These four walls had become his sanctuary; he considered himself something of a hermit these days. This was a far cry away from how he used to be: he was once a social butterfly, he knew everybody and everybody knew him. He thrived on making connections, on meeting new people and experiencing new things but something had shifted. Now the only company he needed was his own...
Kim Ann Foxman takes care of the next release on her own Firehouse Recordings: an imprint focused on all corners of house music. Dripping with nostalgia and conjuring up feelings of being back in the rave, something we've been missing over the last year, the two originals on 'Connection' flaunt revving, hypnotic bass lines, soaring synths and enchanting vocal snippets. Both come complete with remixes from Klasse Wrecks' Luca Lozano and Optimo and Biologic producer Matisa.
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