Patrick Chardronnet Vs David Durango

“Days Like These / Move With Me”

PFR97 scanZoom inLabelPoker Flat
Cat. No.PFR97
FormatEXCL12"I
Orders fromWed, 25 Jun 2008
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Review

Picture the perfect summer time session, perhaps spontaneously thrown together around a beach bar in that most sonorous of spanish cities, or perhaps floating along with the concluding and exulting hours of one of Berlin‘s finest vistas. This is the record that will result in those hairs standing on end and refusing to come back down! A majestic team are at work here, known by their earth names as Chardronnet and Durango, but known in celestial circles as the lords of Movement and Melody. Like the best of his best, Chardronnet‘s „Days Like These“ promises to groove from start to unwanted finish, with power and soul. Its language of softly spoken synth stabs and elegant, up-building syntaxes are beautifully expressed and can be understood by all. Its a respectfully understated tune that rises with recognisable structure, but continues to surprise and excite as Patrick‘s natural talent for arrangements becomes clear. As a great complement to the somewhat gentler tones of the A side, David Durango‘s „Move with Me“ taps into the more cerebral zones of this grand slam summer session. David Durango is a fresh and talented producer from Switzerland and recently delivered a stunning remix for Berkson & What‘s „Keep On“ (Dessous 82 digital bonus track). On „Move With Me“, nervous, intricate percussion builds with tweaked out delays and charged reverb washes, introducing the track‘s melodic central theme and carrying it through to its dramatic final break. Its welcomed somewhere deep inside our subconscious and has the effort of swathing us in a warm blanket of familiarity, yet its borders remain uncharted and therefore the track exists as a wonderfully mysterious journey that‘s begging to be explored and of course re-visited! Tracklisting: A: Patrick Chardronnet: Days Like These B: David Durango: Move With Me

PFR97 in the media

anja schneider [mobilee]: “Playlist "Under The Blue Moon" Radio Friz Berlin”

Ben Watt (buzzin fly): “Like a feather bed covered with fresh fruit. Ace.”

Break 3000 / Dirt Crew: “ Good Groover ! will play ..”

C-Rock (Motorcity Soul): “Nice release again”

D'JULZ (Ovum): “I like the Durango track, very nice deep groover”

Dean Mushin: “Brilliant!”

Emerson: “ Huge Chardronnet follow up. Full support.”

FEX: “Excellent!”

Gamal Kabar: “ Both tracks are serious. Love em. ”

Ja=mes Flavour (Dirt Crew): “nice one!”

Jeff Bennett: “Like the Duranfo track best.”

Joel Mull: “ Diggin the Move With Me track”

Karotte (CocoonGreat Stuff): “patricks nummer ist klasse. full support. aber auch die b-seite find ich gut. wird beides gespielt.”

Kasper Bjørke / Filur: “ Great summer vibe! Will def play both tracks in the upcoming weekends!”

Kasper Bjørke/Filur: “Great summer vibe!! Will definitely play out both tracks. ”

Laurent Garnier (F-Com): “another good release from the Poker Flat crew Will play (bien sur !!)”

Martin Eyerer: “ Full support. Playing both. (charted) ”

Michael Reinboth (compost): “Good quality house! will play”

Mijk Van Dijk: “I like the mellow coolness of Durango's vocal treatment”

Mike Monday (Playtime): “Quality Deep”

nitestylez.de: “ It’s been quite a while since Poker Flat Recoordings released a part of their Tournament-series which was originally established to showcase young talented producers from different countries in this world. This idea might have been subject of change recently and now this comes up as the labels first split-release in ages. Patrick Chardronnets „Days Like These“ is a very uplifting, classic House music tune deep rooted equally in Chicagos history as in contemporary Minimalism and is about to make punters feel good on the floor. On the flip we’ve David Durangos „Move With Me “ stuck to the same roots but referring to them in a deeper, moodier way that – due to its melancholic string arrangement added throughout tracks end part that calls back the original spirit of what Trance once has been – is more fitting to be played out at the end of a nice clubnight.”

Orde Meikle/Slam: “Nice! Like bith tracks.”

p.toile (mothership, trenton): “ Both tracks are super.”

Phonique: “ Both tracks are great!!!”

Sian (Pokerflat/Karmarouge): “Very nice return to form.”

Will Saul (Simple Records): “ Two tracks that will effortlessly fit into my peaktime sets. Difficult to pick a winner here but the way the vocal is used in MWM is lovely so this just edges it for me...”

Will Saul (Simple Records): “Two tracks that will effortlessly fit into my peaktime sets. Difficult to pick a winner here, but the way the vocal is used on MWM is lovely, so this just edges it for me.”

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