Andrew K’s Quadrature imprint returns this week with a brand new remix edition for Fiddler’s ‘Spring Love’. The original version along with remixes from Tolga Diler and Julian Rodriguez was released just over a month ago and now for Quadrature’s 11th overall release we see new interpretations from: Ewan Rill, Neel V and Steve Lovesey.

Ewan Rill continues to be one of busiest producers in progressive house, his remix here will be his 58th release this year and he’s delivered an exceptional interpretation of ‘Spring Love’. Ewan’s tough beats carry a lot of pop and the energy levels are high with a great groove going early. Slowly the bigger melodic elements enter and a wonderful dreamy quality comes over it as the track reaches the main break. The drop is short but filled with great atmospheric tension and comes with a mammoth build followed by a wicked payoff that’s going to be perfect for a peaktime set. More great stuff from Ewan Rill.

http://youtu.be/csbpZwoj4dU

UK producer Neel V. provides the second remix and delivers a spacey but tough interpretation that really rocks. A tightly constructed groove is well complemented with some nice vocal gates and delicate piano stabs. The swirling atmospherics cast a dreamy vibe that’s wonderful but the overall toughness of the groove really makes it a great dance floor tool. Awesome stuff from Neel V.

Closing the package out is Steve Lovesey who is making his second appearance on Quadrature. We loved his remix of Dunkan’s ‘Move’ and he’s crafted a great production here as well. It’s the most tech house oriented piece on the package with a very punchy groove and some very floor friendly drums. It’s the melodic and atmospheric elements that play off the groove that we really love though. A very rainy day, meandering feel that just oozes class. Great work from Steve and another highly recommended release from Quadrature.

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  • Mitch Alexander
    Mitch Alexander

    WRITER @ C-U

    Mitch Alexander is the owner of microCastle | Beatport "One of the most influential, tastemaker labels out there and also part of our genre committee."

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