With bringing Brazilian techno artist Spuri on board, Jannowitz Records proves again it’s unique instinct for talents from across the globe. The young dude has been in the business for more than a decade now and has established his name through releases on renowned labels such as Sincopat and Kittball.
Bretagne, however, is his debut EP on Cologne based Jannowitz Records and contributes four very melodic and forward-going tracks to the label’s portfolio. Beginning with the title giving and rather crispy sounding Bretagne – a perfect track for dancefloors of any kind – the EP evolves with ‘Croydon (Hell’s Mix)’ into a rollercoaster of banging, stabbing and stirring beats and sounds – just as you would expect from Jannowitz Records.
Spuri’s original tracks are great but, fortunately, the remixes do not have to stay in the shadows of their extraordinary archetypes. André Gazolla – you remember him from his remix he just did for Jannowitz main artist Kaiser Souzai – presents a bolt and brisk version of ‘Bretagne’ whilst keeping the piercing hi-hat core of the track. And same with Joseph Disco, who has been a part of the Jannowitz family for a fair amount of time now. The muenster based artist did not only leave a lot of the main parts of ‘Croydon (Hell’s Mix)’ as they were, but added a progressive sound that will make your body move within seconds.
Release Date: October 16th, 2017
1. Spuri – Bretagne | Andre Gazolla Remix
2. Spuri – Bretagne
3. Spuri – Croydon Hell Mix
4. Spuri – Croydon Hell – Joseph Disco Remix
5. Spuri – Bretagne (André Gazolla Remix)