Label: Bonzai Progressive
Release date: 2019-01-14
Catalog number: BP8172019
Canadian artist Rob Dawson aka Magnovis returns with the fantastic Rudimentary Hypnosis which features a solid remix from Ewan Rill. Hi last outing here was back in March 2018 with Fifth Dimension which gained great support. Magnovis mindfully crafts music that expresses his infatuation with sound. Each piece is an opportunity to work with people close to him or to explore a new sensation that invokes the desire to groove. He understands that music is a community, and he always intends to bring his values to the soundboard in a way that makes a better experience for listeners and artists alike. Evoking many of the sounds reminiscent of the past, he keeps striving to move forward with fresh grooves and elemental prowess. Citing Victor Calderone, Guy J., Guy Mantzur, Cid Inc., and Chus & Ceballos as his influences, his listeners wholeheartedly agree that he has carved his own signature sound. It’s these personal touches that make Magnovis’ pieces shine. His tracks are infectious, bold, and, most importantly, uniquely his.
On the Original Mix we’re taken on a melodious journey deep into progressive house. Powered by a thumping kick drum and tight percussion patterns, an underlying hypnotic sequence adds fuel to the groove for a cosmic experience. The rippling low end provides maximum impact making this an absolute must for any set builder.
Ewan Rill aka DJ and producer Ivan Romanovskii is back at Bonzai Progressive with a superb remix which follows his last effort from back in March 2018 alongside K Loveski and their Ametino EP. Ivan is no stranger to these shores having already secured several quality releases here including original works and remixes. As ever we witness the sheer talent this guy has to offer as he delivers the goods once more. He has more than a thousand tracks across a multitude of labels and he remains a leading artist in the electronic music world, enjoying great support from top DJ’s with whom he has also played alongside at top venues. On the remix here, Ewan wastes no time in getting right down to business. From the get go we’re locked into a deep, probing bass filled sound with punchy kicks and shimmering arpeggios. Bright crispy hi hats and rhythmic percussions light up the rhythms as laid-back melodies meander through the groove. A real chunky progressive mover that will not disappoint.