Movement Recordings released an outstanding collection of music entitled Beach Stories in September of 2012. Two of the standout tracks on the compilation came from two exceptionally talented Argentinean producers Luis Bondio and Cesar Lombardi. ‘Circulate’ and ‘Everlasting’ once again showcased Luis and Cesar’s passion for that cool and contemporary progressive house sound. Now for Movement’s 64th overall release both tracks receive their official release along with fresh interpretations from Sound Avenue headman Madloch and up and coming Greek producer Greger.
Dominique Heyninck of Mitrinique and Sound Avenue fame created his Madloch solo alias in September of 2012. His first single under the Madloch guise was entitled ‘Colorshock’ which proved to be one of Sound Avenue’s most hyped releases of the year as both the Marcelo Vasami and Paul Hazendonk remixes appeared in Hernan Cattaneo’s September and October charts respectively. As Dominique continues to build on the fast rising Madloch alias he’s delivered another top notch production here for his ‘Circulate’ remix. Dominique has taken the cool vocal samples, grainy textures, rolling beat patterns and all round great party vibe of the original and transformed it into something much deeper and intoxicatingly hypnotic. Long grainy sweeps, subtle electronics and a menacing subterranean groove have this one aimed squarely at those dark room dance floors.
Cesar Lombardi’s ‘Everlasting’ was heavily supported by Hernan Cattaneo after its inclusion on ‘Beach Stories’; most notably at Moonpark to an amazing dance floor reaction. ‘Everlasting’ is surely one of Cesar’s best productions to date, it’s driving psychedelic vibe is complemented with killer drums, a wicked stab and an ominous atmosphere that just builds and builds throughout the record. Gregory Tetradis aka Greger hails from Greece and although he is only 3 releases into his production career he’s already had two remixes on the well known Dutch label LuPS Records. For his remix of Cesar Lombardi’s ‘Everlasting’ Greger has taken the much larger sounding original and crafted a more minimal interpretation that opens the track up for techno and tech house DJs. A menacing bass line sits at the tracks momentous foundation while charging drums, escalating hypnotics and a trippy break round out what goes down as Greger’s best work to date. Release Promo Hype Chart #3
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