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„Oh my gosh! That‘s his sound now?“ That‘s pretty much the reaction when someone hears Rampue's „Sonne, Park und Sterni“ for the first time - it‘s a hit. Frankly, yes, Audiolith, Rampue it all used to be different. The boy went through a lot because he was searching. And you don‘t have to ask him, you hear it, he has found his new style. Rampue's sound - to the first impression - arrived where he is living right now. The sound of Berlin during the snuggly Summer. But if you listen again, while dancing to one of his live sets, something in you happens, something one wants to achieve on the dancefloor: You have to close your eyes, a tiny moan escapes the lips. Now you can decide whether you want to dance or to further listen to what Rampue is creating and nesting between soul vocals, bassy basslines and accurate high hat placement. One could now also mention references to avoid labeling a genre, but honestly, Rampue is more than Keta-Disco and Disco-House. He will keep on searching and one would not want to miss one more step of this search.