“Smooh´s Raisin Theory, M. Antona Rmx”
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Having closed 2011 with the celebrated release of his own “Rules Of Madness” LP, Dissonant’s boss Marc Antona looks to start 2012 with a flourish by welcoming German rising talent tINI to the label, with her very first release outside of her regular Desolat home. Since joining the Desolat family back in 2008 we have seen tINI grow impressively as both artist and DJ. Her first foray into the world of production came in the form of 2009’s “That’s Right", part of the Desolat X Sampler, which perfectly showcased the brand of twisted deep funk that she spins on her floors. Since then its been a whirlwind for Munich born tINI. Having supported Marco Carola on his worldwide Album tour, held residencies at Ibiza’s Ushuaia, Italy’s Cocorico and London’s Fuse nights, she has also been aboard the nonstop freight train that is ‘life’ of the touring DJ. Whilst this may have gone some way to explaining the absence of any music, until her remix of Manon’s “Que Cara E Essa” in May of last year, we are now all too well aware that tINI’s studio time was being more than well spent on the creation of her debut long-player, “Tessa.” Released in October the album found critical acclaim from both DJ’s and Dance Press alike and after creating such a personal collection of ‘moments’, tINI proclaimed that she was now looking to explore new sounds and inspirations. “Smooh’s Raisin Theory", her debut for Dissonant, is the first of tINI’s new productions and whilst the freshness of a new moment is evident in this funk driven number, her youth as a drummer and the early influences of a certain Moodymann, can all be heard in the warm rhythms of the original. Label boss Marc Antona takes the original on a trip with his ‘Outback’ Mix. Creating an ethereal atmosphere with his deep pulsing drums and bringing the vocal to the fore, Marc creates a special moment for the floor. Dissonant’s Italian arm, Re-UP keep the funk and drive, whilst adding an array of crisp, clean percussion.
DS008 in the media
: “i will play both, original & rmx..”