Really excited to share this tune. It’s good like the Friday night vibes of your favorite dance floor. Bouncy and sharp with funky ass synths this track keeps the dance alive. And that vocal sample? James Brown’s CNN interview on Sonya Live! 1988 is the comedic gold of the 80’s. David Keno and Dalson chop it up craftily layering it into their beat. Keno is a German producer with his own label Keno Records. His tunes are also on Relief, Toolroom, Simma Black, Mother Recordings, and Data Transmission. All powerhouse labels behind the House music movement. Dalson are a duo also hailing from the house and techno loving land of Germany. Their album Plastic Forest is an attention-grabbing listen. I’d actually love to hear Dalson at Basscoast Electronic Music and Art Festival, I think their tunes would blend in seamlessly with Basscoasts dance floor culture. Gipsydrop at Slay Bay? Yes please.
David Keno’s remix of Lars Mostons Good Times was posted on Highkicks earlier this year, a great deep house track with a gnarly beat and a sexy vocal. Keno is a music producer with something original to offer regularly and Dynamite proves he’s always a satisfying listen. If you know whats good for ya, press play on both tunes.