- Release Date 2019-03-15
- Label BluFin
- Catalog BF264
Ramirez Son goes first and flips the cut into a deep roller with tense synths and train track-like percussive sounds over the top. It's one that carries you well into the night then Nantais & Hazendonk, go for something smoother and more leaning, with nice warm chords and molten keys bringing the vibes. Another duo in Barbaros & Pepe Fulgheri then step up and take things to techno town with thunder claps and a dark sensation of mischief and menace in the tense synths and Diatonik opts for a more dubby, cavernous version with cycling synths up top adding colour and a sense of futurism.
Gennaro Rossi is in progressive, uplifting mood with his version and Rene Lehmann also keeps you in a hypnotic suspense with his pad heavy version. Last of all Soundfile adds in some chunky drums and grinding synth loops that will have the floor marching as one, thus closing out a top package.