AudioStorm & Double Needle Project – Morphine (Soundteller Records)

The latest release on Deersky’s Soundteller Records features a fresh collaboration from AudioStorm and Double Needle Project.

AudioStorm & Double Needle Project

Diehard Progressive House fans are all familiar with AudioStorm who has appeared on a long list of cutting edge labels like System Recordings and Sleepless Night Recordings. Double Needle Project may be a new name though. With just two releases on Balkan Connection South America and Breaking Barriers, Double Needle Project is just starting to get known for his deep progressive sound. Here he teams up with AudioStorm for their first collaboration entitled ‘Morphine’ which includes remixes from Fernando Ferreyra and Robert R. Hardy.

The deep grooves which Double Needle Project displayed on his previous tracks have melded with AudioStorm’s cool progressive sound. ‘Morphine’ comes with a warm, full and well shaped foundation which the dancing percussion accents it perfectly. There are a few motifs running through this; the panning piano keys are definitely a focal point but the blissful pads are also quite memorable and highly emotive. With elements like these it’s easy for a track to lose its club appeal but the strength of the groove more than keeps it intact here. Great stuff from AudioStorm and Double Needle Project.

The first interpretation of ‘Morphine’ is provided by Fernando Ferreyra who is returning to Soundteller Records for his second appearance. The Argentinean producer made his debut on the label with his ‘Times’ single which was released in December of last year. Fernando’s long running ‘Dreamers’ radioshow remains one of Frisky’s most popular shows and his interpretation of ‘Morphine’ gets the year off to a great start production wise. It’s a more atmospheric approach from Fernando and it’s heavenly vibe complements the groovy original wonderfully. The long cinematic break is one of many highlights; it’s heavenly mood comes off very effortless and the slow build as the beats eventually reappear make for a silky smooth conclusion. Lovely work from Fernando.

The second and final interpretation of ‘Morphine’ is provided by Robert R. Hardy who is making his seventh appearance on Soundteller Records. The Hungarian producer continues to be one of the most prolific and also most consistent around. His recent remixes for Majestic Family and Mistique Music were sensational and his ‘Vibrations’ single (also courtesy of Soundteller) was one of his best originals to date. For his ‘Morphine’ interpretation we see Robert doing what he does best and that’s crafting smooth grooves and enchanting soundscapes. The main themes from the original are delicate here and the mix is all the better for it, Robert’s groovy foundation once again shines and the production excels on it’s subtlety. Should be great for setting the atmosphere of a room. Beautiful remix from Robert and a well put together release from Deersky’s Soundeller Records.

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