Progressive House Reviews

Ziger – Lost Precision (System Recordings)

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It’s a big week for System Recordings as they are presenting two massive releases. Ozgur Ozkan’s ‘We Don’t Need a Miracle’ was just released with a huge remix from Nikko.Z and now they’ve quickly followed that up with a brand new single from Ziger entitled ‘Lost Precision’. Harris Zigeridis aka Ziger has been one of Greece’s most underrated producers in recent years. His appearances on 3rd Avenue, Baroque and Mistique Music have all been sensational and his debut single for System Recordings looks to be one of his career highlights.

‘Lost Precision’ begins with a strong driving groove which is accompanied by some wickedly hypnotic synth lines. Big dramatic sweeps soon reveal additional rhythms and choppy drums which further lock down the already amazing groove. Subtle vocal stabs and mesmerizing loops carry the track to the main break where a powerful atmospheric build pushes things even further. The re-entry of the groove is perfectly restrained for the more clued up dance floors and the second half boasts an even greater emotional presence. Ziger has also supplied a second ‘Lost’ version of the track which focuses more on the groovy elements and thus may make it a better choice for the less peak time oriented sets. Hard to go wrong with either one.

The lone remix on the release is supplied by David Granha who is making his first appearance on System Recordings. The Spanish producer has successfully reinvented his production sound a few times now and most recently seems to be focusing on the soulful aspects of musical techno. I personally feel the best productions of David’s career are coming out now. His upcoming EP for Mirabilis Records is really exceptional and he’s delivered a very cool remix of ‘Lost Precision’ as well. David’s driving, techno inspired rework is full of wonderful musicality and big peak time rhythms which collide for a truly exhilarating experience. It’s my favourite version on the release and you should be hearing it lots in the coming months. Great release from System Recordings.

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