Philipp Priebe’s Stólar welcomes two new artists onto its roster this September with a new single by Tim Eder & Fossar, entitled ‘Distant Voices’ and back with a remix from Icelandic artist Ohm.
Over the past few years, the Stólar imprint has unveiled a steady stream of releases aesthetically leaning towards melancholic deep house and sun-drenched house sounds from label boss Philipp Priebe as well as most recently others like Japanese artist Metome, Tact Recordings co-founders Yard One. Here the label welcomes Feuilleton’s Tim Eder and Fossar, two German producers who join forces for a silky-smooth deep house cut and a welcome addition to the label’s catalogue.
The original mix of ‘Distant Voices’ leads, laid out across seven and a half minutes with a bumpy, swinging drum groove, airy pad swells, sporadic vocal chants, and pulsating subs.
Ohm Series boss Ohm then wraps up the package with his interpretation of ‘Distant Voices’, as per usual the Icelandic artist takes things down a deep and dubby path, stripping back the textural elements of the original with bubbling echoes and subtle nuance while introducing a more low-slung, minimalistic approach rhythmically.
Tim Eder & Fossar – Distant Voices
Release Date September 2nd, 2022
1. Distant Voices
2. Distant Voices (Ohm Remix)