Mikki Funk / Peer Du ‎– The Berlondine Connection EP

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Deep Down Slam ‎– DDSR007
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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A1 Mikki Funk Take You There (Do You Remember?)
Producer, Mixed By – Mikki Funk
6:04
A2 Peer Du Feat. Marty Altmann So Close
Featuring, Vocals – Marty AltmannProducer, Mixed By – Peer Du
6:54
B1 Peer Du Feat. Marty Altmann So Close (Mikki Funk Remix)
Producer, Mixed By – Mikki FunkRemix – Mikki Funk
7:06
B2 Mikki Funk Master Groove
Producer, Mixed By – Mikki Funk
7:13

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  • Mastered ByJA*

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Manufactured in France

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): DDSR 007 A JA MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): DDSR 007 B MPO

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WePlayWax

WePlayWax

June 1, 2014
MIkki Funk opens 'The Berlondine Connection' to quickly 'Take You There' starting of with an enchanted tropical summer day where a beat moves slowly a pair of congas that seem to trail under a clear sky of atmospheric keys, warm synths, and glistening melodies that grow and build into a full fledged epic beach sunset anthem reminiscent of those early house grooves ! Up next Peer Du comes 'So Close' to our souls and delivers his solid aforementioned debut, soulful deep warmer where between the layers of sure kicks, dark basslines, strobed keys and glistening synths, the very distinct vocals of Marty Altman gives us the love and hope to find "the holy grail that we are looking for".

Side B starts with dance driven take on Peer Du's earlier breath of air by none other than Mikki Funk who garages it up a bit, retaining the original vocals of 'So Close' and infusing it with a hefty dose of funky beats, wobbly rhodes and slapping percussions, getting it ready to also move your soles, besides your souls. Just as closing the circle, Mikki Funk has the honour of closing this round piece of wax with a 'Master Groove', a trip back in time to the first age of the 808 where machines made the music and the soul made the groove, that feeling that's been missing for way too long when "the music felt so good" you could just let it "take control".