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What’s In Your Box: Li-Polymer

With Li-Polymer having new music out on 238W Inc., Hookah Records, Sudbeat and Superordinate Music, we take a look at his favourite tracks of the moment in the latest edition of What’s In Your Box?


1. Sasha – Rooms (Original Mix) [Late Night Tales]

Beautiful track, and it fits for the beginning or end of a session. We get stuck in those piano notes and, of course, the vocals. In my bag since it came out!

2. Navar & Mononoid – Versoene (Original Mix) [microCastle]

Navar & Mononoid doesn’t need any presentation, collaborating with such an amazing label, but this interpretation really called me right from the first second, and to be honest it was i expected. Full of love and soulful feelings, a forward thinking textures that takes you to beautiful places, wishing you not to leave there. I’m totally sure that you guys will love this one!

3. Khen – Never Lose Your Innocence (Original Mix) [Sudbeat Music]

Well, when it comes to Israel we already have to be prepared for pure love and intelligent music, loaded of groove and melodies. This amazing artist have been touching people’s hearts, with no exception! A track that will be in my selection for a long time.

4. Juan Deminicis – The Scape (Original Mix) [Plattenbank]

Have the pleasure working with a Juan’s project called ‘Behind The Sun’ a few year ago and already notice that it would become one of the most interesting artists to follow, and the results don’t fail. With music in labels such as Lost&Found, Sudbeat Music, this is other one that complements the wonderful work he’s been doing until today. Love the drive and the groove story that Juan imprints! Recommended.

5. Jos & Eli, DJ Zombi – Internal Affair (Donatello, Arnas D Remix) [Perspectives Digital]

Already get used to the fresh beats from both remixers, it gives us energy and impulse to move on in our music ‘story’ while playing, and this remix is other one to prove that. Groovy remix that leave everyone dancing non-stop!

6. Matter & GMJ – Atoms (Original Mix) [Proton Music]

Yes, probably the best work i’ve listened from this two partners. Wonderful constant bass which makes a great wedding with percussions and the melodic drive makes us happy with our thoughts. Very clever project from two great artists. Nothing more to say about this, the music speaks for it self.

7. Pax – Alive (Tim Hanmann Remix) [KDB Records]

I’m very flexible mixing in terms of genre and this one is an example of it. Between the progressive or more techno elements there’s some more deep moments that we must imprint, always never loosing the feeling of what’s happening, of course! Anyway, this is another progress that i really enjoy it, with those sinister vocals and hypnotic groove percussions that keeps you with the eyes closed without talking to anyone. Love those moments.

8. Terry Lee Brown Junior with Ira Ange – Innocent (Hernan Cattaneo & Martin Garcia Remix) [Plastic City]

Yeah, another beautiful sensible vocal from Ira Ange accompanied with all of this deep hypnotic journey made by this two big names from world music industry, specially mister Cattaneo, witch i have a big love and respect for him. The legendary label at his best!

9. Cid Inc. – Contrite (Original Mix) [Sudbeat Music]

One of the most emotional and sentimental interpretations i’ve listened until now. Serious. If you really believe in getting in to all of this masterpiece music elements process you know what i’m talking about. It’s difficult to describe in words what i feel every time i listen or play this one. Magic melody from other world.

10. Petar Dundov – Everlasting Love (Original Mix) [Music Man Records]

The best feeling or moment to finish a mix is like this. Twelve minutes of a melodic synth drive that makes you think your in heaven and ‘understand’ that the journey of all the mix is about to landing well and put every one involved a big smile in your face. Genius work from this well-known artist.

Li-Polymer has new music on now on 238W Inc., Hookah Records, Sudbeat and Superordinate Music, you can purchase those releases: here


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