Fresh release by JFTH, Enzo Siffredi and Sav Manganaro out now on Wired! Beatport here.
“Jimmy’s Gang” is FURTHER proof of the outstanding position that the iconic Austrian producer Parov Stelar holds in the Electroswing scene. For his new single he virtuously melts TOGETHER jazz’s love for detail and raw rave energy. This way something new and previously unheard arises. Stelar’s sound is AT THE same TIME ecstatic, playful, melodic, diva-esque, progressive and congenial – and it is always new and exciting. “Jimmy’s Gang” is a perfect TEASER for Parov Stelar’s fifth album. It is a deep and eclectic journey into sound and will be released in april. The single release of “Jimmy’s Gang” contains an additional remix by Enzo Siffredi. He strips the original track to it’s bones and reconstructs it to a deep and groovy house track. (Parov Stelar, Beatport 2012)
Here’s a tech house groove to start 2012 featuring strange bass line tech as well as bouncy and melodic tech edits from back in the day. Supporting up and comings artists such as Stereo Express, Bongo, Arts & Leni, Monkey Safari and The Chosen Two to name a few. Enjoy!
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01. Monkey Safari – Fat Papa (Bongo Remix)
02. Rickie Snice – Rick to Jack
03. Prztz – WMC (Dub)
04. The Chosen Two – Der Glockenkopf
05. Marco Fender – 8 Achtel
06. Biscuit Reality – A Bit Alarming
07. Arts & Leni – Bruno in Chinatown
08. Stereo & Howard – Dixiland
09. Oliver Klein – Suspenders (Aka Aka & Thalstroem Remix)
10. Enzo Siffredi – Outdoor Party
11. Lissat & Voltaxx – Ohanoa
12. Rene Bourgeois – Tico
13. Arts & Leni – Tony’s Happy Guys (Stereo Express Remix)
14. Moes Doems – Matador
15. Dan Caster – Petite Chanson
16. Temptations – Papa was a Rollin Stone (Drauf und Dran Bootleg)
Enzo always had a different approach to Minimal-House which quickly gained him a love it or hate it reputation. On this Single not only he went musically further but also changed groove and sonority keeping intact the Siffredi spirit! An underground musical journey through the sticky but lovely Spaghetti Valleys. (Erase Records, 2011)
Also tune in to this JFTH version of Siffredi’s Babao!
_Enzo Siffredi – Babao (JFTH Interpretation)