London based electronic music producer Orphix aka Kris Stewart, returns to Bonzai Progressive with the superb, You Don’t Know Me. This one follows his excellent remix for Anthony Spallino & Aurelien Stireg’s, Spark, from the start of the year. Kris continues to push the boundaries, ensuring his output is smothered in quality. He is always refining his technical abilities while developing a unique style which brings a fresh approach to the progressive sound. Always a pleasure having him here.
The Original Mix kicks off the release, churning out some beautiful Summer vibes thanks to cascading melodic arps, warm basses and a general feel-good factor. Lush vocals leap out of the groove, adding a rich character to the sound which is destined for the terraces, no doubt. Top-notch stuff. We welcome Cortex Thrill back to BP on remix duties for this one. Following on from their solid remix of Manu Riga’s Lose The Game, the guys continue to output top quality sounds. We have more coming from the duo very soon, so stay tuned. In true CT style, we’re met with an array of cosmic vibes that blend effortlessly together for a solid slice of prog goodness. Chugging basses, tight beats and hypnotic arpeggios deliver the desired effect as the vocal sends us further into the stratosphere. Madrid based artist Jacob Singer is back at BP, fresh off his last release with us – Visnhu EP, with a top-notch remix which celebrates his diverse and unique style. On the remix here, Jacob takes us on a sublime journey as airy, delicate melodies caress the groove alongside deep, droning basses and vibrant piano chords. Kazko rounds out the release, making a welcome return to Bonzai Progressive with a solid remix, which comes just a few short months after his debut slice titled, Fenix, saw great support from across the board. Here, he delivers a punchy, upfront groove filled with super tight beats and rhythmic percussions. Wispy pads and subtle arpeggio melodies mesmerize as cool synth chords beef up the groove. On the break, enchanting vocals and gritty stabs build to a climax into the final act, making this an absolute must have.