|A1. Die Verwandlung
A2. Der Ritt
B1. Die Verwandlung [Jesse Rose Remix]
B2. Die Verwandlung [Christopher Just Remix]
Here comes the second official 12â€ť of ROBOSONIC in anticipation to their debut album â€śSturm und Drangâ€ť (to be released in September 2007)! After numerous remix-productions which will be released on different labels within the next months, the last album track â€śDie Verwandlungâ€ť was chosen to be the follow-up to the great success of â€śYasminâ€ť (incl. Koletzki & Meindl and Coconut Wireless Remixes) released early 2007.
The young independent DJ-Team and producer duo ROBOSONIC is made up of Sacha Robotti living in Berlin and Cord Henning Labuhn (also known for HipHop production under the name â€śSchallâ€ť) meanwhile living in Argentinaâ€™s capital Buenos Aires.
So far they have been tearing apart clubs, illegal raves, parades and festivals all over the world, playing an innovative wild mix of electronic music they refer to as â€śDance Entertainment for Junkies and Joggersâ€ť.
â€śDie Verwandlugâ€ť (German for â€śThe Metamorphosisâ€ť.. see Kafka) is a subtle morphing track on the deep edge of minimalism. Its strange atmoshere is crafted by weird sound textures and a patient, determined arrangement with surprises.
â€śDer Rittâ€ť is a techhouse horse riding adventure about the happy lonely but desperately love-seeking gauchos ROBOSONIC literally taking place in the wide and beautiful Pampa of Berlin-Kreuzberg. It takes quite a journey to reach the climax of melodic melancholy and true skool kitsch sung to you by ugly nightowls hiding behind big white piles of snow.
JESSE ROSE [Get Physical/ Dubsided], master of fidget house remixes, delivers what he is known for: his very own vision of sound. Bleepy, bouncy, surprising house or something hard to define? Jesse metamorphoses â€śDie Verwandlungâ€ť from scratch, creating a free interpretation.
The remix by CHRISTOPHER JUST [International DJ Gigolo/ KitsunĂ©], a â€śharderâ€ť and more straightforward interpretation bathing in acid, is destined to fit in record cases of techno DJs.