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SUVA007 - Remix Pack 2

Sub_Urban is back with Part 2 (of 2) of it's 'Remix Pack' series. The second outing turns the volume up a notch, with more serious, club oriented dance-floor jams than it's predecessor while maintaining the same level of depth and quality.

First up Goal's Sapamana is reworked by Mallorquin native Campaner, resulting in a journey into the deep highlighted by creative drum programming and a dubby chord pattern. An acid line emerges later on, followed by ethereal vocals that take this intelligent tech track a step further. As the groove continues to develop, a filter glides along to create the feeling of flying without moving, as Campaner displays an ever improving production technique.

Luv Machines is the project of Sebas Ramis and Campaner, and on this remix they re-work the later's track I'm Rebel. The duo start things off with a house groove and a bell pattern, with a minimal bassline that's reminiscent of some of the best works of Dessous' Vincenzo. Synth stabs and more percussion follow, making this one of the most accessible club tracks on the release, and sure to be heard throughout the islands and mainland this year.

Next, Gaol remixes Guri's Africa, beginning with a heavy kick drum and an erie disco string. Gaol's signature percussion follows, as the vibe builds slowly with synth swells and a hypnotic bassline. As is the theme throughout this EP, minimal vocal cut ups help the track walk the line between house and techno, making this one the top pick of the EP for bouncey dancefloor pleasure.

Italian producer Oneplus are back with a remix of Guri ft. Eider, this one an elegant, melodic house trip packed with early morning piano riffs and bass swells. The track is sure to be a hit with fans of Tale of Us, who are looking for a more musical reprise to their progressive and tech sessions. The track is both patient and creative, with layered synthesizers reminding us of the early works of Underworld.

Dirty Culture makes their debut for the label with a tribal groove featuring unique percussion elements that create an afro-inspired house groove, complimented by warm synth pads. A marimba drum pattern builds up to a release of driving analog drums and vocal snippets that create a rhythm of their own. Like many on the release, the track is destined to be in the bags of multiple genres of DJs, with a very club friendly and yet intelligent mood.

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