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Jannowitz Records’ label boss Lars aka BOHO is busy this year. Never in the world would he have thought that after an amazing 2018, the pace he had been going could actually accelerate. But 2019 is already a huge success.
Gigs in many parts of the world and more than huge releases are in the pipeline at the legendary Octopus & Yoshitoshi Recordings. On top of that: constant charting with Jannowitz releases!
This is why BOHO thought now would be the perfect time to release a banger EP he had been working on for several months. As always, BOHO sat down with some friends and produced three peak time hits – just in time for festival season.
Number 1 is beloved Heerhorst who has many releases in his catalogue on prestigious labels such as Octopus, Tronic or Stil vor Talent. He impressed the whole crew at the JAW headquarter with his sound and qualified immediately for working on the main track ‘Pinkfinger’ – a powerful techno track with distorted synths pushing down on you. And there’s something to look forward to: You will be hearing more from Heerhorst who joins the family as main artist.
BOHO and Xenia Beliyeva’s collaboration ‘Violet’ is something for the groovy dancefloor shaker. Its monotonous vocals sung by the Russian electro goddess fit perfectly to BOHO’s bumpy techno side. Because is not only a stellar DJ, but also a great singer. Give it a listen!
Another Jannowitz Records favourite rounds off the three original tracks: Vazik is back. The Mexican power producer has done a lot for the success of our label – and we’re more than thankful for that. He finds his way back to the label with a straightforward techno belter ‘Human’: “You are human. You will die. I will not”. – These super dark robotic vocals will spiral through your head and lead you to a powerful drop that won’t be easily forgotten.
Russia, Mexico, Germany – as always a very colourful mix of superstars. But beware of the Italian powerhouse Christian Bonori who joined in to the party and made his very own version of BOHO Heerhorst’s ‘Pinkfinger’. Just as with Mr. Heerhorst himself, you will be hearing more from Christian Bonori as well. If you haven’t checked out his work: do it. We’re convinced!