Stereotyp Keepin' Me
- Words: Derek Beres
- Label: G-Stoned
The opening electro-gospel title track (with Sandra Kurzweil's painfully soulful vocals) alone makes this album worthwhile. Stefan Moerth, a reclusive producer who blends beats in a Vienna wine cellar, has mastered the art of bass. Since 2002‘s My Sound, the man has continually created sensuous, low-end-heavy club bangers and midtempo tracks. Influenced heavily by the Rasta vibe, his broken-beat cuts focus on guest vocals and a cornucopia of sound effects. Ranging from eerie to scary to-interestingly enough-comforting, Keepin' Me is proof positive of Stereotyp's brilliant alchemy.
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