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Jannowitz Records' relationship with Maksim Dark has come a long way. We learnt about this uber producer quite some time ago, from his mind blowing releases on imprints like Oliver Huntemann's Sense or Dubfire's Sci+Tec. So when we approached him in the first place to release on JAW we would have never expected this to lead to an amazing friendship and more than one Beatport charting releases within a short time span. In this time Maksim has done an amazing solo EP called Radium War, a fantastic collaboration with label boss BOHO (Octopussy) and just a few months ago the Dub Space together with Jannowitz' favourite Diatonik from India. Now he is back, once again showcases his powerful baseline heavy style of modern electronic music. Sunfire is a comparably small EP for Jannowitz standards. It consists of two tracks and one remix. Very basic but the perfect way to highlight two very special productions and to give one outstanding remixer the space to work with Maksim's stems. Sunfire is the main track that - in true Maksim Dark manner - lives off a melodic baseline and variations in the lower frequencies until suddenly the melody spirals towards the heights and twists in diverse ways, climaxing in dance floor ready breaks making Sunfire a true weapon. A little bit more progressive, more straight forward is what you could call the second Original, Pulsating. There is not really much you need to describe other than the name it self. Pulsating seems to be pulsating from within. The melodic synth elements that come into play after an merciless break give a dark and industrial touch.For the remix, Drumcomplex, also a dear friend of the label and a more than well known producer in Germany and beyond, took Sunfire and created his own version of it. His remix is more loopy, more tooly, taking the best parts of the original and creating a vibe with a stronger kick, less focus on the baseline and more on the dance floor.