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Point Break means for the producing duo Defence of Excess that moment ( the breakingn point) that managed to capture that sound and that essence they were looking for; a sound that is not new (few are) but condenses everything they like when producing and later heard on a dance floor.

'Point Break' is also a typical 90´s blockbuster, the time when Manu and Raul spent his adolescence and where they got many influences and vices now reflected in their productions.

This ep is composed of three tracks of different styles but united by an atmosphere, some environments in which this duo like lost occasionally. Starting with the track that gives the EP name, a deep-house tune with silky vocals, voporous synths, strings and a overwhelming bass that guides them toward the dance floor. 'Drop It Low'bv brake the revolutions, expands the spaces and rarefy the environment, retelling with an orchestral touch that introduces some light; a track for wamups, early hours and several nights starter. The closing track 'Collapsing Stars' returns to the dance floor, at that late hour when the smoke surrounding the clubbers, with a touch between house and cosmic makes than you can dance while travel to another dimensions.

In addition, the EP includes two superb and groundbreaking remixes, from Jackwasfaster and Jo Pariota. Distributed By Symphonic Distribution - www.symphonicdistribution.com
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