The Composer
Artists :
Format :
Track List:
A | 1 - The Composer
Produced 2011 | Produced by Martin Landsky
B | 2 - The Composer (Sasse Remix)
Produced 2011 | Produced by Martin Landsky Sasse
D | 3 - The Composer (Dub) - Beatport exclusive
Produced 2011 | Produced by Martin Landsky

The Composer by Martin Landsky

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Release date
20/01/2012

Martin Landsky's outstanding form continues with his latest release on Poker Flat Recordings- his first outing on Steve Bug's label since his stunning contribution to the 'Jack is Back EP' earlier this year. With over 10 years of association with the label, Landsky is a Poker Flat mainstay - and with this release, it's not hard to see why.

'The Composer' is an atmospheric tech-house work out that kicks off with a tight and funky groove, and then expands into an off-kilter dancefloor bomb, with nagging synth lines weaving their way through the taut, finely- tuned production.

On the flip, Moodmusic main-man Sasse adds a dubbier take on the track, pushing the drums up in the mix and teasing out the acidic riffs to full effect. Expertly building the tension, the track resolves itself in an epic breakdown.

This release is also available as digital version including ''The Composer (Dub)' as a digital exclusive track.

 

DJ Feedback:
Solomun (Diynamic):
 Dear Mr Landsky. That's the way I know and love your music. Full support. 
Alland Byallo (Liebe*Detail):
 Big stuff! Martin always brings the classic material. I'm still playing Crude Clay on the regular. Really love this whole release. 
Marco Resmann (Upon You):
 The Sasse Mix and the Dub version for me. Cheers. 
Audiofly (Supernature):
 Ullalllaaaaaaa! What a BOMB!!!!!! 
Joel Mull (Truesoul):
 Two Legendary guys doing what the do best!  
Press Feedback:
baze.djunkiii / nitestylez.de
 Just released today via Poker Flat Recordings as their cat.no. 125 is Martin Landsky's highly addictive tune "The Composer" which is built around a darkish vocal sample saying "The Composer Is Dead", a sweet, techy and ever modulating hook and a seductive bassline which - especially talking the epic mid-tune break here - is surely able to set any dancefloor on fire within seconds if it's filled with true House music headz. Finnish producer Sasse is on remix duties when it comes to the flipside, transferring the tune into a more minimalistic area, keeping the House vibe alive but adding a cold, futuristic feel, a gnarly, acidic bassline and some desparate 'troity synth arrangements to his rework, making the break sound quite tense and frightening. Is this technoid HorrorHouse? No matter what, we do like.