“Prison Grass”, the latest release on Kölsch’s imprint IPSO, follows a number of already-legendary collaborations between the Danish house master and his friends – Michael Mayer, Tiga, Sasha, Dubfire… To this list we can now add the inspiring Magit Cacoon, a unique and thrilling DJ and producer from Tel Aviv, Israel. Magit Cacoon’s productions have been signed to labels like Upon.You, Rebellion and Katermukke, and she’s also worked with progressive rock legend Steven Wilson, of Porcupine Tree, and runs her own imprint, Girl Scout. On “Prison Grass”, Kölsch and Cacoon meet on a level playing field. The music is dynamic ,fierce and every time Kölsch plays it in his sets, it receives a rapturous response. The piston-pump of the rhythms provides a fertile undergrowth for flickering arpeggios and a simple, five-note riff, a mnemonic device that works its way into your memory and won’t let go. Strict yet sensuous, lush yet livid, it’s gorgeous and rambunctious, even in its more elegant ‘reduced’ version. With Kölsch booked at a clutch of festivals this summer – Lovefest, Mácháč, Sonus, Creamfields North, Mysteryland – it’s the perfect time to reacquaint your ears with his stellar co-productions.