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Club Traxx – Progressive House 10th installment comes with original tracks and remixes by John 00 Fleming, The Digital Blonde, Moshic, Yuriy from Russia, 21street, Relaunch, Phi Phi, Airwave, Kasall, Dark Soul Project, Dale Middleton, Michael & Levan, Stiven Rivic, Rafa’EL, Darko De Jan, Kastis Torrau, Arnas D, Cordoba, Velvet Girl, Tome Conrad, Andre Bonsor, Mindshield, Domased Electronica, Lonely Sun, Nicolas Agudelo, Aggressor, Ivan Nikusev, Samotarev, Paduraru, Spacebeat, Javanny, EmLab and One Million Toys.
Gearing up for another round of quality cuts is Bonzai’s latest vinyl venture “Bonzai Worx – Volume 3″. This pressing comes complete with four top drawer tracks and a couple of outstanding remixes from the very impressive roster of artists and labels Bonzai has to offer. Give your record bag a reason to exist and grab your limited copy, you will not be disappointed.
First up we have Metodi Hristov’s remix of Mindgamers track “Can You Feel It”. Metodi turns the cool meter way up with a superb big club friendly effort. All the goodness of house with the prog element shining through, super suave steady rhythm filled with tight percussion and a subtle kick. The big focus here is the awesome bassline backed up with a mesmerizing vocal which works an absolute treat.
Matan Caspi’s remix of Chantola’s “Make It Happen” is a perfect selection for vinyl as he drops a hint of tech into the prog house vibe while keeping the coolness and suave of the main sound, very well crafted remix, a little more synth work and some crisp guitar keeps the summer theme alive.
Paduraru’s “Games For Girls” makes the cut with a strong and steady rhythm on the beats and a wonderful bassline adding extra weight. Top quality synth work here in a true progressive groove, on the break we get an off key piano that adds melancholy to the track. Big strings make a show and a well rounded track is the end product, top stuff destined for many boxes.
Loquai & Shimmer’s very well received “Fly Fortress” is a must for this vinyl, kicking off into an awesome world of progressive vibes with very subtle yet highly effective melodies. Real cool steady rhythm with the kicks and percs, the melodies are enhanced with some brilliant rising pads and FX with a chunky bassline tying things up nicely.
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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.
Romanian born Cristian Paduraru is a well established producer and DJ on the scene. He is an extremely busy artist with a huge amount of releases and remixes under his belt across many many different labels. He is heavily involved with Christian Records and The Remix Label with an eclectic mixture of styles he can turn his hand to. In the mid nineties he took to the stage with a live performance act called Fire In Water with the style being acid breakbeat with ambient techno. Moving into the 2000’s saw Cristian take to the studio as his main profession and the results are stunning. Today we see Cristian make his full Bonzai debut after brilliant remixes on Manu Riga’s “Everything Comes To An End” and Pablo Gael’s “Libelula”, with the superb prog-tech hybrid, “Games For Girls EP”.
The title track starts us off in Paduraru’s signature style with his Deeptech mix. Strong and steady rhythm on the beats with a wonderful bassline adding extra weight. Top quality synth work here in a true progressive groove, on the break we get an off key piano that adds melancholy to the track. Big strings make a show and a well rounded track is the end product, top stuff destined for many boxes.
“Energetic Enthusiasm” takes on a more minimal approach with tech in mind. A very prominent electro kick takes the lead and builds up along with some quality percussions providing a perfect groove. On the break we get classic tech-house styled synth work with an added short vocal sample with great effect. Big party vibe on this that will have many floors bouncing!