Already supported by: Nathan Coles, Timo Maas, Slam, Sascha Krohn, Alex Flatner, Daniel Sanchez, Dimitri Andreas, Hermanez, Marcus Vector, Massimo Girardi, Valerio Hernandez, Psytox.
For this 3rd release we're very happy to team up with Ilario Liburni, one of Belgian's finest newcomers. His fascination with electronic music was sparked at the age of 12, as he discovered and became infatuated by dance music.
Amanda is a kind of dark and moody dance floor stomper packed with all the right ingredients to build the crowd up to frenzy.
A bouncing track that constantly moves forward and progresses teasing the listener with build-ups and bass lines that ride on an irresistible groove whilst the accompanying kicks and percussion set the atmospherics. The track plays with sounds with the end result being a release that constantly moves forward without sounding the least bit rushed.
The remix starts off at an easier pace, exploring the softer side of Amanda, focusing on its subtle changes while toning down the noise and static.
The edge and rawness of the original is still maintained, but in a more melodic form providing a different essence to the track. Accents and claps add a nice touch, the vocals are slowed down and presented in looped form at the track's peak, backed by the steady bass melody, tinkering percussion, and its driving bass drum.
Suspect on the other hand offers a variety of sound elements. Blurs of noise, air-clearing thunderclaps and distortion are balancing out the waves of rising, rolling bass lines and stabs of kicks until the vocals are hacked to fragments and seamlessly integrated into the tracks overall sound palette.Everything from the placed percussion, the stuttered melodic tones to the blurry vocals have a distinctly piercing and noisy structure that feels perfectly at home alongside thunderous bass lines and exploding waves that rush over the listener.
There is something in this musical package for everyone and it will definitely thrill you!