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Bo Saris – She’s On Fire

I was always a fan of funky, blues and every kind of cheeky music. This just had a real power. 

Bo Saris - She's On Fire

Ruben Blades Plástico

This is everything I have loved since I started moving around Spanish speaking countries.

Ruben Blades Plástico

dead prez – Hip Hop

I can’t explain why, but this one has stuck with me for many many years. I even did a special edit of it. 

dead prez - Hip Hop (Official Video)

The Pharcyde – Runnin’

This song helped me in situations, when i had to face with myself. True Power!

The Pharcyde - Runnin' (Official Music Video)

2Pac – Do For Love

There is no way i wasnt about to mention 2Pac!  Do everything because you love it. Peace

2Pac - Do For Love (HD)

Gemini – At That Café

The story of this track is mostly one from one of the strangest periods of my life. I Cannot even explain why, but I
can not stop listening to this masterpiece. 

Gemini - At That Café

Moodymann – It’s 2 late 4 U & Me

I cannot even remember how many good memories i have with this song. I think its in my top 3. 

Moodymann - It's 2 late 4 U & Me (HQ, short version)

Konrad Black – Scorched Earth (Barac Interpretation) (MEANDER 16.5)

Growing up as a Hungarian, I had and have a lot of Romanian-Hungarian friends, whose music 
had a serious impact on my life. Barac is one of them.

Konrad Black - Scorched Earth (Barac Interpretation) (MEANDER 16.5)

MK featuring Alana – Always (12″ Underground)

This song brings me back to my first US gig, or even the Colombian ones. Or even UK. Crazy how many times 
It has worked. 

MK featuring Alana - Always (12" Underground)

Blue by LaTour

One of my all time favourite movies is “Basic Instinct”
The song Blue by LaTour is probably better known from the bathroom club scene in Basic Instinct. In case you’re wondering, the first song in that club scene is called “Rave, The Rhythm” by Channel X.

Reelow & Paco Wegmann – Blaster (Desolat)

After an unforgettable outing on Desolat last summer with his ‘High You Feel’ EP, Reelow is now back with more brilliance, this time in collaboration with the highly rated Paco Wegmann. Like label boss Loco Dice, Barcelona based Reelow grew up on hip hop but started making club music a decade ago. Since then he has always evolved and taken in techno, soul and breakbeats. His last EP here got high profile support from the key players and now he works with German born, Romanian raised Paco Wegmann. He’s fast become a real source of house gold thanks to heavily played and club rocking tunes on Hot Creations, Hottrax and elrow, amongst others, and is a fine foil for Reelow. First out of the blocks is ‘Blaster’, which is a hard hitting track with powerful kick drums that cannot fail to make crowds move. The even more powerful ‘My Way’ is a fantastically physical track with the chunkiest drums imaginable and last of all ‘Your Body’ brings the flair with restless percussion, vocal stabs and acid rave energy that will leave you breathless.

Out Now… Reelow & Paco Wegmann – Blaster (Desolat) Cat No: DESOLAT 082