|1.||Steve O'Sullivan vs Kashawar - "Take A Seat"|
|1.||Titonton Duvante - "Such Good Taste"|
|2.||Eric Cloutier - "Balsamaceous"|
"Mosaic Split Series kickstarts 2014 with three solid tracks of silky deepness that build upon the Mosaic sound of old whilst remaining firmly in the present.
A: Steve O'Sullivan vs Kashawar "Take a Seat"
Label boss, Steve O'Sullivan , follows up his recent Sushitech releases with this collaboration with young German producer Kashawar who has been gaining fans over the last year with his solidly atmospheric and funky EPs on Autoreply and Project London Records.
Raw, slow old school house beats is the order of the day here with a sprinkling of melodic nu school deep techno touches that help to make this track perfect for both the warm up or after party.
Just listen to the vocal sample if you have any doubts ... "Relax baby...Mr Big will take care of you in a minute."
B1: Titonton Duvante "Such Good Taste"
Despite an impressive back catalogue , including releases on Metamorphic, 7th City and Planet E , US techno veteran Titonton remains one of techno's best kept secrets and to say we are happy to welcome him to Mosaic is a massive understatement.
Fusing the melodic edge of classical Detroit Techno with the jacking dancefloor intensity of Chicago, Titonton's "Such Good Taste," is a welcome addition to the Mosaic catalogue. ....the combination of kick drum and bassline alone are a thing of beauty... there is no way your ass won't move to this beast!
B2: Eric Cloutier " Balsamaceous"
Eric has made a name of himself over the last few years on the DJ circuit with sets that have been described as sprawling in depth and sophistication, fusing the brooding intensity of tripping techno with the mechanic funk of contemporary house. Thankfully for Mosaic his productions do the same!
"Balsamaceous" is Eric's second release and showcases perfectly his unique take on the Detroit/Berlin Techno schooling he has obviously had: a deeply emotional yet hip wiggling take on the techno/house hybrid.
This is one that will get the more discerning dancefloors shaking this year. Pure class is an understatement!
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