Recent posts: Crocy
Greek DJing and production duo Manos and Arthur M debut on Bonzai Progressive with a super deep progressive house cut with a couple of brilliant remixes. Manos and Arthur have been busy on the production front with a slew of remixes and releases on a number of labels.
The original mix is a deep prog monster, awesome grooving kicks with low end basses and some well crafted synths, some nice retro sounds give a cool quality, a raspy vocal fades in and out to add a bit of mystery to the sound.
Slovenian prog master Crocy returns to remix duties and delivers yet more retro inspired progressive goodness, fresh from recent remixes for Aiemo and AbiQ & Raw E, Crocy turns up the heat once again. Real deep prog groove on this remix with those retro synths filtering through the sound, the vocal is used to very good effect, tight percussion ties this track together beautifully.
Kazakhstan born Konstantin Alt aka LoQuai lends his skills yet again on the remix, bringing quality and experience honed from a long career in EDM. LoQuai is a regular feature at Bonzai and enjoyed some successful releases with the latest being his prog house joint “We Love The Night”. Here we see his talents, maintaining the deep vibe of the original with beefed up bass and crisper percussions, melodies are added and the vocal gives the track a unique flavour.
Next up is Danish talent George Yammine on the remix. George caught the music bug at just 12 years of age and has been hooked ever since. He is well schooled in DJing and sound design and remixes regularly for many labels and artists. Cool steady prog beats are the order for this remix with the original elements being used well, particularly the vocal. Very nice synth work and a throbbing bass backed up with a simple yet solid grooving drum and percussion arrangement, top stuff!
The 28-year-old Danish/Italian artist is born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark. Inspired by the pulsating, urban and unique atmosphere of Copenhagen, David Nicosia Longhi has produced and published under various pseudonyms such as Mazenga and Aiemo. Ranging from deep, minimal psytrance to chillout and melodic lounge music.
David himself describes the importance of inspiration gathered from the fast paced citylife: I love living in the city, there are endless inspirational options, ranging all the way from high-end fashion, cocktailbars, nightlife in general and even the modern oasis areas in Copenhagen, filled with peace and calm energy.I also like the anonymous feeling found in a big city. You could be surrounded by 100s of people and still feel like no one is seeing you. I generally get inspired from beautiful people around me and the desire to make and do something that touches the heart and thought of a human in combination with the electronically produced music. I want to keep living my daydream and my music reflects this.
Practical Inspiration has been gathered from both the trance/balearic scene throughout the 90s all the way to the downtempo and chilled lounge scene in modern time.
His first releases goes back to 2003 with Italian based label Inner-sound Records on the Perfect Evolution compilation and shortly thereafter another release follow with a Danish label. After several years of devoting his artistic abilities in literature he again turned his attention towards electronic music and the perpetual style of modern lounge.
The style from David Nicosia Longhi is now mainly focused on top quality lounge music, with his own deep devotion into a timeless and atmospheric production.
Ibiza 2K12 – Progressive House Frequencies comes with original tracks and remixes by Redraft Memories, Rishi K., Manu Riga, Jimmy Galle, Crocy, Tony Awake & Free Mind, Mindgamers, DJ Chus & David Penn, Chantola, Heinrich Kantholz & Drill Wagen, Quadran, Planisphere, Nancy Burrello & Digital Angel, Thorin, Chris M, Abi-Q and Raw-E, Kiilto, Guido Durante & Mattia Evo, Bozanov, Lolo, Audiotox & Watson, Kintar featuring Lu Chase, Tempterzz, Philthy Chit, Janeiro, Matteo Monero and Kintar.
Third instalment in the My House Is Your House series on Bonzai Progressive. Featuring original tracks and remixes from Brett Lawrence, Wonji, BeatBlenderz, Rishi K., Sa.Du, Crocy, Hilal Tekschneider, Adrian C and Dubsons, Oz Romita, Dennis Hercules, Brisboys, Santon, Carl Price, Villa Gombao Inc., Yonathan Dahan and Torsten Zarth, Guido Durante and Mattia Evo, Charles Ramirez, Middle Rhythm, Ecco, Jamez & Soulboy, The French Connection, Daniel Ray.
EPISODE 109: Valeria Croft – No Speaking EP (Piston Recordings)
Valeria Croft – No Speaking EP is a three track jewelcase. Inside you can find three precious deep house gems. No Speaking, Hippy and A La Russe. What a way to start 2012!
Some of the early support:
Patrick Zigon – great ep 9/10
Fish Go Deep – Fine, original-sounding release. All tracks working for me but the piano on
No Speaking edges it. Will play 7/10
Feygin – nice one from valeria.. 7/10
Severino Panzetta – Deep stuff here …A la russe is pretty 8/10
Dibby Dougherty – 3 stormers, especially a la russe, such a cool old skool vibe off this one 10/10
EPISODE 110: Bonzai PRogressive Sampler – Volume 2 (Bonzai Progressive)
New installment in the Bonzai Progressive Sampler series, this time with original tracks from Crocy and Redraft Memories.
EPISODE 111: Rogerio Romao – Tarola EP (Monog Records)
Rogerio Romao presents his first original work at Monog Records, Tarola EP!
Rogerio Romao, with his several aliases, has been releasing music for about 10 years with a broad range of influences, from downtempo to electro, to club vocal house, to techy and progressive.
He already appeared on Monog Records with a sucessful remix on Noret EP under the name of DJ Groovy. He’s also one half of the duo Across Digital, and owner of the GroovePacks company that produces sample packs and sound design.
This time, he presents us two incredible original tracks, “Tarola” and “Feedback”, with a very deep and hypnotic atmosphere! Just close your eyes and listen, the music speak for it self!
Don’t forget, we are together til dance tear us apart!