We are so glad to announce the new Opendecks Records release that will hit the stores on November 1st 2016. Facundo Lezcano might sound like a new producer to you, but he isn´t. He is vital half part of Armonik, along side with DMarquez, that has already taken part on the label with an awesome remix for one of Oosferas great tracks, Embrujo. Lately, this awesome remix, had been selected by legendary label Armada Music on one of their latest Deep House compilations. After this great success, Facundo is delivering two awesome melodic techno tunes by his own, Plumas & Corinthians. Plumas is a great Symphonic Techno track, as facundo likes to call it, with huge climax, emotional melody, strong bass and nice groove. The dark vibe on the track and its fine melody, will send you instantly on a long travel to a far away place. The second track Corinthians involves a continuous sequence where noisy & clippy percussion patterns comes and go all along, mixing perfectly with melody synths and creating a great breakdown just before it brings back all the power to the dance floor. It is a must trying for any peak time part of a set. On remix duties for Corinthians we have Pablo German. He is another great argentinean producer, also from Neuquén, already with releases on labels like Balkan connection, Just movement & Soundteller. He creates a perfect progressive house tune, taking all the fine melodies and mixing them all back together with delicate sounds; creating a very gentle & subtle track, also very trippy on its long ride. Closing this great release we are very lucky to have our great label artist Juan Fort aka. Oosfera on board again. As we already know he is a diverse and prolific producer, it is always very exciting to have him back again delivering new stuff for the label. Always surprising, he created a great Electronica track, full of elements, very musical, with some ancient bliss of deep atmospheres. We hope you like our new release and we are always grateful for your support in our constant search for quality music.