- Gravity Handshake 08:39
- Infinity Malandra Jr. 08:53
- Curious Martin Kremser 08:03
- Heart Never Lies Zaki 07:08
12″ – EP
DIY076 | UPC: 827170576063 | Release Date (digital): 22.12.2014 | 300 Copies
Tracklist 12″: A1 – Malandra Jr. – Infinity (08:39 min.) A2 – Handshake – Gravity (08:53 min.) B1 – Zaki – Heart Never Lies (08:03 min.) B2 – Martin Kremser – Curious (07:08 min.)
After an incredible summer that saw the Diynamic label release more big hits from boss Solomun and hot talents Adriatique, as well as hold down their fantastic outdoor parties in Ibiza, the Hamburg house stable is unleashing a brand new series of four Various Artists Eps called “Four To The Floor” – Four EPs with four tracks each, focussing on the dancefloor.
The names included along the way are largely exciting new producers who are being welcomed into the label fold for the first time and each of the four new EPs will be released roughly two weeks apart, starting November 10th. The producers hail from all over the world including France, India, Switzerland, Israel and many more places besides.
This, then, is something of the start of a new era for the ever-evolving Diynamic label and showcases their skills at unearthing the next big things.
After a fine run of EPs, this new series of VA releases from Diynamic comes to a close with the fourth and final edition. First to go is Malandra Jr., an Italian who has popped up on Cocoon and Entail before now. His lush track ‘Infinity’ journeys to the end of the universe with lots of moody melodies and haunting chords that will do wonders to your mind on the dancefloor. Handshake is next and his excellent ‘Gravity’ track is a slow pomp through big expansive bass notes, radiant chords and glassy melodies and ghoulish voices that are dark in a most beautiful way.
On to the second half Zaki then offers ‘Heart Never Lies’, a crisp and twitchy bit of house with very studiously crafted bass notes that are rich and musical. The track sort of suspends you in-between galaxies as stars and spaceships shoot past you. Finally, Austrian Martin Kremser gets nice and physical and bumpy with his ‘Curious’ cut. Emotional keys, lovely synths and groaning bass all make this another standout cut from what is an excellent EP.