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BSMH [Z@P’s Sonic Re-Interpretation]

BSMH [Z@P’s Sonic Re-Interpretation]
BSMH [Z@P’s Sonic Re-Interpretation]BSMH [Z@P’s Sonic Re-Interpretation]








1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Aug 21, 2023



SAIS005.5 is a unique one-sided 10” EP featuring a remix by Uruguayan producer Z@p.

SAIS005.5 — a companion piece to the PMA EP by B-2DEP’T released on SAISEI earlier this year — is a unique one-sided 10” EP featuring a remix by Uruguayan producer Z@p. The Phonoteque resident reworks ‘BSMH’ with a classic 80s electro beat and bassline, funking up the groove for all the breakdancers in the crowd. The original vocodered lyrics — “Body/Sonic/Mental/Health” — resonate today as much as they did back in 1993, acting as a mantra for a new rave generation.

Available in a month

Aug 21, 2023

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BSMH [Z@P’s Sonic Re-Interpretation]

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The tracks on this record were originally produced in 1993 and 1994 by Julius Weiland. Before becoming a visual artist he released house and ambient tracks under the name „Julius“ and other aliases. Deeply influenced by early Chicago House and Detroit Techno he developed his own style and sound. This is his second release on No Acting Vibes and it‘s bringing back some of his sought after tracks on vinyl again. (All tracks produced by Julius Weiland, Basic Paradise“ coproduced by Tom Gawlik“.)
Jorge Caiado and Paul Cut return for another round after their 2020 collaboration on Caiado’s. Time & Space LP. Those familiar with the two will know the order of the day: immaculately produced and deeply-felt house music that marries a studio master’s subtlety with a live musician’s flair. Each of these tracks bursts with the essence of soulful house and its jazz forebears, traversing moods that are by turns wistful, playful and go-getting. Cut’s solos on the keys — which recently graced Larry Heard’s latest LP — provide the loose counterpoint to Caiado’s tight production. Inner Balance softly strikes again.