The legendary producer Jon The Dentist joins us on Bonzai Progressive with his debut (using this alias) Pyramid 96. Based in the UK, John Vaughan has been no stranger to BP over the last few years having delivered solid remixes and original works using his Jon Voorn guise. Of course, he is famous for the edgier, tougher sound he championed alongside the best in the business during the 90’s and early 00’s. His affiliation with Bonzai runs deeper still with a superb remix of Phrenetic System’s Basic Tune on Bonzai Records UK and one of the very best remixes (according to Franky Jones) of The First Rebirth alongside Baby Doc on Prolekult. No matter what persona he brings, we’re delighted to have him on board.

To kick off the release, the Original Mix intros with cool atmospherics before a robotic voice sets the beats loose. Tension builds throughout, charged by chunky, subby basses and backed up with infectious arpeggios and massive synths. Manu Riga returns on remix duties once again. Fresh off the back of his latest release, Tainted Hope, we’re blown away yet again with what this guy has to offer. Here, he strips down the original, stamping his mark with a deep-rooted groove while utilising plucky notes and a strong, chugging bassline. Sublime vocals are interspersed throughout, adding character and making this one the perfect fodder for the late-night sessions. Gelios also returns on the remix, after his latest successful release, Gamma. A name fast becoming synonymous with damn fine music, we’re delighted to have him back. His remix rounds out the release with a beefed up, euphoric vibe. The interpretation boasts big, wide synths, charging basses and exotic percussions, a peak time mover, no doubt.

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