Jelly For The Babies – Cosmopolis Part 2 (Clinique Recordings)

Clinique Recordings returns this week with two brand new interpretations of ‘Cosmopolis’ by Jelly For The Babies.


Initially released in April of last year ‘Cosmopolis’ showcased the Serbian’s deep groovy style perfectly and the two interpretations from Matias Larrosa & Nico Sparvieri and Qoob were both terrific. Fast forward ten months and we see Michael A and Mohn (NL) providing new versions with equally brilliant results.

The first interpretation of ‘Cosmopolis’ is provided by Michael A who is making his third appearance on Clinique Recordings. The Belarus based producer has had a solid first two months of 2015 with releases on Just Movement, Lowbit, Mistique Music and Movement Recordings. His remix of Rogier & Stage Van H ‘Aura’ on Just Movement showcased a much bigger sound than what we’d been hearing of late and was one of his strongest works this year. For his ‘Cosmopolis’ interpretation Michael has crafted a deep, hypnotic production with lots of cool dubby qualities. The late night appeal is pretty high and it’s one of those tracks that just has a cool, effortless vibe about it. The panning gates, endless atmospheric drifts and smooth rhythms should be awesome on the floor and makes for a great complement to the excellent original. Nice work from Michael.

The second and final interpretation of ‘Cosmopolis’ is provided by Mohn (NL) who is making his first appearance on Clinique Recordings. The Dutch producer had several highlights in 2014 with an appearance on Hernan Cattaneo’s Sudbeats Volume 2 compilation and winning Sound Avenue’s Han Haak remix competition being the most notable. A remix of Nicolas Pourtale’s ‘Forest Nautica’ has gotten the year off to a nice start and a great interpretation of ‘Cosmopolis’ keeps the momentum going. With a new twist on Jelly’s low slung groove the energy has been upped a few notches and a long, stripped down second act does wonders to build tension for a rousing third act. Brilliant remix form Mohn (NL) yet again and a top notch remix pack from Clinique Recordings.

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