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The year could not be complete without having a new release from the man behind the hat - KÖLSCH. He returns to Speicher following a phenomenal year of touring that took his DJing from the top of the Eifel Tower to the main stage of Tomorrowland. For "Speicher 106", he takes an unexpected turn with "Emoticon", weaving metallic percussion and woody found sounds into an irresistible off kilter rhythm (think Powder or Don't DJ), then letting loose with a buzzing and bruising bassline. The result is an unconventionally unique groove odyssey with a sublime cinematic breakdown for the sophisticated dancers out there. On the flip,"Little Death" is anything but tragic or small. A choir chant explodes atop an enchanting minimal house beat which elevates over time to an almighty apex that we have learned to love and rely on from KÖLSCH.
B. Little Death