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Posted : Aug 1, 2006 18:05
Label: Hadshot Haheizar
Artist: Martin H
Title: Things All Right
Cat. No.12": HADSH070
Release Date: August
LC no: 12596
File under: Progressive/Tech-house
Distribution: www.sixtone.com/ Worldwide
In a relatively short amount of time, Martin H has managed to climb into the upper echelon of northern-European producers. His tough tribal sound has made waves in multiple electronic music circles as a sure-fire way to bring a peak-hour dancefloor to maximum energy. With over 8 years of experience in producing underground dance music, Martin's talents are constantly in demand, having released successful singles on top labels such as Mutekki, Electribe, ACDC, Invent, Q-Records, and many others. His productions have received across-the-board support from a widely diverse range of major movers behind the decks, including John Digweed, Oliver Klein, Lexicon Avenue, Anthony Pappa, Saeed & Palash, D:Fuse, Marco V, Adam Sheridan, Paul Oakenfold, and too many others to mention. In the last year, he has seen huge success with his constantly-played hits "Liftin'" (ACDC), "Anja" (Mutekki) and "It Ain't Easy" , "club game" (Invent). Never one to waste any time, Martin has also seen success with 2 collaborative projects - Perfect Sense (with multiple releases on leading Spanish label Stereo Productions) and Spinn:33. With this kind of momentum behind him, there is no doubt that Martin H is a name one can't ignore.
With "Things All Right (Original Mix)", Martin H has surely turned out what will be one of the huge tunes of the summer. "Things All Right" is steered by a massive kick, so hefty it is barely-legal for club use, and an overdriven low-end that is sure to give the bassbins a serious workout. Perhaps Martin's strongest work to date, this is guaranteed to shatter the dancefloor when it demands the most destructive grooves.
"Things All Right (Dub)" is a more laid-back interpretation of the original. The dirty dubby feel is enhanced by a rumbling garage-esque bassline, upon which the muted vocal sample hovers. The shakin' groove is perfect to keep heads bobbing and feet moving when you are looking for something with a low-down jackin' house flavor.
A) Things Allright (Original mix)
B) Things Allright (Dub)
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