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“The Finger EP” – Kapuchon & Benny Rodrigues (Spinclub) [SINGLE] February 24, 2009

Posted by rocketsciencemedia in Press Releases.
TITLE: The Finger EP / ARTIST: Kapuchon & Benny Rodrigues / LABEL: Spinclub / RELEASE DATE: TBC 2009 / CAT NO: SCR004

1. The Finger
2. The Other Finger

It might seem ironic that one of the most chilled out and relaxed techno tracks in history comes from Rotterdam, best known for its harder sound. It took one veteran and one talented rookie from the city to make this happen: and the results are as delightful as they are surprising!

A few years ago, two like-minded souls met in the clubs of Rotterdam. Benny Rodrigues (the veteran) and Kapuchon (the rookie). They knew right away that they had some collective work to do. “The Finger EP” is one of the remarkable results of this co-operation.

Right from the start you can feel these guys have something to say. There is a certain elegance in the choice of the beat sounds, which makes “The Finger” exceptional and pleasant from the start. For a whole minute the beat just runs with a latent promise of something big about to happen. Then the first dubby synthesizer sounds appear with plenty of delay, spread out and expanding. Every single one of them develops with clarity, substance and depth and every effect has a destination. Sometimes the track seems to end, just to start again in the most stripped down and enjoyable way.

When Chris Liebing first heard “The Finger”, he signed it for Spinclub Recordings before the track was actually over. Since then he has played it all over the world and tested it wherever he went. With its brilliant combination of techno and dub it has proven to be a reliable dance floor filler. The additional track “The Other Finger” is an independent and notable alternative with a house vibe and spoken vocals.

If you would like some more information or you want to preview or review this release and would like to receive a promo copy, please contact lou@rocketsciencemedia.com or glenn@rocketsciencemedia.com



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