Ninetoes – Escape (Jesse Rose & Playmode Remix) [Preview]
Back in 2013, Berlin’s Ninetoes sent the global dance community ablaze with tropical house set-staple “Finder.” It made for a sizeable debut single over at Kling Klong, setting the bar seemingly high for second coming “Escape.” Much like its predecessor, the track comes with sizeable remix duties to flaunt, but Jesse Rose and Playmode take the biscuit where pre-digital release hype is concerned. If you aren’t familiar with Rose’s legacy, the Made To Play veteran has consistently balanced solid production values with out-of-the-box house manoeuvres. Alongside Aussie peer and label mate, the track builds slowly with solid percussive stamina. But at the the command of ‘bass,’ “Escape” is transformed into an intense yet groovy journey into the upper echelon of underground house music, furthering Kling Klong’s knack for matching upper-hand originals with exceptional re-imaginings. As it stands, you’ll need to dust off at least one of those MK2s to physically own a copy of this sacred cut before the crowd. Digital apostle, fear not – a Beatport release is on the cards, but this is a remix well worth immortalising in plastic format.
Release date: March 31