Better talkDavid K & Varoslav
Including two remixes from James What and Seuil
Rue De Plaisance 4 · Ref: R2P004 · March 2012 · 12 inch
BUY ON: Decks . Juno . Beatport . What People Play
Having lead us into the depths of his and Opium's trippy minds on "Somewhere In My Head," David K now residing in Berlin, returns to his native land to team up once more with best friend, label boss Varoslav, on what is set to be the fledgling imprint's fourth release to date.
Coming off the back of the warm and inviting tones of Nico Lahs’s "Never Ending Space", Varoslav and David decide to take the label deeper into the club, further into the darkness, where the temperature rises and the walls perspire. Lit by a single strobe and rolling with the subs, the boys deliver their crazy vocal and twist our minds with their Juno 106 acid lead line. "We wanted something simple, ruff and alive." says Varoslav. We've certainly got that!
The smooth tones of UK producer and Poker Flat artist James What lead us back toward the light as his remix grooves along on a wave of heated bass and atmospheric strings and synths. Teasing us with its flashes of steel, it’s another great mix to lose yourself in.
French producer Seuil closes the show with a rework that brings together the feelings and vibe of the previous mixes, whilst creating a beautifully impressive and fresh cinematic piece.
300 limited copies will be delivered with a two sided artist
poster for the first ones
A1. Better talk Original· 7:00
A2. Better talk James What remix · 7:12
B . Better talk Seuil remix · 8:10
Tobi Neumann: "Better Talk is soooooo PHAAAT!!!"
Lee Curtiss: "This is a super solid ep!! Loving the Seuil remix! Will play!"
Diesel (X-Press 2): "Love the original from Varoslav & David K. Right up my street!! Big support!"
D'Julz: "The original mix is my fave from the package but Seuil did a great job as well. Full support for this release guys!"
Steve Bug: "Mr James what delivers a great remix… yet again!!"
Joris Voorn: "Now that remix from James What is VERY nice!! Playing!"
Franck Roger: “Full support for this release !! I will play for sure."
Chaim: "The original is simply excellent guys!! LOVE IT!!"
Anja Schneider: "Really interesting Seuil Mix on this release. But great original too. Will play!"
Ryan Crosson: "The Seuil remix is a real standout for me. Good work.”
Le Loup: "Super release from a super label! Seuil remix is my pick of the bunch with a really cool atmosphere, i will support for sure..."
Dj Hell: "James What makes this track solid gold!!"
Anthony Collins: "Seuil Remix is super super good!! Will play it for sure."
Nick Curly: "Wow!! Now this a is a wicked release guys!!! Big support from me!"
Oleg Poliakov: “Really nice release !! SUPPORT”
Daniel Bortz: "Nice oldschool vibe on this release... I like the James What rmx. Will try it it. thx."
Ewan Pearson: "Like the squionky acid of the original track here! Will test it out and see how she goes down."
Ali (Tiefschwarz): "I love Better Talk so much!! Great record!!"
Satoshi Tomiie: "James What Remix is for me, soooo raw and soooooo cool."
Craig Morrison (Silicone Soul): "Cool release, love the juno action... strong original track, will play!"
Chris Carrier: "Good original track from Varoslav and David, love the remixes too!!"
Mosca: "Maybe a bit playful for me but will definitely try the original out!"
Tsugi Magazine France: "Better Talk original for me."
Soundwall.it: "Seuil Remix sounds really nice."
Resident Advisor: "Downloaded for RA review."
De:Bug Magazine Germany: "Considering for review."
Victor (Dj Magazine Spain): "Great three tracks, all different and wicked! Thanks."
Scan Mode (Dj Magazine Spain): "Seuil drops an amazing remix!!"
Faze Magazine Germany: "James What Remix is great!!"
Marcus Barnes (The Independent/Ibiza Voice): "Not so keen on the original but What and Seuil came with nice mixes."
Diversions (CHRY 105.5FM Toronto, Canada): "Nice ones ! really feelin' the mellow laidback vibes of the SEUIL remix."
Steve Parry (Juice FM UK): "Original is serious! loving james what remix, nice slant to the vibe."
Karlos Sense (Ibiza Sonica): "James What Remix for me.. support for sure. Thanks."
Ibiza-voice.com: "To be reviewed."