Keep On Wankin EP

by Luminodisco / Margot

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Following on from the well-received Coast 2 Coast EP is this, the Keep on Wankin EP, which features classics tracks from Luminodisco and Margot as remixed by Sex Tags Mania label boss DJ Fettburger & DJ Grillo Wiener and Fango respectively.

“Finding the right remixer for the right track, it's a dirty, nerdy job,” says horny label boss Marco, but he’s picked just the right names again here to really maximize the radicalness of the original tracks.

First up is Luminodisco’s modern classic ‘Diavolo Di Un Disco’, which has been a feature in the sets of many disco dudes since its release last year. Given the sonic freakiness and unique sense of invention about everything DJ Fettburger does, he, along with frequent collaborator DJ Grillo Wiener, makes the perfect remix pairing.

The Scandinavian duo decides to lay in tons of organic, rough claps, jangling percussive elements and bendy basslines and the whole thing is beautifully ramshackle and loose for its nine-minute duration. All sorts of sci-fi sounds fly in and out of the mix, synths grow loud and angry before sinking back into the busy arrangement and the whole thing never settles still even for a single second.

Next up is ‘Liuff Settanta’, a track that has become one of Sven Vath’s secret weapons in recent times and in original form came from the soon to be much celebrated electronic duo Margot.
Their track gets remixed by Fango, who has so far provided a couple of killer EPs for Degustibus Music and has marked himself out as a fine talent. His version of the track is a raw drum work out that brings plenty of energy to the dancefloor as it builds and builds into an ever-larger techno stomper.

Two more killer remixes from Hell Yeah that breath new life into the already excellent originals.

Agoria "great remixes!"

Matt Walsh "possibly the best name for an EP this decade."

Cottam "Cracking remix from Fett Burger & Grillo Wiener, love it to bits"

Axel Boman "super fantastic! im sitting at studio barnhus in stockholm with Tim Sweeney and we are listening loud and smiling! we both love it!"

Tomoki Tamura "Fango remix is killer"

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released February 12, 2014

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Hell Yeah Recordings Berlin, Germany

"If you didn't know, Hell Yeah is the Italian label hell-bent on releasing the best modern disco(ish) you can find. Sometimes it's blissed out and Balearic, sometimes it's squelchy and down-right weird and sometimes it's the sort of enlogated, tribal stuff that works dancefloors into a salacious frenzy" (Kristan J Caryl - DJ MAG January 2014) ... more

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