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Electric Bastards are back with more of their brand of progressive house vibes on the two tracker “Flames EP”.
First up is “Flames” which intros with a cool and steady kick and perc combination, this groove builds up to a stunning deep rooted bassline that takes charge of proceedings. Retro fuelled chords fade through and give the track it’s progressive edge. Getting right down to basics on the break as a sinister vocal sample rattles through the vibe before taking us right back into this full on prog stomper.
“Shake It” provides wonderful rhythms as it focuses in on the percussion side of things. Lots of different generic influences are evident and these combine perfectly to give off a true prog house vibe we all know and love from this talented duo. Quality vocal samples make a showing throughout as this track drives on relentlessly, top stuff!
Jusa and V.Ray debut on Bonzai Progressive with this prog house fuelled track “Feel The Beat” which is backed up with top quality remixes. Jusa are Russian production duo Juck aka Viktor Lyubimov and Sako aka Sarkis Isoyan. Russian singer Victoria Ray aka V.Ray completes the trio who have worked together in the past having performed at fashion shows and radio shows.
The Original Mix intros with fading snares and harmonised vocals, this builds up to reveal a deep bassline that goes on to dominate the track throughout. Super crisp hats and percussions provide an ass shakin rhythm and the stunning vocals add rich texture to the sound. Top notch grooves out of Russia on this and a must for those darkened rooms.
Mindgamers step up to remix duties with their take on the original. The guys are very much in demand these days and with tracks like this we can see why. The track intros with a cool flowing, bouncy rhythm conjured up through a tight arrangement and super clean and crisp percussions. The bassline oozes prog house goodness and the use of the vocal is simply amazing and works so well with the sound. One to watch with this and sure to be a feature on many playlists.
Belgian DJ and producer Eric Powa B is up next with his Groovaholic Remix. Eric adds an air of electro tech to the proceedings with a bassline that will have any floor rocking. The arrangements here are outstanding as many classic sounds find their way into the 21st Century. The vocal stands out perfectly in the overall vibe and dominates the break. Classy chords burst out of nowhere bringing a cool house flavour into the sound, top notch.
Zagreb based Alen Simple is our next remix champ and is fresh from his debut on Eyepatch with “Lovely Paranoia”. The track begins with a thumping kick and cool electro percussions, the vocal sample which has had a soulful, warming makeover comes through very well and a deep throbbing bass lies menacingly beneath the sound. The track takes a surprising twist after the break with a super smooth house driven riff taking over completely, brilliant stuff yet again from Alen.
Haze-M & Saccao debut on Bonzai with their remix. Tunisian born Haze-M fell in love with the deep and tech house scenes from a very young age and has since been released on labels Viva Music and DTD Records. Saccao aka Konstantinos Sakkas was born in Greece and he too became involved with dance music from a young age. He has seen releases on labels like Playperview Records and Mexa Records among others. A very diverse offering from this duo with a lot of different elements coming through in the sound, dirty, funky basses alongside tough and gritty drums with a simply stunning vocal sequence backed up with sharp strings, amazing sound!
Electric Bastards are back with their Deep Acid Remix. Get ready to be well and truly floored by this as the guys have weaved their magic to create a fantastic musical experience. Big dirty filtered basslines with a funky twist will rock any floor anywhere. The vocal is also a big feature and marries up well with the vibe. A full on non-stop ride that will have you checking the repeat play button as this infectious rhythm will grab you and not let go.
Electric Bastards make their debut mix for Bonzai Basik Beats! Enjoy!
Tracklisting – Episode 155 – mixed by Electric Bastards:
1º David Herrero – Together (Hollen Remix)
2º Adoo, Unique (CRO) – Tonight (Original Club Mix)
3º Hollen, Gonzalez, Gonzalo – System Overload (Original Mix)
4º Joris Voorn – Spank The Maid (Original Mix)
5º Klelight – Dont Stop (Jaceo Remix)
6º Electric Bastards – Addicted (Prinz of Darkness Remix)
7º Joris Voorn & Moby – After the After (Moby vs. Joris Voor)
8º Doctor Dru – The Voice of Dru
9º Mike Vale, Stella Mercury – Don’t Give A Damn (Original Mix)
10º Sebastien Leger – C4N Y0U R34D 7H15 (Original Mix)
11º Electric Bastards – Get High
12º Siwell – Tech This Out (Original Club Mix)
13º Booka Shade – In White Rooms (Original Mix)
Electric Bastards are production and DJing duo Jordan Drieghe and Curt Savage, based in Belgium these guys have lost their souls to music. They are devoted to house beats and like to experiment with different genres. For several years they have been active in the music scene with different projects and appearing on many labels including a remix on “Once Again” by Mindgamers. Today they make their full Bonzai debut with “High Pass” including a fabulous remix, enjoy!
The original mix kicks off in true tech style with sharp percussion and a low end thumping drum. The layers are slowly stacked up with a brilliant bassline holding things up well. Lots of FX give the track a lot of character with a real cool vocal sample rounding things off.
Zas and Zanse aka Mindgamers return the previous favour to Electric Bastards with a stunning remix of the highest quality. Building up a cool tech vibe from the off with a rhythmic drum and percussion mix, strong, solid grooves come through and the track takes off when the bassline kicks in. Big sytnh sweeps on the break give an air of prog n the sound but the true roots are in tech as the track kicks back in, these guys sure know how to work a remix!
Talinn’s finest Zas & Sanze aka Mindgamers are back with more tripped out prog house vibes with their new track “Once Again” and it comes with a little help from friends Florian Meindl and Electric Bastards on remix duty.
The original is a proper Mindgamers track with crisp, sharp hats and rhythmic percussions over a tight kick. Brilliant piano chords take centre stage here and a truly deep throbbing bass will get any speaker (and ass) shaking. Well placed vocal sample repeats once again and on the break the piano ramps up a notch with super cool strings coming through, one hell of a build up gets us pounding back into the groove, top quality stuff!
First up for remix duties is Florian Meindl with his Shitakusa Remix. Berlin based producer, DJ and sound designer Florian is a hard working artist with many releases and remixes under his belt including on his own label Flash Recordings. With a passion for music he is busy with writing movie soundtracks and has completed his BA at the London College Of Music. Here he applies his skill in style, carving out a straight up prog house groover, nice chunky kicks are in contrast with subtle strings and some very nifty FX and synth work. On the break the bass is boss and the pianos provide for an awesome build up back into this superb flowing track.
Electric Bastards aka Jordan Drieghe and Curt Savage are a Belgium based duo who have lost their souls to music. They are devoted to House beats and like to experiment with genres as Deep, Tech and Progressive House. Here they provide us with a stunning remix which focuses around a brilliant deep bassline throughout. Lots of FX play a part here with tight percussion and drum arrangement creating a steady groove. Cool use of the vocal with brilliant filtering on the piano sample, quality stuff here and sure to be a firm favourite for a lot of jocks.
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Sixth installment in the My House Is Your House series, this time with original tracks and remixes by Matan Caspi, Rogerio Martins, Piek, Efron, Accatone, Joal, Luis Bravo, GarcyNoise, Electric Bastards, Dimitry Liss, Daniele Kama, Ecco, Wonji, Kike Mayor, Charles Ramirez, Chanelle Pearl, Oraa, Brett Lawrence, Rob McCarthy and Crocy.