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What’s In Your Box: Rauschhaus

With Rauschhaus’ ‘The Theory Of Everything’ out this week on Rhetorical Music, we take a look at his favourite tracks of the moment in the latest edition of What’s In Your Box?


1. Jonas Saalbach – Atar (Original Mix) [Moodmusic Records]

“Jonas Saalbach comes up with his new release on Sasses Moodmusic. The intro has got a sexy 80‘s touch and reminds me of the Bloodsport Theme 🙂 This track is perfect for Openairs and I can‘t wait to play it in the sun.”

2. Adriatique – Soul Valley (Original Mix) [Cityfox]

“To me Adriatique stands for high quality. Soul Valley is a Bomb! The hypnotic Arp combined with the Retro Pads create a wall of sound that catches you and makes you wanna dance :).”

3. Rauschhaus – Theory Of Everything (Original Mix) [Rhetorical Music]

“My number three is one of my own Songs. It’s the title track of my latest release, which appears on Rhetorical Music from Canada. I put a lot of effort into this one and I am really happy to have the opportunity to release it there. It’s a dark emotional journey with a lot of influence from classical music. Here you can listen to my piano skills :)”

4. Cid Inc. – Contrite (Original Mix) [Sudbeat Music]

“Cid Inc from Finland comes up with a mind-blowing release on Hernan Cattaneo’s Sudbeat Music. While producing this track he was in a special state of mind (so he says in an interview). I think that you can really feel that while listening. An emotional Masterpiece.”

5. EdOne – Resonance (Luca Bacchetti Endless Retouch) [Endless]

“Luca Bacchetti is one of my favourite artists at the moment. No wonder that he convinces me again with his retouch of EdOne on his own Endless imprint. I love the hypnotic atmosphere and the use of the vocal parts.”

6. Hobo – Magic Mirror (Original Mix) [Last Night On Earth]

“Hobo surprises me with his latest release on Sasha Last Night On Earth. All three tracks are really good but Magic Mirror is outstanding. I guess that he used a sample from the old Zelda game. If thats the truth he totally got me.”

7. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out feat Anja Oyen Vister – (Cloud Remix) [Deeplay Music]

“This is one of my All time Favourites and the best reinterpretation of The Smiths that I heard in my lifetime. Its already from 2007 but still hot and always in my library.”

8. Dahu – RS (Original Mix) [Steyoyoke]

“The upcoming producer from Berlin who is part of the Steyoyoke main roster satisfies me again with his new release. I love the trippy dark baseline and the strong kick. The track will be released in the middle of may and I can’t wait to play this one in a club.”

9. Rafael Da Cruz – Rex (Andre Lodemann Remix) [Compost Black Label]

“Since I heard it for the first time it‘s one of my favourite songs. It‘s wonderful to watch into people’s faces while playing this one. When the break builds up, it seems as if everyone gets an orgasm.”

10. Avidus – Heptachord (4/4 Version) [Empore Music]

“Heptachord is the first release of Empore Music, an upcoming small label from my hometown Kiel. Its closely connected to the Luna Club where I often play and where I throw events too. I love this track and every time I play it the people get nuts.”

‘The Theory Of Everything’ is out now on Rhetorical Music, you can purchase the release: here


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