|Spring, John / Lava Lava|
|Add Date:||2013-09-09||Pull Date:||2013-11-11||Charts:||RPM/Electronica|
|Week Ending:||13 Oct||15 Sep|
|1.||Oct 07, 2013:||Happy Hour (Coverin' for PACC) |
|3.||Sep 10, 2013:||BLS_SubShow_Hour01_Hour02 |
Lava Lava (Gabriel Ananda & Marcel Janovsky Remix)
|2.||Sep 10, 2013:||BLS_TuesSub_1700-1900 |
Lava Lava (Falko Brocksieper Remix)
John Spring - Lava Lava|
Label: Basmati Music
The original "Lava Lava" by Joh Spring came out in 2007 and caught the attention of super-DJs like Sven Vath. This track is wildly inventive, kooky, irreverent, with all sorts of unpredictable elements. Basmati has re-released it with two great remixes, one by the label's bosses (#2) and another by tech-house producer Falko Brockseiper. I loved the original, and the Ananda/Janovsky mix (#1 & #2), the Brockseiper remix (#3) is still good but not as strong as the other two.
1. Original (6:41) - Kooky & irreverent "tech-funk". (Is there such a thing?) One of the most unusual dance tracks I've ever heard. The beats are dry and crispy, with a funky bassline that serves as the framework for all sorts of audio madness. Percussive noises, odd analog manipulations, and highly irregular tempo changes.
2. Gabriel Ananda & Marcel Janovsky Remix (6:26) - Basmati's label-meisters take the original in all sorts of funky and bizarre directions. Analog blurps, electro grinds, stops & starts, breaks, and quasi-dubstep drops. Anything to throw you off your guard, they do it in this track. Awesome job.
3. Falko Brocksieper Remix (6:29) - Falko the tech-house-meister adds a different flair with a catchy & shimmering little synth loop and some big analog-bass drops. It evens out the irregularities of the original but still keeps it fun.
|1.||Lava Lava||2.||Lava Lava (Gabriel Ananda & Marcel Janovsky Remix)|
|3.||Lava Lava (Falko Brocksieper Remix)|