Roman Flügel: I very much like the original along with Santiago’s “Grind” mix and will play both.
Silent Servant: Both S2 mixes are nice. Solid release overall. A bit more on the house tip than I might play regularly but good start.
Tama Sumo: Congrats on your first release and thanks for sharing it with me. The S2 sucio remix is soooo wicked — it’s my total favourite. Like its weirdness and funkyness a lot, great sounds and tons of fun. The dancefloors nowadays need more of that — thanks a lot for this one!!!
Chicago Skyway: One thing I really love about Hakim Murphy’s music is how schizophrenic it can be. He’ll play a synth here and then all of a sudden it’ll morph into a piano or pad with a completely different feeling to it. It hurts so good, I need therapy after listening to this original version. Santiago’s Grind Mix mellows it out for something I would play in the beginning of a set or a late night set. A calm after Hakim’s musical storm. I also love the Sucio mix. Full support from me. Great release guys. Congratulations on your first release.
DJ Qu: Nice Release. Really diggin that S2 Sucio rmx.
Dave Huismans (2562/A Made Up Sound): I thought it was solid but didn’t quite grab me initially. Listening again it’s growing on me, though, I really like the original. The second S2 remix has that old school Shake-alike sampling/filtering sound-aesthetic I totally dig but I find myself waiting for a driving sub line to really get me going. May be the nature of the beast
Conforce: That second S2 mix is the pick for me.
Gerd (4Lux): It’s a deep EP. I like the S2 sucio remix best
Christopher Rau: I really dig the remixes. Great work from Santiago… booom. Would love to play it on vinyl.
Stefan Goldmann: I like Santiago’s second mix.
Brendon Moeller: A solid first release. Digging all versions.
Jordan Czamanski (Juju & Jordash): Really feeling the S2 Grind remix, moody!
Matthew Styles: This is a cool one, the original for me is most suitable!
Oskar Offermann: I like the original. It’s a great dark tool! Good for afterhours and stuff.
Lerato Khati (Uzuri): Congrats on the label and big up to Hakim and Santi for the great record! Full support from all of us at Uzuri.
Finn Johannsen (Macro): Slightly demented pianos always make my day. Very fine start
Inbum Cho (Avondale Music Society): Hakim’s original is a spacey, bass heavy head trip. I get this sense that the various elements of the track are conversing with each other in an alien language. Catchy percussions with new/old school vibe. The Grind remix has a very nice Italo feel. Good sounds all around. Can’t wait to get the vinyl release for my collection.
Nitzan Edit (Fine Art Recordings): Great release Steve — good luck with the new label.
M50: Digging the release, thanks. I’ve already featured Hakim’s original on the radio.