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DanSonic's Artificial Acoustical Ambience Records returns welcoming Tom Dawson to the label for his debut single. The UK artist first appeared in March of 2018 with his well received vocal collaboration with Bee Arnold entitled 'Bee Side'. Coming courtesy of Art Nouveau Records the funky house creation was highly regarded for its timeless qualities. Now landing on AAAR for the first time Tom Dawson presents his new single 'Motus' alongside a remix from DanSonic.

The original mix kicks the release off with a classic old school framework of punchy beats and firing percussion. Stunning effects make for dynamic moments early as a soulful vocal loop adds fuel to the rhythmic fire. Stripping down into the break sees the main theme rise to prominence, taking centre stage for a funk laden centrepiece. Timely modulation provides just the right amount of tension, before a wave of phasing effects sparks a powerful drop.

The lone interpretation of 'Motus' is provided by AAAR label boss DanSonic. The Swiss artist has enjoyed a tremendous year thus far with the release of his 'Summer Vibes' collection along with outings on 19Box Recordings and LuPS Records. Now landing back on his comfortable home of Artificial Acoustical Ambience, DanSonic caps off the release with a stunning take on 'Motus'. Taking a cue from the original the Swiss artist adds to the percussive cadence with exotic drums, before an early break introduces the vocal loop and primary theme. Phasing synths push momentum forward while timely effects further saturate your senses. The main break proves impactful with flurries of drums and buzzing synths building to a potent crescendo. Creative and groovy in equal measure it caps off another excellent offering from DanSonic's AAAR in fine style. Highly recommended.