Gruber & Nürnberg

“C´mon Dance Ep”

WNW017 scanZoom inLabelWas Not Was
Cat. No.WNW017
FormatEXCL12"A
Orders fromTue, 06 May 2008
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Review

Hamburg´s Chris Gruber and Nils Nurnberg have been doing an array of production and mixes for multiple labels lately but these two tracks stick out. Both sparkle with a dense and intense still airy and reduced approach to modern deep electronic house. Oz Yavooz´enigmatic skilled vox raunt gives “c´mon & dance” a demanding twist to it, mixing old school new jack swing with a bright metreuropean attitude. A typical wasnotwas relerase mixing classical sound quotation with vibrant forward thinking music. Gruber & Nurnberg drop the ballistics here with a double A side rocking the cradle & floor with style and ease not often heard lately. The rest we leave up to you to decide being sure we won´t disappoint!

WNW017 in the media

James Flavour (Dirt Crew): “very good house record! both sides rock but the b side i will play the most!!!”

De:Bug (GER): “Sehr relaxte, dahinstapfende Housemusik mit Extrakick ist mal wieder das Thema auf der neuen WasNotWas, und der Titeltrack erwacht nach ein paar einleitenden Grooves zum Titelvocal mit feinen Strings und einem deepen Akkord, der sofort vermittelt, dass man auf die zeitlose klassische Housereise mitgenommen wird. Die Rückseite ist in den Melodien etwas discoider, aber ein ebenso deeper Klassiker. bleed”

DJ Misk (AltroVerso / IT): “i like the "words of comfort" track. deep and sunny-natured music, very cool.”

Jamie Jones (Crosstown Rebels_: “This is nice stuff, will play. cheers.”

Jimpster (Freerange): “2 amazingly well produced deep groovers that just sit nicely in the set and keep things grooving along. Have been playing C’mon and goes down really well.”

Karotte (CocoonGreat Stuff): “schöne deepe ep. für mein vorprogramm klasse. i like it.”

Sebo K (Mobilee): “the a side is the one for me. thanks”

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