Artist: Stelios Vassiloudis & Nils Nuernberg
Title: Everybody’s Robot
Label: Tenampa Recordings
Remixers: Marco Resmann Remix
Cat Num: TENA081
Release date: 09/07/2018
There’s a thing to be curious about when Stelios Vassiloudis’s well-known musicality teams up with one of Germany’s fine producer’s Nils Nuernberg for a short and sweet release on Mexico based Tenampa label, out for everyone’s consumption next month.
I get hooked on immediately with the original cut, with the depth of the interiors whooshing around my ears for eternity and it’s largely due to the bass line that is sublime, along-side a cinematic overture that encases you lovingly, a synth that’s both hard to catch in any one place yet you pin one or two tiny parts down for your own self, down to the iridescent tempo and curvatures that are soft, moody yet gives you enough to hold on to, to make this a great number for the floor. Perhaps the collaboration says goodbye to any much progression but then when the track is this good, one doesn’t mind just cuddling with this oozingly good offering.
The B-side furnishes us with Berlin based Marco Resmann’s sci-fi Remix, which is a crisper, and cleaner work. Wonky in parts and much more purposeful and truer to the genre at hand, it grabs your heart with its daringly good prime time feel all over it. There’s dark squelches, big great jarring, clutters and sputters of electronics all working itself towards an anthemic style break-down, which goes on enough for us to just want to dive in to the back half of the track. Rarely does a bass line such as this waver in intent or in sound, a compellingly consistent watchword for the sort of electronic music that puts hair on the chest of its male fans and God knows what for its female followers. It’s the sort of Techno that means something. Bravo!!