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INTENT003 | 2015-02-23  
Siriusmo, Jan Driver and Gene Siewing on the one piece of vinyl? Aber hallo! The third release on Berlin's Intent Recordings sees two of the funkiest Germans known to man (and woman) teaming up with their favourite St. Louis export.

Siriusmo brings his anarchic pop sensibilities and unique funk synth sound to the A-side cut, On My Case, a catchy- and fun-as-hell collaboration with Siewing. "You're on my case and I can't shake you off," Siewing drawls alongside 'Mo's intoxicating jazzy keys. Together, they create a song which represents exactly what the two of them have shown they are all about through their production and DJ work over the years - dance floor bombs with a mind of their own.

‘Mo has worked with some of the best names in the biz - artists like Chromeo, Boys Noize, Captain Future and Simian Mobile Disco - and now resides on his hometown label Monkeytown. Siewing is a producer (Made To Play, Kolour Recordings, Intent Recordings), a label boss and a scratch master DJ who can jump seamlessly through his eclectic crates all night long. He was raised on the Mississippi on a diet of blues, soul and rock'n'roll - and you can hear it in his vocals here.

The one and only Mr. Jan Driver delivers the remix. They don't call him Driver for nothing: his sound is massive, and boy, does he deliver here, dishing up a stomping remix in his unmistakable driving style. Driver's remix discography spans far and wide, working with the likes of Blaze, Laurent Garnier, Armand Van Helden and Modeselektor. His Berlin studio is built in an old army bunker. Driver took Siewing in as family when he first came to Berlin, and let him live in that studio for a few years.

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