Jonas Woehl “Into You”

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Artists: Jonas Woehl, Fabian Reichelt
Title: Into You
Label: Poesie Musik / Get Physical
Remixers: Piemont, Konstantin Sibold
Cat. #: POM007
Format: Vinyl, Digital
Release Dates:
July 29th 2013 (Vinyl Release),
August 23rd 2013 (Beatport Release),
September 20th 2013 (iTunes Release)
Tracklist:
1. Into You feat. Fabian Reichelt (Radio Edit)
2. Into You feat. Fabian Reichelt (Original Mix)
3. Into You feat. Fabian Reichelt (Konstantin Sibold Disco Mix)
4. Into You feat. Fabian Reichelt (Konstantin Sibold Years Ago Remix)
5. Into You feat. Fabian Reichelt (Dub Mix)
6. Falling Leaves (Original Mix)
7. Falling Leaves (Piemont Remix)

Jonas Woehl debuts on Get Physical Music / Poesie Musik with a spectacular new EP, ‚Into You‘, featuring Fabian Reichelt, and with remixes from Konstantin Sibold and Piemont.

Featuring vocalist Fabian Reichelt, ‘Into You’ is a synth chords driven, groove-laden killer. From the opening notes to the last hi-hat the track overflows with a kind of subtle emotional energy. Fabian vocals work over the track and give it a voice, perfectly suited to the dirty bassline and crunchy percussion.

The first of Konstantin Sibold’s two remixes is a disco-infused, vocoder-driven, funk-vibe track, aptly titled as his ‘Disco Mix’. Konstantin utilizes an analogue feel to achieve a retro vibe backed by a massive bassline and a heavy production.

Konstantin Sibold who is another very promising german newschool producer delivers a second ‘Years Ago’ Remix, and this time he takes a totally different direction. With crisp percussion at the forefront, and rhythmic synth to back it all up, the track creates a wonderful raw loop driven energy.

The second original track of the EP, ‘Falling Leaves’, uses an acid-inspired bassline with very deep chords on an almost classic techhouse backing to create a great melancholic vibe.

Piemont creates a relaxed and open vibe with the remix of ‘Falling Leaves’. A rhythm heavy number with an organic feel, this is not a heavy club banger, but, more of an open-air classic in the making.

 

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