Mossdeb Sounds is back and for this first of the year, the boss of the Bubba Brothers label comes with 2 purely groovy tracks that show as always his love for tribal and Latin sounds, a perfect party sound for any set of the genre.
This time the release comes with a remix by the minimalist and deep underground artist Eddy Romero, who has released on labels such as Deeperfect, Little Helpers, Lucidflow, King Street Sounds or Expmental Records itself, a veteran artist known for songs like «Clubbing People «. . . or «Vindication» to name a few and that has triumphed on the Beatport charts or with its more than 20 vinyl editions.
The song I want, which is the one that Romero remixed, is an elegant song that in both versions goes with that voice and that text that keeps you in the groove, the Spanish artist remixed it in his own way, taking it to another planet for a world with a deeper minimalist style maintaining its hallmark, a cinematographic journey.
To close the release we have Frenetic, a track that transports us to Mexico and we feel that festive side typical of cities turned into track clubs.
Each producer summarizes their intentions in this compilation, looking for novelty without losing nostalgia, who plays with the genre but without falling into predictable tricks, nor in the arrogance of those who castle themselves in a genre or mannerism to show that they have personality. Paradoxically, to achieve simplicity and lucidity requires experience and the ability to know how to free oneself from the limitations of conditioning, and this first compilation is a healthy example of this. For this very reason, the best of the compilation is not so much what it contains, but what it promises: having made the necessary balance, it is known that what has to come from Mossdeb in the future will be even better.