Big Bait Records
Me and my Mouse
In September 2012 we initiate the 2012/2013 Big-Bait-black-label-vinyl-series with a tremendous solo-ep from Scherbe, who recently got a lot of attention for his releases on Uncanny Valley and Reh Incarnation.
His off-the-hook Slowhouse-beast “Me and my Mouse” is accompanied by two wide-ranging reinterpretations from “wonky wunderkind” Glenn Astro and label boss “shufflemaster” Peter Clamat himself, everything packed up in a completely redesigned, shimmering- handprinted cover artwork, designed by our newest family member Marek Slipek!
The title-track “Me and my mouse” by Scherbe is the musical gift you have been waiting for: timeless American grooves, colored in deepest shades of sound-layers, floating around an irresistible bassdrum/snare combination. This tune is rightfully bringing in mind DJ Premier and Theo Parrish in their haziest moments, giving us a dope beat fusion roller, thatʼs breaking the line between 90ʼs New York Hip Hop and
2012 Dresden Underground House Music. While the 7 minutes playtime Scherbe slowly sucks us in his world of dope-injected, hiphop-flavoured soundpatterns, gracefully paired with a spoonful of his upfront and tricky-rumbling production skills.
Labelmate and “shining star” Glenn Astro returns to the Dancefloor with a full scale Glenn Astro. Surprisingly different from the original but nevertheless grooving like hell, again proving his capability as creator of delightful and well balanced compositions with an extra spice of glittering deephouse extravaganza.
On the final track label-boss Peter Clamat is sending out his “groove-armada”. By using exclusively the sounds of the orginal Scherbe version, he takes Scherbeʼs basic ideas to another plateau by strippinʼ things to the bone while joyfully adding his very own rotten-basement shuffle to the recipe, lifting you up on a flight over the morning hour dancefloor!
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