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  • Release Date 2018-07-20
  • Label Proton Music
  • Catalog PROTON0404
Ending 2017 on a high, Lanvary took the progressive house scene by storm with the heavenly "Venus" EP. Comprising two standout tracks, the second is now rewarded with a full release of its own including remixes from Germany, South Africa and Spain.

Comprised of the combined talents of Luc Angenehm and Deep Suite, the "Germafrican" axis has been on the lips of the melodic house and techno cognoscenti with their inimitable production work. Under their LADS production pseudonym, the duo has been responsible for a "trademark sound filled with emotion and variety", full of "German finesse and South African groove". Successful artists and DJs in their own rights with extensive production portfolios and regular gigs, the duo have found their combined work signed to a clutch of impressive imprints including Traum, Nie Wieder Schlafen and Particles. Regulars on Proton Music, the debut release of LADS' three-track, "Miss Jean", in September 2017 was further complemented by May 2018's twin-track "Hagel". Now returning to the label, the LADS remix of "Cerberus" is typically impressive with distinctive melodic flair courtesy of a new lead motif that glitters across the top end. Evolving relentlessly with driving, fizzing percussion, a rippling arpeggio enters the fray that comes fully to the fore in the stripped back breakdown. Joined by mule-like kick and the strong rhythmic components in the third movement, the resultant remix is a joy to behold.

Spanish stalwart, Gonzalo Luque, is another artist with a strong and hugely impressive reputation behind him. Under his Soulwerk guise, the Madrid based artist has found much success with a vehicle that allowed him to express his "most intimate concept of electronic music". A debut on Canadian label, Whose Haus, was a notable start to his career in 2011, before going on to feature on a host of esteemed imprints that have included Nick Warren's Hope and Luis Junior's Mooseeka. Further original work for Cid Inc.'s Replug and Darin Epsilon's Perspectives Digital in 2011 and 2015 have illustrated Soulwerk's depth of talent. A regular on Proton Music since March 2014's "Searching For You Through the Stars", July 2015's "Spiritcatcher" and 2016's "The New Beginning" showcased stellar original material. Now returning to Proton after remixes of Navar and Michael A in 2016 and '17, the Soulwerk interpretation of "Cerberus" is an aptly named "Groovedelic Remix". Full of a huge and intricate array of percussive layers, backed by strong beat, a rich groove-based affair radiates across the stereo-spectrum in head-shaking glory. A shimmering arpeggio sequence rises and falls in intermittent fashion creating an undulating, coruscating rework that builds impressively, intelligently reworking components of Lanvary's original in a smooth new aural tapestry.

Remixes from LADS and Soulwerk are have given Lanvary strong new ammunition in their fight against "Cerberus".

Directed by Jay Epoch
AandR by James Warren
Mastered by Cid Inc.
Design by Ben Mautner
Text by James Warren

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