Lank

With Lank’s remix of K.Oshkin ‘I Can’ out this week on Mirabilis Records, we take a look at his favourite tracks of the moment in the latest edition of What’s In Your Box?

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1. Douglas Greed, Mooryc – Noisy (Original Mix) [Freude Am Tanzen Recordings]

One of my favorite tracks of 2015. Great spacey themes, gives me goosebumps everytime!

2. Clarian – Unrest (Original Mix) [My Favorite Robot Records]

I think I would say something about what i did the previous one. Simply a magical piece of music..

3. Roman Flügel – Black Towers (Original Mix) [Dial Records]

Grabbed this track last summer and it caught me immediately with that hypnotic and iterative groove. Such a trip!

4. Jacek Sienkiewicz – Drifting (Original Mix) [Recognition]

This used to be the kickstarter of a set, then there is no-stopping.

5. Blondish – Endless Games (Patrice Baumel Remix) [Kompakt]

Great remix again from Patrice Baumel! Moody and haunting number with a hint of vocoded vocals.

6. Dimitri from Amsterdam – Collider (Sigward Remix) [Espai Music]

For me the absolute winner of “Closing Tracks” category this year. Sharp arpeggio synths, impressive chords and great build-up. Love this one!

7. Sebastian Mullaert – Fusion (Original Mix) [Kontra Musik]

Nothing but the amazing trademark sound of Sebastian Mullaert (Minilogue). Atmospheric minimal-space-funk as it’s best.

8. Korablove – Mermaid Song (Mihai Popoviciu Remix) [Highway Records]

A perfect warmer and another great remix from Mihai Popoviciu.

9. Phonogenic – Hobo Dots (Original Mix) [Turquoise Blue Recordings]

Simple and humble groove with moving synths & fxs around. This would be able to grab your attention.

10. Jonas Rathsman – Conium (original Mix) [KX]

Profound storyteller track with such quality production from a great fresh label.

Lank’s remix of K.Oshkin ‘I Can’ is out now on Mirabilis Records, you can purchase the release: here

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  • Mitch Alexander
    Mitch Alexander

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