DescriptionLabel boss Idriss D makes his comeback on Memento with "Sunset In Kreuzberg", a vicious and sexy track that captures the magic and the passion of his dj sets and the energy he shares with his faithful crowds all over the world. After releasing "Cross My Mind" to enthusiastic reviews - it was charted and played by all the big names in the game - Idriss took some time off from his relentless gigging routine and went back to the studio: his endless touring schedule that brought him from headlining Italy's most celebrated clubs such as Cocoricò and Amnesia Milano, where he holds his monthly residencies, to playing at Ibiza's super famous Cadenza party Vagabundos at Pacha, inspired him to experiment with sounds and crazy vocal samples which fuse together to create a seamless flow of rhythm and melody. The track's upbeat synth line and funky bass create a warm groove that underlines a kinky female spoken-word which lasts for almost the entire 6 minutes: it doesn't let go, it doesn't give up, it creates an ongoing vibe that sucks you in and drags you deep down where the red light of love heaths up and welcomes you to her realm of desire. To add more spice and get even dirtier, remixes come courtesy of Highgrade Records' Tom Clark, KaterHolzig's main man and Italy native Cesare Vs Disorder and PanoramaBar regular Matthew Styles. Clark's rework gives a more muscular touch to the original, adding spacy atmospherics sounds and trippy percussions, playing around the synth loop and keeping the vocals upfront. Cesare Vs Disorder's In The Garage Remix slows the pace down making the vocal darker and more menacing, while essential beats, effected snare hits and ghostly sci-fi noises fill the background. Matthew Styles' taste for retro-influenced pad chords and discoey bass lines matches his take on the vocoder flavored vocal snippets and makes his interpretation of Idriss's tune a total afterhours classic and the perfect soundtrack to yet another late afternoon session inside Berlin's outrageous techno and house mecca.