- Release Date 2010-02-23
- Label Foundsound Records
- Catalog FOUND22
on a1 -- heyday -- our argentinean friend barem delivers an eleven-minute minimal anthem. both haunting and blissful, this track flows as if going from night into day. it starts off dark and groovy with reverberating vocal cuts, a bouncy bassline and captivating breakdowns. as the track progresses, it gently morphs into something perfect for any sunrise -- with enchanting guitar chords, a perfect little house hi-hat, a perfect little clap, and an irresistible groove that heightens any party into the morning hours.
on b1 -- heyday (paul ritch remix) -- you get just under nine minutes of club-storming tech-house with a remix from parisian paul ritch -- known for releases on labels like get physical music, wagon repair, resopal schallware, drumcode, and the list goes on. this big room gem carries over the darkness of the vocal cuts from barem's original version along with an almost proggy, early-morning intensity that is fueled by swirling melodies, enthralling delays and a groovy bassline that'll have people bouncing and floating all over the dancefloor.
on track 3 (digital only) -- heyday (ronan portela remix) -- argentinas ronan portela makes a super-sweet follow-up to his ep on foundsound, piumino ep (found-22), which continues to be played and charted by super-duper djs like richie hawtin and others. on this remix, you get an uplifting, oh-so-fun-to-play, groovy-as-hell tech-house bomb that'll have people bouncing through the roof. it's powerful, delightfully intense, and perfectly groovy.
on track 4 (digital only) -- heyday (jorge savoretti remix) -- jorge savoretti, another argentinean, of esperanza fame, delivers a deep and wondrously groovy tech-house nugget that'll have peeps floating through a mesmerizing vocal loop, reverberated congas, a bouncy groove, and breakdowns that make em go "wooooooo!"