For the second time this year, Moon Harbour welcome back the talented Emanuel Satie for a striking solo EP.
The Berlin-based DJ and producer has built up a solid catalogue of house and tech cuts since 2011. Doing so on labels like Get Physical and DFTD, he has really found his own infectious style, and one that fits in perfectly with the always forward-facing Moon Harbour label. Across two tidy tracks here he again offers the sort of high impact tunes that DJs and dancers always respond to.
The playful ’One Love’ is first and has meaty kick drums reverberating down low. Whirring machines and tribal vocal sounds bring a sense of fun, while the pitter patter of jangling bongos float up top between humid jungle sounds. It’s a steamy, pumping track to kick start any set.
‘The Culture’ is brilliantly unhinged, with drunken synths skewed and stretched in all directions. Warm sub envelops things from below and the loopy, silky groove cannot fail to hook you in as the synths freak you out up top.
These are two masterfully fun and functional tunes to bring real character to the club.
Supported by: Martin Landsky, Groove Armada, Timo Maas, Booka Shade, Gunnar Stiller, Huxley, Reboot, Tennan, Anja Schneider, Tiger Stripes, Saeed Younan, Nico Cabeza, Cuartero, Dario D'Attis, Caleb Calloway, Jamie Jones, UNER, Roger Sanchez, Raw District, Adrian Flavour, Martin Eyerer, Animal Trainer, Nic Fanciulli, Zohki, Oliver Schories, Arado, Russ Yallop, Paolo Martini, Alex Kennon, Hot Since 82, Hector Couto, Super Flu, Technasia, Nathan Borato, Chus+Ceballos, Leftwing & Kody, Waze & Odysey, Karotte, Pirupa, Riva Starr, Paul C, Jey Kurmis, youANDme, Mathias Kaden, DJ T., Anek, Detlef, Sidney Charles, Ninetoes, Sabb