Samba Feelin Beein This

A 3 track broken beat album (11m 46s) — released October 15th 2012 on Affine

Vienna based musician Sixtus Preiss comes correct with his very own take on Jazz for the clubs. While "Samba Feeling Beein This" unfolds as a psyched up arrangement of harmonic progression and rhythmic variation, "Kation" is a thunderous primetime statement designed for the floors. Cid Rim delivers a luxurious rework for "Samba Feelin Beein This", driven by rumbling live-go-sampled drum patterns and lush layers of synth. Lightworks.

Where you guys get those producers - they always sound different, Sixtus Preiss Samba track is ridiculous!!! - Lefto Brownswood Recordings

Feeling this release, gonna give one of em a spin on rinse tomorrow. - Brackles Planet Mu / Rinse FM

WHAAAAAAAAT ???? SO FCKIN RIDICULOUS that EP !!!!! - Simbad Brownswood Recordings

Liking Kation, dangerous!! - Om Unit Civil Music / All City

I really love this new EP. - Fulgeance Musique Large

This a MASSIVE breath of fresh air. Incredible music!! - Nick Luscombe Flomotion Radio

Really digging Samba Feeling Bein This - will play it on my radio show. Nice to hear some new stuff from Affine - Red Rack'em Bergerac

Wow, i have to say that - Harper Polskie Radio 4

These kats are lighting future jazz dansfloor sweaters out there in Vienna - Okmalumkoolkat Dirty Paraffin

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