Tim Engelhardt (Poker Unqualified, Cityfox) shares a prurient, groovy and sparkling understanding of How Does It Judge, while Ukrainian Stas Push (Sudbeat, Crosstown Rebels) transforms the line with big, brave synths culminating in undefined pads. KatrinKas emotive, enticing and melodic grooves are a inc fit for Gandeys haunting vocals. The EP is completed by a set of forceful Editions by Chapter 24 artists Sezer Uysal and Stas Prod, with brand tiro and up-and-coming lead Tim Engelhardt also making a big indentation. For our latest co in look like, Russian-born, classically-trained artist KatrinKa returns to her house epithet Chapter 24 in collaboration with the British business, DJ, cantor & multi-instrumentalist Thomas Gandey. Sezer Uysal (Suara, Enchiridion) applies a cosmic and driving apply to The Unsung One, while emphasising the Eastern musicality of the authentic. The Horrible One is a bewitching cleave to up to 2015s Loveliness, a party of murky languid rhythms and outlandish scales. Meanwhile, How Does It Sense takes things to deeper, more techno-influenced dancefloors. With music of this strength, The Inexpressible One shall not tarry unrevealed for want and marks KatrinKas conquering bring back.
Thomas Gandey, KatrinKa - The Nameless One (Original Mix)
Thomas Gandey, KatrinKa - The Nameless One (Sezer Uysal Edition)
Thomas Gandey, KatrinKa - How Does It Feel (Original Mix)
Thomas Gandey, KatrinKa - How Does It Feel (Tim Engelhardt Edition)
Thomas Gandey, KatrinKa - How Does It Feel (Stas Drive Edition)download