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Martin Landsky
1000 miles
Poker Flat Recordings

Maxi Single & EP
pfr73
Out: 11-05-2006
 
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This is Martin Landsky's first 12? release in 2006. It took some time, but it definitly has been worth the wait. "Back (Go For The)" (pfr59) was his last release on Poker Flat in July 2005, so we were
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This is Martin Landsky's first 12? release in 2006. It took some time, but it definitly has been worth the wait. "Back (Go For The)" (pfr59) was his last release on Poker Flat in July 2005, so we were really keen to check out some new sounds of our long-standing friend Martin Landsky. He has created a dark and monumental piece of music, using simple but effective sound patterns, repeating them by adding nice delays and other smart fx, step by step slowly building it up in tremendously hypnotic fashion. Striking indeed! On the flip side it's Dusseldorf's Loco Dice, resident DJ at Ibiza's hippest DC10, a true global player, known and loved for his releases on Timo Maas' label Four Twenty, Josh Wink's Ovum, Sven Väth's Cocoon and Richie Hawtin's Minus. What a list...! But back to the music. His remix of ?1000 miles? is less dark, more funky, smartly playing around with some short soundtips, gliding softly towards a quiet break, before evolving to full power, step by step. The groove is the key! Our tip: This 12? will definitely be a guiding light for this year?s summer, especially on the magic island of Ibiza!
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James Flavour (Dirt Crew)

both tracks work very good!

SASSE (MOOD MUSIC)

martin is back on track. very strong original, like it alot and will play !

I-DJ MAG (UK)

One of Poker Flat?s original artists and a name always worth checking, Landsky returns to the scene for the first time this year, albeit with only one new track. A tense, strung-out single note bass throbs relentlessly while Landsky?s refreshingly honest percussion shuffles unobtrusively, and while Loco Dice?s super-minimal remix will garner plenty of interest, it?s the original that deserves the attention.
 
 
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