- Release Date 2013-07-28
- Label Plus Plus
- Catalog PLUS013
To get us started in the right direction we have the low slung, but oh so funky "Just Love". With Denis Yashin's signature vocals questioning why we need anything more than love, a heavy baseline that bounces around with a bit of bite and gentle pads to help glue everything together, "Just Love" is really a song for the dance floor lovers who want to escape to that special place only they know about.
Keeping on with the good vibes, Denis brings us the upbeat grooves of "No Words". Featuring some funky guitar work and a baseline that leaves an impression on you (and in your chest!), "No Words" is the perfect day time party track to signal the coming sunset and get you ready for the shenanigans only the night can bring.
Rounding off the batch of originals, Denis Yashin definitely takes it down a notch with a slow burner that just grooves along and bubbles with a subtle, but powerful tension. "Nothing Was Its Name" is the soundtrack to those lazy summer afternoons, relaxing under a tree with your lover while soaking up the few rays of sunlight that peak through the branches. Denis definitely takes more of a somber approach, cooing over the groove while reflecting on his past, all accompanied by soft, eerie and yet welcoming synths. Yeah, the track is that good.
Kicking of the remix round, we have invited STOP!WaitinG Records head honcho Rafael Cerato, and being true to form Rafael deliver's the goods. Taking Denis Yashin's vocals from "Just Love", Rafael delivers a funky sun soaked beach time track. Taking the baseline for a walk while coupled together with his classic approach to 80's synths, we can't wait to see the crowds embracing each other and losing themselves in the moment when this track takes over the dancefloor.
Carrying on from where Rafael left off, young gun Alejandro Romero's approach to "No Words" picks up where Rafael left off. Creating those signature spaces that only Alejandro can, with his use of warm pads, a sparse but funky bassline and simple yet infectious drum programming, this remix will be a memorable one to close the night down for many a summer parties to come.
And just when you thought it was over, Silkast brings the heat to help us round off this dynamic EP. Taking a more classic approach, with a chunky bassline and a groove reminiscent of those early Chicago deep house tracks Silkast definitely leaves his mark. Accompanying Denis Yashin's haunting vocals are some lovely pads, jazzy key flares and some old school strings, this will be the highlight of many day time parties to come this summer!