Born and raised in Berlin, German singer, multi-instrumentalist and electronic artist/DJ, Kute Juergens is back to present a new interpretation of disco and funk. Infusing retro structures into contemporary arrangements and vice versa, Kute is known for his inventive sound design and eclectic compositions. In his latest EP, Good Good Lovin’ , Kute Juergens uses vibrant sonics and funk grooves to conceptualize the theme. 

The EP comprises five tracks with the original headlining four remixes. It features the talent of artists, Andy Bach, and D.P.V whose collaborative efforts with Kute allowed for grand developments of the original. Built on a bedrock of emphatic beats, the song progressively grows with visual synth machinations. It spreads through the soundscape, edged by funk guitar grooves and happy vocals. While the beats set a disco rhythm, the whimsy of the rest of the sonic elements bring the eccentricity of the genre to it. It surges with movement and energy, free and liberating. 

The artist officially debuted in 2021 with his disco-funk dance symphony, You’re The One For Me and has since released four songs. However he has been a part of various bands in the late 80s. In 2005, he founded Phinemusic Studio for all things composition, production, recording and mixing. 

The track is available for streaming on all popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to Good Good Lovin’ by Kute Juergens here –