We're more than thrilled to present DAMH, a new project from two familiar faces straight out of the ever-burgeoning neo-romantic dance underground – ADA & DAVID HASERT teamed up here for two blissed-out pop-infused pieces. Together with winning remixes by Hamburg mastermind DJ KOZE and purveyor of fine looping MATT KARMIL, this is exactly the kind of emotionally invested club music we live and breathe.
DAMH - "dog ate my homework" - this could lead the unsuspecting listener up the garden path - as these cuts sound nothing like the sonic debris remaining after a household-centric accident involving overzealous pets. BLACK NIGHT - an affectionate ballad that nonetheless knows how to maintain its floor momentum.
HANSI's prominent opening vocal harks back to Lawrence's "Teaser", a true classic from Kompakt's earlier back catalogue, but traces its own magic way thanks to its expertly executed strings and piano-arrangement. DJ KOZE backs up the package with his remix of BLACK NIGHT, where we see the iconic producer shifting gears for a subtly bouncing downbeat gem - followed by MATT KARMIL's finely filtered, hypnotic house revamp that once more proves this upcoming artist to be a major force in the growing field of philanthropic psychedelics.