Kindred Spirits (GER) "North & South America"
After their debut on Audio Safari with “Antarctica” and the resulting positive feedback, the Munich based DJ and producer duo is now devoted to warmer and even tropical backgrounds. What turned “Antarctica” glitteringly cold and frosty solid, comes along now groovy and spirited.
Beginning with “South America”, the journey starts with the fast-paced oldschool beats and Latin-American brass instrumentalities in the original mix and becomes a deep and hypnotic number in the Genji Yoshida remix. Arriving in “North America”, it goes back to a more harsh, rugged and raw way - almost Goa-Trance-inspired. In return for the forthcoming remix of Kindred Spirits for the new EP by Heinrich & Heine, they both offer a technoid remix to “North America”.
Gradually the Kindred Spirits conquer one continent after another. Musically world order? This has nothing to do with megalomania, but is much more a means to an end in order to carry their own vision of electronic music out into the world.
Biography Audio Safari
5 years after the start of the label 040 Recordings Ralf Picka founded another project in 2012, which has now also turned into a well-established label for high quality electronic music. While the big brother provides rather static Tech-House, Minimal and Techno, Audio Safari demonstrates that driving Tech-House and groovy Deephouse are as popular as ever.
Even with Audio Safari it is proven that the label boss from Hamburg has the right feeling for a good selection of music and its artists. Not only big names of the scene such as Pierre Deutschmann or Sofa Tunes release their current tracks here, but also newcomers like Kevin Over or Lars Moston. As long as the quality is just right and the tracks are dancefloor fillers, Audio Safari will be a partner to all artists.
This can also be proven by the release of the compilation series "It's Not Just Music, It's Lifestyle", that feeds all music lovers in the digital world with new stuff. But the tracks of the Audio Safari artist are also released on vinyl and CD. For what sounds good, feels good, too. Not just the melody in the ear, or the bass in the chest - no, good music must also be able to be kept in the hands and thus indulge the passion for collecting music.