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Bucher & Kessidis
Plastic City

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Next strike of Plastic City in early 2010 is the new single of Bucher & Kessidis. With their fresh style between Chicaco House, Disco, Funk and Detroit Techno they convinced The Timewriter to make a remix of his 'Night Over Sundyberg' (appeared on the Resensed Part 2 compilation) and the track 'La Onda' appeared on the 'Plastic City Radio Show Part 2' mixed and compiled by Gorge. The two digital releases 'Time' and 'The Dark Night EP' on Play.Plastic City convinced with emotional deepness and a wide colourful sound so that The Timewriter remixed their track 'The Space In Between'. Now we have the first vinyl release on Plastic City with two strong remixes from SIS and Daniel Sinco.

A: Fate (Original) The original version of 'Fate' is a rhythmically strong and very groovy monster of a house track. Fluffy percussions and beats are building a strong base for the bright and heavenly chords flanked by soulful vocals and vocal snippets. With 'Fate' Bucher & Kessidis, who started working together in early 2006 and had releases on labels like Raum...Musik, Separé and Dessous so far, show their ability to create deep and funky tech house tunes for the prime time.

B1: Fate (SIS Remix) Berlin based achiever SIS made a very deep interpretation of 'Fate'. Creating a bigger room with less intense percussions like the original uses, the chords sound more synthetic and less organic. SIS, whose tracks 'Nesrib' (Cecille Records), 'Uhhhh' (Cocolino) and 'Trompeta' (Sei es drum) became hits in the tech house scene, gives the original a dark, mystic and chilly colour that makes it more techy.

B2: Fate (Daniel Sinco Remix) Daniel Sinco, whose 'Young Gun EP' on Separé thrilled the De:Bug and whose tracks 'Sunday Night' and 'She Looks' appeared on the compilations 'Addicted To House Vol 3 + 4', throws his deep setting into a very straight beat construction. The sequences of melody the original establishes are reduced to a monotonic pulse. This gives Sinco the opportunity to play with them. So he forms numerous shapes of sound with them and his interpretation in motion the hole time.

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A: Fate
B1: Fate (SIS Remix)
B2: Fate (Daniel Sinco Remix)

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