Panthera Krause

It‘s A Business Doing Pleasure With You (Rebolledos / Theo Kottis / Shubostar / Fango / Peter Invasion & Gregor Habicht Remixes)

Riotvan

RVN019-3

Panthera Krause

It‘s A Business Doing Pleasure With You (Rebolledos / Theo Kottis / Shubostar / Fango / Peter Invasion & Gregor Habicht Remixes)

Riotvan

RVN019-3

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ARTIST
Panthera Krause
TITLE
It‘s A Business Doing Pleasure With You (Rebolledos / Theo Kottis / Shubostar / Fango / Peter Invasion & Gregor Habicht Remixes)
LABEL
Riotvan
CAT NO.
RVN019-3
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
  • 26/02/2021 [INITIAL RELEASE]
TERRITORY
UK & USA only
GENRE
Deep House House
FEATURING
Fango Gregor Habicht Panthera Krause Peter Invasion Rebolledos Shubostar Theo Kottis
ASSETS

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A1. Road to Arcadia (Rebolledo's Orange 911 Detour)
  2. A2. Birthday Club (Theo Kottis Remix)
  3. B1. J'ai Envie De Toi (Shubostar Remix)
  4. B2. Redo Rdid (Fango Remix)
  5. B3. Sledge Hammer (Peter Invasion & Gregor Habicht Remix)

SALES NOTES

Panthera Krause's latest and divinely titled album "It's a Business Doing Pleasure With You" is now a year old, but nonetheless still blissfully resonating. It is Mr. Krause's most accomplished and versatile work yet. So versatile actually, you'd have to be hella versatile yourself to remix that material. But the Riotvan headquarter still managed to gather a bunch of people with good prospects to live up to the job. And so they did. Find here an utmost pleasure providing remix package courtesy of: Rebolledo directing the arpeggio bliss of "Road To Arcadia" into even more club apt territories. Theo Kottis turning everybody's favorite "Birthday Club" into a more detailed and pad-saturated affair. Shubostar speeding up the rather downbeat Franko-Funk of "J'ai Envie De Toi" to a bassline-driven groove monster. Fango taking in all the atmospheric quirkiness of "Redo Rdid" and processing it into an odd, yet charming floor-heater. And finally Peter Invasion & Gregor Habicht finding a deeper and more bass dominated interpretation of "Sledge Hammer".

Published: 8th February 2021

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