Kazko returns to Bonzai Progressive with the superb, Raam Krama. This one follows his debut slice – Fenix, which proved popular among many. Hailing from Sri Lanka, Kazko is an underground DJ and producer who became involved with electronic music in 2020. In early 2021 he took a liking to progressive house and Afro house, gaining great support on several releases. His mission is to make people smile, and his journey continues with great success.

The Original Mix opens the release with hypnotic percussions and ethereal sounds before a warm kick drum and deep, probing basses beef up the groove. Various Ethnic vocals combine, delivering a choir of rich harmonies to the backdrop of an orchestra of melodic phrases. Vibrant sounds with a cultural theme, top-notch stuff. Franco La Cara is up first on remix duties, continuing a string of releases and recent remixes, he remains on top form. Here, he dishes out a punchy, upfront remix that will definitely get the dancefloor moving. A sturdy groove is built around a framework of tight beats, rhythmic percussions and rich Eastern flavoured vocals. The bassline stands out, drawing us with its infectious power, making this a must have, no doubt. We welcome Aurelien Stireg back to BP with a solid remix. He recently headed up Bonzai’s incursion into the NFT world, with a fantastic remix on Bonzai All Stars’ Poncho Girl. On the remix here, he unleashes a wonderfully vibrant, tribal groove, with a cacophony of drums at the core. Flurries of exotic percussions join in as captivating vocals ring out alongside bright, melodic instruments. A deep droning bassline binds the groove making it the perfect fodder for the late-night sessions.

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