Abity aka Argentina natives Jóse Duque and Bruno Signorelli debut on Bonzai Progressive with a surreal blend of deep proggy tech vibes in the form of the two tracker Verwendung. These two close friends both got into music from a young age and they have been working together for many years with great results on the floors and behind the decks. In 2009 the duo released their first EP on the label Buena Musica Recordings which quickly rose the charts on Beatport before peaking at number 16 in the sales charts. In 2010 releases on the prestigious Baroque Records and Remedy Records before securing a major release on Armada Records. They have played alongside many top jocks including Paul Oakenfold, Arty, Sander Kleinenberg, Marco V, Tocadisco, John Acquaviva, King Unique, Andy Moor, Anthony Pappa, D-Nox and many more. In Buenos Aires they have graced the decks at clubs like Pacha, Big One, Privilege, Club One, Caix, Sunset, and so on. A dynamic duo indeed, we’ve no doubt there’ll be lots more from these guys in the years ahead.
Verwendung intros with a real smooth and steady drum arrangement that leads to a sublime, bubbling bassline coupled with a rising dark melody. The groove darkens as various bass layers are added creating a rich and dynamic sound. A deep sense of melancholy sets in that completely hooks the senses. One for the late night crew here, not to be missed.
Do Not Cry is an epic slice that takes us on a journey deep progressive house with a twist. Leading the way we find a tight drum arrangement filled with rhythmic percussions and a chunky kick drum. The low end boasts a rumbling bassline which drives the groove while melodic arpeggios create surreal textures. On the break we’re hypnotized and mesmerized as several layers of melody converge into one, locking us in for the duration. Superb stuff and a definite must have.