Grilliance from one of our NY Artist , Freezie Freekie first release Data Sink. Vinyl sold out in a week. Catch some of the Artist/ DJ feedback below and play with confidence.
Cari Lekebusch (Various) - "The B-side is superb." 5/5 (Charted #14)
Sherman (Electrocuted) - "Really like both sides. Will definitely be playing both in the right environment - starting with the Electro Chair on Groovetech.com." (Will Chart)
Percy X (Soma) - "I love the A-side, The Flow, will be playing this to death."
Arne Weinberg (Downlow Records) - "This is sooooo good! - reviewed it for the Capsite website."
Laurent Garnier (F-Com) - "I like the B-side and will play it out...nice release."
Lee Burridge (Tyrant/Fabric) - "Yes, yes, yes...I didn't like dance music before hearing this. I'm a rock chick myself and have had a sex change and got into house and electro.
Paula Temple (Virtual FM) - "Flow - beautiful, slightly Model 500-ish, a joy to listen to. Slow Decay - great for dirty dancefloor moments!" 5/5 (Charted #2)
Rick Hopkins (Haywire Sessions) - "Satamile being delivered in the post...nearly as good as getting one's leg over! Satamile are one of my favourite labels and this is up to the usual high standards - quality!" 5/5 (Charted #3)
Layo (The End) - "I like Flow."
Rob (Skam) - "Andrew is a very good friend of mine, his records are always of the highest quality - and this is no different."
Reverend Milo Speedwagon (Kiss100) - "Ace breakbeat on The Flow - a very, very dense track, heavy production creating a refreshingly subtle track. Good Cop and Bad Cop all rolled into one!" 4/5 (Charted #17)
Rob Euroh (Remote Control) - "Quality electro - great first release for Freezie Freekie - not just noodlings, but something of substance." 4/5 (Charted #2)
John Berry (The Orbit) - "B-side is my pick, good warm-up tackle for The Orbit."
Phil Kieran (Bugged Out!/Shine) - "Love this kind of electro, Slow Decay my favourite track." 4/5
Andreas Bolz (World Electric) - "This is awesome! I will definitely play this in my next set. In fact, I just returned from New York where Andrew played this to me - great first release."
Tatu Metsatahti (Mr Velcro Fastener) - "I love the B-side - very beautiful and soulful tune which I played in a cozy club last weekend and it worked out really well on the dancefloor."
Mark Broom (Various) - "I love this, especially the more 808 style track...top EP from a top label."
DeBug Magazine Review
A very freaky record on satamile,the ny electro label known for extraordinary dance floor tracks prensents the Brooklyner Freezie Freekie's crunchy rumbleling basslines with a crystal clear sound and intermittant catchy phrase's with bleeps and harmony changes like on Flow that gives space for a touch of Electronica. The b-side is more dreamy mellow and detroit sounding, full of bleeps and timeless spaces of string sounds. A very nice record!
released June 9, 2015
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