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After the first three heavyweight techno EPs, Kasper Marott is taking Seilscheibenpfeiler on a trip to the housy spheres of dance music.
There’s no doubt that on this EP there is this one track that wont leave your head: „Keflavik“ is an 8 minutes journey perfected for its use on sweaty, vibrant house floors during peak time sets.
However, producing disco-hits is in no way the limit for the young producer from Copenhagen. As shown on the B side with „Megatu“ and „Microworld“, he is mastering more than one style: Both tracks being nothing less than high-end percussion works, completed with just the right amount of floating synth and bass lines.
Clearly efforts will be made to have him show his darker side for an additional EP on SSPB …