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NU PROGRESSIVE 2 (PROGREZ)

 

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Second installment in the Nu Progressive series, this time around with original tracks and remixes by John 00 Fleming, Planisphere, Pierre Zamyatin, Diego Alvez, Michael & Levan and Stiven Rivic, Noa Romana & Deersky, Samotarev, Moshic, Manu Riga, Kintar & Rex, Tom Conrad, Andre Bonsor, Van Bellen, Stefan Djordevic, Sonsez, Audio Noir, Frangellico, Soundmodul, Moffous & Francesco Parla, Lemonchill, Kliment, The Revolving Junkie, The Idem, Kevin Vega and Loquai.

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19 June 2013 FEATURED  RELEASES Read more

CLUB TRAXX – PROGRESSIVE HOUSE 6 (BONZAI PROGRESSIVE)

 

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Sixth installment in the Club Traxx – Progressive House series comes with original tracks and remixes by Relaunch, Neon, Moshic, Mindgamers, Matan Caspi, Steve McGrath, Chris Sterio, LoQuai, Tom Conrad, Andre Bonsor, Van Bellen, Frangellico, Domased Electronica, Noa Romana, Deersky, Matt G., Booya featuring Iulia Constantin, Kintar, Crocy, Manu Riga, Timewave, Citizen 42, Philthy Chit, Oliver Morgenroth, Erich Lh, Cut Knob, Hector Sawiak, Blufeld, Kevin Vega, Paul Martinez, Fiddler, Thomas Genchev, Downgrooves, Mariano Mellino, Wally M, Deepfunk, and Mathov.

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29 May 2013 FEATURED  RELEASES Read more

IBIZA 2013 (BONZAI PROGRESSIVE)

 

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Ibiza 2013 comes with original tracks and remixes by Airwave, John 00 Fleming, Andre Bonsor, 06R, Davide Catania, Citizen 42, Philthy Chit, Blufeld, Kevin Vega, Chantola, LoQuai, Manu Riga, Frangellico, Shimmer, Dyron, Mindgamers, Metodi Hristov, Jakhira, Luckoni, Diego Alvez, Paduraru, Oushanmete, Pierre Zamyatin, Mylan, Scrub, Barbara Wahnon, Piek, Efron, Hector Couto, Ed Lee, Charles Ramirez, Dimitry Liss, Project KF, Rick Wade, Wonji, Fauvrelle, Rogerio Martins, Crocy, Pozitive, Joal, Tribal Warriors, Tofke, Ugur Yurt, Fabian Jakopetz, Dub Way, Ritch Mollen, Chanelle Pearl, Ecco, Yogimeister, Onofrio Conte, Oz Romita, W&DY, Victor Vera and Ozan Kanik.

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8 May 2013 FEATURED  RELEASES Read more

KEVIN VEGA – FEAR (PROGREZ)

 

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Kevin is a very popular figure around the Bonzai offices and we are delighted to have received this new release, a stomping progressive two tracker that we know will be a big floor hit.

The title “Fear” starts us off very subtly before a thumping bass crashes through along with some minimal percussive elements and a kick drum that teases throughout. Some real nice pads and stabs provide an epic feel while the FX on offer are top notch. This one is a builder and as the journey unfolds we are left in the midst of a true, proper progressive groove.

The much more melodic in nature “Mururoa” takes us to a different side of prog, hypnotic rhythms, vocals and upbeat melodies all make for a cool trip across this spectrum. The overall groove is quite laidback but this definitely has a huge punch and will perform well in any set.

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1 May 2013 FEATURED  RELEASES Read more

BONZAI BASIK BEATS 133 – MIXED BY KEVIN VEGA

Bonzai Basik Beats 133 comes by the hands of Kevin Vega!

Tracklisting – Episode 133 – mixed by Kevin Vega:

1º Takuya Yamashita – Quasar (Marc Poppcke Remix)
2º Nikko Z. – Love Dose (Guy Mantzur & Khen Remix)
3º Fiord & Simon Flower – High Tail (Jamie Stevens Remix)
4º Every – Feeling
5º Henry Saiz – Rhinemaidens
6º Willy Real & Lox D. – Against The Time (Microtrauma Remix)
7º The Revolving Junkie – No Stars
8º Fran Von Vie – Albatross (Oliver Lieb Remix)
9º Danny Tenaglia – Elements (The Chant)
10º Hawkinson – Introduction (Funk D’void Remix)
11º Planisphere – Memento (Manu Riga Remix)
12º Ricardo Tobar – Together (Fairmont Remix)

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21 March 2013 UPDATES Read more

BLUFELD – VIEWPOINT (GREEN MARTIAN)

 

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Music maestro Blufeld delivers another top quality production on our main label with this latest release which is backed up with some superb remixes.

“Viewpoint” is one of those musical moments that captivates the mind, warm, lush sounds swirl around in a melodic carousel. Very subtle intro that soon settles into a solid progressive groove, the many sounds build layer upon layer with a tight drum arrangement cementing the vibe. Real nice flow on this and a firm favourite for sure.

One of our most popular remixers Kevin Vega steps up to the desk with a more darker, harder edged sound while keeping the focus on the original. Well tuned kicks and percussions reside over some awesome synths where the melodies are almost sinister with a gritty feeling, top stuff!

Blufeld ramps up the energy on the first of two of his own remixes. Blufeld’s Distorted Reality Retake is a lot more upbeat with pulsating rhythms and some wonderful variations on the original melodies which will put this remix into a lot of playlists, big sound!

For his second remix we see Blufeld turn his hand to a more chilled out ambient sound which he does so very well. Beautiful sounds with feel good qualities that are perfect for those lazy days or relaxing evenings where your mind will wander, sublime.

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6 February 2013 FEATURED  RELEASES Read more

KEVIN VEGA – FRAGILE THINGS (PROGREZ)

 

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Kevin Vega, real name Kevin Verelst, born and raised in Antwerp, Belgium, got familiar with electronic music at a very young age. Experiencing the end of the new beat period late 80’s, he sat on the first row when house music was born.

Although too young to go out to clubs, Kevin discovered music such as ‘House party’ and bands as Channel X, Praga Khan and Neon. Later on, he followed the music as a teenager through programs such as Party Zone on MTV, showing music of FSOL, the Prodigy, Messiah,…

So back in 1994, he knew that this would become his life. At the age of 14, he bought his first vinyl record with ‘lunch money’, given by his parents. So instead of food, he just bought records, in that time more Rave orientated sounds. After a search for his musical identity, the switch came when he first heard Sasha and Digweeds ‘Northern Exposure’ album. From that time on, he became more progressive orientated.

In the year 1999, Kevin started learning by himself how to make music, using Reason 1.0. Bit by bit, his studio came to life, and so did his know-how. Nowadays, he creates different kinds of tunes, going from ambient, over electro and progressive, to more groove and house orientated sounds.

The future looks bright, let’s follow it!

11 July 2012 FEATURED  RELEASES Read more

BONZAI BASIK BEATS – EPISODE 19 – MIXED BY KEVIN VEGA

Tracklisting – Episode 19 – mixed by Kevin Vega:

1° Audio junkies & Lonya – Wet sands (Guy Mantzur’s feathers mix)
2° Marc Poppcke & Alex Niggemann – Sleepless nights
3° Patrick Chardronnet – Boggler
4° Guy J – Easy As Can Be
5° Fabrice Lig – Digital Forest
6° Van Meeteren & Hyde – Solar Brotherhood (Tigerskin remix)
7° Jamieson & C May – Homecoming (Sasha & Dimitri Nakov remix)
8° Audio junkies – Deeper
9° Project KF -Smile (Mark Prades remix)
10° Ticon – Jinxed (Christian Smith remix)
11° Maetrik – Glob Monster
12° Nick Muir & John Digweed – Bilder

Some more info about Kevin Vega:

Kevin Vega, real name Kevin Verelst, born and raised in Antwerp, Belgium, got familiar with electronic music at a very young age. Expiriencing the end of the new beat period late 80’s, he sat on the first row when house music was born. Although too young to go out to clubs, Kevin discovered music such as ‘House party’ and bands as Channel X, Praga Khan and Neon. Later on, he followed the music as a teenager through programs such as Party Zone on MTV, showing music of FSOL, the Prodigy, Messiah,… So back in 1994, he knew that this would become his life. At the age of 14, he bought his first vinyl record with ‘lunch money’, given by his parents :-). So instead of food, he just bought records, in that time more Rave orientated sounds. After a search for his musical identity, the switch came when he first heard Sasha and Digweeds ‘Northern Exposure’ album. From that time on, he became more progressive orientated. In the year 1999, Kevin started learning by himself how to make music, using Reason 1.0. Bit by bit, his studio came to life, and so did his know-how. Nowadays, he creates different kinds of tunes, going from ambient, over electro and progressive, to more groove and house orientated sounds. The future looks bright, let’s follow it!

13 January 2011 UPDATES Read more

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