Absolut genialer Song von den stets und ständig überzeugenden Schweizern von den Round Table Knights, welche hier im Feature mit Ogris Debris einen absoluten Sahnetrack raushauen plus nem schicken Video.
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Full album out february 28th 2011
Video by: Foederation
The bearded crusaders have scaled some truly great heights in the last year. When 2010 saw their first EP for Made to Play ‚Calypso‘ get signed on the spot by label boss Jesse Rose and become one of the catchiest label outputs to date, we knew to expect more than just elevated quality and boundary pushing house music. Never delivering an output that could be considered ‚typical‘, their chivalrous kudos as remixers was also duly noted with projects on Gomma and Defected, thus turning some serious heads. Not to forget of course, their mas- sive remix of Tensnake’s ‚Coma Cat‘ which went on to become Pete Tong’s ‚Essential New Tune‘.
Their forthcoming debut artist album ‚Say What?!‘ on Made To Play reflects just this, ranging from pop, electro, disco, dub, jazz, garage, swing… all united under the feeling that is house. As the 12th century ‚Round Table‘ theory suggests, each that sits at it, does so in equal measures.
For the album and album sampler’s title track ‚Say What?!“ Ogris Debris’s introspective vocal talents are drafted in, two (as Poker Flat label don Steve Bug puts it) ‚crazy‘ guys from Austria, who are already one step ahead of the game with release on labels such as: Compost Black Label, Rotary Cocktail and Estrela.
The Ogris Debris boys jump in again on remix duties delivering a absolutely massive version for the club.
Completing this tantalising preview to the album is ‚Cat Power‘, a sub level groover interlaced with a soulfully intoxicating vocal that, unsurprisingly, already has some serious support with the big names on the underground.
With ‚Say What?!‘ the boys have created one of the freshest and most fun hybrids of 2011, with a free mind and the skills to back it up. Upcoming projects also include a remix of Jesse Rose’s ‚Non-Stop‘ on Made to Play and remixes for Gomma, Modular and Loungin‘ Recordings.