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  • Release Date 2016-07-25
  • Label ICONYC
  • Catalog 238W077
Just in time for the summer ICONYC head honcho John Johnson's classic Impact (Part 2) track gets the remix treatment from East Cafe, Monojoke and Robert R Hardy.

First up we have East Cafe who gets us going by using rhythmic beeps and a mellow synth stabs to create a driving rhythm before the atmospheric pads create a beautiful setting, which fires with all guns blazing to produce a club monster that growls. Combining the best of both worlds, he has come up with something unique and distinctive to make this release extra special while applying an extra dose of groove and warmth to this incredible tune. East Cafe's mix stands for a foolproof and state-of-the-art piece of music, which will readily make you, take note and amaze in equal measures.

Next up we have non other than Monojoke, famed for their endless high quality progressive house productions, whose interpretation sounds mature, effortless, and full of subtle nuance. Never one to be bound by any particular style or genre, this is them taking a deeper route. The combo delivers a bittersweet, quality fuelled, melancholic rework that still manages to get your toe tapping with each downbeat. Epic stuff!

Adding to our list of all-star remixers, we brought in Hungarian maestro Robert R Hardy who knows a thing or two when it comes to mind blowing reworks, turning his mix into an irresistible track using the original elements with perfection. Robert layers more melodies and effects, whilst upping the flow with cleverly programmed tech percussion and his trademark FX elements, without destroying the essence of the original. His rework deserves to be branded 'essential' in any sense of the word.


Impact (Part 2)








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