Martin Eyerer - Movement
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Review Text Y Best Friend label presents a double CD featuring a mix each by Martin Eyerer and Oliver Klein. Eyerer and Klein introduced their works to MBF with their stunning debut EP, Kairo and the follow-up, Tiflis. Both artists have been successful in most genres of electronic dance music, but now their focus lies on minimal. Eyerer made himself a name through remixing bands such as Gus Gus, Delight and Cassius and through remixes for Ministry of Sound/UK. Parallel to this, he always produced for smaller independent labels such as Boxer, Multicolor and Underwater and established his own label, Session Deluxe and his new imprint, Kling Klong. His 72-minute mix is fueled by club dynamics and makes a great home-listening treat as well. He's included some of his all-time favorite tracks, combined with unreleased tracks from his favorite labels. Oliver Klein, based in Düsseldorf, has been a well-known and influential DJ and producer in the Rhein delta for quite a while. His own label, Mutekki, has had a strong impact on the tech-house scene in Europe, making the transition between progressive and minimal tech-house. Oliver is a true DJ who plays and celebrates his sets, twiddling the knobs, working with effects, and providing the mix with a special emotional flow. His mix combines tracks with heavy pumping bass lines and physical presence with minimal modern grooves. Combined in his mix are brand new releases such as G-Flame & Mr. Gee's "Give'n Take," to make it a full night of techno. Other artists include: Duoteque, MyMy, Matthias Tanzmann, Björn Wilke, James What, Rob Mello, Johnny Wagner, Daniel Stefanik, Schlomi Aber, Elektrochemie, Ryan Crosson, Magda, Heartthrob, Konrad Black, Toni Rios, Plasmik, Dusty Kid, King Roc, Sebo K & Metro, D-Nox & Becker's, Mathias Tanzmann, Pascal Feos, Ray Valioso, Random Play, Dachshund, Rejected, Pan/tone, Move D., Dennis Karimani and Chris Gruber.