An ever hyperactive trader of jolly, bouncy, all-round spicy house blends, Housemeister has been dispensing his tune-making savoir faire with both goodness and humility for near to two decades, releasing his output through the likes of Boysnoize Records, Bpitch Control, Detroit Underground, Accidental Jnr and obviously, his own imprint All You Can Beat. Housi is back today with 'SOO GOOD', the debut instalment of Unreel, a new digi-only label based out of Berlin whose wide scope of influences and open-mindedness shall keep things surprising with every new number in the series. Unleashing a triplet of no-nonsense homing floor missiles - including a remix from Kompakt and Shitkatapult firm favourite T.Raumschmiere, 'SOO GOOD' sets the tone straightaway. Kicking things off, the title-track is an idiosyncratic Housemeister cut in its purest essence: cascades of unswerving, tribal-like drums rush along a playful interlacing of mangled vox samples and filtered house aerodynamics a la Daft Punk and Bangalter from the Roulé era. All the more palpable on T.Raumschmiere's high-voltage revamp, the influence of the French Touch's robotic funk finds a striking evidence with its Rollin' & Scratchin'esque heavyweight stomp progressively soaring to further lithesome melodic horizons. Topping things off on a hybrid note of classic Chicagoan shuffle, pounding warehouse techno and gritty batucada rhythms out the wildest of carnivals, ‚(NICHT) SOO GOOD’ seals the deal in overwhelmingly spectacular manner.