Verdantin is an epic 13 minutes long burner. Moody synths, haunting vocals, and a sub-sonic kick drive the slowly evolving structure forward. However… b-side track Siebzehn is at least as good with its lush dubby chords and its echo-ing vocals layer over a classic house groove.
Surprising dark & druggy deephouse/dubstep crossover from the german deep house producer, Kassem Mosse.
After exploring technoid territories with in the last years Ame are back with a full-on deep house EP. It is very much infiltrated with a Marcel Duchampesque way of approaching artistic objects: ready-made, self-referencing and perpetuating. So musically, Perpetuum Mobile (ital. Moto Perpetuaby Niccolò Paganini) elements push forward into mesmerizing loops. There future is nearer than in most of contemporary deephouse releases.