GRINSER - COLORS EP - JUNION

the junion debut (and second release overall) from grinser's solo project. • atmospheric deep house, a departure from his well known work in dakar & grinser and grom. • follows his 10+ years of musical experience, including releases and remixes for labels disko b, ladomat 2000, alphahouse, bpitch, wall of sound, and gigolo. • past dj support from butane, 2 many djs, electric indigo, dj clé, mike vamp, marcus vector and jay haze. michelle grinser's name will be instantly familiar to many for his work as one half of electronic thrash kings dakar & grinser, whose tracks were a massive presence in the dance scene for years. in the year 2000 he moved to berlin and soon found himself a resident dj at the 103club and the world famous ostgut. after various projects in the mid 00s, grinser has recently launched a solo career, abandoning years of complicated artist names to simply work as "grinser". he already has a release under his belt on alphahouse, so now is the perfect time for michelle to bring this exciting three track ep to junion. a: pink: if you're fearing a cover of the aerosmith song here then we can put your fears at rest. instead michelle brings a deep and funky early morning bomb. the melodies are baggy and a little loose in this lopsided groover that has the mark of panoramabar all over it. this one will light the floor at the start of a night or relight it in that part of the night where people start to look like jagged shards of glass. this is deep house music at its best! b1: lime: useful in the fight against scurvy many years ago, limes are no longer a part of daily life, at least not in europe. on this dark and raw piece of house, grinser takes things deeper than on the a side as rhythm wins out over melody in this bass heavy jacking workout. melodic snippets creep in to the track towards the end, breaking the clouds momentarily. once again, you know this record could not come from anywhere but berlin. b2: petrol [blue]: finally, michelle brings back the melodies for an atmospheric piece with the trademark wobbling funk that you come to expect from junion. twinkling keys are layered over a dubby bassline to make another chiasmic and wistful afterhours track.

Michelle Grinser's name will be instantly familiar to many for his work as one half of electronic thrash kings Dakar & Grinser, whose tracks were a massive presence in the dance scene for years. In the year 2000 he moved to Berlin and soon found himself a resident DJ at the 103club and the world famous Ostgut. After various projects in the mid 00s, Grinser has recently launched a solo career, abandoning years of complicated artist names to simply work as "Grinser". He already has a release under his belt on Alphahouse, so now is the perfect time for Michelle to bring this exciting three track EP to Junion.

A: Pink: If you're fearing a cover of the Aerosmith song here then we can put your fears at rest. Instead Michelle brings a deep and funky early morning bomb. The melodies are baggy and a little loose in this lopsided groover that has the mark of Panoramabar all over it. This one will light the floor at the start of a night or relight it in that part of the night where people start to look like jagged shards of glass. This is deep house music at its best!

B1: Lime: Useful in the fight against scurvy many years ago, limes are no longer a part of daily life, at least not in Europe. On this dark and raw piece of house, Grinser takes things deeper than on the A side as rhythm wins out over melody in this bass heavy jacking workout. Melodic snippets creep in to the track towards the end, breaking the clouds momentarily. Once again, you know this record could not come from anywhere but Berlin.

B2: Petrol [Blue]: Finally, Michelle brings back the melodies for an atmospheric piece with the trademark wobbling funk that you come to expect from Junion. Twinkling keys are layered over a dubby bassline to make another chiasmic and wistful afterhours track.[/img]