The 17th release on microCastle sees the always on form duo of Monaque with their first EP for the label. This follows a strong run of releases for the Russian pair which included the Jack Rose EP on Renaissance and their remixes of Lank's 'Run On Fumes' and Tonnsaied & Mario Kahn's 'Voided' . The Dos3000 EP contains 2 original tracks; 'Dos3000' and 'Resolutions' which have been receiving heavy play from many of the world's top DJs in recent months with Hernan Cattaneo leading the charge. Spooky and Quivver who are two of electronic music's most legendary and storied artists have been called upon to remix the EP. The Dos3000 original mix is driven by a tough techno groove which is complimented by some devastatingly dark electronics and a simple yet extremely effective lead which all makes for a peak time main room bomb. Fresh off his Yeah Yeah EP for Bedrock Quivver reworks Dos3000 into a dark and twisted dancefloor killer. The unmistakeable trademark Quivver groove is certainly evident and the overall heads down vibe and spirit of the original is maintained. Added vocal elements, seriously fresh sounds and a keen dancefloor sensibility make for another outstanding production from Quivver.On the Resolutions original Monaque have really come up with a timeless classic. This piece has an undeniable positive vibe and great club energy about it. With with one of the most unique and memorable melodic leads of the year Resolutions is awe inspiring and unquestionably profound. There are very few artists who can claim to be true pioneers of electronic music; with Spooky however the claim is absolutely legitimate. Their debut album 'Gargantuan' on William Orbit's Guerilla Records will forever be regarded as one of the defining albums in the history of modern dance music. That along with touring with the Aphex Twin, remixing Sven Vath or producing the 'Involver' projects alongside Sasha; Duncan Forbes and Charlie May have been at the forefront of electronic music their entire careers. On Resolutions Spooky have delivered a stunning interpretation, the foundation is built on a grinding techy groove that will shred up even the most discerning of dancefloors. As more elements are added into the mix there is a constant building tension as the droning leads and panning electronics escalate in potency. The end result is nothing short of remarkable and should make for some of the most memorable dancefloor moments of the year. Forthcoming Charlie May productions to lookout for include a collaboration with Barry Jamieson which will be released this summer with remixes from Dimitri Nakov and Sasha. Also on the gig front Spooky and Charlie May will be playing at Glastonbury this year and Spooky will be playing alongside Booka Shade at Space Ibiza for 15 years of DJ Mag Ibiza.