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Youandme - All Comes Back EP
Youandme - Tube / Shinedoe
Tube / Shinedoe
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Rotary Cocktail)
7,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
the deep and raw jacking vibes of early Chicago house. Two great remixes by Shinedoe and Timo Maas round up the package.
Youandme - Sinus / Cosinus
Youandme - PPPPP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Rhythm Cult)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Youandme is a duo that has long been associated with the Berlin scene and quality house and techno. They have released on the likes of Cocoon and Desolat amongst others, and run their own Rotary Cocktail label, plus Polymorph and a few other mysterious outlets. Picking up props from big name players and at home remixing the likes of Seth Troxler and Lawrence, this pair has nearly a decade in the game behind them, and it shows in their accomplished sounds.
Youandme - Don't Take This Shit So Serious Feat. Brothers Vibe
Don't Take This Shit So Serious Feat. Brothers Vibe
12" | 2015 | UK | Original (Finale Sessions)
9,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Finale Sessions is proud to bring you a fantastic release from Berlin's youANDme Feat New Jerseys Brothers'Vibe and we are excited because of the combination of this release and we start with the "Original "with its classic house appeal and the perfect vocals of Brothers' Vibe it is one for the peak time dance floors and then we have the Brothers'Vibe Remix and it is an amazing piece with its tribal drums and its super deep vibe this one is stellar part of the record.
Youandme - Take Away Feat. Black Soda Loco Dice Remix
Take Away Feat. Black Soda Loco Dice Remix
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Desolat)
10,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
"Take Away” was written in summer 2014 with vocalist Black Soda from South Africa. The track is made from various hardware synth, and is filled with feeling. It is built on a bed of pinging drums and coarse claps, but the heaviness lifts with the arrival of Black Soda’s breezy, spoken word vocals and some colourful xylophone like melodies. It’s a proper underground anthem in the making, frankly. Then comes Loco Dice with his version. It is chunky, with grainy, sheet metal claps, twisted vocals and skewed synths that all make it robust and masculine. Sure to be massive when dropped in the right club, it is a fine bit of work from the boss. Pablo Bolivar then steps up to remix and flips the track into a more uptempo, gliding house cut with starry melodic patterns, punchy drums and filtered vox. It builds and builds to a peak and then implodes under emotive arps that are dotted left, right and centre, no doubt owning floors in the process.
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