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Chantola recently delivered his superb artist album ‘Lost In Funny Space Games’ which is being very well received from many quarters and which is no surprise when you have gems like ‘It’s Not What You Say’. This track has been plucked from the album and been subjected to a host of top quality remixes, no less than six remixes in total from top class artists will no doubt get any floor shakin’!
First up is the Original Mix which intros with a beefy kick and some well clipped hats giving that classic house flavour. A strong, throbbing bass sits on the offbeat and adds a huge depth to the sound. Stunning vocals come through and are the perfect companion for a mesmerizing synth pad lurking in the background. The track transforms itself throughout, building the layers beautifully and ending up with fine slice of progressive house. Definitely not to be missed this one, get it into those playlists quick!
Crocy is first at hand to offer his remix skills and what a job he does here. Crocy’s remix takes on a very smooth and subtle groove, the kicks give off a cool laidback feel with a big punch and sit so well with the expertly crafted bass riffs. The vocal comes through beautifully here adding a richness to the sound and is accompanied by some nice, distant melodies thanks to a lovely piano sound. Wonderfully deep vibes here and a definite must for those late night sets. For those who would like to leave the vocal behind we also have an instrumental mix from Crocy.
Koen Mertens aka Daddy is up next with his remix. Right from the off we are met with a huge in your face sound as a deep drone blasts out alongside a cool percussion pattern. The kicks soon follow as that drone powers on relentlessly. The vocal comes through with a very cool transformation thanks to some nifty FX work which puts it right at home alongside this monster groove. On the main break the groove simmers down with a cool arp and the vocal before slamming back with an added synth riff that is really gonna rock those floors for sure.
Audio Noir is up next with his Rekonstruction. As usual we are treated to a solid progressive house workout which intros with a rhythmic percussion and a very cool melodic sequence. The kicks fade in very discreetly and bring with them a very powerful thump and are soon joined by a great vocal. The track really sets off on an epic ride with the deep rooted bass being the driving force. As the groove progresses we get a hint of a classic synth stab that teases as it lurks in the background. The track breaks to reveal a little more on those stabs before the bass takes over and we are thrust back into the main groove, wonderful stuff yet again out of Australia.
Next up we have deepAlexander on the remix and he churns out a very cool slice indeed. Soft kicks are met with a tough well rounded bass that plucks away giving off a strong vibe as a synth note drones out in the back. The vocal is used brilliantly and sits behind the sound just enough to be very effective. The subtle percussions add smooth rhythms and are the perfect accompaniment to this quite minimal groove. Top stuff!
Lastly we have the Extended Zen Mix which is a fantastic journey through the ambient side of this track. Warm and melodic pads are the order of the day and these are joined with the now recognisable vocal which is a nice partnership. A cool synth arp comes through as a mighty crash introduces each section. Smooth deep basses fade up and take over the sound before kicks blast through making this a perfect piece for an intro in any set.
Moliner debuts on Piston with this superb two tracker entitled ‘Nobody Else’.
Moliner got into electronic music in the nineties and drew influence from the likes of Mike Oldfield and Depeche Mode. He has been developing his own unique house sound since his early teens and this has been manifested in the many releases he has had over many labels.
‘Nobody Else’ intros with a smooth shuffling groove as broken kicks reside over an intricate hi hat arrangement. The track bursts into a full on 4×4 slice with a superb vocal over the top and some classy house chords on the offbeat. On the breakdown those broken beats rise up again and are joined by a silky smooth high pitched house string adding a rich texture to the vibe. A straight up party tune which will do well on the floors for sure!
‘Spain Doesn’t Love Me’ is up next and gets going with a filtered kick that soon warms up into a nice chunky thump with crispy hats alongside. A deep groovy bass soon joins in and is partnered with a funky little vocal. Strong chords are brought in and give the track a tougher vibe while on the break some cool, almost off key piano strokes come in and lead us back into this solid deep house workout!
Iosupescu Lucian is the man behind our latest release called “Drug Dealer EP”. Iosupescu is a Romanian DJ and producer living in Italy, with strong focus in what he want and where he wanna go with his music.
Drug Dealer is his debut EP at Monog Records and it is a perfect exemple of Iosupescu tremendous skills as a producer. This EP is composed by 2 original tracks (“Drug Dealer” and “Power Down”) with a very deep, moody vibe (so characteristic of this label) and an outstanding remix of “Drug Dealer” by our well known Spanish duo Iban Montoro and Jazzman Wax. This remix is an authentic dancefloor bomb, with a very different (and much more agressive) approach compared to the original version.
This is highly addictive so consume it at your own risk.
Darouge returns to BB with the wonderful three tracker ‘Bite The Curb’. His last outing ‘Displacement EP’ proved popular among many and no doubt this latest offering will be met with more of the same.
First up we have the title track ‘Bite The Curb’ which intros with a nice chunky kick and is joined by a round of classic electro percussions which give the track a very cool groove. A deep bass lurks behind and teases with its presence. Some real nice sounds have filtered through and give this track a clear defining course. The break offers up some very cool sounds, almost alien in nature and gives the track an awesome texture. A very well constructed track and sure to get much attention.
‘Dudebrochill’ is next and intros with a solid kick and hat combination. A deep pulsating bass soon joins the party and is the perfect partner to those classic kicks. The rhythms are built upon beautifully with an evolving percussion line. Surreal synth work is brought in and we are on course for a fantastic tech workout. Awesome stuff and a definite one to watch.
Lastly we have ‘Pumper’, which, as the name suggests is a pumper! Right from the off we are led into a solid tech groove with thumping kicks and crispy percussions. Throughout the sound we are met with a hypnotic synth that locks us in for the duration. A bubbling bassline drives the track forward as some fantastic FX work goes on all around. Quite an epic slice here which would definitely be an asset for any playlist!
German DJ and producer Flamda debuts on Green Martian with the wonderful ‘Mystic Island’ which comes backed with a quality remix. Danny started out DJing with just a small mixer and two simple CD players before investing in a set of turntables. From here he began recording mixes to his computer and learned some mastering in the process. This led to gigs in local clubs and many house parties. These days Danny focuses on his small home studio where he delves into music production.
The Original mix sets off with a cool thumping kick with a smooth bass rolling in behind. The track picks up the pace as the bassline ups the gears alongside a superb percussion arrangement. Swirling pads come through from the back and add in an epic feeling. A gated synth lights the track up and on the break a huge grungy synth takes over with a sweet high string giving a stark contrast. Beautiful slice of progressive here and a must for any box.
Next up we have the DJK Krazy Kutz remix provided by DJK aka Kevin Miller. Kevin has been a regular in the Green Martian stable with his material featuring on multiple compilations as well as his own releases. The remix gets moving with an awesome phat kick and soft hat combination as the bassline pumps away alongside. Nice and smooth synths ease their way into the track with expert precision and dominate the break with beautiful strings also in attendance. Very strong groove here which is going to be the perfect addition to any playlist!
The impressive Moshic is back at Bonzai Progressive with his equally impressive new cut entitled ‘Do It To Me Now’. Moshic’s unique sound is well renowned the world over and he continues to deliver top quality with all that he touches. This new track has been given the remix treatment by three of Bonzai’s popular artists which will definitely help get this track noticed.
The Original Mix intros with a very cool sequence filled with tight hats and percussions with a teasing bass whetting the appetite. Subtle kicks sit back and let the array of sounds do all the work. A rising pad creates an intensity throughout as the groove takes on a gritty feel with the vocal coming through brilliantly. The bass continues to bubble up from below adding a very smooth texture, another fine progressive vibe from Moshic!
Italian producer Gai Barone delivers two stunning remixes on this pack, the first one being his Starsk Remix. The intro boasts a strong and intense drone with chunky kicks and sharp hats building around it as well as some smooth plucked strings. The synths bring in a little melody to the groove while retaining a dark atmosphere. The break unleashes more of those plucks with some heavy FX adding to the already fierce groove, superb stuff from Gai!
Gai’s second offering here is his On A Train Remix which gets us moving with a strong kick with a nice clip on top. Powerfully deep pads rise up giving a real progressive edge to the sound while all around some fantastic percussion takes shape. A strong piercing vibe ensues as expertly crafted FX go to work, all this is shored up with a wonderful deep bass that sits perfectly in the background. Simply stunning and no doubt will gain much attention.
One of Bonzai’s longstanding popular artists Manu Riga takes up remix duties with his Progtrip Remix. Manu is a firm favourite within the progressive realm not only with his own outstanding productions but also for his remix work which always gets plenty of recognition. Here he intros with a brilliant thumping kick with a rolling effect underneath. A resonating bass lingers in the depths waiting to pounce. Tight percussions begin to form rhythmic patterns while a synth pad begins to rise. The bassline evolves beautifully into a proper full on progressive workout as it rolls along in curvy patterns that will have any floor rocking. Plenty of twists and turn on offer here and a track that is not to be missed.
Audio Noir is popping up all over the place at the moment with remixes on many tracks as well as his own material doing the rounds. Here he delivers a stunning remix in his unique progressive way. Very smooth and classic intro with a powerful kick and skipping hats getting us under way. Deep droning basses rise up building the tension before the track breaks with a beautiful vocal over those heavy pads. The track crashes back with those kicks but this time accompanied by an amazing hypnotic bass that pounds the speakers. A superb remix out of Australia which will be a must for any set and most definitely not to be missed!
Alexander Fedosov returns with his DaSmokin’Frogz persona with this stunning three tracker entitled ‘Ezridah’. His last outing ‘Hidden Door’ gained a lot of support from all over and no doubt we will see more support on this release.
‘Ezridah’ intros with a cool kick and hat combo coupled with a superb housey chord which builds us up to smooth groovy bassline. Fantastic flowing rhythms are borne out this arrangement which becomes infectious and forces you to shake that ass. Surreal swirling pads enter the mix and provides a contrasting backdrop to the sound. Great stuff again from Alexander and sure to be a feature on many sets.
‘Nastix’ gets going with a very smooth beat as intricate percussion patterns are joined by a very cool kick. A big dirty bassline gives the track a raw groove and works perfectly alongside a cool guitar riff which adds a funky element. Fresh and sleek vocal samples are great addition to this groove and give off an urban vibe. Quite diverse stuff which will no doubt have a lot of jocks taking notice.
‘Your Smile’ intros with an electro tinged drum section as classic percussions and kicks weave out cool patterns. A very rich and powerful bass dominates the track in a big way and is accompanied by some fantastic synth shots. Very nice and smooth house track with a superb groove which will grab lost of attention.
Swedish DJ and producer Victor Berghmeister debuts on Piston with a smooth two tracker entitled ‘Leaving Yous’.
Up first we have the delectable ‘Leaving Yous’ which intros with a superbly phat and chunky kick with a nice and smooth chord fading through alongside a simple vocal sample. The chords then unleash a groovy riff and the vocals become much more prominent. All this is held up beautifully with a wonderful deep bass that would have a speaker shivering. The deep and funky levels rise on the break as the chords take control before slamming back into this full on deep house workout, brilliant stuff.
‘Slippy’ gets going with a velvety kick which is accompanied by a warm sweeping chord. Superb chords are joined by some classy and funky vocals adding great character to the track. A juggling bassline meanders through the track effortlessly while the housey keys remain a big focus which are further enhanced by the appearance of a wonderful piano riff that will get the big floors moving. A sure fire hit with those deeper sets no doubt!