With 'Java' we welcome Pete McCarthey for is debut release on ICONYC. The original is an emotionally charged progressive house groover that opens with all manner of melodic synthetic bleeps, sound bites, chopped vocal snippets and futuristic effect hits before the lead melody gradually eases into the fray. The track continues to build on a solid foundation of tough percussive grooves and bass-lines. A gorgeous progressive house cut that is perfect for that prime-time dance floor moment that will get you moving all night long.
Juicebox supremo Praveen Achary, famed for his intricate and refined productions delivers a deep dub rework, that creates tension from the word go, as the atmospheric and driving vibe keeps you moving with warm tinkling sounds, a smooth edge and some nicely effected sounding pieces that keeps building to culminate into a true prime time club monster. We basically have the formula for a bit of a monumental outing. The sparseness is the key here, as this restrained gem works its magic while it plays away, creating a stunning glow, creating an air of sophistication. "Essential stuff!"
Next up is Argentinian Lucas Rossi, known for his polished and refined sound, who keeps the ethereal theme of the original alive, as the pulsating bass powers along, before its drum fills and general drive all combine to do the talking. Like something from yesteryear, yet sounding totally fresh - This mystical touch up takes the energy levels up a notch, but increases the melancholy with stripped back and lucid elements at the same time, before the luscious groove graces the rework changing the vibe and creating a blanket of warmth that wraps around the effected groove, confirming that Lucas really is a man at the top of his game.
All the ingredients are there for another instant ICONYC classic. Don't miss out on this marvellous release. Pete McCarthey's 'Java' sees a worldwide release on May 22nd, 2017!