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Yo Mamma review on DMC Mag

mayo 28, 2015

Ian Flemming dropping some words for DMC Mag

The always refreshing Depaart label now turns to a hot Spanish pair for their next EP. The artists behind the music are Guillermo Marraco and Pablo Sainz de Robles, aka Easy Kid, a duo that have seen plenty of success before now on labels like Southbeat and Spring Tube. What they offer up here are two fine versions of a house track with a remix from Georgeous.

Yo Mamma in original form is the sort of fulsome house track that really makes people sweaty. It has swollen bass, well driven kicks and plenty of lively, colourful synth patterns. There is also a Moliner Vocal Hook remix that is perfectly downbeat and sombre, with sad chords and prickly melodies that really bubble and never boil. It’s a bit of moody house that is followed by the Georgeous remix, which is much more pumping, large and peak time in its rolling grooves and Kerri Chandler like kicks. Overall, a fine EP.

Source: http://www.dmcworld.net/reviews/entry/house/easy-kid-yo-mamma-depaart.html

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Easy Kid interview on Beatsandbeyond

mayo 19, 2015

Many thanks to James Hopkins from Beatsandbeyond for chatting with the guys.

Easy Kid are a Spanish duo with big ideas and a reputation to back it up. With Blackout Club Madrid all the rage at the moment in the Spanish capital, and a release just out on Berlin imprint Depaart, we thought now would be a good time to catch up with them and delve in to find out a little more….


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Yo Mamma review on XYST

mayo 13, 2015

Yo Mamma has been reviewed on XYST

Depaart is a Spanish label with a liking for doing things in their own way, which any fan of the label is sure to attest to. While other labels have been criticized for ‘cashing in’ on the current preoccupation with all things ‘deep house’, the label’s penchant for the more discerning side of the scale appears genuine, especially in the case of their latest, which comes from Easy Kid.

Sure, if we’re being pedantic then we’d label this one ‘tech-house’, although to give it its dues, it is at least tech-house of a classy and enjoyable dancefloor persuasion. It’s the title-number, Yo Mamma, that gets us off to a flyer, and it’s an ominous and sticky slice of fully-formed house music. Full of clever strings and suspense aplenty, it’s full of frantic kicks and various other seductive timbres. A big-room anthem if ever there was one.

Next up is label head, Moliner, whose vocal hook remix is one to savour, and is built around a seriously emphatic bassline that’s dripping with sophisticated vibes. Its organ tones force parallels with vintage MK productions; and if that’s the attitude the producer was looking to capture, then this one can be safely considered a job well done. Culminating the package is the sounds of Georgeous, who doesn’t hold back in his pursuit of the ‘floor, with its popping beats and its various intricacies marking this one out as one to watch. There’s plenty to get down to here.


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Easy Kid interview on Only the Beat

mayo 13, 2015

Dan Mac from Only The Beat made a nice interview to our beloved Easy Kid.

Easy Kid is the Spanish duo of Guillermo Marraco and Pablo Sainz de Robles that have been making big house hitters on labels like Southbeat and Spring Tube amongst others. With their latest release about to be dropped on Berlin imprint Depaart, we caught up with the guys to find out more on their local scene of Madrid and plans in Ibiza for the summer.


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Premiere: Easy Kid – Yo Mamma (Georgeous Remix) on Soundspace

mayo 10, 2015

Many thanks to soundspace for teasing Georgeous Yo Mamma Remix from Easy Kid

Berlin’s Depaart imprint welcomes two of Spains deeper minded individuals for our next premiere. Spanish producers Easy Kid brings his Yo Mamma EP, with Georgeous and Moliner providing remix services.

We have an exclusive full length stream of Georgeous’s deep mix, featuring intense grooves and a laid back attitude this track is worthy suggestion for the warm up DJ set. With the original pushing a much wider and bouncey sound, Georgeous does well to keep it basic and close to his roots.

Moliner’s Vocal Hook Remix is a blend of the two, with a future-esque bassline and synth fx, but still balancing with deep drums and pitched vocals.

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Easy Kid Yo Mamma Ep review on The Underground

mayo 7, 2015

Thanks to Natasha Remington from The Underground for dropping these nice words.

Easy Kid is the latest man to step up for the Depaart label, and if this one is anything to go by, it’s an entirely justified signing. It’s the canny strings and the gumption of the original, Yo Mamma, that not-so-eases us in, with its full-on, relentless textures proving a fitting accompaniment to peak-time floors. Full of luscious flavours and simmering percussion aplenty, it caresses the senses thanks to its many up-tempo hues.

Moliner’s remix is crafted on an uplifting yet ominous vibe, that lifts it to a place that’s littered with dexterous hues. An intricate battle weapon that nods its hat to oldschool flavours, it’s my personal pick of the litter. The curtain is then brought down thanks to Georgeous’ effort, a heads-down stomper that makes all the right sort of noises. In all, it’s a fitting snapshot of things to come from both the producer and the label at hand. Cracking stuff.


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Easy Kid Yo Mamma review on Wattsshake

mayo 5, 2015

The guys from Wattsshake have recently reviewed Easy Kid Yo Mamma

El corte original nos muestra la cara más ‘tech-house’ que habíamos visto de Easy Kid, con un sub grave que sabe a ‘funk’ y un desarrollo de hats y percusiones envolvente y con muchísimo groove. Todo bañado con un profundo y oscuro kick, este original track se presenta como una de las referencias del verano para los amantes de sonidos diferentes.La remezcla de Moliner apaga un poco más las luces y desarrolla nuevas melodías y una atmósfera completamente distinta, más oscura y progresiva, clara influencia de su larga residencia en Berlín. Georgeous por el contrario sube el kit rítmico con una remezcla fresca, ‘raw’ y pistera con un sabor mucho más ‘house’ y un groove nuevo y demoledor, marca de este madrileño residente de Goya Social Club.