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Morphosis Records is really pleased to present the label's long awaited 'Remixed' compilation, featuring nine brand new interpretations of our very first releases and back catalogue favorites by Mango, Embliss, Aeron Aether, East Cafe, Kamakura ENV, Vg Vs. Dave Sullivan, Cream Sound and DJ Shinobi.

Click here to listen and buy it from your favourite online store!

Tracklist:

1.Aeron Aether feat. Catherine - Twilight (MDK Remix) [07:48]
2.Cream Sound - Intro Modul (Motorama II Remix) [06:49]
3.Embliss - Kaleido (Dynamic Illusion Remix) [07:22]
4.East Cafe - Flashback (Aeron Aether Remix) [06:52]
5.Kamakura ENV - Daydream (DJ Shinobi Remix) [07:36]
6.Vg Vs. Dave Sullivan - Emotions (Cast Away Presents Sunvibes Remix) [08:29]
7.Mango - Kisses (Tom Lue Remix) [06:45]
8.DJ Shinobi - Taurus (Gosh Remix) [07:22]
9.Aeron Aether - Aeristhesia (Innuendo Remix) [05:34]

More information:

Website: http://www.morphosisrecords.com
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093SD | La Torre | Power | Stripped Digital


Release #93 on Stripped Digital see us introduce the talented La Torre out of London with his debut on the label entitled "Power" the package comes complete with the Original which King Unique requested for inclusion on his well known mix series "KU Broadcast". Completing this package are Hall North,Ezequiel Marotte,Riley Warren,Sean Mclelland and Chris Richardson.

LA TORRE | POWER

01.Original Mix
02.Hall North Remix
03.Sean Mclelland's Burn Out Remix
04.Ezequiel Marotte Remix
05.Riley Warren Remix
06.Chris Richardson


093-SD | STRIPPED DIGITAL

Available Exclusively @ Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/release/power/843928

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December (Deeper House Music Tunes Compilation In B-Key) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cTxX1pkAgE

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Tony M & Paul Tempo | Meridians EP | Stripped Recordings


We take a trip to Russia for release #85 and the debut ep from Tony M & Paul Tempo entitled "Meridians" consisting of three Original tracks "Meridians" ,"Belladonna" & "Limitless" the latter of which has been remixed by fellow Russia producer Martyn Rayn.

TONY M & PAUL TEMPO | MERIDIANS EP

01.Meridians - Original Mix
02.Belladonna - Original Mix
03.Limitless - Original Mix
04.Limitless - Martyn Rayn Remix

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Hello prog forum, I don't browse here that often but some of you might find this relevant.

My new EP available most places now. I haven't posted my previous release here either... If you are interested in checking that out too you should be able to find it not far from the linked locations below - it features another two originals and a remix by Decimal.



1. Bee Bear
2. Deep Cut
3. Deep Cut (Mihalis Safras Remix)

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Mirabilis 027: Nik Feral - Disfigured Nature Ep.


MIRABILIS027:
NIK FERAL 'DISFIGURED NATURE EP'

1. Disfigured nature
2. Android


GET IT FROM BEATPORT: http://www.beatport.com/release/disf...ture-ep/832995

PREVIEW THE TRACKS ON SOUNDCLOUD: http://soundcloud.com/mirabilisrecor...roid-mirabilis

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A darker, dubbed out excursion into techno is where are we headed with Mirabilis 027!
Nik Feral comes from Manchester and is a hot name on the techno scene. Gaining support from Fergie and Umek among many others in the last months, we are rod to have him on board!
'Disfigured nature' is a dirty, grimy techno track. Full of dissonant synths to create maximum damage along with the repetitive and strong groove. A low end bass line keeps things compact and adds a little dose of that deeper edge that keeps things more underground!
'Android' goes through the more emotive side with sublime pads and clever drum programming welcome us before dubbed out synth lines take over and we a bit darker feel takes over once again!
The result is a EP that drives you on a joyride through the sound of modern Techno.


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Alan Fitzpatrick: Two great tracks.

Mark Knight c/o Wesley S: NICEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

Orde Meikle (Slam): will road test

Sasha Carassi: Very good! Support!

Subfractal: Android sounds cool! will test!

Barry Jamieson: Cool and moody

Steve Parry (Red zone): Disfigured nature is a great techno gem for a dark room

Eelke Kleijn: Cool & Dark

Dibby Dougherty: Peak time monsters

Gemma Furbank: Wicked E.P. Great use of FX, loving the ride's, 2 great tracks! Nice work Nik

Echo Vacio: More top work from Nik, will try Disfigured Nature out for sure, thanks

Mitch Alexander: Really like the gritty sound on 'DN' and the groove on 'Android' is quite cool as well!

Anderson Noise: Downloading thanks

Darin Epsilon: Android is the stronger of the two, in my opinion.

Pete McCharty: Nice ep

Daniel Mehes: Very cool! Android rocks, great deep and dark sounds, thanks

Rodskeez: Liking android. cheers!

Brendon Collins (Summer): Nice ones. Disfigured Mature is my pick here thanks!

Sonic Union: Two cool minimal bumpy tracks here. great stuff for dark dance floors!

Alexander Madness: Nice and dark!

Hans Tavera: Disfigured nature goes for me!

Matt Weeks: Nice and dark, will support

Martin Skubala: Andoid for me gives me that sound I like

Sergio Matina: Disfigured Nature for me... 7/10!!!

Paul Trelles: Will try with android thanks

Pena: Old school techno!!

Martin Garcia: Support!

Manchini: Feeling techno! Great EP

Soulwerk: Nice techno tracks!! Disfigured nature rocks!

Tony Bove (T-Lectual): Some dark stuff!

Gavyn Mytchel: Will support thanks

Peter McGill: Good production here but not for me. Thanks

Emma: 9 out of 10!

Tim Benjamin: Strong tunes, def will play, thanks!

Calin Marian: Nice one guys, thanks from Tunnel FM
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OUT: [IFMR039] Franzis-D - Nicotine EP


Franzis-D - Nicotine EP

Franzis-D is using a similar bass in his new EP called "Nicotine" timbre to those found in original mix it nonetheless moves forward a lot more cautiously. Taut stabs build and break the first three quarters of the song. The piece de resistance, however, is the whirling acid line which is introduced towards the finish. It's had all the usual 303 liquid wrung out of it, leaving just a damp, centrifugal motion to spin us towards home.

This basic substrate is solid, but on the whole, it doesn't really go anywhere. Instead, the rapid-jabbing synth-work marches on the spot and the layers seem to interfere with each other more than they complement. Jonatan Ramonda remix is a cracking and perhaps not quite final salute to the floor before the pair lead us into more of a sitting-down kind of appreciation, is an ample showcase of the genre's broodier side as woodblocks and bells tumult with techier stabs through an ominous dub vista.

Stefan DJordjevic remix is just a little more complex, but maintains the icy mood. Of course, it's conveyed by a gargantuan kick. On this, he lays flickering cymbals, hats and a penetrating three-note mantra. The aforementioned mood again comes from pads. With its crumpled kick and robotic clacks, Sinior Cliff begins with a lighter feel in place of the suffocating low end, there are dissonant bell tones and nervous arpeggios reminiscent of any dance floor. But it beefs up fast, taking on a double-time breakbeat and another molten, swollen bassline, while incidental frequencies splay across the spectrum. Pummeling and relentless, it's a headbanger's ball, right down to the stars spinning dizzily around your temples.

T-Dallas provides some oomph on his remix, drums sound more roomy and alive, his crosshatching synths involve you in their undulations even off the floor, and that's even before the satisfying build about halfway in. Yamil Farag remix is an organ chords against rollicking percussion and drum machines and lays out electric pianos over slow, the instruments suggest songcraft, but the structure is tracky to the core.

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Tracklist:
01.Nicotine (Original Mix)
02.Nicotine (Jonatan Ramonda Remix)
03.Nicotine (Stefan DJordjevic Remix)
04.Nicotine (Sinior Cliff Remix)
05.Nicotine (T-Dallas Remix)
06.Nicotine (Yamil Farag Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR039
Released: December 18th 2011
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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Marcu Vershi - Joly [Insomniafm Records]


Marcu Vershi - Joly

"Joly" is a stunning blend of baroque melodies, delicately placed arrangements and subtly pulsing electronics. It was the kind of "modern classical" record that could be appreciated by listeners from any background, with alternating moments of melodic lucidity, trembling melodrama and impressive sound manipulation.A release that sacrificed the emotional tumult of Marcu Vershi for illustrative composition in an attempt to sonically map the inside of any dance foor.

Stanisha remix moves in cresting waves and washes rather than a linear path. his approximation of the work isn't too far off from its actuality: each track here feels like an empty canvas waiting to be adorned with his distinctive blend of elegantly sustained horns and creeping string instruments. Franzis-D stirs to life on a bed of sounds that feel like a mixture of artificially generated white noise, phased footsteps and the rustling of paper or leaves: it's all beautifully contrasted with a harpsichord that weaves in and out of its field of interference, which only makes its brief moments of naked clarity all the more effective. The remix of John Ov3rblast is opening stretch leans closer to drone than anything else, with space elements taht conjuring up stomach-churning dread and detachedly glacial beauty from his long strokes of melody.

Kaiser Gayser remix relocate that throbbing intensity into rumbling walls of noise and distortion, live instruments clawing their way to the surface and feels the dual selves against each other and feeding off the tension..There are lots of traditionally melancholic elements on whether it's the space, loops or strums the elegant and painstaking. The last remix is by Alexander Anufriev who makes use of drum & bass/dark garage's burrowing basslines but turns them inside out much so his rise and fall becomes not a rushing high but a sad and sometimes menacing undercurrent to his productions.

The EP intricate artwork a series of microscopically zoomed photos of surfaces, every crevice and canyon clearly visible gives a hint for what to expect, music that finds power in intense focus and brooding inertia rather than booming narrative.

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Tracklist:
01.Joly (Original Mix)
02.Joly (Stanisha Remix)
03.Joly (Franzis-D Remix)
04.Joly (John Ov3rblast Remix)
05.Joly (Kaiser Gayser Remix)
06.Joly (Alexander Anufriev Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR043
Release: January 16th 2011
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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Peaceful Mind & Crystal Drop - Universal Mind [Insomniafm Records]


Peaceful Mind & Crystal Drop - Universal Mind EP

Peaceful Mind is a dedicated progressive lover, but isn’t imprisoned by a single genre, saying “What makes progressive work so well is that it doesn’t stick to one style, and can incorporate electro, minimal, whatever it likes.” Although has clearly reached a celebrity status, it¹s his generous personality, his love for his peers and of course his completely candid humour that has enabled him to maintain such a likeable high profile in the often-fickle world of club culture. The definition of Crystal Drop is a water absorbent polymer that is translucent, odourless, bio-degradable, 100% non-toxic, re-usable and environmentally friendly, his sounds are underlined by a field recording that grows noticeably, subtly shifting from fuzzy house to a collation of squeaking breaks, sirens, horns and voices..

Universal Mind EP begins with tremors of piano and zither, before progressive enters with a few elongated wordless groans. The duo development into chattering laughter and higher cooing opens a more relaxed passage, alternating with forceful vocals over robust synthesizer drone. It's the aural equivalent of tensing every muscle in your body and then letting them all go. "Universal Oneness" false-starts on a sluggish motorik rhythm and a serrated bass drone, dissolving into a watery, bell-laden movement for the remainder. Finally, "Lonesome" buffs up the synth drone to complement its pervasive chants, channeling the previous tracks' instrumentation for a guttural, cathartic final movement.
The record is composed with a sense of freedom and fluidity that feels out-of-time, otherworldly and almost ancient—an intense accomplishment for both parties.

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Tracklist:
01.Universal Oneness (Original Mix)
02.Lonesome (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR044
Release: January 22th 2011
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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Franzis-D - Folklore EP [Insomniafm Records]


Franzis-D - Folklore

Franzis-D aligns himself with producers like Synkro and Indigo, artists who make beatific bass music that chisels bits and pieces from other sounds into a beautiful but unclassifiable whole. Vocal samples, chirping synths, springy and swingy drums, all lathered in a heavy coat of reverb: Franzis-D's sound is not an unfamiliar one. But look closer and his structures are slightly off kilter: often his vocal samples seem like they're falling off the beat and landing in jagged crooks. The original track is so swollen with the weight of their emotions that they basically topple over and spill out, and the clashing of vocals and beats creates a dissonance more heartbreaking than any hackneyed chord progression.

Matias Fernández Viña remix is nothing particularly clever about the way each one is introduced, but the resulting synergy is quite remarkable. Impersonating sound at first, a simple synth loop opens the proceedings. It quickly moves to a harsher twang, ushering in a gravelly clap and a second posse of hi-hats, this time more ragged. John Ov3rblast remix shows just how large and gleaming a tower he can build. A trilling arp and bright-hued vibes are vital here, but it's a series of singing strings which make the biggest impression, glancing in and out of the mix like a shimmering school of fish..

Orelse remix it's just as pretty, but far less cloying, the jaunty bassline is one of the most interesting bits, chiming in only on every second bar, this is a strong anchor around which the other elements again overwhelmingly cheerful rally. Zan Preveé remix are enough to get you dropping a shoulder, as a muffled bassline grows and growls, though, so does your propensity to dance like a loon in its twisted.

Dj Duma is dense and kinetic, with lowdown and subdued melodies just about balancing out the frantic intergalactic battle going on up top, his point of focus is constantly changing whereas the brutalist "Folklore" has you firmly locked onto its diving bass. The last remix on this EP is from John D tranquilized horn line and a supple groove which grows ever more prominent until the understated breakdown, when everything comes back in and the groove engages once more, it's deep but well aerated.

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Tracklist:
01.Folklore (Original Mix)
02.Folklore (Matias Fernández Viña Remix)
03.Folklore (John Ov3rblast Remix)
04.Folklore (Orelse Remix)
05.Folklore (Zan Preveé Remix)
06.Folklore (DJ Duma Remix)
07.Folklore (John D Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR045
Release: January 30th 2011
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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094-SD | Pao Calderon | Fool Moon | Stripped Digital


Born in New Jersey,raised in Colombia and now back in the USA residing in Manhattan,New York Pao Calderon returns on her birthday after after a long hiatus (18 months) with her second full release on Stripped Digital and for the label this is release #94."Fool Moon" is the name of this new offering following her first single which touched down in the summer of 2010 "My Release" which was supported by the likes of Sasha & Hernan Cattaneo.

Remixes on this mega pack come from Germany - Relanch,Canada - Tim Penner,Lithuania - Andy Lau,Mexico - Dishop & Deleit,Argentina - Ezequiel Marotte and England - Moojaa,Wez Saunders,Hall North and Simon Firth

PAO CALDERON | FULL MOON

01.Original Mix
02.Relaunch Remix
03.Tim Penner Remix
04.Andy Lau Remix
05.Simon Firth Remix
06.Wez Saunders Remix
08.Hall North Remix
09.Dishop & Deleit Remix
10.Moojaa's Dream Sequence Remix


094-SD | STRIPPED DIGITAL

Available Exclusively @ Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/release/fool-moon/847866

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OUT: [IFMR040] Deejay Mo & Pillsman - Croatian Army


Deejay Mo & Pillsman - Croatian Army

The concept sounds like something straight out of Raster-Noton's laboratories: working alongside the nuclear physicists Deejay Mo and Pillsman, created musical algorithms "based on the scientists' models of how radiation is emitted from various isotopes.

The package is beefed up by three deconstructions of "Croatian Army" including a remarkable take from one of the Greece underground's big breakthrough artists of 2011 John Ov3rblast producer invites you into the broad, sweeping plains of his mind. Using merely a dash of the original's vocal, knocked back into the very far distance, you will hear the crackle of vinyl, cascades of reverb and sonic urban experimentalism that gets you in a headlock. Faintly disturbing in a highly enjoyable way.

Franzis-D remix considerable percussive nous, but by using a limited palette of pulsing deep house synths and a hypnagogic not to mention disquieting loop of heavy, frosted breathing, makes a more memorable impression to shift and stretch beyond the specificity of his influences. The last remix is from young and gifted DJ/Producer known by Massymo TN with a remix which plaits some seriously twisted electro brass into vats of fomenting acid, complete with a screeching breakdown that trips you up by the ankles and drags you feet first into the nearest sweatbox club.

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Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR040
Released: December 24th 2011
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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Dj Coslow - Este O Amor EP [Insomniafm Records]


Dj Coslow - Este O Amor EP

Dj Coslow seems like he's trying to warn us of something. It might be impossible to say what that thing is, but the way in which he says it is utterly captivating. Starting off in rather glossy territory with a beat so light and smooth it feels like it's sculpted from ivory—the compilation rarely lets that polished sheen fall off: even the harder moments are coated in butter. Within this loose association, the gentle ebbs and flows created as each piece gives way to the next render this collection far more than the sum of its parts. Clocking in at almost nine minutes, "Este O Amor" thumps along a heady groove lined with long strands of feedback and spotted with plaintive vibes, through, the track gains intensity with some ray-gun effects that push toward a mellow yet satisfying peak.

While "Get Low" relies on emotional atmospherics brought to a near-boil, the shorter untitled track on the flip fills up space with chunky drums and hissing cymbals. There are no vocals this time around, and no big drop in the middle, either. Instead, there's a knotted mess of synths that twists to and fro and back into itself throughout the track. Taken together, it all ends up sounding too linear, and I have a feeling that club-goers will be more inclined to put their hands up for "Este O Amor" EP..

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Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR046
Release: February 6th 2012
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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OUT: [IFMR041] Dj Duma - Lost In My Mind EP


Dj Duma - Lost In My Mind EP

The "Lost In My Mind" EP from Dj Duma succeeds by nailing the details, the cool mid-phrase shuffle shared by kick and clap, the lovely expressiveness of the bassline, the surprisingly economical arrangement. The original mix saunter, but it's too warm to really sass, instead, its serene tempo invites you in for a bear hug, or at least a slow dance.

John Ov3rblast and Franzis-D remixes are really in the business of blowing the floor out from under the genre, despite their productions finding their way onto bass-related underrated endeavor, the sheer quality of these productions should be enough to start turning heads.

Abraham remix opens with a low drone, a swirl of voices and a crackle suggesting boots in snow, the first kick drum drops, making it the perfect mixtape opener, it grinds ahead like some fusion, improbably, a buzzing chord progression takes you to another level. DistantVibes puffs itself out much like the title cut, though its purposeful bass bounce keeps it pinned to the earth, likely has much of his production career
in front of him, and while the EP leaves him with a pretty open road, he certainly sounds like he's got enough passion to keep his engine running.

Burak Yildirim feels rather weighted down by itself, its dub chords perfectly wispy on their own but a little oppressive as wave after wave of them fill in every conceivable open space. From here, things get markedly better. "Lost In My Mind" gives us a good deal more breathing room, letting its humbly plaintive melody sing out even when its chunky percussion is at its thickest.

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Tracklist:
01.Lost In My Mind (Original Mix)
02.Lost In My Mind (John Ov3rblast Remix)
03.Lost In My Mind (Franzis-D Remix)
04.Lost In My Mind (Abraham Remix)
05.Lost In My Mind (DistantVibes Remix)
06.Lost In My Mind (Burak Yildirim Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR041
Released: December 30th 2011
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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[KILLDS001] - VA - Killdome Selection Vol. 1
[KILLDS001] - VA - Killdome Selection Vol. 1



Title: Killdome Selection Vol. 1
Artist: Various Artists
Format: Digital
Release Date: Dec 21 2011

Tracklist:
01. RobMark - Blind
02. Alberto Gromek - Tomorrow
03. Odicon - Above The Night
04. Yisus - Not Alone
05. Bastard Boys - Fancy Violence
06. Katterpoli feat. Frank Pool - F.V.G.K.
07. Zeph - The Club
08. Static Method - Shopping List
09. Spaceclash - Black Jack
10. Joe Rejack - Storm
11. Repo Men - Decode
12. De La Rock - Wild Whip
13. Backcornerz - Apple Juize

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The new-born label Killdome is proud to present a selection of some of the most promising emerging artists. To get your floors pumpin, don't think twice before spinning the tracks contained in this compilation.

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John D - Silent Winter [Insomniafm Records]


John D - Silent Winter

John D influences leads him to start entering the world of electronic music, within this loose association, however, the gentle ebbs and flows created as each piece gives way to the next render this "Silent Winter" far more than the sum of its parts. Starting with melodic elements never seem to progress; the piping notes dissipating into the sky. Similarly, its understated, acidic low-end isn't particularly impelling; it just bubbles on the spot like a volcanic mud puddle..

Franzis-D
remix is the next cut—rides on a skipping shaker beat. It only lifts the intensity a touch, but in terms of the EP's cumulative momentum, the effect is massive. Further adding to the sense of drive, a taut bassline is the next element to move into place. Ghostly flashes of synth and a plethora of dubby effects round out the piece, lending it a deep and eerie finish. From here, we're offered a four minute interlude via John Ov3rblast space which drops down to a barely-there breakbeat, weaving in heavily reverbed jolts of synth and rippling, psychedelic laser shots. Its flurries of claps are tiring enough, but in concert with other claps, splashing cymbals, steely synths and a strange off beat sproing—like a plastic ruler vibrating—it's nothing short of relentless.

The three tracks spend their time releasing this pent-up tension, getting progressively lighter and brighter.

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Tracklist:
01.Silent Winter (Original Mix)
02.Silent Winter (Franzis-D Remix)
03.Silent Winter (John Ov3rblast Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR047
Release: February 13th 2012
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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Deeper Friendship by Relate4ever (2012 Album) Worldwide Exclusive Records http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vjU4f4ePh4A
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Fire In Water - Warming Hearts (Progressive Breaks Mix) from Christian http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9j17THWl53c
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OUT: [IFMR042] Dj Coslow & Ilker Sargin - Fashion Show EP


Dj Coslow & Ilker Sargin - Fashion Show EP

Dj Coslow began his career 1990 playing drums in his own band, after he found out the similarity of drum and the turntable he started his career as a Dj in Taksim where is the center of Istanbul nightlife..Ilker Sargin began to feel about dance itself by advancing its own group and even after a very dance group took part in an important decision in the field of dance music.

The EP was awash with broad strokes of expansive synths and abstracted drums, feels more like a return to dance floor primitivism. The lead cut is a spasm of pitched up darbukas and springy synths. An ascending drone, like an engine's hum, is overlaid, offering a sense of syntax—locked in an endless loop of climax and reset, each one is steeper than the last.

Clearly, the duo, functional polyrhythms of footwork—all movement, takes things in even more prickly, implements a greater depth of field thanks chiefly to undulating video game synth arpeggios and washes of pads that feel like thermal currents. "Fashion Show" is build further on the economical sonic palette of the two version resulting in an unyielding and clinical drum & bass styled exercise in restraint.

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01.Fashion Show (Original Mix)
02.Fashion Show (Progressive Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR042
Released: January 8th 2011
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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Progressive house, trance and breaks, you can find all of these genres on this colorful single called "Sirens" by a excellent Hungarian producer tOOk! Beside the original mix you can find two different remixes on the release, a deep progressive trance mix by Deepcry and a progressive breaks mix by Ruman!

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Tracklist:

01.Sirens (Original Mix) [07:11]
02.Sirens (Deepcry Remix) [08:40]
03.Sirens (Ruman Remix) [05:38]

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Coolerika - Cooling Factor (Proghouse Mix) on CR2CD http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqiN2AqHgk4
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Orelse - The 8 Rules EP [Insomniafm Records]


Orelse - The 8 Rules EP

Orelse begun his musical journey in 2007. He is one of the most talented and upcoming djs and producers in Greece, known for his unique music style and uplifting vibe. As a dj Orelse has shared the decks with the best Greek djs and with foreign ones..

"The 8 Rules" is pretty dark stuff, but something about the way sways in its ebullient, elliptical pattern feels playful, even in the face of the ominous bits of chords that coat its background. If the overcast "The 8 Rules" is lighthearted, then "Daydream" is basically the rapture, taking the melodic elements and stripping them back to Orelse appropriate levels of heavily-veiled euphoria.

"I Have A Dream" pivots around a distant vocal sample with a gleeful but rigid arpeggio whose high octaves sound totally out of place amidst all the grey, proving that the not-so-prolific producer's 2011 stroke of finesse was not merely a one-off.

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Tracklist:
01.The 8 Rules (Original Mix)
02.Daydream (Original Mix)
03.I Have A Dream (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR048
Release: February 20th 2012
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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OUT: [IFMR043] Marcu Vershi - Joly


Marcu Vershi - Joly

"Joly" is a stunning blend of baroque melodies, delicately placed arrangements and subtly pulsing electronics. It was the kind of "modern classical" record that could be appreciated by listeners from any background, with alternating moments of melodic lucidity, trembling melodrama and impressive sound manipulation.A release that sacrificed the emotional tumult of Marcu Vershi for illustrative composition in an attempt to sonically map the inside of any dance foor.

Stanisha remix moves in cresting waves and washes rather than a linear path. his approximation of the work isn't too far off from its actuality: each track here feels like an empty canvas waiting to be adorned with his distinctive blend of elegantly sustained horns and creeping string instruments. Franzis-D stirs to life on a bed of sounds that feel like a mixture of artificially generated white noise, phased footsteps and the rustling of paper or leaves: it's all beautifully contrasted with a harpsichord that weaves in and out of its field of interference, which only makes its brief moments of naked clarity all the more effective. The remix of John Ov3rblast is opening stretch leans closer to drone than anything else, with space elements taht conjuring up stomach-churning dread and detachedly glacial beauty from his long strokes of melody.

Kaiser Gayser remix relocate that throbbing intensity into rumbling walls of noise and distortion, live instruments clawing their way to the surface and feels the dual selves against each other and feeding off the tension..There are lots of traditionally melancholic elements on whether it's the space, loops or strums the elegant and painstaking. The last remix is by Alexander Anufriev who makes use of drum & bass/dark garage's burrowing basslines but turns them inside out much so his rise and fall becomes not a rushing high but a sad and sometimes menacing undercurrent to his productions.

The EP intricate artwork a series of microscopically zoomed photos of surfaces, every crevice and canyon clearly visible gives a hint for what to expect, music that finds power in intense focus and brooding inertia rather than booming narrative.

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Tracklist:
01.Joly (Original Mix)
02.Joly (Stanisha Remix)
03.Joly (Franzis-D Remix)
04.Joly (John Ov3rblast Remix)
05.Joly (Kaiser Gayser Remix)
06.Joly (Alexander Anufriev Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR043
Released: January 16th 2011
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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Various | Intrinsic The Selected Works | Stripped Digital


Between 2001 - 2004 Essex based label run by Christian McGinty (aka Christian Lewis) Intrinsic Records cooked up a storm releasing tracks that found favour with some pretty big names including Sasha,John Digweed,Nick Warren,Jimmy Van M,Dave Seaman,Satoshi Tomie,Anthony Pappa,Deep Dish,Sander Klienenberg just to name a few.They also found there way onto some pretty big compilations for Global Underground 024 - Nick Warren - Reyjavik, Renaissance (Dave Seaman - Awakening), Bedrock (Compiled & Mixed By Jimmy Van M) and Ministry Of Sound.

Now plucked from the vaults and treated with loving care by Tocharian (Matt Slater) we are pleased to bring you 15 tracks Remastered for 2012 and sounding immaculate.One new track is featured here from Tocharian & Lewis featuring the vocal talents of Katherine Prado who is currently in the with Layo & Bushwacka working on their new album.


VARIOUS ARTISTS | INTRINSIC: THE SELECTED WORKS | Compiled By Norman H

01. Tocharian & Lewis feat. Katherine Prado - Fly & Free
02. Somnus Corp - System De Fe
03. Tocharian & Lewis - Focus On You
04. Tocharian - Arcadia
05. Amalgam - Insatiable Minds - Electro Tech Dub
06. Tocharian - Lacuna
07. Amalgam - Tyranny - Angry Dub
08. Tocharian - Awakening
09. Anaconda - Filta
10. Tocharian - Hypertonic
11. Amalgam - Insatiable Minds
12. Kinesis - Bias
13. Kinesis - Nexus
14. Total Confusion - Sunset
15. Tocharian & Lewis - Circadian Rhythms


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Available Exclusively @ Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/release/intr...orman-h/847862
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OUT: [IFMR044] Peaceful Mind & Crystal Drop - Universal Mind EP


Peaceful Mind & Crystal Drop - Universal Mind EP

Peaceful Mind is a dedicated progressive lover, but isn’t imprisoned by a single genre, saying “What makes progressive work so well is that it doesn’t stick to one style, and can incorporate electro, minimal, whatever it likes.” Although has clearly reached a celebrity status, it¹s his generous personality, his love for his peers and of course his completely candid humour that has enabled him to maintain such a likeable high
profile in the often-fickle world of club culture. The definition of Crystal Drop is a water absorbent polymer that is translucent, odourless, bio-degradable, 100% non-toxic, re-usable and environmentally friendly, his sounds are underlined by a field recording that grows noticeably, subtly shifting from fuzzy house to a collation of squeaking breaks, sirens, horns and voices..

Universal Mind EP begins with tremors of piano and zither, before progressive enters with a few elongated wordless groans. The duo development into chattering laughter and higher cooing opens a more relaxed passage, alternating with forceful vocals over robust synthesizer drone. It's the aural equivalent of tensing every muscle in your body and then letting them all go. "Universal Oneness" false-starts
on a sluggish motorik rhythm and a serrated bass drone, dissolving into a watery, bell-laden movement for the remainder. Finally, "Lonesome" buffs up the synth drone to complement its pervasive chants, channeling the previous tracks' instrumentation for a guttural, cathartic final movement.

The record is composed with a sense of freedom and fluidity that feels out-of-time, otherworldly and almost ancient—an intense accomplishment for both parties.

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Tracklist:
01.Universal Oneness (Original Mix)
02.Lonesome (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR044
Released: January 22th 2011
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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OUT: [IFMR045] Franzis-D - Folklore EP


Franzis-D - Folklore

Franzis-D aligns himself with producers like Synkro and Indigo, artists who make beatific bass music that chisels bits and pieces from other sounds into a beautiful but unclassifiable whole. Vocal samples, chirping synths, springy and swingy drums, all lathered in a heavy coat of reverb: Franzis-D's sound is not an unfamiliar one. But look closer and his structures are slightly off kilter: often his vocal samples seem like they're falling off the beat and landing in jagged crooks. The original track is so swollen with the weight of their emotions that they basically topple over and spill out, and the clashing of vocals and beats creates a dissonance more heartbreaking than any hackneyed chord progression.

Matias Fernández Viña remix is nothing particularly clever about the way each one is introduced, but the resulting synergy is quite remarkable. Impersonating sound at first, a simple synth loop opens the proceedings. It quickly moves to a harsher twang, ushering in a gravelly clap and a second posse of hi-hats, this time more ragged. John Ov3rblast remix shows just how large and gleaming a tower he can build. A trilling arp and bright-hued vibes are vital here, but it's a series of singing strings which make the biggest impression, glancing in and out of the mix like a shimmering school of fish..

Orelse remix it's just as pretty, but far less cloying, the jaunty bassline is one of the most interesting bits, chiming in only on every second bar, this is a strong anchor around which the other elements again overwhelmingly cheerful rally. Zan Preveé remix are enough to get you dropping a shoulder, as a muffled bassline grows and growls, though, so does your propensity to dance like a loon in its twisted.
Dj Duma is dense and kinetic, with lowdown and subdued melodies just about balancing out the frantic intergalactic battle going on up top, his point of focus is constantly changing whereas the brutalist "Folklore" has you firmly locked onto its diving bass. The last remix on this EP is from John D tranquilized horn line and a supple groove which grows ever more prominent until the understated breakdown, when everything comes back in and the groove engages once more, it's deep but well aerated.

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Tracklist:
01.Folklore (Original Mix)
02.Folklore (Matias Fernández Viña Remix)
03.Folklore (John Ov3rblast Remix)
04.Folklore (Orelse Remix)
05.Folklore (Zan Preveé Remix)
06.Folklore (DJ Duma Remix)
07.Folklore (John D Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR045
Release: January 30th 2011
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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Gary Afterlife - Waiting For The Sunrise [Inc Mike Foyle Remix]


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A catamaran boat coasts toward shore in the early morning as the clouds gradually change color. It is a secluded place in a lonely island bay far away in the tropics. Warm bass and percussion pumps from speakers on the deck as melodies dance off the ocean waves. Mind and body are enraptured by the state of tranquility and peace of the scenery. This is the world of Gary Afterlife, a place of relaxed and laid-back Balearic style tunes. Listen and you might see it too.

Mike Foyle captures the pure essence of the original vibe turns it into a floating smooth rework with a wistful twist. Fresh off his success with "Shades of Red / Shades of Blue" (Coldharbour) and "Universal Language" (Soundpiercing / Armada), he keeps his trademark style going with this beautiful remix!

Pizz@dox tries something original with an uplifting trance interpretation that really raises the energy. Uniquely talented, his very first release was on the legendary Future Sound of Egypt label. We expect big things from him, with an upcoming EP release on Abora Recordings and several new remixes on the way also.

For a taste of uplifting trance combined with guitar, be sure to check out the Reconceal remix. Known for his collaborations with Andy Blueman on Perceptive and Recon6 on "In Trance We Trust", he brings some interesting new flavours to Abora Recordings!

Release Date: January 31, 2012
Catalog Number: ABRD038

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One of our returning artist Parrket delivers the label's 70th release, a groovy progressive house track with full of passions! On the remix side is Cortes Telure who made a mesmerizing deep house interpretation!

Click here to listen and buy it from your favourite online store!

Tracklist:

01.Free Your Passions (Original Mix) [08:51]
02.Free Your Passions (Cortes Telure Remix) [06:35]

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Funkocrat - Metanoia Changes Minds (Progressive Breaks Mix) [Christian] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4w6zzRDFTyM
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095-SD Ed Lee | Pancakes EP | Stripped Digital


England's south coast,Brighton to be exact is our next stop for Stripped Digital release #95.This four track EP entitled "Pancakes" comes from the excellent Ed Lee another regular in the StrippedMuzikClub family.He already two more releases penned for later in the year on Hype Muzik and Stripped Recordings.But for now Ed serves up a treat as he takes us on a musical trip through Progressive,Tech House on "Pancakes","Sugar","And" with the final cut "Lemon" taking us on a ambient journey.The first of much goodness to come from this extremely talented producer/dj in 2012.

ED LEE | PANCAKES EP

01. Pancakes
02. Sugar
03. And
04. Lemon

095-SD | STRIPPED DIGITAL

Available Exclusively @ Beatport: http://www.beatport.com/release/pancakes-ep/849949

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Boral Kibil - Paradox EP [Insomniafm Records]


Boral Kibil - Paradox EP


"Paradox" apparently, is about Turkish producer explorer Boral Kibil who probably didn't foresee his life being told to a soundtrack of wobbling dubstep basslines, pulses of intergalactic melody and Boards of Turkey-style analogue synths. The EP it's also unusually abrasive, dominated by a buzzing throb. Clattering cymbals closely tail each surge of this gargantuan saw-like synth, which Boral Kibil barely bothers to whittle down with filters.

Loquai remix plays out exactly as the previous description implies. Bell-like bass sets up the carefree mood, chiming along with a lying-in-a-gently-rocking-rowboat kind of cadence. For most of the time, this actually functions both as bassline and as melody. In the mid-section, however, Franzis-D introduces a whirling, super-short sequence on top; almost like a bird call. Playing with the settings on this second bit, he keeps it constantly morphing, working hard to briefly capture attention before returning to the pleasant, noncommittal lull of before. As you'd expect, "Paradox" is very, very different. Splicing in distant-sounding wails, Stanisha and Erdi Irmak have created a menacing and atmospheric piece. What impresses most is the clear separation between these ghostly tendrils and the gloomy ping-ponging which makes up the foreground; there's obviously some masterful sound design at work.

The remix of Dj Duma is hyperactive digital steel drums and angular, robotic beats veer more towards a twisted, urban house sound than the Grecee funky banner. A singularly emotional, pared back approach to progressive music has become Mahmut Orhan and Marcu Vershi doesn't disappoint in that respect. Underpinned by the percussive slap of a sultry tango tempo, it trots rather than gallops, shot through with distorted echo and mournful pads.

Preview: here

Tracklist:
Paradox (Original Mix)
Paradox (Loquai Remix)
Paradox (Franzis-D Remix)
Paradox (Stanisha Remix)
Paradox (Erdi Irmak Remix)
Paradox (Dj Duma Remix)
Paradox (Mahmut Orhan Remix)
Paradox (Marcu Vershi Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR050
Release: March 5th 2012
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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OUT: [IFMR046] Dj Coslow - Este O Amor EP


Dj Coslow - Este O Amor EP

Dj Coslow seems like he's trying to warn us of something. It might be impossible to say what that thing is, but the way in which he says it is utterly captivating. Starting off in rather glossy territory with a beat so light and smooth it feels like it's sculpted from ivory—the compilation rarely lets that polished sheen fall off: even the harder moments are coated in butter. Within this loose association, the gentle ebbs and flows created as each piece gives way to the next render this collection far more than the sum of its parts. Clocking in at almost nine minutes, "Este O Amor" thumps along a heady groove lined with long strands of feedback and spotted with plaintive vibes, through, the track gains intensity with some ray-gun effects that push toward a mellow yet satisfying peak.

While "Get Low" relies on emotional atmospherics brought to a near-boil, the shorter untitled track on the flip fills up space with chunky drums and hissing cymbals. There are no vocals this time around, and no big drop in the middle, either. Instead, there's a knotted mess of synths that twists to and fro and back into itself throughout the track. Taken together, it all ends up sounding too linear, and I have a feeling that club-goers will be more inclined to put their hands up for "Este O Amor" EP..

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Tracklist:
Este O Amor (Original Mix)
Get Low (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR046
Released: February 6th 2012
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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OUT: [IFMR047] John D - Silent Winter


John D - Silent Winter

John D influences leads him to start entering the world of electronic music, within this loose association, however, the gentle ebbs and flows created as each piece gives way to the next render this "Silent Winter" far more than the sum of its parts. Starting with melodic elements never seem to progress; the piping notes dissipating into the sky. Similarly, its understated, acidic low-end isn't particularly impelling; it just bubbles on the spot like a volcanic mud puddle..

Franzis-D remix is the next cut—rides on a skipping shaker beat. It only lifts the intensity a touch, but in terms of the EP's cumulative momentum, the effect is massive. Further adding to the sense of drive, a taut bassline is the next element to move into place. Ghostly flashes of synth and a plethora of dubby effects round out the piece, lending it a deep and eerie finish. From here, we're offered a four minute interlude via John Ov3rblast space which drops down to a barely-there breakbeat, weaving in heavily reverbed jolts of synth and rippling, psychedelic laser shots. Its flurries of claps are tiring enough, but in concert with other claps, splashing cymbals, steely synths and a strange off beat sproing—like a plastic ruler vibrating—it's nothing short of relentless.

The three tracks spend their time releasing this pent-up tension, getting progressively lighter and brighter.

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Tracklist:
01.Silent Winter (Original Mix)
02.Silent Winter (Franzis-D Remix)
03.Silent Winter (John Ov3rblast Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR047
Released: February 13th 2012
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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VA - Deeper Attraction (Deephouse WemixSeries Fulltracks Compilation + JulietFox mixset) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wil7-HyGIic
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Mirabilis 029: Summer & T-lectual 'dark Horse'
MIRABILIS 029: SUMMER & T-LETUAL 'DARK HORSE' w. DANIEL MEHES and PETE MCCARTHEY REMIXES



TRACKLIST:
1. Original mix
2. Daniel Mehes 'Equus Ferus' remix
3. Pete McCarthey remix


GET IT FROM BEATPORT: http://www.beatport.com/release/dark-horse/857037

PREVIEW ON SOUNDCLOUD: http://soundcloud.com/mirabilisrecor...mmer-b-collins


PRESS RELEASE:
Massive tech grooves from Brendon Collins aka Summer and Tony Bove aka T-Lectual are what Mirabilis 29th release is all about. The pack is rounded off with two superb remixes from Daniel Mehes and Pete Mccarthey!
The original mix of 'Dark horse' is a masterpiece of building, relentless techno groove, fulfilled with tickling percussion that give a hypnotic feel that blows your mind out. All is topped with cosmic soundscapes and blasted with supersonic effects that give the track even more power. A perfect example of what techno is today, this will set the dancefloors on fire!
Daniel Mehes takes the 'Dark horse' into even darker and brooding territories with a stunning remix built around a heavy sub bass and sharp beats. He adds more tension with hell raising effects and some synth action. This is pure techno madness and we are sure this will get hammered in the dark rooms we all like so much!
Last but not least we have Pete Mccarthey delivering a more dubbed out interpretation with a bouncing, percussive groove, simple but yet effective chord line and mind-blowing effects and fills. Definitely one for the cool heads, this will be played by many genere-crossing djs!
If you like techno with some soul in it you definately can't miss this release!


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ORDE MEIKLE (SLAM): nice EP- will try out thanx

CHRISTIAN SMITH: nice track, thanks (Original mix)

HERNAN CATTANEO: Nice

CID INC: Original and Pete mixes for me, really good stuff!

SASHA CARASSI: Daniel's mix is very dark,will try!

FIORD:Original is great!

ERPHUN: Daniel Mehes rmx sounds pretty cool.

DAVE SEAMAN: Support!

OMID 16B NOURIZADEH: great package!

LOCO & JAM: Liking Daniels remix here! Top stuff

KASSEY VOORNete's is the one for me, thanks

MISS NINE: Daniel Mehes 'Equus ferus' remix & Pete's remix!

MARKUS SCHULZ:cool will try thanks

MAVERICKZ: ALL VERISONS ARE GOOD! My fave is Pete Mc Carthey remix!

ABYSS: original is strip for me!thanx

MARK J: love all mixes, but will use the pete maccarthey remix!

MATT BLACK: Like the deep hypnoticness of the Pete McCarthy remix

MINIMINDS: Nice ep!

ADAM ROBERTS: Cool

DIBBY DOUGHERTY: loving the dark vibes on daniels mix

GEMMA FURBANK: Great package. Enjoyed all 3 mixes. Pete's has a really nice, chilled vibe, great use of FX and percs. Loving the Dark, drive to Daniel's and the original is cool. Well done

PENA: orig and pete maccarthey for me. great ep. thx

ANDERSON NOISE: downloading thanks

MARTIN GARCIA: Like it, support!

BEN CODA: Original sounds wicked!

STEFAN BAUER: Quite techy release! pete mccarthey takes the cake here! nice builder!

LOGIZTIK SOUNDS: nice ep, like original and daniel mehes!

STEVE HAINES: Heavy Daniel Mehes remix! nice

ALEX & FILIP: Wicked original from St. Louis boys, Daniel heavy mix is dope and Pete delivers a good groover!

DARIN EPSILON: Pete McCarthey remix would fit the best for my sets. Great interpretation of Summer & T-Lectual's track.

MITCH ALEXANDER: really like this one a lot guys, all the mixes are very good but Daniel's and Pete's remixes are real serious...bigtime stuff from both!

NEIL BROWNE: Big fan of the Pete Mcarthey Remix, pure class!

GAVYN MYTCHEL: will support the pete mccarthey remix

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Origami was taken from "Evolved Breaks 2" and added two remixes by Omauha and MDK. While Omauha represents a more atmospheric and deeper interpretation of the original mix, MDK made a pulsating energy bomb with funky groove and dirty electro bassline.

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01.Origami (Original Mix) [08:51]
02.Origami (Omauha Remix) [07:52]
03.Origami (MDK Remix) [06:49]

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Kaan Koray & Eray - Rise Of Darkness [Insomniafm Records]


Kaan Koray & Eray - Rise Of Darkness

"Rise Of Darkness" somewhere deep down below, rousing synths rise and rise, a man splutters out the odd mangled word and before you know it you're spinning round and round in some beguiling progressive house fusion. The duo Kaan Koray & Eray tryed a tiny bits of sound looped until their bled edges resemble something new entirely, more often than not, pathos is involved, was a meaning to recognize and better than the way they started to capture their own style.

Stanisha remix is pretty much a massive curveball, with icy chord stabs and celestial xylophone sounds backing a chopped and mashed "...that's my home." It's oddly hymnal and churchy thanks to a vast and chilly echo. Franzis-D steps up first and marries insomniac-style steel drums, squelchy, rubbery splats and plenty of wiggling dancehall energy into something fittingly describe as "Rise Of Darkness". As the whole arrangement sways up and down, background harmonies take over and act as a progressive solvent into which everything else slowly dissolves, before the trip is completed it's a sub-heavy dub skank that leaves you feeling slightly stoned despite not having had a single toke.

Delivered by a storm cloud of stabbing bass synths and featuring a brief but wildly frantic breakdown. Orelse remix is more deep, mid-tempo cosmic house moodiness, with a percussive snap, crackle and pop style synth refrain. It's perhaps not a package that offers something for those who prefer things a bit brasher and ballsier, but will excite those susceptible to a bit of aural ear-nibbling.

Erdi Irmak version is little divergence from the linear path it treads, bar the moment the music cuts and a single drum roll jolts you out of the hypnotising effect that the groove engenders. Hector Sawiak rumbles on a zig-zaggy fuzz bassline that recalls the older, spastic work of "Rise Of Darkness" as much as it does vintage funk but with the digitized coldness of modern instrumental, giving the whole remix a half-baked, nostalgic sound. Dj Duma truly stands out in a flood of generic funkateers. It takes a lot of talent to make crate-digging sound so seamless, and even if the cracks show every once in a while. The last remix from this awesome EP, comes from Zibe, a young assistant sound engineer that developed a passion

to progressive house and delivered a dramatic, dark and melancholic sentimentality vibes slowly unravel the tightly-coiled rhythms into hypnagogic lullabies.

The result is one of the most emotionally powerful synth EP's delivered by Insomniafm Records this year, in a time where they seem absolutely dime a dozen sampladelic approach adds colour rather than clutter, with bits of organ and the wildly jazzy synth solos that gently cuff the grooves are carefully placed and layered.

Preview: here

Tracklist
01.Rise Of Darkness (Original Mix)
02.Rise Of Darkness (Stanisha Remix)
03.Rise Of Darkness (Franzis-D Remix)
04.Rise Of Darkness (Oresle Remix)
05.Rise Of Darkness (Erdi Irmak Remix)
06.Rise Of Darkness (Hector Sawiak Remix)
07.Rise Of Darkness (Dj Duma Remix)
08.Rise Of Darkness (Vibe Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR052
Release: March 19th 2012
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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Orelse - The 8 Rules EP


Orelse - The 8 Rules EP

Orelse begun his musical journey in 2007. He is one of the most talented and upcoming djs and producers in Greece, known for his unique music style and uplifting vibe. As a dj Orelse has shared the decks with the best Greek djs and with foreign ones..

"The 8 Rules" is pretty dark stuff, but something about the way sways in its ebullient, elliptical pattern feels playful, even in the face of the ominous bits of chords that coat its background. If the overcast "The 8 Rules" is lighthearted, then "Daydream" is basically the rapture, taking the melodic elements and stripping them back to Orelse appropriate levels of heavily-veiled euphoria.

"I Have A Dream" pivots around a distant vocal sample with a gleeful but rigid arpeggio whose high octaves sound totally out of place amidst all the grey, proving that the not-so-prolific producer's 2011 stroke of finesse was not merely a one-off.

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Tracklist:
01.The 8 Rules (Original Mix)
02.Daydream (Original Mix)
03.I Have A Dream (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR048
Released: February 20th 2012
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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Zan Prevee - Revealing Senses [Insomniafm Records]


Zan Prevee - Revealing Senses

Zan Prevee is nothing if not prolific, started experimenting in music technology and on the production of electronic music, his own unique style began to be recognized on radio sets over the world. "Revealing Senses" sees his splintered, shattered sonic palette continue to evolve away from shiny and abstract orbital toward more humid climes. The results are less dense and easier to love than arguably any of his output thus far.

John Ov3rblast
version immediately paints a sombre picture with a roughshod riff, rainy day melancholia and stretched out, long suffering space void wail all tugging on each and every heartstring from start to finish. Orelse Parlour Wall Mix feels less sorry for itself. The characteristic watery drips remain, however, and there's something of a thousand yard stare feel to the piano that echoes between the metalized perc pings and staggering drums. John D remix is offering a multitude of tiny glassy tinkles rippling up its middle, but despite his deft design, the loops seams to be crying beneath and is stays with you longest; its wilted strums sound like the final acceptance of a certain undesirable fate.

As the final track of this EP is from Jonny Vee and it's a slowed and soulful beatdown swagger that rattles and jangles like a herd of passing alpine cows. In so deftly pinning distant gauzy vox, odd modulated blobs and tinkling tambourines to the laziest of bottom ends, it ends up being the most irresistible concoction of all.

Preview: here

Tracklist
01.Revealing Senses (Original Mix)
02.Revealing Senses (John Ov3rblast Remix)
03.Revealing Senses (Orelse Parlour Wall Mix)
04.Revealing Senses (Jonny Vee Remix)
05.Revealing Senses (John D Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR053
Release: March 26th 2012
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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OUT: [IFMR049] Marcu Vershi - Tough EP


Marcu Vershi - Tough EP

Despite his youth, Marcu Vershi is clearly well-versed in the history of progressive house sounds. It courses rich through the veins of his work.

Here he gets nice and loose, with plenty of lively percussive action embedded amongst wavy, slo-mo house beats that lope like lazy teenagers on a humid summer's day. The original track "Tough" is vividly coloured, with plenty of darting glissando melodies..

Franzis-D remix is marbled with vinyl hiss and crackle, its congas sound distant and thin synths speak of the future while a jazzy keyboard loop keeps things firmly rooted in the past. It feels cosy and familiar, surreptitiously growing into a tastefully triumphant swagger. Ugly Drums strips things back to cute little jazzy stabs, flailing percussion and lethargic drums that wiggle with each understated rotation. It's smoky and cosy basement house for those sensuous early evenings, whereas John Ov3rblast remix is a much busier, chattier analogue house workout that deals in a pleasing rawness.

The remixes comes from Stanisha, who's just as phlegmatic here as he's been on his recent records for Insomniafm Records, he teases short phrases from the original over a scuffed, shuffling 4/4 beat and gelatinous sub bass. Sonically and conceptually, than most house tracks these days, the remix of Fyono brimming with bright chords and counterpoint melodies, plucked synths and vocoder-like pads that bubbles like a pot full of boiling water and sounds unlike any other track I can think of.

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Tracklist:
Tough (Original Mix)
Tough (Franzis-D Remix)
Tough (John Ov3rblast Remix)
Tough (Stanisha Remix)
Tough (Stanisha Deepdream Mix)
Tough (Fyono Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR049
Released: February 27th 2012
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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Funkocrat - Foredeem (Progressive Breaks Mix) [Christian] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MCdmbTiLoU
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OUT: [IFMR050] Boral Kibil - Paradox EP


Boral Kibil - Paradox EP

"Paradox" apparently, is about Turkish producer explorer Boral Kibil who probably didn't foresee his life being told to a soundtrack of wobbling dubstep basslines, pulses of intergalactic melody and Boards of Turkey-style analogue synths. The EP it's also unusually abrasive, dominated by a buzzing throb. Clattering cymbals closely tail each surge of this gargantuan saw-like synth, which Boral Kibil barely bothers to whittle down with filters.

Loquai remix plays out exactly as the previous description implies. Bell-like bass sets up the carefree mood, chiming along with a lying-in-a-gently-rocking-rowboat kind of cadence. For most of the time, this actually functions both as bassline and as melody. In the mid-section, however, Franzis-D introduces a whirling, super-short sequence on top; almost like a bird call. Playing with the settings on this second bit, he keeps it constantly morphing, working hard to briefly capture attention before returning to the pleasant, noncommittal lull of before. As you'd expect, "Paradox" is very, very different. Splicing in distant-sounding wails, Stanisha and Erdi Irmak have created a menacing and atmospheric piece. What impresses most is the clear separation between these ghostly tendrils and the gloomy ping-ponging which makes up the foreground; there's obviously some masterful sound design at work.

The remix of Dj Duma is hyperactive digital steel drums and angular, robotic beats veer more towards a twisted, urban house sound than the Greece funky banner. A singularly emotional, pared back approach to progressive music has become Mahmut Orhan and Marcu Vershi doesn't disappoint in that respect. Underpinned by the percussive slap of a sultry tango tempo, it trots rather than gallops, shot through with distorted echo and mournful pads.

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Tracklist:
Paradox (Original Mix)
Paradox (Loquai Remix)
Paradox (Franzis-D Remix)
Paradox (Stanisha Remix)
Paradox (Erdi Irmak Remix)
Paradox (Dj Duma Remix)
Paradox (Mahmut Orhan Remix)
Paradox (Marcu Vershi Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR050
Released: March 5th 2012
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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East Cafe is back with a dark progressive house single called America with remixes from Nevermoreless and Biologik. Original mix has slow tempo and nice dark vibe while Nevermoreless remix is more energetic. Biologik remix is even more chill than the original with some sexy deep house elements!

Click here to listen and buy it from your favourite online store!

Tracklist:

01.America (Original Mix) [10:06]
02.America (Nevermoreless Remix) [07:52]
03.America (Biologik Remix) [06:47]

Supported by Markus Schulz, Bobby Deep, Suzy Solar, Jacob Henry, DenKo, Darin Epsilon, Xplore, Sasha Le Monnier, d-phrag, Domased Electronica, Alfoa, Shinobi, Cast Away, Gregory Esayan, Airillusions, Joe Sweeney, Stefan (Progressive-World.At), Jerry Chiu, Slang, Deepcry, Paul Kwitek, Steve_K

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OUT: [IFMR052] Kaan Koray & Eray - Rise Of Darkness


Kaan Koray & Eray - Rise Of Darkness

"Rise Of Darkness" somewhere deep down below, rousing synths rise and rise, a man splutters out the odd mangled word and before you know it you're spinning round and round in some beguiling progressive house fusion. The duo Kaan Koray & Eray tryed a tiny bits of sound looped until their bled edges resemble something new entirely, more often than not, pathos is involved, was a meaning to recognize and better than the way they started to capture their own style.

Stanisha remix is pretty much a massive curveball, with icy chord stabs and celestial xylophone sounds backing a chopped and mashed "...that's my home." It's oddly hymnal and churchy thanks to a vast and chilly echo. Franzis-D steps up first and marries insomniac-style steel drums, squelchy, rubbery splats and plenty of wiggling dancehall energy into something fittingly describe as "Rise Of Darkness". As the whole arrangement sways up and down, background harmonies take over and act as a progressive solvent into which everything else slowly dissolves, before the trip is completed it's a sub-heavy dub skank that leaves you feeling slightly stoned despite not having had a single toke.

Delivered by a storm cloud of stabbing bass synths and featuring a brief but wildly frantic breakdown. Orelse remix is more deep, mid-tempo cosmic house moodiness, with a percussive snap, crackle and pop style synth refrain. It's perhaps not a package that offers something for those who prefer things a bit brasher and ballsier, but will excite those susceptible to a bit of aural ear-nibbling.

Erdi Irmak version is little divergence from the linear path it treads, bar the moment the music cuts and a single drum roll jolts you out

of the hypnotising effect that the groove engenders. Hector Sawiak rumbles on a zig-zaggy fuzz bassline that recalls the older, spastic work of "Rise Of Darkness" as much as it does vintage funk but with the digitized coldness of modern instrumental, giving the whole remix a half-baked, nostalgic sound. Dj Duma truly stands out in a flood of generic funkateers. It takes a lot of talent to make crate-digging sound so seamless, and even if the cracks show every once in a while. The last remix from this awesome EP, comes from Zibe, a young assistant sound engineer that developed a passion to progressive house and delivered a dramatic, dark and melancholic sentimentality vibes slowly unravel the tightly-coiled rhythms into hypnagogic lullabies.

The result is one of the most emotionally powerful synth EP's delivered by Insomniafm Records this year, in a time where they seem absolutely dime a dozen sampladelic approach adds colour rather than clutter, with bits of organ and the wildly jazzy synth solos that gently cuff the grooves are carefully placed and layered.

Buy from: beatport
Support from: Frangellico, DJ Taucher, 16 Bit Lolitas, Fernando Ferreyra, Elemental Drift, Suffused, Aural Frequency, Ivelgo, Deersky, AudioKontrol, Dave Carden, George G., Mert Onat, Dj Leonardo Roa, Marc Pole, DJ Tallo, Peres and many more..

Tracklist
01.Rise Of Darkness (Original Mix)
02.Rise Of Darkness (Stanisha Remix)
03.Rise Of Darkness (Franzis-D Remix)
04.Rise Of Darkness (Oresle Remix)
05.Rise Of Darkness (Erdi Irmak Remix)
06.Rise Of Darkness (Hector Sawiak Remix)
07.Rise Of Darkness (Dj Duma Remix)
08.Rise Of Darkness (Zibe Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR052
Released: March 19th 2012
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls

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Peaceful Mind - Ray Of Light

"Ray Of Light" initially sounds like some kind of lazy hippie drum circle, taking its sweet time to pick up the pace. Finally three minutes in, some whispers synths whoosh their way in, like a slightly looser, more organic, shows a lot of patience in its slow build (what comes later: a two-chord phrase.)

"Unfinished Dream" reinterpretation gives the kick drum a punishing low-end boost and hints of melody are replaced by a full-throated synth that basically blots out the entire frequency spectrum, along with the filthy acrid drums we expect from Peaceful Mind.

Peaceful Mind drenched the tracks in shimmering synth for his progressive vison spreading the drums out sparsely and laying down a heaving concave bass-line to give the twinkling mass a bit of shape.

Preview: release

Tracklist
01.Ray Of Light (Original Mix)
02.Unfinished Dream (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR054
Release: April 2th 2012
Style: Progressive House
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Franzis-D - Romance En Cordoba

The "Romance En Cordoba" palpitates with a breakcore pace and monstrous build that begins brutally, but is then tightly wound until its forced release into a veil of torpid synths. Franzis-D is melting faces on a dance floor somewhere, and then it transforms and proceeds to lullaby you to another realm.

A grittier, grimier side of Stanisha comes through with 2 versions one its brittle crackle and eerie vocal sample, the other one is certainly more of a headphone oeuvre than dance floor banger that incongruity is what makes his work so interesting. Matias Fernandez Vina feels curiously free of the current "bass music" narrative, won't find much experimenting with house rhythms here. Instead, his remix presents a post-human world of industrial decay and rusting machines..

The array of detuned and broken string instruments and other techno-exoticism that Matias Spataro lays down the theme pretty well: rigid percussion oscillates with a downswing into murky LFO wobbles, accented with chimes, bits of string. All deep corners, imagined harems and other seedy dens of iniquity comes from the Jose Tabarez, his brand of strident, strobe-burst expansionism deeper, headier, its horizon-wide synth swaths leading the way across soft clicks and radiant chords.

Preview: release

Tracklist
01.Romance En Cordoba (Original Mix)
02.Romance En Cordoba (Stanisha Remix)
03.Romance En Cordoba (Stanisha Romantic Mix)
04.Romance En Cordoba (Matias Fernandez Vina Remix)
05.Romance En Cordoba (Matias Spataro Remix)
06.Romance En Cordoba (Jose Tabarez Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR055
Release: April 9th 2012
Style: Progressive House
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Alexandros DjKevingr - Terrorism In London

Alexandros DjKevingr loves to do weird stuff while he plays and mix several sounds together. He is into tech/funky & deep house generally and cant say “no” to a very nice production even though he is not into the genre of that particular style.

Unsurprisingly, "Terrorism In London" is a demanding journey through the dark side of DjKevingr's computer wizardry. It begins with the title track—a stormy session with an eerie vocal line—but the unnerving vibe in with the countless beats, percussion and vocals which emerge underneath a hypnotic set of high-frequency whistles.

Like Silence, most of "300 Yogurts" weigh in at less than four minutes—continuing a shift away from the lengthy soundscapes. "Skg" employs cut even deeper, as evidenced in the deliciously crisp growls and vocal cascades whose sub-bass grinds away like a maniacal floor buffer. "RetroBody" stranger to ambient-oriented excursions at its most haunting when the beat drops away completely the former leads off with a dubwise bass riff that slowly disappears under a chorus of anxious, otherworldly moans.

Preview: release

Tracklist
01.Terrorism In London (Original Mix)
02.300 Yogurts (Original Mix)
03.Skg (Original Mix)
04.etroBody (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR056
Release: April 16th 2012
Style: Tech House
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Dj Duma & Nico Kala G - Elements Of Darkness

"Elements Of Darkness," a collaboration between Dj Duma & Nico Kala G, has something going for it atop crisp, snapping percussion, its sweeping strings and brightly-hued dabs of synth are intensely emotional. Filled with off-pattern snares, disappearing/reappearing bass line, nice vocals and oddly apportioned synths, "Elements Of Darkness" might best be described as an experiment in doing all the wrong things at all the wrong times and eventually emerging better off for it. The ramshackle array of rickety drums and nature sounds is held in place by a bassline that erupts into a dusty sample that's been pinched and pulled in unnatural ways. Once the whole thing gets going it's a chugging AquAdro of a tune, all sorts of elements bubbling, bouncing and bobbing in a hectic manner that coheres to form an infuriatingly earwormy hook.

Kaan Koray version mates a brisk kick drum and nasty jacking bassline with monotonous chords stolen from his bag, a weird intersection of vocals and dark sounds that nevertheless sounds completely natural in his hands. Simon Landa takes away the catchy hook and instead turns it into a heavily-filtered crawler bored through by a relentlessly arpeggiating synth putting the entire track on a treadmill, rendering that catchy sample almost unrecognizable.

Preview: realese

Tracklist:
01.Elements Of Darkness (Original Mix)
02.Elements Of Darkness (AquAdro Remix)
03.Elements Of Darkness (Kaan Koray Remix)
04.Elements Of Darkness (Simon Landa Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR057
Release: April 23th 2012
Style: Progressive House

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Orelse - Sun Above Your Eyes

"Sun Above Your Eyes" is a new EP from Orelse continues in that vein, where spare 4/4 frameworks are established early on and the main focus of each track is essentially about how the resulting gaps are filled. Most often it's with a roughshod collection of pinging toms, sharpened claps and swirling pads, though plenty of found sounds also lurk within.

The version of Stanisha is aptly named for its modern lullaby overtones. If you have young kids, the soft edged and rippling chords which roll over more kinetic beats and hi-hats might be the perfect thing to send them off to sleep. A muffled sax and vocals also infuses the already fuzzy ambiance with yet more soulfulness, while the remixes are the sound of playing outdoors on a hazy and lazy summer afternoon come from Franzis-D remix. T-Dallas remix does that trick of pairing fairly firm, well-defined drums and crisp percussion with more rolling and incidental melodies and streams of earthy hues. Finally even though remix of Erdi Irmak reconciles the trio with their more indie roots, through its campfire strumming and debonair vocal harmonies, it uncomfortably sticks out next to its surroundings.

Preview: release

Tracklist:
01.Sun Above Your Eyes (Original Mix)
02.Sun Above Your Eyes (Stanisha Remix)
03.Sun Above Your Eyes (Franzis-D Remix)
04.Sun Above Your Eyes (T-Dallas Remix)
05.Sun Above Your Eyes (Erdi Irmak Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR058
Release: April 30th 2012
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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[IFMR053] Zan Prevee - Revealing Senses


Zan Prevee - Revealing Senses

Zan Prevee is nothing if not prolific, started experimenting in music technology and on the production of electronic music, his own unique style began to be recognized on radio sets over the world. "Revealing Senses" sees his splintered, shattered sonic palette continue to evolve away from shiny and abstract orbital toward more humid climes. The results are less dense and easier to love than arguably any of his output thus far.

John Ov3rblast
version immediately paints a sombre picture with a roughshod riff, rainy day melancholia and stretched out, long suffering space void wail all tugging on each and every heartstring from start to finish. Orelse Parlour Wall Mix feels less sorry for itself. The characteristic watery drips remain, however, and there's something of a thousand yard stare feel to the piano that echoes between the metalized perc pings and staggering drums. John D remix is offering a multitude of tiny glassy tinkles rippling up its middle, but despite his deft design, the loops seams to be crying beneath and is stays with you longest; its wilted strums sound like the final acceptance of a certain undesirable fate.

As the final track of this EP is from Jonny Vee and it's a slowed and soulful beatdown swagger that rattles and jangles like a herd of passing alpine cows. In so deftly pinning distant gauzy vox, odd modulated blobs and tinkling tambourines to the laziest of bottom ends, it ends up being the most irresistible concoction of all.

Available on beatport
Support from:
16 Bit Lolitas, Fernando Ferreyra, Aural Frequency, Andy Newland, DJ Tallo, Ivan Nikusev, Elemental Drift, Marc Pole, AudioKontrol, Ivelgo, Dave Carden, Mert Onat, Ingo Vogelmann, Dj Leonardo Roa, G-RoM, Deny , Jay to name a few..

Tracklist
01.Revealing Senses (Original Mix)
02.Revealing Senses (John Ov3rblast Remix)
03.Revealing Senses (Orelse Parlour Wall Mix)
04.Revealing Senses (Jonny Vee Remix)
05.Revealing Senses (John D Remix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR053
Released: March 26th 2012
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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OUT: [IFMR054] Peaceful Mind - Ray Of Light


Peaceful Mind - Ray Of Light

"Ray Of Light" initially sounds like some kind of lazy hippie drum circle, taking its sweet time to pick up the pace. Finally three minutes in, some whispers synths whoosh their way in, like a slightly looser, more organic, shows a lot of patience in its slow build (what comes later: a two-chord phrase.)

"Unfinished Dream" reinterpretation gives the kick drum a punishing low-end boost and hints of melody are replaced by a full-throated
synth that basically blots out the entire frequency spectrum, along with the filthy acrid drums we expect from Peaceful Mind.

Peaceful Mind drenched the tracks in shimmering synth for his progressive vison spreading the drums out sparsely and laying down a heaving
concave bass-line to give the twinkling mass a bit of shape.

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Support from: Paul Oakenfold, Fernando Ferreyra, Dave Carden, Elemental Drift, Aural Frequency, Daniel Sanchez, Sander Kleinenberg, Fady Ferraye, Zoe Xenia, Pao Calderon, Thomas A.S., Antonio De Angelis, Massimo Girardi, Eike Voigt, Angelo Ferreri, Luciano, Markus Schultz, Yrelav, Mert Onat

Tracklist
01.Ray Of Light (Original Mix)
02.Unfinished Dream (Original Mix)

Label: Insomniafm Records
Cat: IFMR054
Released: April 2th 2012
Style: Progressive House
Site: www.insomniafm.com
Streaming: www.insomniafm.com/insomniafm.pls
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MIRABILIS 031: INKFISH & GLANTA 'Mother / Father EP'
MIRABILIS 031: Inkfish & Glanta 'Mother / Father EP' inc. Alex & Filip + Ben Coda remixes is out now!



Tracklist:
MOTHER (ORIGINAL MIX
MOTHER (ALEX & FILIP MIRABILIS DUB)
FATHER (ORIGINAL MIX)
FATHER (BEN CODA REMIX)

Get it here: http://www.beatport.com/release/mother-father-ep/883716

Preview it here: http://soundcloud.com/mirabilisrecor...nkfish-glanta/


Press release:
Mirabilis Records is proud to have on board some Sweedsh's finest this time!It is Inkfish and Glanata who deliver two stunning tracks backed with a remix each in their 'Mother / Father EP'!
'Mother' is very warm tech house track with crispy beats, rolling percussion and some acid that gives the track some extra power. All of those things are perfectly matched to a synth riff that gets in straight into your head and keeps rolling over and over again. Another slice of fine beats from the swedish maestros!
Label bosses Alex & Filip are taking 'Mother' into a slightly darker and more sinister corners. They opt for a stronger and heavier baseline and tufter beats. The main riff is still there but with added tons of effects that make it even more hypnotic and mind-blowing. Definitely one for the techno heads and those who like it a bit ruff!
'Father' has a funkier and slightly progressive edge as the main chord riff and synth lines keep building while the groove keeps getting stronger through the track and various synth and drum fills add some extra crisp and energy. A safe bet in your sets!
Ben Coda's remix of 'Father' is another fine example of his unique fusion of progressive and techno. Ben makes a clever use of the original parts which are used on top of a clean, strong groove. As if this wasn't enough he adds a heavily infectious bass line and some hell raising effects. Madness.
Once again Inkfish, this time with Glanta together prove to be on top of their game. And there is no doubt, they will be there for the long time coming!

Feedbacks:

DUBFIRE: A&F dub, thanx!

ORDE MEIKLE (SLAM): will spin - cool EP and mixes thanx

MISS NINE : great pack, thanks

MARK KNIGHT via WESLEY S: COOL BEATS!!!!

GAVYN MYTCHEL: I love all 4 mixes, will support to the max!!!

SONIC UNION: Whole pack is fantastic! Every track is a winner and will be played heavily!

MITCH ALEXANDER: rocking stuff guys, esp the Alex & Filip Mix! top notch package!

GEMMA FURBANK: Great package! Well done lads. Loved Alex & Filip's remix

RANDALL JONESNDALL JONES: Father is a bomb. 100% rotation in my sets worldwide...

DARIN EPSILON: Alex & Filip Mirabilis Dub is excellent and I will strongly consider for my sets, radio show, chart, etc.

JOAO PENA: both remixes for me. thx

MARTIN GARCIA: Original of Mother and Alex & Filip too!

ADAM ROBERTS: Ben Coda remix take the prize!

ANDI DURRANT: Downloading, thanx

FEODOR ALLRIGHT & ELENA MECHTA: Ben Coda remix is great!

TODD BURNS from RESIDENT ADVISOR: Thanks!

STUART MILLAR: good for early doors thanks!

MARKUS SCHULZ: thanks, wull support!

YAMIL COLUCCI: Very good album, alex remix is my favourite, thanks!

ANDERSON NOISE: downlaoding thanks

JUAN DEMINICIS: Good stuff ! thanks

RODSKEEZ: Might give the original of father a go. Thanks

LOGIZTIK SOUNDS: nice ep, ill support thanks!

TONY BOVE (T-LECTUAL): Great EP, liking A&F rmx and Father orig the best

NIK FERAL: Great ep, really good groove going on. Alex & Filip is my fave

BRENDON COLLINS (SUMMER): Great release guys!

DANIEL MEHES: both of mother are really cool!

PETER MCGILL (PETER MCGILL): Really like this whole package. Ben's remix is quailty

DARKO DE JAN: Great pack

HERNAN SERANO: FATHER ORIGINAL IS THE ONE I WILL PLAY

KOSMAS EPSILON: both 'fathers' are great!!

LEONARDO TOU: very strong ep

RICHIE HARTNESS: Hard hitting tech houseness

MANCHINI: Quality as always! Loving Father most!

JAY KAUFMAN: Alex and Filip's remix is followed closely by the original of Mother. Nice to hear my long-time friends in Inkfish are still at it. Ben Coda's remix is also quite good, even if it's not my sound anymore.

STEFAN BAUER (Progressiveworld.at): wow, all 4 tracks are amazing! one of the best mirabilis so far and that's quite an achievement

JOE FISHER: Both remixes are impressive

SERGIO MATINA: Great job!!

TIM BENJAMIN: Mother (Alex and Flip remix) for me, thanks!

MATT BLACK: Alex and Fillip dub is quality

PLASTICLOUNGE: Typical Mirabilis!!!Great like ever,thx for dl

SASHA LE MONNIER: Both originals sounding great, nice work from Inkfish & Glanta. Also lovely groove on the dub mix from Alex & Filip...strong pack here, thanks!

NEIL BROWNE: Another batch of great productions, Alex & Filip Dub for me will be rocking some dance floors for me. Great work all round!

WADE BENNET: great pack

VERVE: Tidy release, nice variety and solid productions. Mr Coda's mix does it for me, quality remix!

SOULWERK: Lovin your remix guys!! Thanks!!

PARAVEEN ACHARY: Great to see Glanta back, and that too with Inkfish! Gorgeous release, top form for Mirabilis. Will be supporting the Alex & Filip Dub of 'Mother' & both versions of Father.

EMMA: nice package!

MARK J: go go mirabilis!!

NEIL MOORE: Supporting!

HARDERFASTER.NET: Alex & Filip Mirabilis dub of Mother is ace.

D-PHRAG: Supporting!
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