Women in dance is rather like women in politics, they’re on the rise, in demand and continue to make their presence felt! Whilst female DJs and producers aren’t a new concept, it’s hard to think of a time when so many have made in-roads to the male domi-nated world of dance.
“We’re not political in any way,” says Mutants artist-in-chief John Dahlback, “It really is all about the music at the end of the day, but it’s undoubtedly great to see a female DJ and producer debut on the label.”
Helena also confirms that Australia is a burgeoning hotbed of talent as she joins James Frew in the Mutants family. “Mutants, to me, was a perfect match for Breathe,” she en-thuses, “I was really happy when they were into the vibe of the track. It is such a respected label; their sound is unique and they are not afraid to push the boundaries with the music they release.” Wise words to be sure as ‘Breathe’ does present a fresh take on the euphor-ic, electro genre…
HELENA – Breathe (Original Mix)
Rui Da Silva, world renowned DJ, Producer, self owned record label boss, creative and all round musical innovator returns to the forefront of dance music yet again with a wealth of new slick club material for a brand new era of progressive dance music set for release early 2014, followed onwards with a brand new album release. A certified sure fire ‘Ones To Watch’ for next year.
Rui is no stranger to the music game, he’s been involved in the music since he was a kid, learning and honing the creative talents that led him to create the legendaryUnderground Sound of Lisbon, who exploded onto the scene with the seminal release, ‘So Get Up’ championed by Junior Vasquez and Danny Tenaglia it fast became the choice New York dancefloor track on constant rotation, forging the way for the collective as the most influential electronic dance band out of Portugal till this day. Rui relocated to London to create and run his own successful label, Kismet (13 years strong), where he released under his own name the worldwide smash release‘Touch Me’, a stunning sultry all time classic track still played on dancefloors worldwide today.
Rui’s latest body of work spawns his new track ‘New Lover’, an in toxic mix of all his finest ingredients that embraces all the unique elements of his finely honed and recognisable sound. It’s a track packed with hypnotic layers and haunting tribalistic vocal’s with a collaboration from one of the UK’s most freshest rising talents, Penny F, an undeniably lustrous mix.
The continuously flowing, rolling bassline, gently carries along Penny F’s stunning, melodic vocals, unfolding a pulsating, insistent, sexy and mysterious body shaking dancefloor demand that defies you not to dance.
Rubdowns come from fellow partners in crime, Missing Beats and Twelve Mindswho both bring banging, cutting edge remixes to the table.
2014 is set to burn brightly for Rui Da Silva as he continues to evolve, transform and create his ever-changing musical canvas, while surfing the edge of new sounds.
Rui Da Silva releases ‘New Lover Ft. Penny F’ and remixes on Kismet Records 24th February followed on by a new album release in 2014.
‘Dreaming Wide Awake’
3rd September 2013
Swedish superstar Avicii unearthed & welcomed newcomer Audrio to his label Le7els last year, and he is now set to release his new single ‘Dreaming Wide Awake’ on the label on3rd September. The original production from the Swedish prodigy confirms Le7els‘ uncanny eye for scoping out promising talent and unlocking their true potential.
Showcasing once again his masterful fusion of melodic progressive house leads and gritty electro beat work, Swedish up-and-comer Audrio confirms the country’s reign on the international scene. ‘Dreaming Wide Awake’ sees him leap from euphoric leads to thumping basslines and dirty beats crafted in a dynamic arrangement. On remix duties, Daniel Beasley offers the perfect counterpoint, delivering a more laid back, fluid version of the track while retaining its dance floor edge.
Inspired by Daft Punk, Avicii, Alesso and Swedish House Mafia, and after much experimenting, Audrio created his trademark modern acid sound. It is now fair to say that Audrio emerges this year as a solid investment
Following the release of Sebjak’s definitive Summer anthem ‘Follow Me’, an impressive selection of talent has been collected on this diverse remix package.
“Follow Me” was Sebjak’s first release on Positiva Records. Following support for the original Mix from Andi Durrant (Capital FM, U.K.), among others, and charting on the Music Week Cool Cuts and the DMC Buzz Chart, this Summer saw the release of the new vocal version. “Follow Me”’s epic irresistible vocals, massive hooks, delicate keys and emotive chord play made it a definitive Summer anthem. Now ‘Follow Me’ is getting the remix treatment from a diverse lineup of talent, with Gregori Klosman, DEVolution, Mike Hawkins and Jerry Rekonius all putting their own spin on the original.
Having watched the rise of his fellow countrymen, Sebastian Jak set out to become the next success story in Sweden’s already impressive dance music history. By 2006, Sebjak as he was now known started to produce music of his own. Having pricked the ears of the likes of Steve Angello, Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso with his fresh and energetic approach to production, Sebjak was asked to remix for the world-acclaimed Size Records with fellow producer AN21.
His stock rose immediately and Sebjak began to pull in the attention from the biggest DJs and producers in the world. Erick Morillo and his Subliminal label were next to release the young Swedish producer, unleashing his collaboration with Richard Grey, ‘Pump Up The Volume.’ David Guetta and Tiesto were just two of the single’s many supporters.
Remixes have also seen the 24 year old Swede add his deft touch to Laidback Luke, Arno Cost and Norman Doray’s hit, ‘Trilogy’ which was released on Luke’s own imprint Mixmash, in addition to Swiss Official vs. Kings Of Tomorrow ‘Changes’ which saw another release on Size Records. Sebjak was also responsible for a killer remix of Mogui’s ‘We Want Your Soul’ which went on to be bootlegged by Swedish House Mafia for their famous hit ‘Leave The World Behind,’ the track they decided to close their Masquerade Motel residency in Miami 2011 with.
Sebjak is a regular behind the decks in clubs around the globe. From England to France, USA, Germany, Israel, Swiss, Dominican Republic, Morocco, Serbia and Brazil, which has become his favourite place to tour, Sebjak has rocked them all. Standout gigs have included LIV in Miami, Subliminal Sessions at Arkadia and an incredible performance at Summerburst in Stockholm in front of 12,000 people. When not out on the road solo, he can spotted with any other top name from Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso, Axwell, AN21 Max Vangeli, Bob Sinclar, Norman Doray, Arno Cost, Laidback Luke, Moguai, David Tort, Avicii, David Guetta, John Dalhbäck, Eric Prydz and beyond.
Cr2 Records 2012 Miami Music Week / WMC Compilation
Features 15 brand new, unreleased tracks including an exclusive club track
by Nicky Romero titled “Se7en”
Listen to the promo mix
CR2 Live And Direct Presents
Mixed by MYNC & Nicky Romero
Digital Release: Feb 20
CD release: March 5
Rest Of World: http://bit.ly/Miami2012ROW
Cr2 Records are excited to announce their 2012 Miami WMC Compilation release – “Miami 2012 – mixed by MYNC and Nicky Romero.” Launched in 2007, Cr2 Live & Direct compilations have showcased the most cutting edge house music from some of the world’s leading DJ / Producers including Dirty South, Micky Slim, Oscar G, Harry ‘Choo Choo’ Romero & Jose Nunez, Arno Cost & Norman Doray, Danny Rampling and MYNC.
MYNC & Nicky Romero
Back 2 Back – Miami 2012
CD1 // Mixed by MYNC
01. Chuckie Feat. Gregor Salto – What Happens In Vegas (Miami VIP)
02. Lunde Bros. – Some Kind Of Monster
03. Inpetto – No More Serious Faces
04. Chris Melin – With You
05. Pierce Fulton – Who Wants Spaghetti?
06. Lunde Bros. – What
07. Nilson – Restless
08. MYNC – Stadium
09. Kura – Love Will Find You
10. Nari & Milani vs Maurizio Gubellini – Up (Instrumental)
11. Azari & III – Reckless With Your Love (MYNC Stadium Mix)
12. Jerma – Believe In Love (Instrumental)
13. Sexxx – Bound For Glory
14. Stevie Mink & Katt Niall – Everyday
15. Faroeh – Anthem
CD2 // Mixed by Nicky Romero
01. Umek – Next Turn
02. Daddy’s Groove – Wild World (Instrumental Mix)
03. Billy Mason – It’s All Sorted
04. Nicky Romero – Camorra
05. Nilson – Bottled
06. Vida – I Got The love
07. Hardwell & Nicky Romero – Beta
08. Tara McDonald vs Sidney Samson – Dynamite (Nicky Romero Remix)
09. Hardwell – Spaceman (Compilation Edit)
10. Nicky Romero – Toulouse
11. Sandro Silva & Quintino – Epic
12. R3hab & Swanky Tunes vs Hard Rock Sofa – Sending My Love (Afrojack Edit)
13. Albin Myers – Hells Bells
14. Nicky Romero – Se7en
Oliver Lieb & Jimmy Van M
as The Audible Suspects
CD / Limited 12″ Vinyl / Digital Download
01. Oliver Lieb – Epsilon Eridani Reprise
02. Oliver Lieb – Epsilon Eridani – Davide Cali Remix
03. Ray Kajioka – Origins – Jimmy Van M Remix
04. Thomas Muller – One Hit One Night
05. Pele & Findling – Deep Sea
06. Mono Electric Orchestra – Blunt Force Trauma – Max Cooper Remix
07. D. Diggler – Weed
08. Daso –Rolling For The Mix
09. Lanny May – Soft Light Turns On
10. SF FM – The Depths
11. Ryan Davis – Satellite
12. Phil Kieran – Rocket Science Part 2
13. Joel Mull – Constant Crescendo
14. Phil Kieran & Green Velvet – Rocket Yourself
15. Digital Mess – Open The Box
16. Sascha Walter – Glastank – Tobias Felbermayr Remix
17. Oliver Lieb – Helios
Germany’s Oliver Lieb and USA’s Jimmy Van M have come together as The Audible Suspects to launch “Collaborations”, a new creative platform for Bedrock in 2012.
This project is the culmination of a journey over many years, through Jimmy’s pursuit of Oliver’s music, resulting in their friendship and now this collaboration. Many years ago Jimmy was among the first people to bring Oliver to the USA to play and was the first to arrange a tour for him to perform live and now the time is right for The Audible Suspects to be born.
“After my break from producing, I was slowly getting back to working again and one of the first steps was to care about my online presence, Facebook etc. I added Jimmy, making contact again and soon we talked about working together on some projects. and quickly had the idea of doing a compilation. Like my monthly podcasts, I wanted to gather together new, interesting music from well-known and more underground or undiscovered people and focus on the techy side of things, which actually is my main playground. So, our collaboration is based on grooves and interesting sounds, as well as melodies, that don’t just aim for big commercial success but more for some exciting trippy development of audible space.” – Oliver Lieb
Frankfurt based DJ & producer Oliver Lieb has been in the premier league of electronic producers since the early 90’s and always keeps surprising and amazing people with his extraordinary sounds and diversity of styles. He views music as an endless horizon of expressing himself and refuses to be pigeonholed in one specific genre, an attitude well suited to the Bedrock ethos. The mighty, soaring, “Parallax”, was a highlight on John Digweed’s “Structures Two” album, and the exceptional “Epsilon Eridani EP” (Bed99) followed last summer. So it is fitting that both an unreleased Reprise and Italian producer Davide Cali’s remix open and set the stage for this collaborative musical adventure.
From the outset the selected music emulates a night out at a club with a top quality underground soundtrack, digging deep and blending subtle sparseness with hypnotic drive, teasing and building anticipation and excitement with ease. Jimmy Van M exhibits his superb remix skills reworking “Origins” by German techno producer Ray Kajioka, which flows seamlessly into BPitch Control’s rising star Thomas Muller’s “One Hit One Night” and on into Get Physical’s Pele and Findling. Oliver and Jimmy continue to join the dots between the most exciting, talented, new producers and remixers as they feature the wildly creative Max Cooper, Andreas Mügge (in his D.Diggler guise), Daso Franke and the excitingly experimental Lanny May. “Flow is very important. I connected with Oliver on this right from the beginning when listening to his LSG ‘Vol. 2’ and LSG ‘Into Deep’ albums. Over the years we’ve become friends and I’ve always hoped for an opportunity to work together. So, The Audible Suspects project is very exciting for me. When getting the music together for this compilation we quickly realized where it was going and took the direction of strong yet still simple tracks. We focused considerably on the sound quality of each track and the final mix mastering which you can tell by turning it up loud!” – Jimmy Van M
Over the last decade and a half few individuals could claim the type behind-the-scenes influence on American dance culture as Jimmy Van M. His tireless efforts can be credited with having helped advance electronic dance music throughout the North America, opening avenues for artistic expression in dance-clubs that did not previously exist before him and his very unique efforts. When it comes to atmosphere, vibe and drive there are very few DJs that can stand alongside Jimmy Van M.
The mix builds in intensity with San Francisco duo SF/FM blurring the lines between the obscure and the straight forward, with their love of big room psychedelia, slipping effortlessly upwards with Traum’s Ryan Davis and Ireland’s Phil Kieran (who is later joined by Green Velvet for an encore performance). Sweden’s hugely talented techno DJ and producer Joel Mull shows off his star potential, as does the mysterious Digital Mess, before the unique sounds of Munich’s Tobias Felbermayr spiral into the mix finale of “Helios” by Oliver Lieb.
This is a mix that exhibits the best underground dancefloor attitude without sacrificing the electronic weirdness that sometimes gets lost in the pursuit of big-name tunes. There is a sense of musical maturity to the mix without it lacking in energetic charm. It’s a mix that is born out of desire to discover, excite and educate, and attitude that comes as the result of many years of waiting and searching for, that next inspirational track.
“Jimmy and Oliver have delivered a futuristic mix that locks you into a groove and won’t let go. This is cool electronic house meets spacious techno.” – John Digweed
Don’t waste any time… “Collaborations” can be ordered online now from the Bedrock store at http://www.bedrockmusic.bigcartel.com>
Denis A’s DAR and DARDIGITAL labels are on a creative roll in 2011, having already unleashed a series of stunning tracks and making their mark around the globe with each new release. Following the landmark 25th release on DAR (the ‘Diamond Edition Remixes’ package featuring two stunning reworks of classic Denis A tracks by Bedrock’s legendary Nick Muir) comes another release from one of the label’s most exciting young producers, Fran Von Vie.
Those with an ear for the underground will already be well aware of Fran Von Vie’s stunning remixes of Tech D’s ‘Subway’ (DARDIGITAL004) and Taboo’s ‘Epic Dream’ (DARDIGITAL005), and know that he is a young producer who is tipped for great things. He is always looking for new sounds and structures and doesn’t believe too much in genres, just in making things from the heart, because music is supposed to be felt, not necessarily, to be understood. His magical reworking of ‘Sith’ (DAR024), stripping it back and giving it an uplifting intensity in the final third that lifts it to another level, is a perfect example. Now it is time for Fran Von Vie to shine with his debut single for DAR.
Title track, ‘Forbidden Places’, is an instantly enthralling opener filled with exciting sounds as its subtle hypnotic nature shifts gear with croaking acidic pulses and spooky melodic flourishes with swathes of stand-out-from-the-crowd originality. ‘Sold Feelings’ ups the energy levels with a very catchy whistling melody line as it piles on the pressure and builds effortlessly into a mountainous monster of a track. This is big stuff from a big star of the future.
At the age of 14, Fran Von Vie began to compose music with a 486 PC and he made a lot of beats for international rap artists. At 15 he bought his first Technics 1200s and just a few months later he was playing around his hometown and had his own radio program every Friday for 2 years. At 17, he moved to Barcelona and became a resident DJ in ‘Baraka’, he played at the legendary ‘Apolo’ and helped in the editing process of the ‘ElectronicArtFestival’ DVD.
Gradually he became involved and immersed in more elegant, strong and characteristic sounds of the heavenly dub and progressive rhythms and in the summer of 2010 he started to take a serious interest in producing professional electronic tracks for the dancefloor. He released his first EP ‘Shaman’ on a free net label, and from that first moment he received support from the underground international scene.
Since it was only in the summer of last year that Fran Von Vie started to take a serious interest in producing professional electronic tracks for the dancefloor, his progress shows he is yet another hot talent to watch out for in 2011 and beyond on DAR. On this sort of form, the prospects for this exciting, forward thinking, Russian label are very exciting one indeed!
FRAN VON VIE
1. Forbidden Places (Original Mix) 10:02
2. Sold Feelings (Original Mix) 10:18
Made in Russia
Mastered by Robert Babicz
12” Vinyl / Digital
Release: Vinyl 31/10/11 Digital 14/11/11
Norman Doray to release his debut solo mixed compilation Strictly Ibiza To Amsterdam
Released October 10, 2011
Norman Doray’s summer has been one crammed full of top notch productions and storming gigs in the world’s best venues. Amongst regular trips to Ibiza to rock Ushuaia, Erick Morillo’s Subliminal Invasion and Masquerade Motel with Swedish House Mafia at Pacha, Norman also managed to co-produce the huge summer hit ‘Chase the Sun’ with David Tort, spending a huge 8 weeks in Beatport’s Top 10 chart.
Strictly Ibiza to Amsterdam is comprised of two discs – “Day” and “Night” which reflect the different sides of Norman Doray. “Day” is a tribute to Norman’s funk and disco roots and works in his brand new single ‘Kalifornia’ produced specially for this compilation with classics such as Phunkie Souls – ‘Tha Music,’ one of his all time personal favourites.
“Night” showcases the clubbier, progressive and tribal sound that he’s currently playing at clubs around the globe. The rhythm is higher, the tracks are stronger and it corresponds totally to what you’d expect from a night out with Norman Doray. Here Norman mixes together big room gear such as Dirty South & Thomas Gold feat. Kate Elsworth ‘Alive,’
Deniz Koyu ‘Tung!,’ Sebjak & Richard Grey ‘Pump Up The Volume’ and David Tort’s remix of ‘Kalifornia.’
‘Kalifornia’ combines a classic 80s disco feel with the sound of today’s true underground house scene to perfect effect. Drenched in feel-good disco vibes that come courtesy of some archetypal Studio54 strings, ‘Kalifornia’ shines with a glittering and vintage aesthetic while still injecting the drive. On the flip, David Tort adds more space and tones down the disco flamboyance in favor of pumping yet still very funky electronic beats. The result is insane, it works so well in club and it’s already supported by Swedish House Mafia, Dirty South, Tiësto, David Guetta and more.
“I really wanted to go back to my roots of funk and disco. I wanted to do something like Junior Jack or Kid Crème, who have always been my inspiration… I love progressive house and really clubbish tracks but I think it’s also important to show people your other face as a producer” – Norman Doray.
Norman Doray has a busy fall lined up with slots on Masquerade Motel and F*** I’m Famous in Ibiza and select US dates in mid-September.
CD1 – “Day”
1 – Todd Terry All Stars feat. Kenny Dope, DJ Sneak, Terry Hunter & Tara McDonald – ‘Get Down’ (Kenny Dope Original)
2 – Daniel Bovie & Roy Rox feat. Nelson – ‘Love Me’ (ATFC’s Soultek Vocal)
3 – Huggy & Dean Newton – ‘Soul Roots’ (Antranig Remix)
4 – Tristan Garner – ‘Jazz Me Up’ (Original Gangster Dub)
5 – Sandy Rivera & Yasmeen – ‘Love’ (Daddy’s Groove)
6 – Norman Doray – ‘Kalifornia’ (Original)
7 – Phunkie Souls – ‘Tha Music’ (Floats Your Cares Away)
8 – Jose Nunez – ‘Dance Again’ (Jose’s Subliminal Mix)
9 – Jose Nunez & Antranig – ‘Are You Ready’ (Original Mix)
10 – Sharam Jey pres. Soundz Fresh – ‘Let’s Get It On’ (Sebastien Drums & Rob Adens)
11 – Lil’ Mo’ Yin Yang – ‘Reach’ (Yin Yang Dub)
12 – Jose Nunez feat. Tania – ‘Bilingual’ (Jose Nunez 2010 Subliminal Mix)
13 – Norman Doray & Tristan Garner feat. Errol Reid / Ultra Naté – ‘Last Forever / Free’ (Norman’s Ibiza to Amsterdam Edit)
CD2 – “Night”
1 – Ministers De-La-Funk feat. Jocelyn Brown ‘Believe’ (Ministers De-La-Funk vs Antoine Clamaran & Sandy Vee)
2 – DLG vs Erick Morillo – ‘Where Are You Now’ (Demo Mix)
3 – Deniz Koyu – ‘Tung!’ (Original Mix)
4 – Eddie Thoneick & Erick Morillo feat. Shena – ‘Nothing Better’ (Muzzaik Remix)
5 – Fish Go Deep & Tracey K – ‘The Cure & The Cause’ (The Cube Guys Vocal Mix)
6 – Antranig – ‘Shake That Ass’ (Original)
7 – Markus Binapfl & Erick Morillo feat. Fiora Cutler – ‘Alive’ (Denis the Menace Club Mix)
8 – John Dahlbäck feat. Terri B – ‘Flirt’ (Original Extended Mix)
9 – Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Shawnee Taylor – ‘Stronger’ (Stronger Club Mix)
10 – Leventina – ‘Nightshift’ (Nikola & Groovenatics Remix)
11 – Sebjak & Richard Grey – ‘Pump Up The Volume’ (Original mix)
12 – Dirty South & Thomas Gold feat. Kate Elsworth – ‘Alive’ (Original Mix)
13 – Norman Doray – ‘Kalifornia’ (David Tort Remix)
14 – Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano – ‘Tribeca’ / David Penn & Rober Gaez – ‘What Is
House?’ (Norman’s Ibiza to Amsterdam Edit)
NORMAN DORAY ON TOUR
Sep 10 Ministry Of Sound London, United Kingdom
Sep 12 Masquerade Motel @ Pacha Ibiza, Spain
Sep 15 Arkadia Miami Beach, FL
Sep 16 Voyeur San Diego, CA
Sep 17 Beta Denver, CO
Sep 18 XS Nightclub Las Vegas, NV
Sep 19 Monday Social Hollywood, CA
Sep 22 F*** I’m Famous @ Pacha Ibiza, Spain
Oct 13 CDLC Barcelona, Spain
Oct 15 Der Rote Salon Hanover, Germany
Denis A’s DAR label (and the DARDIGITAL offshoot) is on a creative roll in 2011, having already unleashed a series of stunning tracks they continue to make their mark around the globe with each new release. Now, in October 2011, the DAR label marks a landmark 25th release with the ‘Diamond Edition Remixes’ package featuring two stunning reworks of classic Denis A tracks by Bedrock’s legendary Nick Muir.
Denis A’s ‘Das Auge’ original (DAR017) was a delicious slice of deep dark groove creation, that showed exactly why his production skills are turning so many heads right now. Now that Nick Muir has worked his production magic on ‘Das Auge’, it has been transformed into a veritable monster!!! The big room vibes are most definitely flowing with this massive dancefloor destroyer from John Digweed’s Bedrock studio partner.
Das Auge (Nick Muir Remix) Video:
The original version of Denis A’s ‘Sith’ appeared on DAR016, as an intense percussion led throb monster with a superb breakdown, and was hailed as a superb adventure in new electronic dance music. For his new edition, Nick Muir piles on the pressure and builds the level of explosive intensity to the maximum, as a true master of his art should.
Sith (Nick Muir Edition) Video:
Nick Muir has been a producer of superb electronic dance music for many years now and has been involved in many pivotal moments in the world of club music. He has in many ways helped to define genres & push the boundaries further. Never one to rest on past laurels, Nick Muir is always developing his sound in an exciting direction as these two new remixes show.
On this sort of form, the prospect of the next 25 releases on this exciting Russian label is a very exciting one indeed!
DIAMOND EDITION REMIXES
1. Das Auge (Nick Muir Remix) 08.38
2. Sith (Nick Muir Edition) 06.41
Made in Russia
Mastered by Robert Babicz
12” Vinyl / Digital
Release: Ltd Vinyl 12/9/11 – Beatport Exclusive 03/10/11 – General Digital Release 31/10/11
Denis A’s offshoot DAR DIGITAL label continues its quest to bring the best new electronic producers to the notice of the world on his DARDIGITAL label with the debut release from Koer.
Koer is a new, evolving musical project founded by Russian DJ/producer Altukhov Kirill, whose musical tastes and artistic development have been greatly influenced by the first Russian techno club, Tunnel, which he frequented often and later where he became a resident DJ and simultaneously began to develop his production skills. His style, which fuses underground techno and melodic dark progressive, is sure to impress here on ‘Electrica’ and he’s another talented young producer to watch out for.
Minitronix (Andrey Labuzov and Vladimir Samoylov) two DJ/producers from Omsk(Russia), hot from their remix of Denis A’s ‘Sith’ (DAR024) introduce more percussive elements and an alternative melodic vibe as they up the pace and energy levels with their interpretation of ‘Electrica’ Marcos Ecstatic (aka Ruslan Plehov) delivers a spacious bouncy percussive progressive remix, before Tenderheart (aka Oleg Tovkach) rounds off the package with clever dub-influenced melodic glitchy interpretation. If you remember Tenderheart’s beautiful remix of ‘Original Sun’ (DARDITIAL003) you’ll know that this Ukrainian
producer is another rising star to watch out for in 2011 as the new Eastern European electronic music scene develops apace.