Argentinian producer Alejandro Mosso’s forthcoming Gaia EP is as comprehensive as its name. Being the earth goddess and mother of all life, Gaia encompasses many attributes, all of which can be heard in the EP’s six songs.
Denis Horvat’s use of drones in both tracks unifies his forthcoming ‘Axle’ EP, slotted to be the next release on Exit Strategy. Both tracks have already created waves in the underground scene, and will surely be scooped up by music lovers across the globe.
A dull moment there is not in Tom Demac’s most recent single, Muyu. In fact, there isn’t a dull moment in any of Demac’s productions, as evident in both ‘XII’ releases. Played by the likes of Dixon and Ame, it seems the second installment of his new monthly series is just as good as the first.
Simple Symmetry’s ‘Voodo Your Ex’ has a mesmerizing effect that coaxes a dance from all who listens. The Russian brothers’ most recent track was released on Disco Halal, a German record label that combines Middle Eastern and European sounds, both of which can be readily heard on this production.
Echoing melodies coupled with eerie and distorted vocals, Gardens of God makes one feel as if they were in the hollow of some alternate, dark world. Out on Fayer records as of March 13th, the Lithuanian producer successfully catches the essence of the indie original, and blends it with his electronic roots.
Tel-Aviv duo Red Axes’s remix of Joakim’s ‘Samurai’ is a nice reminder that winter is almost over. With a faster tempo and rich house chords, this song is bound to get feet moving on the dance floor during the upcoming warmer months.
Following his 2016 remix of ‘Abstraxion’, the 27 year old from Brussels has decided to try his hand at Benjamin Fröhlich’s ‘Ghost Orchid’. Also released on record label Permanent Vacation, Cleveland breathes new life into the Fröhlich original.
Two months since his last release, the decorated DJ and producer, DJ Koze, has just come out with not one but three remixes of Michael Mayer and Joe Goddard’s ‘For You’. Recently released on K7 records, he is the third artist to try their hand at the tracks reinvention.