Strictly limited to 200 copies. supported by dOP, Digitaline, Ly Sander, Richie Hawtin, Danny Tenaglia, Peter Kruder, Mr.Statik, Ekkohaus, Lula Circus, DJ Linus, Paco Osuna, Markus Schulz, Andrew Grant, Randall Jones, Crowdpleaser, Franco Bianco, Rhiaz Khan, Danilo Vigorito, Andrea Ferlin, Ron Shiller, Horatio, Gare Mat K, Simina Grigoriu, Daniel Sanchez, De:Bug, Tsugi Mag, Igloo Mag, Resident Advisor, Noize Radio, Diversions Radio Toronto, Deepvibes Radio, Global Dance Session Radio, Radio-FDS, BLN.FM Radio and Medellinstyle.com between many others.
Dive right in. Into the mesmerizing world of Melodivia. Embark on a journey of many things. Yes, you most certainly will shake your booty on this quest. Incessantly. Perhaps you will wake up in the arms of that woman you always dreamt of. Or you will wind up selling your soul to the devil, who knows? Zurich’s Nice Try Records brings you an album that tugs with melodic sentiment. Sumptuous yet fragile, harmonic fragments emanate from meandering hooks, dripping resonant as gruffy bass tones offer glimpses of movement and energy beneath the surface.
Just when you started to despair that there would ever emerge a talented house producer from the lake-shores of Montreux, along comes a perfect example. Dollar Mambo? Stéphane Perrinjaquet is super-skilled, free of fear, bedazzled with hellish funkyness, or simply the man to convince you that jazz has the last word in the realm of the four-to-the-floor. Not for nothing, Stéphane Perrinjaquet has soaked up all that jazz, soul and blues from years of drooling at notorious performances at that festival. Rumours even uphold that once a glimmer shone on Miles’ trumpet, and tinker-bell-wise zigzagged through that concert hall only to blind young Stéphane: to forever bind him onto his future path of clubby, eccentric playfulness. Ah, the prophetic joys of music! You can bet your dollar on that mambo. [txt from ]