2013 sees its first release from BlueCube Records crashing in with Well See. Going into the new year with their sixth record in their outstanding catalog, this Barcelona imprint continues to provide steady doses of Tech beats for the masses. Back on the scene of BlueCube releases is B-Quartz, aka Jose Lucker & Nuria Ghia, who have both recently released perfectly cooked remixes and originals for their home label. Well See offers a tasteful array of pure Tech House and Techno with remixes from reliable artists Ron Costa and Edgar De Ramon combining into a heavy hitting onslaught of metallic depth and bassy dips.B-Quartzs notable sound of slung back darker Tech House has taken listeners to new places in their minds on the dancefloor. Well See continues that legacy with mindnumbing drum textures oozing with sinister flair. Pauses of slurred vocals and delayed hits proposes a wonderful blend of abstracted beats.Parisian Techno king Ron Costa whips up an absolutely tasteful remix with fast changing grooves and layers of curious sampling and soundscapes. Stripping down and then building up again, Costas perfected groove is the main draw built for the club to keep the crowd moving.Offering a bouncy alternative, Spanish whiz kid Edgar De Ramon gives Well See a popping lift of flashy hats and vocal groove. Another remix made for the clubs, Edgars rendition offers a dark place of party atmosphere as his sounds create an outright treat of bumping Techno. Three plates of three different vibes, Blue Cube displays its ability to release all forms of tripped up Tech genres. Merging tastes into a pack of overall beauty, the Spanish imprint again takes aim at higher quality with every release, from the very beginning of 2013 and well beyond.