1 MUUI release ‘In the Last Hours’ on Here Now.… Out Now @BEATPORT
2 Daredevil (AR) release ‘Here’ on Dynamica… Out Now @BEATPORT
3 Orphix release ‘Are You Waiting’ on Somn’thing Progressive… Out Now @BEATPORT
4 Feri release ‘Mirrors’ on Grodd Inc… Out Now @BEATPORT
5 Audio Anonymous & Ipcress release ‘Helch’ on IbogaTech… Out Now @BEATPORT
6 Da Fresh release ‘Aquila’ on Area Verde… Out Now @BEATPORT
7 Rockka release ‘Star Voyage’ on Deepwibe Underground… Out Now @BEATPORT
8 Michael A release ‘Lunar Eclipse’ – The Remixes on Abstract Space Records… Out Now @BEATPORT
9 802.11n release ‘001/002’ on M5… Out Now @BEATPORT
10 Steel Sounds & Following Light release ‘Range’ on ANCL Lincor… Out Now @BEATPORT
11 Mavra & Du Saint release ‘Let’s Make Fire’ on Blacktone… Out Now @BEATPORT
12 AlexK release ‘Ambience’ on C.A.Y. Records… Out Now @BEATPORT
To start off the week we have some the greatest melodic tracks from the past week…
Are We Waiting is an epic melodic house beast with a classic prog feel. Melodic beats draw you into the world of Orphix with its soaring arpeggio’s and sultry vocal before it drops to a driving bassline, sharp percussion building into a deep yet lush late night club heater full of haunting moments in piano house.
Audio Anonymous join Ipcress (Nanoplex) for this sizzling beast of a psychedelic techno track along with a cheeky remix from DJ James Monro. Taking its name from the UK graffiti artist of the same name, ‘Helch’ was conceived over many months and iterations before the final mix was ready. A confirmed change of direction for everyone involved – every sound in this track was created from scratch.
Abstract Space Records is proud to present the Remixes EP of Michael A’s hit track ‘Lunar Eclipse’, and we have two dashing progressive warriors as remixers namely FOL’s featured Paul Hamilton who hails from Malta and debutant Teklix who hails from Sri Lanka. Both of them present the ecstatic versions of the original theme and gorgeous arrangments.
Paul Hamilton rewrites the original theme with a more nostalgic approach and leaves you in wonderment with his remix. Whereas Teklix does his version of the original bassline by putting more energy with a Persian vendetta and launching it with full power which spreads like a wildfire.
The space around us, as the world, is infinite. What could be more tempting to go as far as possible from our usual existence.