Melodic Monday | Releases Of The Day

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1  Fractal Architect release ‘Barometric / Moments of Clarity’ on IbogaTech… Out Now @BEATPORT

2  Simon Sinfield release ‘Impega’ on ICONYC Noir… Out Now @BEATPORT

3  Pedro Sanmartin release ‘Who’s in Control’ on Dynamica … Out Now @BEATPORT

4  Ritchie Haydn release ‘Dearly’ on Soleid… Out Now @BEATPORT

5  Night Tantra release ‘Tibet’ on ANCL Lincor… Out Now @BEATPORT

6  Various Artists release ‘4/4 #46’ on 1980 Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT

7  Seleck Release ‘Eagle Eye’ on Area Verde… Out Now @BEATPORT

8  Kelle Release ‘Alla’ on Figura Music… Out Now @BEATPORT

9  FSIBYA Release ‘Moving Backwards / A Bite’ on COOD… Out Now @BEATPORT

10  Sebas Ramos Release ‘Dulce’ on Sweet Harmony Records… Out Now @BEATPORT

11  Yogurt Cookie release ‘’til Sunrise / Glimpses of the Past’ on Incepto Music… Out Now @BEATPORT

12  Scanfix release ‘Clouds’ on Forescape Digital… Out Now @BEATPORT

13  Seba Silva release ‘Temporal Space’ on Spring Tube Limited… Out Now @BEATPORT

14  Inner Output release ‘Death in the Basement’ on Sunny Records… Out Now @BEATPORT

Today we have hand-picked some of the best melodic tunes from the week…

UK artist Fractal Architect is back on IbogaTech with another deep and atmospheric two tracker. The title track ‘Barometric’ is a powerful hypnotic groove, with layers of analog synths and complex percussion combining to deliver some dance floor magic.
‘Moments of Clarity’ is a deeper and more contemplative affair, with emotive pads and glassy arps underpinned by a driving rhythm section.
Fractal Architect once again delivers an EP full of the depth and quality synonymous with Iboga Tech.

With ‘Impega’ we welcome Simon Sinfield to ICONYC Noir. Simon treats us with a brand-new track that oozes class and sophistication. ‘Impega’ features rich driving textures; as well as euphoric and moody deep house vibes to satisfy ambient, uplifting and feel good needs, which are the keywords for this beautiful and extraordinary release. Simon opens proceedings with his smashing original mix. His musical development is in full swing, interspersed subtle effective percussion, accompanied by profound floaty grooves and indie influences lead the way. Utilizing the hypnotizing groove, as the basis of the original underpinned by a rumbling bass that gradually eases its way to the breakdown, before unleashing into a rising melodic hook intertwined with the infectious groove that fades in and out for maximum effect. The first remix comes courtesy of Futur-E; which hits all the right chords from the word go.

From London comes this great Melodic House & Techno single made by the young artist Ritchie Haydn.

The original song is deep and emotional, mixed with sweet vocal melodies. This Single is completed by its instrumental version.

4/4 artist series continues and kicks starts you summer with these 4 club cuts.

All 4 artists are making their debut on 1980 Recordings, Hausmore has remixes on 1980 Recordings but this time his drops an original.

Fanatic funk is the master of big mean sounding progressive house, he doesn’t disappoint with ‘Armageddon’. Hausmore brings his housey sound with ‘Things You Do’. Max Metrix takes us on a beautiful melodic house journey. Then Steven Homme brings us up with that big American progressive house sound.

Shamil Gaysin aka Scanfix marks his well-deserved debut on the label and what a phenomenal release it is! Deep progressive basslines, atmospheric pads and textures, chunky percussion, driving acid lines and haunting melodies, all of that have been put together masterfully. Outstanding.

Spring Tube Limited’ 143rd release is the 2-tracker EP by Seba Silva from Argentina’s capital Buenos Aires who debuted on our main label within ‘Nu Breeds 17′ installment past year.Spring Tube Limited’ 143rd release is the 2-tracker EP by Seba Silva from Argentina’s capital Buenos Aires who debuted on our main label within ‘Nu Breeds 17’ installment past year.

Inner Output is an electronic music project by Omri Assayag, musician and producer based in Israel who puts all his attention into making deep music. The inspiration for ‘Death In The Basement’ came from the underground night clubs in the Techno scene.
Analog synths and drum patterns mixed together with dark and sweepy rhythms. With only a few sounds and minimalistic content, this track takes you all the way to a mysterious journey by Inner Output vision.

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