Master Seb & Werner Niedermeier

Master Seb & Werner Niedermeier
Techno - Deep House
Release date
13 May 2016
    Master Seb & Werner Niedermeier
    13 May 2016 | Techno - Deep House

    Master Seb & Werner Niedermeier – Smooth // Ayeko Records [AYK024]
    Genre: Techo, Deep House,
    Release Date: Mai 13 2016
    Label: Ayeko Records

    01. Master Seb & Werner Niedermeier – Smooth
    02. Master Seb & Werner Niedermeier – Smooth – Jerome Sydenham’s Power Dub Remix
    03. Master Seb & Werner Niedermeier – Smooth – Jerome Sydenham’s Instrumental Dub Remix
    04. Master Seb & Werner Niedermeier – Work It, Yeah – Original
    05. Master Seb & Werner Niedermeier – Work It, Yeah – Jerome Pacman Remix

    Release Info:
    Master Seb - Werner NiedermeierWerner Niedermeier and Master Seb join forces again to release the “Smooth E.P.” on Ayeko Records. The E.P. boasts two excellent original tracks with superb remixes from Jerome Sydenham and Jerome Pacman.

    The title track “Smooth” is a tremendous example of Werner & Seb’s grooving minimalistic approach to Deep House. The pair have created a rhythmic monster, using a series of dynamic peaks, an infectious stab, subtle bassline and soulful percussion that will shape any dance floor.

    Remixing “Smooth” is Jerome Sydenham, who delivers two distinct interpretations, a Power Dub mix and an Instrumental Dub. Both maintain the originals quintessential synth stabs and relentless groove whilst bringing the bass right up front in an overstated, aggressive manner sure to keep everyone moving.

    Next up is “Work It, Yeah” which throws minimal house into the equation. This track pushes the release in an interesting direction. The off-kilter groove, stern percussion and precisely placed vocal give the track a deep feel whilst the grooving sub bass and short delayed stabs make this a potent dance floor cut.
    Lastly on the E.P, we have Jerome Pacman, remixing “Work It, Yeah” who indulges us with his Detroit influenced work of deep techno wizardy. With a contagious dub bass line and minimal percussion it’s obvious that this track was intended for the darkest basements of underground clubs playing the deepest grooves.

    Werner Niedermeier:
    Master Seb:
    Jerome Pacman:
    Jerome Sydenham:

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