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  • Release Date 2010-07-30
  • Label Echelon
  • Catalog ER057
Neshi Futuro aka Lukasz Wojcik is a 1987 born producer from Poland. His style is trance with a strong tech influence similar to artists such as Re-Ward, Leon Bolier, Orjan Nilsen, Sander van Doorn, and his countryman Dave Schiemann, all of whom he says have inspired him on his own journey into music. Since his first experiments with composing at the age of 14, he has persistently developed his producing skills and the work is beginning to bear fruit. The fresh single 'Breathe' with a remix by ReOrder is also Neshi Futuro's debut appearance on Echelon.


1. Breathe (Original Mix)
The original mix of Breathe is a smoothly flowing trancer with rich synths, shiny melodies, and a solid bassline. A pumping melodic theme lifts up the intro before the track breaks down into an epically sweet interlude by a delicate piano and symphonic strings. The piano subtly introduces the main theme, which then kicks off in a passionate lead variation and drives through the breath-takingly uplifting second part.

2. Breathe (ReOrder Deep Remix)
Best known of his beautiful and driving uplifting trance works, ReOrder flashes his artistic depth and diversity with this progressive pearl of a remix. The broken bassline and wet clap give a taut base groove for the softly layered synth harmonies and a brightly rippling piano plays a glistening variation from the original's break. After an ethereally soothing break the remix builds up again and kicks in a techier dance gear for a while, and the lustrous melodics then take the track into outro.

3. Breathe (Extended Mix)
The extended mix is the choice for those who enjoy the original with a more lavish development of themes and passages.
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