- Emanuel Satie
- Crosstown Rebels
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- Deep House
- ALL ARTISTS
- Emanuel Satie
Following on from his debut release for Crosstown Rebels in 2018, Emanuel Satie is welcomed back to the revered label to present Rivers feat. MAMA, another display of his gifted musical skill, set for release this February.
“Rivers is inspired by a short vocal sketch the singer MAMA sent me some time ago. The lyrics are dedicated to her father and deal with loss and isolation. I was so touched by the raw emotion and the love that is flowing through these vocals, that I had to make a track out of it. We are very happy to bring this personal and special track into the world.” Emanuel Satie
Rivers feat. MAMA opens with a spirited bassline, delicate percussion is added before MAMA’s outstanding vocal cuts through, touching the soul as the mystical chant of melody slowly burns. Tokyo ASMR sees the listener transported to the colour and ambience of the city, it features Japanese inspired strings, flutes and samples that lock around a minimal beat inducing a state of meditation and tranquillity.
Frankfurt-born, Berlin-based producer Emanuel Satie has built up a distinguished reputation with his original productions and remixes. Bursting onto the scene with hits on DFTD, Get Physical and Gruuv, coupled with high-profile remixes. Emanuel’s unrelenting momentum has taken him to release further singles on Saved Records, Moon Harbour and Knee Deep in Sound, leading him to be named Best Producer at the DJ Awards, an acclaim previously won by Maceo Plex and Solomun. His music has been played by DJs across genres and previously charted in the top five most Shazamed tracks in Ibiza, whilst Pete Tong made single Don’t Forget To Go Home featuring Billy Cobham his Miami Music Week Essential New Tune. Following this Emanuel then collaborated with Pete Tong, dropped his successful Body Language compilation on Get Physical and was welcomed into the Crosstown Rebels fold to release his debut EP on Damian Lazarus’ label.
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Published: February 7, 2020