Framed by shaker-obsession and South Bank-atmosphere, this joint is going ways quite typical for Rampa. He's starting it up and calming it down, pushing the dynamics to utter ecstasy, but still letting its soul breathe subtly.
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You'll find explicitness in its lyrics, claps as gratifying as in an enduring spanking session and a carpet of white noise that could be modeled after the addressed rain shower or maybe even after a smearing broom, that’s clearing the traces of sweat and the juice of arousal “Purple Rain” most definitely will leave on the dancefloor.
David Mayer is back with a bang. You might remember his last productions as downright atmospheric and in touch with one or another nerdy fixation on detail, well, those new cuts point to the place where elation is boiled up, more than anything he did before.
Not unlike the first chapter, Workparty Two mirrors the status quo within the Keinemusik camp. Featuring Rampa, &ME, David Mayer and Adam Port, it covers all of the crews producing stakeholders.
Adam Ports first release was going under the name "Chemistry". Now with this one, it seems he's revealing some sort of contentual paradigm or at least an ongoing partiality for the chemical process, as it's called "Corrosive Love".
As it seems, Rampa & Re.You converted keinemusik into a boot camp for a while and pulled a couple of all nighters in the studio until they came up with the most distinct Techhouse-flavored drill-instructor-anthem we have heard in years.
As his Keinemusik-debut "F.I.R." and his contribution to "Workparty One" did before, "One Day" fuses all his by now characteristic ingredients to create an everlasting set-highlight.
"Crime" is David Mayer’s first own vinyl release on Keinemusik and nothing less than the updated improvement of his trademarked sound parameters.
"Workparty One" is a joint venture of all Keinemusik-producers and it's labeled "Workparty" for a reason.
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His name is Adam Port, and he plays House, and this is his debut on Keinemusik. An arrangement of countless percussive details, the jazzy vibe, that was introduced with "Boogie Bass", woven over a thick and concise bassline.
Rampa is back with another take on versatility. While the last works were characterized by an almost song-like catchyness and full on party-impetus, the new ones aim more towards seriousness and a deeper approach to make you sweat.
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