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Cinthie joins the Heist family with an EP full of lush, epic house music with 3 originals and a St. David remix.Cinthie is the kind of artist who seems to be everywhere all at once. In the past years, we've seen her compile a lush DJ Kicks compilation, release numerous EP's on labels such as Aus music, run one of Berlin's finest record stores (Elevate Records), tour the world fiercely, and create an all-new live show. Her EP for Heist has been in the works for a long, long time and it's an absolute pleasure to finally present the 'Music for Discotheques' EP. Spoiler alert: It's a no holds-back, 'all killers, no fillers' record. Just the way we like it. In classic Cinthie fashion, this EP has the Berlin-based artist explore various sides of house music, starting with the vocal cut 'Won't u take me'. Lush pads, shuffling snares and a dreamy female vocal work together to bring a warm and classy house track with a clear nod to 90's US house, but with it's feet firmly rooted in the present. Piano heaven takes you on an Italo-meets-deep house excursion straight into... Drum roll... : Piano heaven. A driving 909 groove and a deceptively simple bass form the foundation of the track, but it's the keys (and strings) that bring this track to it's full peak-time potential. The energy in this track is of the 'hands-in-the-air / screaming-out-loud' type and it has already become one of the biggest tracks in Cinthie's live-show. On the flip, Cinthie explores the pacier electronic side of the dance spectrum, with the footwork inspired jam 'Masterplan'. Think classic 808's, loopy synths and a cheeky spoken word piece that lifts the song to a level where it's extremely danceable and quite simply put; really fun.The final track of the EP is the expertly crafted remix by Italian house maestro St. David; an artist Cinthie has always been a big fan of. He's made a dazzling rework of 'Piano Heaven': A deep and driving deep house version that's layered in sweeps, fx and bleeps for an altogether mesmerizing effect. We're thrilled that we can share Cinthie's music on the label and have her join the family after having played so many shows together and having spoken about doing something together for such a long time. As always, play it loud and dance, dance, dance!Tracklisting:A1. Won't U Take MeA2. Piano HeavenB1. MasterplanB2. Piano Heaven (St. David Remix)
Cinthie joins the Heist family with an EP full of lush, epic house music with 3 originals and a St. David remix.Cinthie is the kind of artist who seems to be everywhere all at once. In the past years, we've seen her compile a lush DJ Kicks compilation, release numerous EP's on labels such as Aus music, run one of Berlin's finest record stores (Elevate Records), tour the world fiercely, and create an all-new live show. Her EP for Heist has been in the works for a long, long time and it's an absolute pleasure to finally present the 'Music for Discotheques' EP. Spoiler alert: It's a no holds-back, 'all killers, no fillers' record. Just the way we like it. In classic Cinthie fashion, this EP has the Berlin-based artist explore various sides of house music, starting with the vocal cut 'Won't u take me'. Lush pads, shuffling snares and a dreamy female vocal work together to bring a warm and classy house track with a clear nod to 90's US house, but with it's feet firmly rooted in the present. Piano heaven takes you on an Italo-meets-deep house excursion straight into... Drum roll... : Piano heaven. A driving 909 groove and a deceptively simple bass form the foundation of the track, but it's the keys (and strings) that bring this track to it's full peak-time potential. The energy in this track is of the 'hands-in-the-air / screaming-out-loud' type and it has already become one of the biggest tracks in Cinthie's live-show. On the flip, Cinthie explores the pacier electronic side of the dance spectrum, with the footwork inspired jam 'Masterplan'. Think classic 808's, loopy synths and a cheeky spoken word piece that lifts the song to a level where it's extremely danceable and quite simply put; really fun.The final track of the EP is the expertly crafted remix by Italian house maestro St. David; an artist Cinthie has always been a big fan of. He's made a dazzling rework of 'Piano Heaven': A deep and driving deep house version that's layered in sweeps, fx and bleeps for an altogether mesmerizing effect. We're thrilled that we can share Cinthie's music on the label and have her join the family after having played so many shows together and having spoken about doing something together for such a long time. As always, play it loud and dance, dance, dance!Tracklisting:A1. Won't U Take MeA2. Piano HeavenB1. MasterplanB2. Piano Heaven (St. David Remix)
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Artist: Cinthie
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Cinthie joins the Heist family with an EP full of lush, epic house music with 3 originals and a St. David remix.Cinthie is the kind of artist who seems to be everywhere all at once. In the past years, we've seen her compile a lush DJ Kicks compilation, release numerous EP's on labels such as Aus music, run one of Berlin's finest record stores (Elevate Records), tour the world fiercely, and create an all-new live show. Her EP for Heist has been in the works for a long, long time and it's an absolute pleasure to finally present the 'Music for Discotheques' EP. Spoiler alert: It's a no holds-back, 'all killers, no fillers' record. Just the way we like it. In classic Cinthie fashion, this EP has the Berlin-based artist explore various sides of house music, starting with the vocal cut 'Won't u take me'. Lush pads, shuffling snares and a dreamy female vocal work together to bring a warm and classy house track with a clear nod to 90's US house, but with it's feet firmly rooted in the present. Piano heaven takes you on an Italo-meets-deep house excursion straight into... Drum roll... : Piano heaven. A driving 909 groove and a deceptively simple bass form the foundation of the track, but it's the keys (and strings) that bring this track to it's full peak-time potential. The energy in this track is of the 'hands-in-the-air / screaming-out-loud' type and it has already become one of the biggest tracks in Cinthie's live-show. On the flip, Cinthie explores the pacier electronic side of the dance spectrum, with the footwork inspired jam 'Masterplan'. Think classic 808's, loopy synths and a cheeky spoken word piece that lifts the song to a level where it's extremely danceable and quite simply put; really fun.The final track of the EP is the expertly crafted remix by Italian house maestro St. David; an artist Cinthie has always been a big fan of. He's made a dazzling rework of 'Piano Heaven': A deep and driving deep house version that's layered in sweeps, fx and bleeps for an altogether mesmerizing effect. We're thrilled that we can share Cinthie's music on the label and have her join the family after having played so many shows together and having spoken about doing something together for such a long time. As always, play it loud and dance, dance, dance!Tracklisting:A1. Won't U Take MeA2. Piano HeavenB1. MasterplanB2. Piano Heaven (St. David Remix)
        
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