Teaming up for their first joint venture single on Hive Audio are Dario D'Attis & Definition two well and long time established Swiss producers catering nothing but quality with their So Long EP featuring two of their own takes on the original cut plus fresh remixes crafted by SOAME and Solok.
With the original version of So Long we see Dario D'Attis & Definition combine a heavy, slightly metallic pump with calm, ever floating string waves, a spiralling space synth and dreamy, longing vocals for a sweet late night ride, crossing borders between quality TechHouse and obvious TechTrance-influences.
At second, Dario D'Attis & Definition are presenting their own rework of So Long with the 'Stripped Down Dub' which is providing a slightly rougher take on production and mixdown yet still is living up to the qualities of the original cut for sure.
On a remix tip for So Long is Swiss fellow SOAME who's been rocking floors with his recently released Sun EP feat. Jinadu on Hive Audio in the past months. His take on the original track is clearly aiming at buzzing peaktime crowds, employing a more muscular approach and providing a sweet ravey touch to the tunes' arrangement with the addition of morphing, yet slightly off kilter stab sequences alongside a masterly crafted ebb-and-flow of melodic modulations.
The last track & the second remix for So Long is provided by the Zurich-based production team active under the name of Solok. The pair is catering a hefty, on point recut emphasizing on the originals TechTrance qualities,bringing forth a thrilling monster of a tune that will infuse floating happyness and ecstatic joy into punters brains whenever played out to a heaving floor.