[BBS 1002] Mr Raoul K - Mystic Things Feat. Lopazz (1/03/10)

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[BBS 1002] Mr Raoul K - Mystic Things Feat. Lopazz (1/03/10)

Post by Baobab » Thu Jan 28, 2010 12:32 pm

artist: Mr Raoul K
title: Mystic Things
label: Baobab Secret
format: Vinyl 12" / Digital
cat.no.: BBS 1002
release date: Vinyl: 1st February 2010 / Digital: 1st March 2010


A1: Mystic Things Feat. Lopazz
A2: No Food No Groove

Listen to Mystic Things Feat. Lopazz on our player: http://www.myspace.com/baobabsecret

Available on Monday 1st February in your favorite record shop. Digital will be available one month later on 1st March.

Lopazz: “I feel honoured and blessed to be part on a Raoul K record ! Thank you very much !”
DJ Sneak: no food no groove is my favorite track from this release. very out there!”
Ame: " like " Mystic things "!"
Brothers Vibe: Cool and airy - nice one!”
Philip Sherburne: heavy, heavy groove on "mystic things," trippy and relentless. "no food no groove" makes for a nice contrast as well. feeling it.
Nick Höppner: "Mystic Things, aptly titled! Love it, will play it!"
D'Julz: "no food no groove is beautiful"
Timo Maas: "mystic things sounds intense!. no food no groove sounds crazy but cool"
Jennifer Cardini: "like the lopazz featuring !"
Dj Deep: "no food no groove is the one for me!"
Chloe: 'no food no groove' has a nice atmosphere
Karotte: "mystic things is great. and no food no groove is wicked. full support."
Patrick Zigon: "Awesome hypnotic stuff!!"
Anthony Collins: "really cool stuff"
JC Freaks: "Heavy. Full support!"
Tolga Fidan: "super nice"
Mark Henning: "cool ep!"
DJ W!LD: "Cool EP will play"

Promo text:
Sometimes a loop is more than a loop. Patterns that appear repetitive aren’t that repetitive if you take a close listen. Adding Lopazz’s voice to this epic track is the ingredient that injects that next level of energy, the mystic touch, the ‘it’. That voice seems to dance with and around the music. And with every twist, the listener is drawn deeper into Mr Raoul K’s world build of warm bass and cautious beats. A place in which someone would easily get lost if there wasn’t the voice to lead him throughout the long journey… On the flipside, Mr Raoul K is doing it in that kind of loop based production style on his own. This time, before you will even know it, he gets you with that cute melody. While you’re still smiling (remember: cute) he sloooooowly blends track after track after track into this sweet ripply ditch of a track; one that, almost unnoticed, has grown into a roaring stream of music that puts everything within reach into rhythmic motion.

Mr Raoul K on myspace: http://www.myspace.com/mrraoulk
Mr Raoul K on soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/mr-raoul-k
Mr Raoul K on Twitter: http://twitter.com/MrRaoulK

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Post by sonofradiator » Thu Feb 18, 2010 8:45 pm

Cooooool - this sounds like another great release from Raoul K. Was a huge fan of Le Cercle Peul after I heard it on a Moodymann mix :)
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