After his smart collaborations in two V.A. references by Flumo recordings, this man from Hamburg protagonizes this suggestive work accompanied by three remixes quite able to atomize chronos in this world and beyond. Swim is like a delicious dip perfect to refresh ourselves in our way to any transoceanic dancefloor. Its bass line make us float to enjoy a bubbly bath of pure deep tech-house.
Daniel Kyo (Plastic City/Wallshaker/Noir) continues his praised progression, bringing a breath-taking remake where old school house springs everywhere. A resounding bass accompanied by classic, delicious drums model a track where the synthetic and the robotic mix in the appropriate dose to evoke the best Detroit sound.
Tom Ellis (Telegraph/Trimsound) Swim remake that brims with minimal funny funk, finest sort. The vocal treatment creates a hypnotic atmosphere -due to its masterly percussion tricks- able to burn even too demanding hips and boilers. Dixie Yure (Flumo/Nordik) reconstructs this Swim with an hybrid baton both orchestral and magical, which harmonizes the multiplicity of sonic figures filtered in his personal musicography, dexterously balanced among the visionaire and the retrospective.
Markus Newton with his Automotion caps it all with a desert filled of Chicago vibes and glazed with the most lysergic SF taste. Ready trip and alchemy guaranteed... Enjoy!! Flumo Recordings continues strongly supporting underground club music, together with: Dj Hell, Angel Molina, Laurent Garnier, Ben Watt, Deetron, John Digweed, Steve Bug, Glimpse, Ivan Smagghe, John Selway, Mark Henning, Terry Francis, Brendon Moeller, James Holden, Milton Jackson or Gregor Tresher, among others.