Attention time! Nang introduces the excellent new single from the duo Lazy Left. Originally from Ukraine and Armenia, two electronic instrumentalists Alexander Leu and Yuri Topolyan met in Sri Lanka, where they decided to base their name on their favorite surf spot in the south of the island 'Lazy Left'. The guys are experimenting between styles of Nu-Disco, Deep-House and Balearic. Their rich, warm and deep music, is inspired by the light of the sun and the sound of the sea waves, following the sunset rays, into the boundless ocean of space...
The remix single of the duos captivating track 'Friend' features 4 artists varying in style. The duos guitar based, dubby and deep sound is embedded within each track, yet taken to new realms with each remix. The Original version of Friend has a irresistibly catchy hook, making it ideal for remixing.
First up on remix duties in a regular face in the Nang family; Rayko. Madrid based, Canary Island raised DJ and producer is deeply influenced by the artists and sounds of the 70's and 80's. He's had a successful run of releases on Nang and since then, a busy DJ schedule worldwide. His percussion focused remix is filled with tropical drums and resonant melodies that rise higher and higher. The rigid bass line is smoothed with the silky guitar riffs.
Next up is the Zimbabwean beat maker Demure. The talented producer known for his attention to detail and smooth beats has lived up to his reputation. The space found within the mix is part of Demure's signature style. Deep sweeping low end sub, contrasted with detailed high freq textures and percussion marry up superbly. The vocals from the original are used in a more creative subtle way in this remix, echoing around the stereo field. The jazzy synth pads combined with the smooth guitar coat this track with a glossy finish.
The final remix comes from the Spanish Artist Ivan Fabra. Based in Barcelona Fabra's blend of Nu Disco, Italo, Cosmic Disco-Funk and Balearic vibes can be heard in his productions and DJ sets since the mid 90's. He lays down the heavy weight 4x4 Disco drums with shuffling metallic high hats. The bass line keeps the track rolling along, with dreamy pads floating in and out. The whole remix turns up a notch when the resonant Acid line filters though the mix uniting with the lower rounded bass line. Psychedelic synth sounds and vocoder do the finishing touches on this powerful remix.