- Release Date 2016-01-26
- Label Trojan House Records
- Catalog THR020
Next up the Greeks deliver "Wonder Gate". A wonderfully deep, heavy and jackin' tech house jam. Groovy drums laden with percussive goodness, alongside a dynamite sub bass, evolving synth parts and an infectious "popcorn" melody. All parts blend blissfully together with a cool gangster style vocal to boot.
David Delgado's takes his mix of "El Viaje" to a moody, dark and dangerous place. Suspenseful and tense as he paints his audio canvas with twisted fills and thick dominating layers. Stripped back, but still noisy and full at the same time. When the beat drops it has the power to cause damage.
Mihai Popoviciu gives us a slightly uplifting rendition of "Wonder Gate". With a focus on his evolving synth work, he gets into our heads with his infectious synth melody. His subby kick and bass line thud nicely together, while his tops dance across the spectrum and add a level of groove with the percussive elements and minimal use of the original vox.
Dan Baartz' interpretation of "Wonder Gate" is a fresh, dubbed out tech cut. Combining a droned sub bass and its vigorous low end roll with snappy highs, and a cheeky reverse engineered vocal, he leaves plenty of room in the middle for his synthy growls, and atmosphere building intricacies to wash over the spectrum.
Trojan House Records
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