use to open and close their own essential sessions. [txt from ]