DN59 Matthias Springer - A Time of Sorrows and Devaststion
Matthias Springer - A Time of Sorrows and Devastation
"A Time of Sorrows and Devastation" is Matthias Springer's musical interpretation of many current conditions, somewhere between destruction, abandonment and hope. In his tracks he wonderfully takes up this omnipresent mood and gives them the necessary depth and melancholy. Wonderful pads merge with arpeggios to form little melodies that gently blend into the sound collages of his tracks.It is, as we think, a very personal release that allows a lot of space for reflection…
Cover: Matthias Springer, Denny Suski
Genre: Electronica, Ambient
DN58 Laplaceausoleil - Côte D'Azur
Laplaceausoleil – Côte D'Azur
Featuring: Dieter Krause, Matthias Springer, Frank Hellmond Little comeback on dreiton. For more than 10 years Dieter Krause and Frank Hellmond haven't released anything as "Laplaceausoleil“ to give more space to their own productions. Now they are back on dreiton together with Matthias Springer and two epic tracks. Carried by a 4/4 bass drum, gentle atmospheric sounds of guitars, synthesizer and effects swing through the tracks. Further percussive elements skillfully nestle into the sound collages and result in a great sound that works not only on the sofa but also on the dancefloor! Cote a Azur (Original) Cote a Azur (Matthias Springer Lofi Remix) Master by DPR-Audio Cover by Denny Suski
DN57 Elpierro - Sumeria Remixes
Elpierro – Sumeria Remixes
After Elpierro´s successful debut release "Sumeria" on Dreiton we are now back with the "Sumeria Remixes" directly from the hands of Matthias Springer, Thomas Stieler, Telly Quin and labelhead´s Denny Suski and Frank Hellmond. The results are just great and versatile interpretations placed between minimal, dub and techhouse. Have fun listening …
DN56 Telly Quin - My Funny Side Up
Telly Quin - My Funny Side Up
Analog, reduced, and raw, that's how Telly Quin's Detroit-influenced house sound could briefly be described. The liveliness of his sounds are impressive. Recorded in the moments when they were created in the live takes. Everything is real and lives of what happens. Elpierro’s and Frank Hellmond’s remixes take up these moods and complement them unmistakably with a unique sound cosmos. Have fun listening.
DN55 Denny Suski - Organic Path
Denny Suki - Organic Path
With his second EP Denny Suski is back on „dreiton“.
His tracks are reduced to essential elements, skillfully deep arranged and groovy.
A great symbiosis of beats, driving baselines, modular parts and wide pad sounds.
Minimal House in a very unique interpretation.
Have fun listening….
DN54 Matthias Springer - Timeconverter EP
Matthias Springer - Timeconverter EP
After his debut EP Egomaniac Remixes and his follow-ups "Panama Stories"
and "Fields of Nowhere" Matthias Springer releases his fourth EP on dreiton.
In our opinion, hardly any other artist manages to develop a symbiosis
between dancefloor and home sofa with reduced tracks like Mr. Springer.
House-inspired beats, deep basslines and rushing pads merge into beautiful
sound textures. Spiced with a little melancholy and dub. Very fitting for
the coming season. Have fun listening.
DN53 Elpjerro - Sumeria EP
Elpierro - Sumeria EP
With Elpierro we welcome one more newcomer on dreiton.
Elpierro has been active on different labels like MODEM:39, Circle of Us or Nice&Nasty for some years. His tracks have an old-school character, that remind you of classic house and deephouse tracks of the 90s. Raw grooving beats meet a foundation of small subtle melodies, carried by warm pads and driving basses. Tracks to enjoy in a club but also in your living room at home!
DN52 Nvelope - Jumping Clouds
Nvelope – Jumping Clouds
Nvelope tracks can hardly be classified in one musical style. Sometimes he is in the depths of dub techno
and then again he reveals soulful deephouse tracks. His second release on dreiton stands for his reduced
way of producing music and bringing in musical influences like Detroit house. The release is complemented
by three remixes by Matthias Springer, Denny Suski and Frank Hellmond who interpret Nvelope's tracks with
very different styles of electronic music.
Have fun listening....
Cover: Denny Suski
DN51 Christoph Schindling - Island Hopper
Christoph Schindling - Island Hopper
After a few years of absence, we are happy about Christoph Schindling's third release on dreiton.
His tracks are always a special journey through the "sound cosmos“. Dubby rhythms meet subtle and detail-rich melodies.
And precisely these beautiful melodic fragments with their melancholic approach may be discovered. But this doesn't just happen by the way, it requires the full attention of the listener.
While discovering this great EP we wish you a good journey in the "sound cosmos" of Christoph Schindling.
Master: DPR - Audio
Cover: Denny Suski
DN50.2 DREITON - 50 (Part 2)
Various Artists - Part 2
In the second part of our 50th edition, we enrich you with tracks that develop their basic mood between Dub, Detroit and House.
The sounds radiate a minimalistic, rough character, sometimes more gentle and sometimes more technoid.
We are very proud to have great artists like Timo Maas, Narcotic 303, Matthias Springer, Martin Bausch, Denny Suski, Krause.D, Einklang freier Frequenzen, Vasques&Hellmond and Mike Plate on this compilation.
Mastering by Deeptakt Mixdown & Mastering
Cover by Denny Suski
DN50.1 DREITON - 50 (Part 1)
Various Artists – Part1
Fourteen years after the release of the first EP on dreiton, we are looking forward to the 50th release with a compilation consisting of two parts.The first Part of great artists like youANDme, Alessandro Crimi, Tom Cabrinha, Lars Leonhard, Nvelope&Madlyne, Simon Spe, Ikosaeder, and the Idealist should not only reflect our musical background up to now,but also show our curiosity to rediscover electronic music and beyond that not to commit ourselves to one style of music. Varieties from Dub Techno and Deephouse to Detroit Techno create a diversified compilation with soundscapes and kicks in peaceful coexistence. Interspaces that want to be understood and in the end simply music that gets us in the mood for what's coming...
Mastering by Matthias Springer/dpraudio
Cover by Denny Suski