Two inimitable departures from Carl Craig originals, first released on the Planet E imprint in 1994 and 2001.
Variations derived from Karajan’s original multitracking — brilliant and sleek, gripping and true to the dancefloor, with some of Carl and Moritz’ signature thrills and spills.
Besides Basic Channel and Maurizio, in 1994 Mark and Moritz set up Main Street, for song-oriented, vocal house. This first single whips an Isleys b-line, and features Londoner Andy Cunningham, and a Chez n’ Trent.
Andy ‘Caine’ Cunningham’s favourite singer was Al Green.
Honest Jon’s presents Mark Ernestus from Rhythm And Sound spinning 45s alongside DJ Pete from Substance and Scion Versions, with a live set from Sleeparchive. SOLD OUT.
Re-mastered now by Moritz because the original lacquers — cut so spectacularly by Ron at National Sound in Detroit — are worn out.