- Release Date 2016-10-03
- Label Griffintown Records
- Catalog MILE309
The solo remix here is from Moscoman, who has made the move from Tel Aviv (Israel) to Berlin. Creating a personal sound with varied influences, he heads up the Disco Halal label and also enjoyed success with great releases for ESP Institute, Correspondant, I'm A Cliche and Eskimo.
Track one titled "Amin" is the first of the two originals to feature on this release. Oozing class from the very first beat, it has a deep synth line and organic flow which is soon followed by expertly placed keys and complimenting chords. Instantly captivating with a dreamy aesthetic, the track has gothic 80's undertones and will no doubt appeal to fans of artists like Recondite and Tale of Us.
Second on the release is the Moscoman remix of "Amin" and he takes it up a notch with his rework. Thickening the percussion he adds a throbbing pulse to give the bassline an injection of energy. Moving like the crest of a wave, the melody weaves in and out of the mix to create drama and build tension in what can only be described as an epic remix.
The third track on this EP titled "Distance Touch" is the second of two originals. Lead by the bassline, this is another melodic monster with just the right amount of chic. Stripped back percussion makes space for rising pads, whilst the intimate whisper of the female vocal captivates the listener. Distinctively individual, the track has a poignant sense of mystery and is a must have DJ tool for anyone who likes to take the dancefloor on a journey.
Finishing the release is a Radio Edit of "Amin" for anyone looking to have a rather more compact version of the EP's lead track.