Next up on Lowbit is industry heavyweight Tash, who is the the driving force behind Greek based label Movement Recordings and an accomplished producer, with two new originals accompanied by two remixes.
The first original track is "The sun, the moon and stars above". Deep, sophisticated drums and skilfully fused bass elements form the hypnotic groove, with ethereal synths building the tension and immersing you totally in this captivating journey. The voice of an angel filters into the acoustic spectrum like a ray of glorious sunlight breaking through the clouds and the stage is now set for a meandering melodic paradise, which certainly doesn't disappoint.
The second original creation "A Reason For Healing" is an expertly fused hybrid of warm synth keys and a deep, primal and rolling bass section. Melancholy chords enter the fray whilst riffs and arpeggios fire off in every direction in the sonic landscape. Breathtaking melodies rise up in the break which tantalise whilst offering a healing nostalgia and then glistening drums return to make this a very memorable moment.
Cologne based prolific big room melodic techno master Carston Halm delivers the first remix of "The sun, the moon and stars above". Rolling arpeggiated bass and powerful drums are joined by expertly crafted sonic stabs before the magical strings light the way for the showstopping vocals. The addictive bassline returns with lustrous drums and all the elements combine effortlessly.
Aaron Suisse, who resides on the spiritual island of Ko Pha-ngan, takes care of the second remix of the "The sun, the moon and stars above". Detuned pads and glittering arpeggiators set the scene before a magical turn of pace creates a driving progressive odyssey. Dark stabs and mysterious, resonating sequences light the way and then the heavens open and the vocal spirals into the aural landscape. Vivacious snare rolls erupt and the components blend in perfect harmony to catapult us back into the infectious groove.