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Tiny Little Widgets from Martin Eyerer
 
With Tiny Little Widgets, Martin Eyerer has just released his second solo album. Two years after the distinctly dance-floor and club-oriented Word of Mouth, he now comes up with a long player which offers more variety between DJ tools and listening pieces. Martin Eyerer has deliberately picked artists from different genres and countries with whom to collaborate on the originals as well as for the remix sessions.

Tracklisting:

CD1

01. The Circle (Part 1)
02. The Circle (Part 2)
03. Big UP
04. Your Move feat. Kosheen
05. Shabu Shabu
06. The Second Day
07. Un Empujon
08. Route 47
09. Jazzy Things
10. Good Time
11. El Paso – Juarez
12. Catweasel
13. The Shark
14. A Cherry Blossom

CD2

01. A Cherry Blossem (Benny Grauer Remix)
02. The Second Day feat. Phil Barnes (Stephan Hinz Remix)
03. A Cherry Blossem (Tigerskin Remix)
04. Jazzy Things (Tom Clark Remix)
05. The Shark (Helmut Dubnitzky Remix)
06. The Shark (Sasse vs Phonogenic Remix)
07. Your Move feat. Sian Koshen (Florian Meindl Remix)
08. Un Empujon feat America Rodriguez (Chase Buch & Nick Olivetti Remix)
09. Your Move feat. Sian Kosheen (Namito Remix)
10. Catweasel (Nicole Moudaber Remix)
11. Jazzy Things (Gel Abril Remix)
12. Catweasel (Martin Woerner Remix)
13. Your Move feat. Sian Kosheen (Thomas Schumacher Remix)
14. Good Time feat. Reaggae Don (Patrick Zigon Remix)


Martin Eyerer’s Tiny Little Widgets will be released tomorrow on October 1st, 2010. Uniquely this time, the album won‘t be released on his own label, Kling Klong, but on Cologne-based imprint, Blu Fin. This too is another sign of Martin’s new approach to his work.
 
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29.09.2010  (CE)