Miłosny, synth-popowy house od rezydenta Cocktail d'Amore. Tytułowy numer to naprawdę coś, śpiewajmy: „I hope you don't die doing drugs tonight...”. Tak to w tym Berlinie bywa
Pagan Rites group member DJ City (real name Johan Norling) recently returned to action with his first new material for almost two years. Here he continues his welcome revival with a decidedly loved-up two-tracker on Public Possession (his second 12" for the German imprint). A-side "A&F" is particularly delicious, sitting somewhere between the saucer-eyed, piano-sporting Balearic house of sometime label-mate Telephones, the colourful lusciousness of turn-of-the-90s Italian dream house and a German take on mid-80s Italo-disco. He continues on a similar - albeit notably deeper - vein on flipside title track "Important Message", adding his own deadpan vocals ("I hope you don't die taking drugs tonight") to a warm and tactile backing track that fixes bubbly nu-disco synths and proto-house flourishes to vintage Larry Heard beats and chords.