Melodic Monday | Releases Of The Day

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1   Eynka release ‘Gambito / Monsoon’ on BeatFreak Recordings… Out Now @BEATPORT

2   MUUI release ‘PolaritaÃàt’ on Here Now.… Out Now @BEATPORT

3   Perpetual Universe release ‘Death Ray’ on MAKE ME FLY… Out Now @BEATPORT

4  Mononoid release ‘Fate of Vision’ on ICONYC… Out Now @BEATPORT

4   Namatjira release ‘Personal Space’ on Spring Tube… Out Now @BEATPORT

5   Joel Reichert release ‘El Faro’ on MODDE RECORDS… Out Now @BEATPORT

6   Nightnews release ‘Chasing Rainbow (Remix Edition)’ on Mistique Music… Out Now @BEATPORT

7   CRSHR Release ‘Ancient Algorithm’ on Dynamica… Out Now @BEATPORT

9   Julian Rodriguez & Maximo Gambini release ‘Plastic People’ on Deepwibe Underground… Out Now @BEATPORT

10   Zak Gee release ‘Ibizkus’ on Mirabilis Records… Out Now @BEATPORT

To start off the week we have some the greatest melodic tracks from the past week…

Having released their music on Diynamic and being supported by artists like Solomun, Kölsch or Claptone, the trio Eynka launch their next release on Beatfreak. In the pack you can find 2 great original tracks.

Perpetual Universe has the magic of harmony and the depth of the cosmos in its sound. With two tracks that can transport you to the farthest reaches of music, they make their debut on MAKE ME FLY with songs that can work very well on any occasion and be part of the dance floor under any concept.

We are delighted to welcome back our favorite Dutch duo Mononoid with their brand-new ‘Fate of Vision EP’. The talented duo has been a well-known entity within the scene and have graced some of the world’s finest electronic music labels with their unique and lasting productions. The duo developed an inimitable style of music, full of ambiances, paired with despondent and warm dreamy patterns that guided them to where they are to today and embodies the sound they now personify. People regularly equate their productions as opaque and vivid in equal measures. 

On their return the duo leads with the outstanding opening track ‘Fate of Vision’; a stunning driving melodic progressive house affair. The track utilizes a deep groove as foundation, underpinned by a profound bass and smooth synth chords that gradually ease their way to the summit. Unified by a relentless kick drum and dusky atmospheric emotion, the composition climaxes by adding recurrent percussive elements and soft soaked melodies that come together to create a structured sphere of sonic satisfaction. Clever synth phrases complete the picture to create an ingeniously worked piece of art.

The melodic soundscapes of the accompanying title track ‘Eye for an Eye’ rounds off this spectacular release. Andy & Igor’s influences are immediately evident as subtle freeform concepts drift through percussive inspired instrumentations. Rippling melodies trip along a deep kick that anchors an auricular montage to create a special sonic infused moment, complemented by a subtle groove that is going to leave a mark on your aural perception. Stunningly textured pads that warm the soul and a strong melodic infused bassline provide the base for this inspired piece to play out in delayed glory. Essential stuff!

With Mononoid’s return to ICONYC, they take their talents a step further to round off this brilliant underground 2 track crowd pleaser. ‘Fate of Vision’ is certain to find its way into the playlists of the big-boys brigade. Another essential ICONYC release from the heart, for the dance loving soul. Not to be missed!

As a next on Spring Tube is the 20th installment of our ‘Personal Space’ compilation albums’ series.

This time we see here one of our favorite artists in the progressive house genre – Joost van der Vleuten aka Namatjira from the Netherlands.

Joost’s ‘Personal Space’ compilation album includes his finest tracks and remixes featured on our label as well as one earlier unreleased on Spring Tube work.

This is the collection of a real progressive house music that we miss so much these days. Smooth, dreamy and melodic sounds created with the soul. Classy stuff for all this genre’s lovers, and of course for all Namatjira’s fans.

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