The new release by Simposio Productions is already here. This time surprises us with the great artist Paul Loraine. A producer of an important music career that is thrilled to be part of this label and submit a different release from what we are accustomed, entitled "Major Minor Ep".
He is from London but lives in Barcelona. Highly supported by the BBC Radio 1, Mixmag and DJ Mag among others. Paul has published in a variety of labels, some as prestigious as Soma, Four Twenty, Outpost, or the promising Vitalik. Also he is earring of publishing few things on Indigo Raw and Leftroom. The producer has remixed artists as relevant as James Holden, Robert Owens or Silicone Soul among others.
Simposio has been one of the few labels chosen by Loraine to release his latest works, in a few weeks he will publish only on his own label: Rhythm Cult.
Attention to the 3 cuts. It slows rhythms and they have several influences. The first is "Major Minor", an excellent track especially noted for its deep melodies and influences ranging from modern deep to neo funk. We guarantee that you'll notice a quality massive song from the first listening.
Next is "Body Move" and is directed entirely to the DJ for his bars and long structures sounding to deep-house that connects seamlessly with the last track "Let it go!" A great track full of groove. Sensual and dance melodies all in one. It doesn't go unnoticed. Definitively, a complete work of an artist that fits perfectly into the philosophy of the label.
Undoubtedly, another phenomenal release by Simposio that link nicely with the first EP released on the label. "Boogie Wasteland" by the German duo Autodeep.