Alexander Kastner and Adrian Hoffmann, the heads behind Paskal & Urban Absolutes, have both opened their hearts and fell in love: they fell in love with steady house grooves, based on a powerful bass foundation; in love with warm tones that convey sensuality, as well as sensitive vocal loops and fragile percussion.
Since late summer 2009, they give their love an expression in jointly-produced pieces. After initial studio sessions soon followed the first releases: Ingo Sänger licensed the track "Need Love" for his label Farside Records (Far-OTRS 017, 2010), Phil "Dairmount" Darimont took their piece "Twice" for a compilation on his label Room With A View (Perspectives Part 05, VIEWED 005-2, 2011), and Mousse T let his song "By Myself" refine by the two producers.
Paskal & Urban Absolutes dive into this intense moment of falling-in-love with house music, that lovers of this genre preserve in their memory – the feeling when body and soul are covered for the first time by a melodic and powerful groove, and led gently to the climax of the night. Anyone who already experienced this once, knows that this intimate junction of rhythm, melody and harmony is simply hard to resist.
"Still In Love" also appears in three revisions. Roman Rauch from Vienna, who already made waves among house aficionados with releases on Tenderpark and Philpot Records, was allowed to lay hands on the track. He backed up the original with a suspension of jacking drums and rolling basses. Secondly, Martin Hayes from Leipzig went into the studio for a remix. His treatment of "Still In Love" oscillates between House and Disco.
Finally, the founders of Foul & Sunk, Mark Burow and Sebastian Stang, step into the public as producers. Their remix pushes sultry and stormy on the dancefloor, thus putting their label strategy – Quality for your dancefloor – skillfully into sound and rhythm.