DJ-Set: Dominik Eulberg – Rabimmel, Rabommel, Rohrdommel

1. Roman Flügel – Believers (Dial Records)
2. Death In Vegas – Transwave (Drone)
3. Christian Löffler – Swim (Ki Records)
4. Rote – End Of The Sky (BleeD Music)
5. Square Lines – R-Type Ocean (Apollo)
6. Bjarki – AE (Trip)
7. Barker & Baumecker – Cipher (Ostgut Ton)
8. Fabio Montana – Ortygia (Love Over Entropy Remix) (microCastle)
9. Thomas Hessler – Rise (Index Marcel Fengler)
10. SCNTST – Thru Infinity (Boysnoize Records)
11. Max Cooper – Organa (Mesh)
12. John Talabot – Voices (Permanent Vacation)
13. Landside – Distance (Just This)
14. Shed – The Lower Upside Down (The Final Experiment)
15. DJ Sotofett – Current 82 (Keys Of Life)

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Fabio Montana – Ortygia (Love Over Entropy Repatterning)

forthcoming as part of the ‘Ortygia’ EP

Partial PR: Now, for the label’s final release of 2016, microCastle welcomes Fabio Vanore-Landsberg aka Fabio Montana to showcase his creative talents. The Italian-born, Germany based artist is highly regarded for his distinctive style and musical depth. Releases on Einmusika, Click Records and his own Incroyable imprint have been praised by his contemporaries with Maceo Plex, Joris Voorn and Hot Since 82 all playlisting his music.

microCastle’s masterstroke has been to engage Love over Entropy to repattern ‘Ortygia’. Motivated by the ideology of early Detroit pioneers and experimental IDM, his musical creations are renowned for being hypnotic and atmospheric, with a tender touch, juxtaposing an obsessive attention to detail with space, chaos and chance. As a result the Dutch artist has found a home on taste-maker labels such as Something Happening Somewhere, Lossless and Atomnation. Here he builds a deeply brooding, melodic, percussive masterpiece, and the resultant tension is palpable as his re-imagining of ‘Ortygia’ sparks with eruptive bursts of fizzing energy. A stunning remix on every level, and it is no wonder that he is beloved by such heavyweights as Dixon, Mano Le Tough, Âme and Laurent Garnier.

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Well, it’s Robag Wruhme on a true classic by Oxia, nothing to add… except

What Robag said:
“Dear World,

Agoria asked last year if I wanted to do a remix from Oxia’s “Domino”.
Like many times in the past, I have chosen big songs, so that its double so hard to do my own interpretations. I took the offer and told myself “if you remix “Domino”, then do it in a very smart and musical way”. Not everyone who listens to both remixes will immediately recognize the song, because they are not focused on the peak time in the clubs or festivals. Instead, they are focused on the softer and loving moments on the dance floor. Don’t we need some of this in these times? #1 on the next dance charts in the USA would be nice… ☺

Greetings from Quito, RW”

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