Five Tracks: Reelow

Hungarian house talent Reelow has made quite the statement in terms of developing himself into an established go-to provider of deep and sultry club jams.

Past releases from him have come on a number of great labels like Moan, Desolat, Whippin, and Solid Grooves, the latter of which his latest finds him make a return to.

Joining names such as Detlef, Wheats, Michael Bibi, and PAWSA, Reelow drops his new “Bump Off” original on the labels latest various artists album, “Summer Sampler 2021”.

Alongside his own music, the Barcelona-based artist also heads up his own imprint in Reecords, where De La Swing, Di Chiara Brothers, and Ben Murphy have had the pleasure of releasing their music.

Reelow joins us for this months edition of our Five Tracks series, highlighting some must-know cuts from Barac, Interstate, Traumer, and others. Get the full list, including words from Reelow, below.

Interstate ft. Birol – Karl-Löwe-St. Groove
Label: Waxtefacts

I have only played this track once, at Solid Grooves’ Xmas Eve event in the rain. I opened with the piano section, you can imagine at least 1500 people standing there dancing in the rain to this tune!

Unknown Artist – Dg
Label: Sanguina Records

I just found this cut a few weeks ago, and I can’t wait to play it out. I believe this can be the perfect closing track; maybe I’ll play it this Saturday at Parklife!

Barac – The Fall Of Man
Label: Adam’s Bite

Barac was always a really special artist to me. We are from neighbouring countries (Hungary and Romania), and he even speaks Hungarian. So it’s a special thing for me to be able to share and enjoy his records. His music is just getting more and more to a level where I can say it’s not something you can jump on and imitate, an extremely special talent.

Leonidas – Taff (Traumer Edit)
Label: Gettraum Edits

You may have heard this edit already across parties, but you have to check this piece of genius from Traumer as the Frenchman finally released his edit of ‘Taff’.

Reelow – Rest In Beats
Label: Reecords

And this one is the track that I closed my album with earlier this year. It’s something different and not like anything I have ever produced before. In lockdown I was imagining myself cruising in Miami with a muscle car and just chilling, and this track is the result of that.