32nd release on microCastle sees Daniel Oliveira aka DNYO returning to the label for his second EP. The much loved Brazilian producer made his debut on the label with 'Aquatika' in February of 2012; a record that Charlie May called 'a timeless piece of electronica'. Remixes for Cid Inc., Guy Mantzur, Quivver, Darin Epsilon, Roger Martinez and Manual Sofia furthered Daniel's stake as not only one of the most in demand but also cutting edge producers of the last 2 years. We'll thrilled to have Daniel back on microCastle for a new EP entitled 'Grain Phaser'. The release includes three brand new original productions with remixes from Marc Marzenit and Jamie Stevens. The title cut 'Grain Phaser' sees Daniel at his absolute best. A twisted behemoth that's full of deep rolling grooves, phasing frequencies and a unique melodic complement that leads to a brain melting drop. The lone remix of Grain Phaser is provided by Marc Marzenit who is returning to microCastle for his third appearance. We've been huge fans of Marc for many years so it's always a great pleasure to welcome him back to the label. For his 'Grain Phaser' interpretation Marc has provided a much clubbier rework that reinvents the gigantic groove with some epic electronic accents. A dramatic drop pushes the tension even higher and with an explosive payoff that's sure to deliver some magic on the dance floor. The second original 'Funk Dimension' would have to be one of Daniel's most creative and cutting edge productions to date. DNYO's unparalleled originality shines with a dynamic sounding groove, growling acid lines and yes a huge element of funk which dominates the foundation of the piece. The lone remix of Funk Dimension is provided by Jamie Stevens who just last month delivered what many people are calling the track of the year in 'The Wonder Of You'. Jamie's creativity never ceases to amaze and his interpretation of 'Funk Dimension' is exceptionally cool. With a reconstructed groove that delivers some wicked momentum along with the those unmistakeable stabs Jamie's dubby, techno construction provides the ideal complement to Daniel's monstrous original. The final original on the release 'The Jam' rounds the EP out nicely with more of Daniel's unmistakable brand of 'twisted electronic thunder'. Vaguely reminiscent of Barry Jamieson's classic Bluefish 'One', The Jam's twisted energy and tension filled build closes the release out with a bang.