Silat Beksi Teams Up with Daniel Broesecke on Minimal House Track, “Feedback”

by | Sep 11, 2020 | Minimal House, Sounds | 0 comments

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By way of Bucharest record label UVAR has arrived UVARLTD004, a compilation showcasing a cross section of minimal house talent. The arguable standout of the release is a track by frequent collaborators Daniel Broesecke and Silat Beksi titled “Feedback.” The effort as a whole released on September 9th.

“Feedback,” which premiered in August via Trommel, lives in the exquisite sonic space where Beksi and Broesecke’s signatures styles overlap. Smooth, intricate lead synths define the track, with understated percussion and spoken-word vocal samples rounding out the rest of the arrangement. Both artists’ expert grasp of sound design is on full display in the compelling soundscape.

On Silat Beksi and Daniel Broesecke

Trommel reports that Silat Beksi was mentored by his fellow Ukrainian tastemaker, iO (Mulen). His breakthrough came around 2015-2016, and he’s released on labels like Dreams Are Not InsideWhat You Want, and Pleasure Zone. Since 2016 he has also run the label Modeight.

Daniel Broesecke, on the other hand, hails from Germany and boasts a DJ career dating back to 2006. His first releases landed on Deep Tech Records and Baile Musik in 2013, and 2016 saw him launch his own label, Vivus Records – through which Beksi himself boasts a release.

Songs by MarunteluLumieux and Ted Amber are also included on UVARLTD004. Purchase the compilation in vinyl format via

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