For the release of their new EP ‘Take Me Out’’ (out now on the Exlove label) we are delighted to present a Takeover Mix from the formidable trio ‘Rework‘.

This is a calm House mix we made on a sunny Monday evening in our studio after a nice weekend of djing and festival live sets with our projects Sceti and Sugartin. We used a CDJ and a Technics 1210 for the mix.

Track List:

00:00 – L.U.P.O – Heaven and Hell
04:40 – Varna – Vibes (Mr. G Remix)
11:36 – DJ Bone – Cultural Variance
15:34 – Sushitec – Deeper
19:02 – Mr. T.C. – Hebrew House
23:40 – Aril Brikha – Aqua
28:41 – Random Noise Generation – Random Funk
32:50 – Jackmat – Transmat
36:50 – Big Brother / Eric Spire – SP-18
41:48 – Maurizio – Mø5
45:10 – Rework – This One

REWORK – Take Me Out EP

Rework serve up a superb new EP taken from their forthcoming ‘Real Love’ full length on Exlove Records. The label’s musical universe includes indie, electro, synthpop, post-punk and more from Rework side projects such as Pola Woman, Sceti, Sugartin and She Lies.

Rework are Michael Kuebler, Daniel Varga and Elmar Mellert who often work alongside a series of vocalists. They have put out modern club classics on Frankfurt-based institution Playhouse and make what they say is “new wave house” combined with icy minimal structures and catchy euro-girl vocals. More music has come on My Favorite Robot, Items & Things and Visionquest and their upcoming album is another musical adventure hinted at here.

The dazzling ‘Take Me Out’ is a languid, low-slung and sleazy disco cut. The bass guitar is fat, the twitchy synths bring a cosmic feel and the steamy vocal is utterly seductive. As the loops build, arpeggios appear to bring further light and energy and lock the dance floor in for a pleasurable ride. ‘Boring’ then picks up the vibe with a cheeky, funk-elected groove and some sensuous female vocals that entice you to the dance floor. ‘Real Love’ is another track steeped in libidinous synths and vocals, with grinding French touch drums, shooting cosmic chords and hip swinging claps designed for maximum dance floor effect. ‘Stardust’ closes with crystalline synths and a downtempo rhythm that sinks you into a cosmic reverie full of love.

This is a great teaser for the adventurous house and disco full length to come.


01 Take Me Out
02 Boring
03 Real Love
04 Stardust

OUT NOW: Music | Rework (bandcamp.com)

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