Sahin Meyer – World Cup South Africa 2010 review

Sahin Meyer – World Cup South Africa 2010 review

Artist: Sahin Meyer
Title: World Cup South Africa 2010
Label: Best Works
Genre: Minimal/Tech House
Format: 12″, Digital
Buy From: Juno Records, Juno Download

One of the things that brought husband and wife production duo Sahin Meyer (aka Linda and Shy Jacobs) together was a shared love for the deeper end of house and techno.

It comes as little surprise, then, that their debut EP World Cup South Africa 2010 is a heartfelt exploration of these genres, so deep as to be almost subterranean.

Opening track “The World Cup Of The Future” maintains a subtle yet insistent beat, with clunky percussion trading blows with a warm bassline, while “I Can’t Go Broke” features looped rhythms set to an atmospheric backdrop.

Remixes of “World Cup Of The Future” come from Berlin-native Eva Be, best known for her previous work on Best Seven/Sonar Kollektiv, and Jacek Sienkewicz, who gives the track a deep techno re-rub.

Review: Aaron Coultate

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  1. Looks like Brazil dominates Chile in World Cup action yet again! Awwww, Chile!