Recent posts: Jakhira
Crocy’s Recht gets a full makeover with four fantastic remixes and a Vocal mix. The track was previously featured on Cry back in the Autumn of 2013 in instrumental form. This time around we are treated to the wonderful vocals of Cotry which give the track a beautiful narrative.
First up we get right into the action with the Vocal Mix. Tight drum arrangements sit over subtle percussions that build up a nice flowing rhythmic vibe. In contrast the deep bass transforms from soft and rounded into tough and gritty effortlessly adding a strong dynamic. The tantalising vocal really sets the track off as you find yourself locked in to the sultry grooves, great stuff yet again from Crocy.
Audio Noir just can’t keep away at the moment, the guy is churning out quality cuts and remixes at every turn. Here we have his Sound Of Eve Remix which totally beefs up the original in a big way. A shuffling percussion led intro is soon joined by a nice chunky kick that really gets the track on the move. A lush bass note takes over and oozes progressive house vibes to the backdrop of a tweaked vocal sample. The bassline rumbles through the sound as the layers come together to complete a truly epic slice of prog that is not to be missed.
Hady Tarek returns to Bonzai Progressive on remix duties after his debut Night Shift performed very well indeed. He also recently saw a stint on Bonzai Basik Beats radio show among other things. Here he churns out a top class offering as the intro boasts a cool punchy kick withy rhythmic percussions bringing up the rear. Short chord stabs tease as a very smooth guitar lick in introduced adding an air of Balearia to the groove. The deep bass which powers the track is accompanied by the beautiful vocal from Cotry and takes us to the break where that guitar lick becomes more prominent. Edgy stuff and a definite must for any party this summer.
Jakhira delivers his stunning Undercurrent Remix. Recently we saw Jack on remix duty for Kindred Spirits and Wild Guess as well as his own Princess EP which featured very well on the circuit. Here he strips the groove back to a smooth flowing progressive vibe. Cool, punchy kicks are complimented with a subtle yet very effective percussion line that keeps the rhythm grooving. Deep and lush basses are the order of the day as the track takes us through the paces beautifully. The vocal sits perfectly in the sound as it contrasts the bass wonderfully. The break serves up a very cool melodic sequence as stuttered strings and synths do their work. Excellent stuff that is not to be missed.
Lastly on this superb pack we have a stunning slice from deepAlexander who we last saw on remix duty for Matan Caspi and Chantola as well as his own Midnight Launch. Here the groove takes a laidback approach with smooth flowing rhythms. The intro goes deep with a chunky kick alongside subtle percussion as a bubbling bass lurks in the rear. Sweet melodic flavours filter through and tease throughout as the layers form. On the break deep rooted chords accompany that sultry vocal as the track heads back into the main groove for the duration. Classy stuff that will be a welcome addition to any set.
Jakhira steps up to the DJ booth for his guest mix on Bonzai Basik Beats with a smooth progressive set that will set any party off. Jakhira saw good support on his last Bonzai release ‘Princess EP’. When he’s not going solo he hooks up with his studio partner to form Kindred Spirit which has also gained much respect on the circuit. His set contains some gems for sure, Quincy, Silinder, Yoram, Martin Roth, Lolo, Airwave and Jimmy Galle are just some of the artists showcased today in a set that is not to be missed.
Tracklisting – Episode 203 – mixed by Jakhira:
1º Quincy – In Balance (Pole Folder & Cp Remix)
2º Silinder – A Doomed Endeavour (Original Mix)
3º Yoram – Back In Time (Matias Chilano Remix)
4º Michael & Levan And Stiven Rivic – Waste Land (Dmitry Molosh Remix)
5º Soulfinder Feat. Amanda Dempsey – Out Of Time (Silinder Remix)
6º Martin Roth – Suite 909 (Original Mix)
7º Alex Vidal – Stellarium (Van Bellen Remix)
8º Tom Conrad & Andre Bonsor – Marcahuasi (Velvet Girl Remix)
9º Lolo – Laia’s Theme (Original Mix)
10º Airwave Vs. Jimmy Galle – Karaba (Airwave Mix)
Kindred Spirits return to Green Martian with Close Up and comes with a fantastic remix from Jakhira. We last saw the guys a while back with Square 1 EP which saw good support from many quarters.
First up we have the Original Daytime Setting mix which gets right into full swing with a superb kick that punches through beautifully and is joined by cool and rhythmic percussion. On the break we see a sweet melodic piano take centre stage before crashing right back into this powerful mover. The track is driven by those wonderful basses that truly defines the characteristics of this duo as they deliver another top notch progressive house joint.
Jakhira’s Night-Time Setting mix is up next and again we see the quality of production dripping with purely progressive flavours. Nice and punchy clubby kicks are joined by tight percussion patterns that provide a solid rhythmic base. Beautifully sequenced melodies are big feature and sit perfectly with the groovy bassline. The break is a journey in itself as pads and strings combine with a sweet melodic piece before building back into this full on prog house slice. A definite must and not to be missed!
Belgium based DJ’s J.E.O.F., Config and P.O.W. make up Wild Guess. In the summer months of 2012 J.E.O.F. and Config decided to team together as the DJ duo Guess What?. A guest appearance in Culture Club and playing out at Houseworx parties in Ghent and Bruges rapidly got them noticed and became more popular in the region. As time passed by, they were looking forward to start producing their own tracks as well. Near the end of 2012, their producing career took a critical step forward when P.O.W, who had previous experience in producing, was eager to join the team. The result is this debut on Green Martian with ‘Nebulae’ which comes backed up with a superb remix.
The Original Mix intros with a nice chunky kick as an expertly crafted arp weaves its patterns and comes in to the fore. Smooth and silky strings sit in the background and add a cool tension to the sound. The bass comes at you in big phat chunks that give a real boost to the vibe and forcing you to move. A massive swaying synth soon takes control of the sound and on the break they are joined by a classy guitar lick before slamming right back into the main groove to round off a huge prog stomper.
Jack Jakhira is a regular contributor to the Bonzai network as both a remix artist and with his own material which we will be hoping to see more of soon. Here he gives us his Dusty Recreation which stays true to the original and delivers a stunning progressive vibe. Well rounded kicks get going with a tight percussive rhythm section leading up to a powerful grungy bass. Warm synths come through as the track heats up and we settle into a strong and solid groove. The break opens up a new world as sweet melodies combine before jumping right back into this fantastic journey through prog house. A truly epic ride that will no doubt be a big feature on many sets.
Bonzai Basik Beats welcomes back Jakhira for another sixty minutes of non-stop music!
Tracklisting – Episode 184 – mixed by Jakhira:
1º Nico Parisi – Caress (Inkfish Remix)
2º Phi Phi & Airwave – A Breeze On The Nile (Original Mix)
3º Dr. Avalance – Computer System (Van Bellen Remix)
4º Thorin – Hallucinogen (Kevin Vega Remix)
5º Lorchee – Hallucine Nation (Yuriy From Russia Remix)
6º Blue Amazon – No Other Love (Silinder Remix)
7º Diego Poblets – Waves (Matias Chilano Remix)
8º Mindgamers – The Crown (Original Mix)
9º Erdi Irmak – In The Middle Of The Night (Original Mix)
10º Twice As Nice – Overture (Guy J Remix)
Afterhour Trax 11 comes with original tracks and remixes by Airwave, Jimmy Galle, Inkfish, Nico Parisi, Matteo Monero, Domased Electronica, Sector 7, Audio Noir, Aamon, Tolga Diler, Kintar, Rishi K., Thorin, Relaunch, Noa Romana, Deersky, Aggressor, Ivan Nikusev, JJ Grant, Napalm & D-Phrag, Blufeld, Castra & Sovve, Matan Caspi, Anthony Yarranton, Dark Soul Project, Mindgamers, Cordoba, DeepDoul Duo, CJ Art, Jonny Calypso, Dafar, Flembaz, Jakhira and Kindred Spirits.
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Another Bonzai Basik Beats radioshow, this week featuring Jakhira!
Tracklisting – Episode 176 – mixed by Jakhira:
1º Phi Phi & Airwave – Back On Track (Original Mix)
2º Manu Riga – Cimmerian (Van Bellen Remix)
3º Mick Burns – See Me Fall (Bart Van Wissen Spring Mix)
4º G ‘N’ P Tauro – Monte (Nicholas Van Orton Remix)
5º Philthy Chit – You And Me (Original Mix)
6º Airwave Vs. Dj Fire – Kabalash (Van Bellen Remix)
7º Luis Bondio – Imaginarium (Dousk Remix)
8º Kindred Spirits – Square 1 (Jakhira Remix)
9º Space Manoeuvres – Quadrant Four (Sonorous Remix)
10º Moshic – False Emotion (Philthy Chit Remix)
8th installment in the Club Traxx – Progressive House series, featuring original tracks and remixes by Manu Riga, Cid Inc., Lloyd Trimmer, 21street, Stan Kolev, Matan Caspi, Airwave, DJ Fire, Kintar, Gai Barone, LoQuai, Philthy Chit, Matteo Monero, Audio Noir, AquAdro, Moshic, Hector Sawiak, Chantola, J-Junior, Angga, Rise And Fall, John 00 Fleming, Christopher Lawrence, Santiago Garcia, Dark Soul Project, Franbeats, Anthony Yarranton, Zan Prevvé, WayWork, Jakhira, Kindred Spirits, CJ Art, Michael & Levan, Stiven Rivic, Rishi K., JJ Grant and Digital Department.
The very talented Belgium based producer Jakhira is back once again with another fine slice of progressive on his three track “Princess EP”. Jacks recent outings have gained highly respected reviews from across the world with features among download portals becoming quite regular. This is a testament to the quality on offer from this guy with much more to come for sure.
“Princess” kicks us off with a lush progressive vibe constructed out of warm and melodic sounds. The intro has the classic kick, hat and percussion element, a cool synth sound fades through before leading up to a superbly deep bassline with some acid tweaks thrown in. Subtle melodies find their way through as the track winds down into the break before coming back to full on prog house mode, great stuff.
“Lingala” provides cool progressive beats with a wonderful guitar overlay that adds a little melody to the sound. Nice, solid rhythms with the drum section and a subtle yet highly effective bassline tie the track up beautifully. As the track eases on we see some classy sounds come in with melodies becoming more prominent, on the break these sounds blend together superbly creating a fine slice of prog which is not to be missed.
“UR Love” gets moving with some tight drum arrangements with classic deep house vibes running through. The bassline powers into the track and sets the scene for a fantastic house journey. Wonderful vocal samples lift the track up beautifully alongside superb synth work. Brilliant track with a retro feel and one that will please a lot of jocks.
A regular feature within the Bonzai realm makes a welcome return, Matan Caspi delivers us his latest cut entitled “Muddy Dreams” which comes backed up with two brilliant remixes from two very talented youngsters.
The Original Mix is pure progressive house utopia with a super tight upbeat arrangement, Matan really goes to town with this one, it is a real treat to listen to as the drums weave out a flowing rhythm against some superb synth work and groovy basses. The big feature on the track are the outstanding vocal samples which really tie the whole thing up beautifully. A must for any house jock!
The awesome talent of Anthony Yarranton is shown once again with his remix. Aside from his own “Cotton Candy EP” back in June this year, he had also featured as a remixer on Quadran’s “Rumour” which has seen fantastic reviews from all quarters. In this remix the groove is smooth as the track builds nicely with cool kicks, soft hats and a subtle pad. The break delivers some well crafted synths before a vocal sample takes us back into the main track, great stuff.
Fresh off the back of his “Miracle EP”, Jakhira is back with more stunning prog vibes. A rhythmic intro full of many percussive elements get us moving with a well toned kick following suit. Cool, funky riffs fill the sound as the groovy bass eases through. Great use of vocals here as the track gets into full on club mode making this one to watch on the floors. The break boasts a wonderful array of lush pads before heading straight back into the main track, excellent stuff.