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Santorin 026 // Flute & Rhythm

Santorin 026 // Flute & Rhythm (Released: 2008-09-08)

J-Cut & Kolt Siewerts - The Flute Tune Buy MP3 €1,25
Simon V & Telmo A - The Rhythm Track Buy MP3 €1,25

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Kick it like Ronaldinho!

"The Flute Tune" has been voted as Best Release National at future-music.net Awards 2008.

Khal @ DOA: "The two of these tunes are not your garden-variety Drum & Bass - these tracks take you back to the old school, where the doors of influence were wide open, and worn on our sleeves. When will more producers see that the beauty of Drum & Bass was when we explored outside of the scene, not regurgitating what's already been done?"

Franksen @ Headliner August 2008: "Mit dem „Flute Tune“ kommt eine längst rotierende Dubplate-Bombe, die das Attribut Humor im Drum-n-Bass endlich mal groß schreibt."

Baio destemperado of Brazilian group Barbatuques was the soundtrack for a Nike spot with Ronaldinho, that came along with the soccer world cup 2006. The official Drum'n'Bass-Bundesliga Champions of 2006 J-Cut (Advanced, Fokuz, Renegade, AJC) & Kolt Siewerts elaborated the faint footwork on this tune with massive Bass & Breaks and sent a very coveted and highly inofficial Drum'n'Bass remix into the game. This racket kept scoring rewinds around the clubs as Flautas Felizes by Howie & Chance for quite a while causing some rumours: "Hey DJ, play that song with the flute!" Property rights have been officially cleared now with the Brazil publisher and therefore Santorin is proud to release an official copy into your private record-lineup.

The flipside comes with even more serious beatdribblin' "Rhythm Track" featuring some absolutely wicked African drumming, to take you to the immaculate roots of broken beats. Old school pads, tempo switches in the breakdown and exstatic percussions break the static on the dancefloor. Already a duo since the days of "Treasure Island", "Days Like This" (Ambassadors) and "Confidential Thoughts" (Super8Sound), Simon V & Telmo A teamed up again to create this rootical rhythm track.

Both tracks are featured on Kmag #103 cover CD mixed by TGM/The Green Man.

Cover Artwork by nest-net.