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Vinyllabel A/B-Side

Artist: Joel Mull
Title: Stepping
Format: 1x12"
Released: 09/2006
Cat.ID: HH MA 007-6
Produced by: Joel Mull
Release by Harthouse Mannheim / Daredo. 

Tracklist Vinyl
# Trackname Playtime


A1 Stepping x Play
B1 Sleepless x Play
-- Harthouse Releaseinformation:
Joel Mull – 31 years young, endlessly talented, and one of the most versatile techno producers and DJs Sweden has to offer. With over 25 years experience making music – he started to play the piano when he was six – Joel was converted to electronic music in the early Nineties. Being taught how to mix and lay down tracks in his lunch break – by no-one else but soon-to-be-famous DJ and producer Adam Beyer through whom he would also get to know Peter Benisch and Jesper Dahlbäck he’d form the now legendary Globe Studio with – was the starting point of an outstanding international career. With a huge output on an enormous range of labels, such as Inside, Primevil, Music Man, Turbo, and Kanzleramt, amongst others, Joel propelled himself at the forefront of things. His newest outing which fits perfectly into the profile of the renowned Frankfurt imprint Harthouse consists of two diametrical deep tech tracks that stand out of the crowd: The heavier and darker A side delivers the power to set off into a long night full of surprises, while the flip's spaced-out deep-tech grooves should get the crowd into a higher state of consciousness with its tricky arrangements.
A: „Stepping“ Clicky beats and a gnarling bass serve as an opener for this deep, techy groove monster whose true virtues are the fascinating soundscapes which grow out of a perfectly suited mainfloor beast that captures with frizzy basses and heavily delayed effects.
B: “Sleeping” A happy melody slowly emerges like a rising sun, shining through a layer of echoed filters that covers up the relaxed but relentlessly foggy groove that takes the listener on a journey while weirdly squeaking noises drift into the foreground and engage the mind while the body dances away on bouncing basses