Olaf Stuut takes on Herbie Hancock and mixes for Germany & South Africa

Olaf recently moved his studio and it almost certainly brought him new inspiration. We can expect a lot of original material in the near future, but for now we can enjoy his edit of Herbie Hancock’s track Nobu. Herbie recorded Nobu for his sixteenth album Dedication in Japan in 1974 while he was touring and released it on the Japanese CBS Sony label in 1974 and it wasn’t released on CD outside Japan until 2013. The track “Nobu” is regarded by some to be the first ever techno track, due to its other-worldly repetitive electronic groove. Here’s the original by Herbie:

Find below the edit by Olaf which received massive support from artists like Max Cooper, Adam Freeland (the Acid), Patrice Baumel, Nuno dos Santos, Applescal, and Laurent Garnier: “AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH OHHHHHHHHHHH YYYYYEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS. A million thanks my friend,LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE THIS ” – actual quote from Laurent!

Meanwhile Olaf’s fans are spread everywhere and it pleases him to be able and share his music through different podcast series. Check out the one he made for the infamous Tal der Verwirrung from Berlin, Germany.

And here’s one he made for the guys from Sounds So Deep located in South Africa.


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