Hans Thalau – Asdis (Original Mix) [DEEP HOUSE]

Hans Thalau – Asdis

Upon first hearing Hans Thalau’s opulent cut ‘Black CC’ we straight up thought it was the Mountain People. Chords that were engineered to a crisp, shouldered a dubbed bass that rose and fell like Mediterranean waves. When looking deeper, we were reminded that it was none other than the head of Thai Communications label himself. The German producer has been under the radar from those in the know, yet his synth-driven deep house cuts class him as one of the best. Released on Shur-I-Kan’s Dark Energy Recordings in 2013, ‘Asdis’ came to our attention after hearing a slew of other tasty Hans Thalau morsels. Brandishing a signature dubby bass, the melody of the synths give the track a frolicsome vibe fitting for a Hed Kandi, Defected In The House compilation or a tINI & the Gang party.

‘Asdis’ breaks this mould through the statement asserted in the title. It is a Nordic name for ‘Divine Being’. Echoed ambient stabs which one may find in an Echochord track makes you feel as though the ear has space around it to move. A chugging bongo is brought down to the ground by the toneless bass that innervates through its inflection. Hans is adept at warping a vocal, and this one seesaws ‘Follow me’ in synergy with the stabs. And why are you following? Because the realm the vocal is inviting you to teleport to is pure. Hans exhibits the finesse of a master keyboard player, each chord progression sounding effortless. The spirit of Kerri Chandler is felt, as the pads sound straight out of his 1990s release ‘Keep Me Inside’. Airy and spritely synths charm the senses, showing this is a realm of glowing warmth.

Hans’ tracks tend to be released simply under a numbered or coloured title. 15.1 has that bass-driven sonority found on a Mike Huckaby track. 11.2 is completely synth-driven, so sparse but filling like a whipped cream. ‘Purple BB’ brings the vocal to the forefront sounding a tribal chant. On ‘Asdis’ Hans takes the dancing listener into an elysian realm. A real jewel for the second half of a Café Mambo warm up set

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