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So many everything

Berlin based Rampa has quite the history, with a diverse musical background. This multi talented DJ/Producer has worked with some of the best names in electronic music today. Alongside his collaborations with artists like Hercules & The Love Affair, &ME, David Mayer, and Adam Port, Rampa is busy promoting his label Keinemusik, which also servers as a DJ crew, full of forward thinking movers and shakers. His So Many Everything release appears on his Keinemusik imprint, and it continues to add to the label’s eclectic and tasteful catalog.

Rampa features two original tracks on the release, So Monday and Everything. Both tracks feature a fresh taste on modern day house music, combining hip-hop elements with vocals alongside tribal influenced percussion.  So Many features a vocal that appears throughout the track with a melody that merges the deep house sound with a bit of funk and attitude. Everything is a pumping, bass filled tune with distinct samples that surprise the listener at every drop and break. The romantic vocal adds a bit of old school flair to the new school percussive grooves and analog heavily bass line.

With such a seasoned hand behind this release, Rampa does not disappoint.  Already having packed dance floors across the globe, he brings to us yet another gem. So Many Everything is another great release to add to his already impressive arsenal of signings; next to names like Souvenir and Gigolo. The ever-evolving German sound brings us yet another fresh take on house, with a little twist of attitude.