Published at 10/04 2019

Felipe Fella - That Body EP

Felipe Fella - That Body EP

06 05 2019


Electronica, Tech House

Jaw Dropping Records

Jaw Dropping Records is still in its baby shoes. Only a few months old, the label has been a huge success already. Numerous releases were featured in popular playlists on streaming platforms like Spotify and the feedback from DJs worldwidey couldn’t be better. The first few EPs were – due to winter time when we launched Jaw Dropping – rather gloomy and melancholic. That’s about to change.
With “That Body” EP by Felipe Fella, Jaw Dropping Records catapults itself directly into the forefront of summer vibes and groovy house tunes. The Brazilian DJ and producer sent us two bumpy hi-hat and clap driven tracks. “That Body (Original Mix)” lives off a simple bassline, a chirping melody and very few vocal samples – minimal house music at its best.
Same concept, stronger kick: “The Move (Original Mix)” works similarly to “That Body” with rocket-like synth elements providing the track with the little extra, making it ready for summer raves across the globe.
For the remixes, we asked Polish DJ and producer LetKolben and Elec Brown from Southern Germany to work on “That Body”. We’ve been following both artists for a long time and were sure that their unique styles would give the EP some edge. LetKolben, whose recent “The Voyager” track on famous Bar25 Music was super successful, turned “That Body” into a dreamy deep house track. Elec Brown focused on the melody, gave it more space and made it the driving force that spirals into distortion in the tracks enormous break that ends in heavy drop with a bassline pushing down on you.
Get in the summer vibe and dance to Felipe Fella!

SUPPORT FROM: Damian Duda, Martin Kremser, Moe Danger, einzig&artig, marco carola ,, Salah Sadeq, Stiv Hey, Markantonio, Rabo, Pablo Prado, Sascha Cawa, Ednner Soares, Dole & Kom, Jean-Jerome, Dr.Best (Radio Z 95.8 Nuernberg), Denny S (Zwischenmiete), Warmfm, Mapusa Mapusa / Johnson, deepsouthaudio Simon , frankye lova, Markus Wesen, Riva Starr, ANKE, DJ RIM-K, Rachel Raw (Jaw Dropping Records), Antonio Grassia, Leigh Weatherell, michael, Chris Robin, Mariano Mellino, Jay-x, Francesco mon, Dylan Deck, Patrick Ebert, mike ivy, Arian 911, Daryl, BULTECH, Manchini, Richie Hawtin, Dilee D, danilo d'andrea, cf, Stas Drive, xxx, Stefano Lotti, Martin Boettcher, ANIMAL PICNIC, Mix Feed Radio Show, Timmy, Paco Osuna, Anderson Noise, Cheets / Rob, Global Dance Session, emill de moreu, Milos Pesovic, Maksim Dark & Diatonik, Eric Passin, Michael, Hypnotised, Sergio Matina, Kenny Ground, GRAHAM GOLD, Radio Globo, M.F.S: Observatory, someone else, Ewan Rill, Werner Niedermeier...

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