|2.||"All Good Here" (7:14)|
|1.||"All Good Here" (Iuly.B remix) (7:25)|
The artist formerly known as David Ghettotronic returns with more Romanian influenced minimal house on his new Tervisio imprint. The Colombian producer (by way of Miami) now calls Berlin home (naturally) and has had a steady release schedule in the last few years with great stuff on Serkal, Vatos Locos and Leftback. Storming beats of the woody and organic variety accompany some mysterious sound designs on the dynamic opener "Cheska" all accompanied by the mandatory rolling bass. "All Good Here" is a complete change of style altogether on this funky tech house cut. It's just as 'rolling' but the beats are definitely of the 808 variety, have a whole heap of swing and that 303 acid over the top adds a lovely touch if we do say so ourselves. On the flip, the aforementioned track gets remixes by Romanian hero Iuly.B who takes it back down into hypnotic territory with his signature sound. Assisted by some mind bending modular synth sounds and keeping the rolling bass intact. It's wicked and will mix well with current stuff by Pressure Point or OdD.
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