Supported by: Loco Dice, Gregor Tresher, 2000 And One, Anthony Collins, Ralf Kollmann, Nic Fanciulli, Ana, Super Flu, Slam, Federico Molinari, Paco Osuna, Lauhaus, Julien Chaptal, Livio & Roby, Shlomi Aber, Luna City Express, Timo Maas, Nick Curly, Monika Kruse, Kabale Und Liebe, Martin Eyerer
Gregor Tresher (Break New Soil)
All killers, no fillers! Will play a lot!
Anthony Collins (Curle)
Very nice tracks.
Ralf Kollmann (Mobilee)
The long awaited follow up. Nice one.
Loving this, thanks.
Livio & Roby (Desolat)
Killler release. we will play thanks!
Karotte (Break New Soil)
I like Anything and It's Not The Time. Good EP from the boys.
Nick Curly (Cecille)
Monika Kruse (Terminal M)
Kabale Und Liebe (Soweso)
Dope groovers here.
Martin Eyerer (Kling Klong)
All 4 tracks are perfect for the new season 2012! I will play them in my radioshow.
Luca Bacchetti (Ovum)
It's Not The Time by Marco is dope! New Life is another bomb for big floors.
Arado & Marco Faraone
2012 Moon Harbour Rec. / LC-11565
Last year, with their first Moon Harbour release, the "Strange Neighbors EP", Arado and Marco Faraone proved that they know how to produce club hits. The title track represents a milestone in the careers of both deejays; and their calendars have become significantly fuller.
For their new "Goodfellas EP" -- which is the first release of a new digital-only series on Moon Harbour -- each artist contributed two solo tracks. "Anything" and "New Life" are Arado's very first solo productions. This time, after several collaborations, he decided to record on his own in the studio. The result: two irresistible groove tools that roll over the dance floor with unstoppable energy.
Marco Faraone has already produced several solo recordings. His two tracks on the EP are also clearly committed to the groove. "It's Not The Time" was one of the highlights in Matthias Tanzmann's sets last summer -- similar to "Strange Neighbors" the year before last. Like in many other tracks by these two artists, the focus is on the beats. The suspense develops through the arrangements. The last track, "Orange Again", therefore seems slightly restrained but grabs the listener with a nonchalantly knocked off groove.