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Saturday, Apr 09 2016 | 08:05
Image: 1603493 The key single from Seth Troxler's DJ-Kicks is finally available standalone and accompanied by a remix from Pins Thomas Diskomiks.

A1: De Natte Cel (Original Mix)
A2: De Natte Cel (Prins Thomas Diskomiks)

‘De Natte Cel’ was originally aired within luminary Seth Troxler’s contribution to the DJ Kicks series back in October 2015 - an offering that ‘haemorrhages delicacy and elegance’ according to Crack Magazine.
Said to be inspired by the closing ceremony of Trouw - the track takes its title from the building’s origins as a printing house with ‘De Natte Cel’ translating as ‘Wet Cell’ - a room within which employees would wash ink from themselves post work.
Opening up with flanged pin drops and a buoyant thud, the track gathers with it allaying synth chords and a soft, bubbling bass line as it rolls on. Mangled signals and brisk hat shuffles pepper the top end as vocals bleed in and out of focus generating a rich with a chilly atmosphere. Norse producer and Full Pupp owner Prins Thomas then blows some warm Balearic air into the package as his reworking churns and gathers tension throughout.
‘There is a feeling of uncertainty and tension on our album. It’s a weird time to be young, you’ve got so many options but you’re being fed everything. It’s quite a melancholic record’ explains Harry. ‘But we find melancholy music quite uplifting’ finishes Robbie.

Seth Troxler, Tom Trago, Prins Thomas,
The Martinez Brothers, DJ Koze, Session
Victim, Derrick Carter, Tale of Us

WEB LINKS Available from 29.04.2016
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