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Wayne Snow - Freedom TV
Wayne Snow
Freedom TV
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Tartelet)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
After two incredible EPs, Wayne Snow — the Nigerian-born, Berlin-based vocalist and songwriter — now presents his debut album on Tartelet Records. Freedom TV is the natural sequel to the Max Graef-produced tasters Red Runner (2014) and Rosie (2015); a project marinated in Afro-Caribbean, soulful grooves and topped by Wayne's effortless falsetto acrobatics. As the title suggests, Freedom TV is an album with themes of liberty, struggle and creative identity pumping through its veins. Within ten tracks, Snow fluently meanders between musical styles: from low-tempo soothers like album opener "Cooler” and "Fall” to the syncopated bruk of "The Rhythm” and cosmic funk escapades found on "Nothing Wrong”. Production comes from three varied and solid sources. The tag-team between Snow and fellow Berliner, Max Graef.
Wayne Snow - Nothing Wrong (Remixes)
Wayne Snow
Nothing Wrong (Remixes)
| 2017 | EU | Original (Tartelet)
10,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder 14.07.2017
Tartelet Records and The Vinyl Factory join forces for a release showcasing remixes from two prominent Americans and a great Dane.Ge-ology and Byron The Aquarius of Sound Signature and Tartelet veteran James Braun deliver three outstanding remixes of Wayne Snow’s feel good tune ‘Nothing Wrong’ taken from his debut album ‘Freedom TV’.The original version, produced by Naples-based duo Nu Guinea, is an irresistible up-tempo funk tune that has been getting serious spins from some of the most respected selectors in the game.Ge-ology’s ‘In-Reverse-Reflip’ mix is a trippy ten-minute journey through layered in-reverse melodies and subtle acid carried by a tight, stripped-back groove. The result is a hypnotic gem that sits comfortably in any late night set.Byron The Aquarius slows it down for his ‘Live Mix’ adding a playful bassline, live drums, rhodes and synth almost reminiscent of Kool & The Gang’s 1974 hit ‘Summer Madness’.Tartelet mainstay James Braun steps back into the limelight after years of silence with a highly effective club mix; combining his signature low-slung house grooves with Wayne’s backing vocal, turning it into something that is both pumping and exotic.
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