You will find in this category each week, a review on a top vinyl which is breaking the news. All styles are on the “menu” of this category: minimal, house, electro, techno or even trance in some cases.
The topic will be supplemented by other albums following the latest electronic music news.
“Music and love are the most important things in my life, and this message I want to spread through my songs. Love not only to people but to all kind of beings and things.” – Daso. The Popcorn Records machine released at the end of February its fifth outing, with his German and romantic friend Daso “All my people EP”. Being one of the most talented producer in the recent electronic music circus, Daso released on labels such as Connaisseur, Flash Records, Spectral Sound and more. His tracks are played by many prominent DJs and can be found on countless compilations.
The head title here, “All my people” gathers a collection of generous and warm house sounds sprinkled with techno sonorities. This emotional track abruptly and unexpectedly changes into a truly Techno hymn. As a gift and exclusively in digital version, Daso offers us an alternate house version of “All my people”.
In “Dan Lyke” the second original of this opus, Daso seduces us with his ever so particular “Pop approach”. A fast and warm rock’n roll bass, techno drops and wide ping-pong vocals are distilled for an admirable result.
“So Sexy” clearly reveals Daso’s potential producing amazing Deep House. Through bass guitar, piano, voices and drums mixed in a perfect harmony, Daso offers here one of his best B face of a vinyl. Flash Recordings pillar Martin Patiño, whose Italian background has in no way overpowered his intense passion for exploring his Peruvian roots, concludes this release with an hovering and lyrical version.
What we can say about this EP: simple note, very impactful, that will make us dance every time we will hear one of these tracks. Along with Daso, Popcorn Records wish you a happy, healthy and lovely year 2012.