Supported by Hernan Cattaneo, Guy J, John Digweed, Gregor Tresher, Nick Warren, Karotte and many more.
Under-the-radar producer Dave Brody has gained much respect in the national as well as international music scene. He is known for meticulously crafting his compositions into a groove driven, old school sound.
Dave Brody's original mix of 'Eclipse' starts with a solid, jacking beat. The dreamy hi-hats create an up-lifting groove that matches those short but punchy lower frequencies perfectly. 'Eclipse' includes a wide stereo spread break with a tight and never ending melody. The drop brings us back to earth: an underground but complex groove, which is very hard to not love.
Guy J took the track's melodic theme and added a dozen of big room layers. This track just doesn't stop intensifying. On the contrary: it keeps getting bigger and bigger with the minute. Close your eyes and enjoy this perfectly fitting mixture of sounds that is so typical for the Israeli producer. Once again, Guy J knows to satisfy his audience with this interpretation of Dave Brody's original mix.