The Micronaut – Contrast Remixes Part 1 // Freude Am Tanzen

A few months ago, The Micronaut unleashed an incredible release of endorphin in the clubs with his »Contrast« EP. Seemingly effortless and with an inspired smile, he pushes all genre boundaries. The result is an unusually energetic hybrid sound combining breakbeat, IDM, UK funky and trance.

»Earlylate«, Micronaut‘s tribute to the British summer of love, evidently left the greatest impression. In fact, three producers got to work on a reinterpretation of this track. During the summer of 2018, three very different versions of the song were developed. From breaking (?) deep to bass loaded four to the floor and finally completely different as a lascivious disco reincarnation. This ought to have even astonished an allrounder like Micronaut.

Embracing ambient sounds meet mighty breakbeats. Map.ache from Kann Records does everything to male time stand still and does so successfully.

Here, the demolition power from »Earlydate« has been bang on. Andreas Henneberg ought to be well ahead with this remix in the category »Best Break«.

Robert Helms invites you to delve into dreaming. He highlights the deep chords and vocals of »Smallbig« and boosts them in slow house mode.

And for the grand finale, his buddy from Leipzig Panthera Krause recruits all his strength. His poetic disco sense is legendary – which he demonstrates brilliantly with his remix.


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