The Mole & Hreno & Ernesto Ferreyra - Best Buds Vol. 1
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The Mole & Hreno & Ernesto Ferreyra

Best Buds Vol. 1

Maybe Tomorrow
Release date: 11/11/14
genre: Minimal House
Format: Maxi / EP
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1. hreno & the mole - things are heating up in the grizzly maze
2. ernesto ferreyra & the mole - she said paper bags
The Mole & Hreno & Ernesto Ferreyra - Best Buds Vol. 1


Hello listener, it's been a minute - come to think of it you probably already forgot about us. Well screw that - we are back and with a c!oncept!

If you are already acquainted with The Mole, his music tells a story - sometimes it has no beginning or end but nonetheless his tunes tell us something. These are generated from hours of jamming and recording in the studio, artfully edited and pulled from these sessions into the tracks you know and love today. We're all fans of Krautrock here and love how likeminded artists used to come together, pass the pipe and press record - leading to some of the finest records of the 1970's from such moments. We take inspiration from that and as The Mole is a friendly sort of guy, he loves to collaborate and play with his friends - some good friends and some new friends - we welcome you to the first installment of a series called BEST BUDS by introducing you to two of h!is fondest.

Please welcome two Canadians who happen to also reside in The Mole's current home of Berlin. Hreno has been splashing all over the House pool - the dude has been making a huge mess this past year with exceptional records on Turbo and Meander. He also is a long time collaborator with The Mole with remixes for Dinky, Imugem Orihasam, DDMS and more. "Things Are Heating Up In The Grizzly Maze" is named after their adventures in the wilds of Canada and brings out one of their fi!nest studio showdowns with this punchy sweet house number.

Ernesto Ferreyra came to us from Argentina many moons ago and we now proudly call him a Canadian. You likely know him from his releases on Cadenza or seen him play - a titanic talent who joins up with The Mole to conjure an opus. Exceptionally mastered and cut by Stefan Betke / Pole, this 16 minute long jam is destined to come and go throughout a single DJ set thanks to the extraordinary trip it invites you to join and play along with.

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