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  • Release Date 2016-09-12
  • Label Yang
  • Catalog YANG049
A celebrated release on the Proton Music imprint, Poison Pro and Miusha's "Alien", proved to be a huge hit among peers and music lovers alike. Originally launched in April 2011, the Russian pair's work went on to see a 'quardilogy' of remix releases which included the talents of Kobana, Fiord and Shingo Nakamura among others. Now returning to the track, a pair of new remixes take centre stage on Yin :: Yang.

Making a high-profile appearance on Marc Romboy's Systematic label, remixed by Israeli legend Guy Mantzur on "Let Me Take You (On a Journey)", German producer, Joerg Querner has hit upon a long-term formula for success through his Van Bellen production soubriquet. Moreover, earlier work remixing Nalin and Kane for Superfly and Miro for Hooj Choons, has been supplemented with more recent releases for Bonzai Progressive, Soundteller and Crossfade Sounds. Applying his undoubted credentials to Poison Pro and Miusha's work, the Van Bellen remix immediately draws parallels with the original as Miusha's vocal lines play a central role above a collage of sweeping pads, muted arpeggio and ticking hi-hat rhythms. A beautifully emotive melodic sequence at the mid-point takes proceedings to new heights as the Van Bellen remix of "Alien" plays out in intricately crafted rhythmic prowess.

Directed/AandR by Tripp Baronner
Mastered by Steffen Mueller | steffenmuellermastering.com
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Text by James Warren
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