Insider Tip and DJ Longplayer Martin Broszeit was born in Hamburg in 1972. He started spinning at the age of 17, mainly focusing on HipHop and HipHouse back then. Now he is into Deep & Mellow Tech House & Techno.
In 2001, he formed “Smart System” together with his production mate Chopstick (now a days Label owner of Soul and Producer of Fritz Kalkbrenner). One of their tunes found its place on Tiesto’s “Nyana” compilation. Two more tunes were signed by Germany’s House veteran Oliver Moldan.
Now on the Jarla label comes Martin Broszeit meets Dan Friskko “Stand Up!” an exciting combination of original house and pop music. With deep beats and spheric harmonies “Stand up!” creates a unique soundscape, whilst Dan Friskkos distinctive voice adds up to the duo ́s first single. This hymn is guaranteed to be heard in the 2013 festival summer. Hamburg-based Martin Broszeit and Dan Friskko display their enormous creative potential with this EP.
I can’t deny being impressed by the tracks on this Ep. I’m extremely purist when it comes to most dance music but Martin Broszeit managed to wow me. The 6 versions of “Stand Up!” are layered with deep fat synth sounds and funky beats, guaranteed to get house heads on the dance floor non-stop. The track is served up in various mixes: “Original Mix”, “MB Club Mix”, “Karadena Mix”, “Original Instrumental”, “MB Instrumental” and “Airplay Edit”.
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Many contemporary, electronic music artists, have a specific type of listener they try and target. This is not the case with Martin Broszeit. He takes musicality and rhythmic precision very seriously. He creates an amazing listening experience, providing the listener with blissful, smooth grooves that will bring you to a higher state when it comes to music appreciation. In fact “Stand Up!” is not only musically sound and very technical, but also induces urges within you to get up and dance.
Dan Frisskos’ vocals on the track, easily proves itself capable of transporting you to a calm, soulful, and glamorous realm of what singing over Deep House should be. It is clear from the recordings that both Dan and Martin work together perfectly here. The duo have a great formula: Broszeit concocts some serious soul-searching beats, which is complimented by Frisskos’ sweet and elegant vocals.
There is a great sense of melody and groove here, at varying tempos that run from 113BPM to 118BPM. “Stand Up!” is utterly infectious, beat driven, but never tends toward hollow noisy banging, while the basslines are not too heavy handed, sitting tight under the drumbeat; simmering and steaming with the groove all the way through.
If you’re looking for some electronic music that’s a little more substantive than what’s being crammed down our throats regularly at the club, then you will be very pleasantly surprised by Martin Broszeit meets Dan Friskko “Stand Up!”.
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