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DERWIN 006-1

Confusion Of A Lady

by: Eva Be
remixed by: Alex Barck, Rampa
featured by: Ladi6
12"
Be like Berlin. Eva Be embodies the sound of that city like no other artist. Effortless, she elegantly moves between genres like Dub, House or any other urban electronic style.
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    ._01 Confusion Of A Lady (Alex Barck Remix)

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    ._02 Confusion Of A Lady (Eva Be's Original Mix)

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    ._03 Confusion Of A Lady (Rampa Remix)

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    ._04 Confusion Of A Lady (Eva Be's Radio Edit)_Digi Bonus

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    01 Confusion Of A Lady (Alex Barck Remix)

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    02 Confusion Of A Lady (Eva Be's Original Mix)

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    03 Confusion Of A Lady (Rampa Remix)

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    04 Confusion Of A Lady (Eva Be's Radio Edit)_Digi Bonus

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Description
Be like Berlin. Eva Be embodies the sound of that city like no other artist. Effortless, she elegantly moves between genres like Dub, House or any other urban electronic style. The “First Lady of Dub, House & Electro”, that’s what she’s called by true Berliners. And she stays true to her nick name: from deep House sounds over hypnotic Dub tunes crossing smart Techno with a dash of Detroit – within her DJ sets and productions she delivers a mixed bag of high quality sound. Inspired by her creative and nameable environment around the DJ and producer collective Jazzanova Eva Be started to play records at the age of 18. A bit later she became a constant member of famous Sonarkollektiv. Her debut album “Moving Without Travelling”, heavily inspired by Eva Be’s long lasting love for Dub and Reggae attracted a lot attention. Not to mention the well-known features such as Fat Freddy’s Drop’s Joe Dukie, Sugar B and the German-Iranian singer and actor Pegah Ferydoni. Thereupon the British jazz magazine “Straight No Chaser” elected her “Berlin’s Rising Star”. Multitudinous remixes for established artists like Recloose, Micatone, Ye:Solar, Markus Enochson and Tolcha followed. Since 2007 Eva Be’s musical focus changed and she explored a more electronic terrain that can be traced on releases like “New Crack” or the remix for Sahin Meyer’s “World Cup of The Future” (both on Best Works Records). Her productions and DJ sets are well known over the German boarder as well. But the centre of her creativity is and always will be Berlin. And so you can find Eva Be in the city’s second living rooms like Watergate, Tresor, Cookies, //aboutblank, Weekend or WMF.