Luis Bondio’s Classound Recordings returns this week and it sees Luis paired up with one of his frequent studio partners Cesar Lombardi. The Argentinean duo delivered ‘Incubus’ for the labels second overall release and have also appeared together on Movement, Baires and 99percent. For Classound’s 5th overall release Luis and Cesar give us ‘Emotional Synthesis’ which comes with a remix from DNYO.

The ‘Emotional Synthesis’ original leads the release off with a tough and infectious hypnotic groove. Lots of swirling sounds and gyrating synths build though the first half of the record. It’s an eerie vibe that’s painted early on but after the main drop the track takes on slightly different vibe. A newly introduced riff along with an airy atmospheric backdrop create a much more emotional soundscape as the track powers though it’s second act. It’s a unique production that flows nicely through the variety of themes and moods that it possesses. It’s Luis and Cesar’s best melodic work to date in our opinion.

The lone remix is supplied by DNYO who is fresh off great remixes of Tim Penner and Quivver. This is DNYO’s first appearance on Classound and he’s delivered another futuristic bomb of a remix. Aptly titled ‘Scifi Dub’ DNYO’s interpretation is full of wonderfully futuristic electronics and unique themes throughout. The grinding, constantly evolving groove is going to be murder on the dance floor and the starkly processed sounds will tantalize your senses endlessly. A great release from Luis and Classound. Highly recommended. Release Promo Hype Chart Top 25

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