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Number 6 of Estroe's Rosedale Records brings you a release by Estroe herself. The titles of the tracks expresses Estroe's love for nature. Myosotis Arvensis (Field Forget Me Not) and Tanacetum Parthenium (Feverfew) are two of her favourite flowers which bloom in June, the month of the release date. Two highly regarded friends and fellow producers were invited for the remix honours, Berlin based Glitterbug and (music) BFF Nadia Struiwigh. Estroe's original mix of Myosotis Arvensis starts with a simple but intriguing bassline and slowly builds amidst delicate, melodic patterns and lush, orchestral strings as if the flowers themselves are opening one by one. Her natural sense of groove prevails in the bassline throughout this meadow of fresh, early summer sound. Tanacetum Parthenium (original) has an edgier feel to it. Again it is groove driven by a distinctive bassline but is awash with a tense, almost organic background and with darker percussive shots. Brooding orchestral swells bring to the track a sense of salient anxiety. Glitterbug's Desperate Times remix of Myosotis Arvensis has an orchestral and cinematic quality. Deep sustained bass notes and a fluid and metallic rhythm drive this track along elegantly. The smooth solemn strings and glistening pads wrap this track in a cloak of sonic grace. His other remix on the ep, Glitterbug's That Very Moment remix is a sublime piece of aural architecture. Ambient, emotional and with a heartbeat bass drum, it encapsulates the very moment one is struck by the tranquillity of seeing something beautiful. The strings in this track ebb and flow like serene breaths of cool air whilst the soft piano shimmers like early morning dew. Always one to explore the deeper side of a track, like a botanist in a lab, Nadia Struiwigh dissects the original Tanacetum Parthenium and creates a remix which exemplifies her style. She creates a dark and pulsating mix of throbbing bass drums, cavern like reverbs and ominous, overdriven grooves that build the track perfectly. More info Estroe: http://www.estroe.com More info Rosedale Records: http://www.rosedale-records.com More info Glitterbug: http://www.glitterbug.de/ More info Nadia Struiwigh: http://www.soundcloud.com/nadiastruiwigh...
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