The 358th release on Michael & Levan and Stiven Rivic’s Mistique Music sees Part 3 of DJ Noor & Stefan Addo’s ‘Distances’ getting its release. The track was originally released in September of 2012 with Part 2 seeing it’s release 3 months later. Now for Part 3 of ‘Distances’ we have new remixes from Fernando Ferreyra, Atrium Sun and DJ Ceratti & Juan Pablo Graziano.
The first remix is supplied by long time Mistique artist Fernando Ferreyra. The Argentinean producer closed out 2012 incredibly strong with releases on Lowbit and OLD SQL. This will be Fernando’s 11th appearance on Mistique and he’s delivered a top notch remix here. Fernando’s ‘Distances’ interpretation begins with a drummy framework that really packs some dance floor punch. Warm bass tones along with celestial melodies fill the air and bring a heavenly vibe which flows smoothly into the main breakdown. Here some complementary vocal pads, bell like melodies and dynamic atmospheric accents provide a gorgeous musical interlude. The rolling groove reappears with a sense of restraint as not to ruin the gorgeous moment. The track closes with more newly formed melodies teasing the emotions and senses for a great finish.
The second remix comes from Atrium Sun who is making his 10th appearance on Mistique. The Russian producer provides a tough break beat interpretation that’s going to be very powerful on the dance floor. Tough beats combined with wicked chord changes and electric sounding melodic lines keep the energy sky high as the track reaches the main break. Here the melodies get expanded upon and showcased wonderful as the beats begin to fade back in. The broken beats hit home hard and the surging walls of sub bass push the track to a big finish. Great breaks rework form Atrium Sun.
The final remix on the package comes from DJ Ceratti & Juan Pablo Graziano who are making their debut on Mistique here. The Argentinean duo have been running off some great productions on Mistique Digital, Green Snake and Deepsessions over the last few years and their remix here has gotten 2013 off to a great start as it is their first production of the year. A serious progressive groove with some well shaped bass stabs sets an energetic mood early on. Floor friendly drums and ominous synths enhance the groove as more of the melodic elements get introduced. It’s a slow and steady builder which begins to really hit it’s mark about three quarters of the way through with gorgeous melodic clusters painting a wonderful emotional picture that your dance floor will remember long after the night is over. A worthy set of remixes here and another solid release from Michael & Levan and Stiven Rivic’s Mistique Music. Release Promo Hype Chart Top 25