Out since November 10th, 2k16 is Sascha Müller's newest five track EP entitled "At The Sunset" on which the Meppen-based artist explores the more House-related side of his production work. With the opening tune "From Paris To Detroit" we're served a quite muscular, pumping tune sporting a raw, probably a little too present bassline and soft piano pads for extended terrace sessions, "Get The Man" gets down with the oldskool and rides a percussive, well-seductive Garage House wave we've all loved when popularized by labels like Nervous Records in 90s whilst the "Sunset Dance" brings back lovely filter works and a feeling of overwhelming joy and ecstacy for all die-hard House music lovers. Next up is a bit of "Jazzy Fuzz", a well pumping tune sporting a yearning, echoing trumpet line as main motif whilst the final cut "Low End" provides excellent, jazzy drum programming and deep layers of masterly crafted strings for all those who like to go deep without slowing down bpm-wise. Good stuff.
Review by nitestylez.de