SDH - Maybe A Body 12" EP
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Maybe A Body 12" EP (2022)
A1. Maybe A Body
A2. Maybe A Body (Phase Fatale remix)
B1. All Of That
B2. All Of That (Pablo Bozzi remix)
Two years after their previous Against Strong Thinking mini album, Spanish techno-meets-new wave duo SDH returns with a new, killer EP.
There is a duality rooted deeply in the very soul of this project that is reflected in the line-up as well as in the music the band creates.
While Sergi Algiz is behind the machines propagating a wide spectrum of electronic beats ranging from techno and body music to synthpop and electro, Andrea P. Latorre offsets the night club vibe of the pounding drums with her emotional, romantic vocals.
This same dichotomy is perfectly represented here by their new 12-inch Maybe A Body, out April 29, 2022 on Avant!.
The title-track is a powerful song about body recognition, about having a voice and using it, sustained by some throbbing EBM with traces of 90’s trance/progressive, ending up in a perfect balance of rousing groove and hypnagogic feelings.
The B side is the hunting ground for more dream-like scenarios as it digs deep in the nostalgia realm with its retro mood filled with italo and synth-pop bliss.
To power up both these aspects of SDH’s identity, we have called two of the best electronic producers out there to remix one track each.
Maybe A Body has been given to techno golden boy and Avant! alumni Phase Fatale who has managed to enhance even further the trance-like nature of the track, creating just the perfect dancefloor filler.
All Of That has been instead reworked by the skillful hands of the rising star of the Eighties sound Pablo Bozzi who literally exploded the italo groove, occasionally smoothing things out with some breakbeats just where they’re most needed.
Produced by Matia Simovich at Infinite Power Studios, LA.
Mastered at Dadub Studio, Berlin.