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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Top Track of the year –Tarantula.

Pleasurekraft define their music as a  simultaneously visceral and cerebral experience induced only by the seductive, deep, groove heavy, underground techno inspired music that you hear the kids listening to .. – Common side effects include: unrelenting head bobbing giving way to complete surrender to physical movement commonly referred to as ‘dancing’. Tarantula - Every once in a while you get a track, that due to its killer hook and dancefloor presence goes on to become a smash hit. Well people, Edu Imbernon's Eklektisch are about to unleash this years first, in 'Tarantula'. 

After the tremendous success of their debut vinyl release UNER's 'Labaneria', which went onto gain huge support from so many of you, the label return with what is only their second Vinyl release to date. 

Pleasurekraft's 'Tarantula' is a track set to take this year by storm. A joyful bouncing bassline and bright percussion are overlaid with atmospheric synth waves that lead us into the breakdown. Its at this moment that we realize the power of the track. A warped vocal hook hits us, and creates a true 'hands in the air' moment. 

Each remixer on the package has taken that instantly recognizable vocal hook, and worked it together with their own brand of magic. First up is Italian producer Hugo who's version is like a huge shot of adrenalin. Driving drums and bass are broken by heavy synth stabs and an additional vocal sample. He chops the main vocal hook, and uses it to pierce the mix throughout. 

Label regular UNER puts more accent on the hook throughout his dreamy, tribal-tinged house workout. Our final remix outfit are the Ukrainian duo iO, who stick to the successful recipe that brought them success on their Diynamic Music release. Bouncy, funky and full of drive, their remix is a hip-shaker-deluxe and a definite to get the girls on the floor. Eklektisch once again have hit the bull's. With their latest release… when the groove captures you – all you can do is surrender with pleasure.

1 comment:

  1. I happened to read all your posts under music, and since I am not very familiar with what you write about, I tried listening to some of the artists and tracks you have written about. I am commenting on this post because I have Pleasurekraft in my phones right now.

    Judging from the depth of your writing, may I invite you to start listening to three artists from an entirely different genre and an entirely different generation. Give them a try for a few days, and see if you like them. They are a different BPM game altogether. I have a feeling that you will like them.

    They are John Coltrane, Duke Ellington, and Miles Davis. If after listening to them for a while, you do not like them, hey, you have a post topic ready at hand. :)

    Congratulations on your blog, it is a very, very pleasant read.


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