Explore the mesmerizing world of Anton Kubikov's deep house music as he revamps 'Café de Flore'

Hey music lovers, get ready to be mesmerized. Anton Kubikov has done it again, lending his innovative touch to the classic 'Café de Flore' in his new offering for Berlin Undercover. The originally quaint Parisian melody, a masterpiece by Doctor Rokit (aka the multi-talented Matthew Herbert) from the turn of the millennium, has been reimagined with an infectious deep house energy that's hard to resist.

A touch of Chicago in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés? You bet! Kubikov has dialled up the tempo, skillfully interweaving elements of a jazzy microhouse to create a rhythm that will inevitably make your foot tap. Gone are Herbert's acoustic guitar and accordion, making way for Kubikov's favourite: a steel tongue drum plugin. Add to that his signature atmospheric pads resonating throughout the skippy 4/4 beat, and you’ve got French downtempo morphing into a microhouse symphony.

This Russian mastermind is not only a composer and DJ but also a bit of a poet. Making waves in the international electronic scene since '94, Kubikov's music has graced over 90 releases on illustrious vinyl labels and digital compilations. His DJ sets are renowned for their high-quality underground music and atmosphere-creating prowess. His music journey spans almost the entire globe, save for the North Pole, Antarctica, and Africa.

2022 saw Anton's full dub-techno album drop on vinyl via Stately Records, and trust me when I say, it was a slice of heaven. But, as any Kubikov fan will tell you, this is just the beginning. Several more releases on independent labels are in the pipeline, ready to quench our thirst for his unique sound.

So, folks, it's time to dive into the world of Anton Kubikov and get lost in the enchanting sounds of his version of 'Café de Flore'. Berlin has never sounded so Parisian!

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