Besides a new and great DJ mix on CD and playing big summer festivals, Ellen Allien even found the time to produce a new track. "Go" is an allusion to her very first track, "Just Let the Groove Go" (1994) and uses the vocals as the basis for a modern, rather dark but ethereal new version. The result is an Allien-like dance/tech track. Marcel Dettmann, a fan of "Just Let the Groove Go," still plays this track in his sets and immediately agreed on distributing his own version of that track. Both versions use the same vocal sample as a center point but combine it with different beats - Allien goes for hypnotic, dry beats, while Dettmann goes for dub-tech à la Hardwax. Both versions will get hearts flying.
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