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The Sonarpilot Audio label kicks of 2014 with the release of 'Hunter' produced by Sonarpilot himself, Michael Moppert. One of his finest work to date, the original of 'Hunter' comes bundled with three stunning remix works, ensuring the EP will appeal to a wide range of electronic music collectors and DJs. The original mix of 'Hunter' builds from the deep, the half time 808 rhythms early on masking its
true, more upbeat tempo of 120bpm. Warm keys soak the track while cut up and reversed vocals add a haunting flavour and invoke a ghostly spirit throughout. The more melodic change towards the end of the track provides a resolution and shows once again that Michael's productions are never too predictable. On remix duty for 'Hunter' the label calls on an old friend, drum and bass mainstay Marcus Intalex, also known internationally as Trevino. A regular now at clubs like Fabric and the legendaryBerlin underground nightspot Berghain, Marcus' Trevino productions promise a raw, underground techno
experience. Not to say this remix kicks too hard, this is electronic music to lose yourself in. A dark room, a red light... this is a 4am groove, just as the club is starting to get light. Next up Sonarpilot Audio label manager and seasoned producer Jonny Miller takes 'Hunter' to the dance floor with a hybrid broken beat-deep house remix featuring his trademark tight drums, melancholy pads, dub delays and soulful synth touches. Closing the EP and providing his first production for Sonarpilot Audio, The UK's D-Malice brings his interpretation of 'Hunter' to the table. His 'Deep Expression' remix will appeal to the deep house
heads and fans of the afro-house sound, a house sub genre getting a lot of attention right now thanks to the success of South African artists such as Black Coffee and Jullian Gomes. The mix's scattered claps and snares play over D-Malice's more uplifting strings theme while the solid bass end hits hard on the drops and shakes the walls.
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