Berlin-based Electro/Pop duo Yeah But No announce the release of "Demons Remixes", a series of three accompanying remix EPs to their sophomore album "Demons".
Carefully curated again, "Demons Remixes I" features two marvelous works by Mollono.Bass and Andreas Henneberg.
As a founding member of the legendary quartet Kombinat100, MOLLONO.BASS is a well known face within the scene since quite some time. In 2006 the signature style of Mollono.Bass, often referred to as ‘Acker Sound' became an actual institution: His label Acker Records is an independent platform for playful experiments on the field of electronic dance music. Being a part of the 3000° artist collective Mollono.Bass is also one of the driving forces behind the music label with the same name, the 3000° Festival and the party series ‘Wanderzirkus’.
His take on Yeah But No's recent single "Run Run Run" transfers the original material into a groovy and driving minimal Deep House track, creating a warm harmonic and emotional soundscape.
ANDREAS HENNEBERG is one of the most productive people in electronic music scene. Having started his musical journey back in the 90s, he is a producer, label owner, mastering-engineer and DJ, with releases on labels like Voltage Musique, Get Physical, Herzblut, SNOE, Heinz Music, and many more.
Henneberg turns Yeah But No's rather airy and laid-back "I Still Keep Love For You" into a compelling Techno track: driving, functional, uncompromisingly straight forward.
supported by 4 fans who also own “Demons Remixes I”
This album reaches deeply into the listener to speak about the composer's cancer experience. All the instrumentation and recording is well done, but I particularly enjoyed the viola solos. Jonathan Waldo