Review: San Soda – Immers & Daarentegen

December 25, 2010 § Leave a comment

Red D’s We Play House label has put itself on the map in 2010 largely thanks to a steady flow of immaculate retro house 12”s primed for club play. However, San Soda’s debut opus Immers & Daarentegen showcases musical passions and influences that reach far beyond the sweaty confines of a dancefloor. San Soda (aka Nicolas Geysens) and WPH boss Red D (real name Bart Van Neste) became friends while playing for amateur Belgian football side FC Leiejongens, and when Geysens handed his team mate a CD containing some early demos, Van Neste was suitably enthralled to put into action previously unrealised plans to form a label: and so We Play House was born.

[Read full review at Juno Plus]

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