With this soulful Deephouse edit of Mario Winans´ Urban classic „I Don´t Wanna Know“ Manuel Baccano is back after his Album „30 – The Album“. He shows us his new and much deeper Sound and give us a introduction of upcoming edits and products which will come soon!
Painting: REITER AM STRAND by MAX LIEBERMANN
Soothing and sweet with the right touch of intriguing darkness, Sebastian Carter’s remix of Daktyl’s “Cyclical” is the perfect wind-down tune to a muggy week filled with rain and cloudy skies. Carter’s remix samples oriental style vocals, evoking emotions associated with an awakening and revival after being filled with doubt. Peep this uplifting track to console you when someone you just want to keep closer is looking for a way out. Sooner or later you will have what you deserve.
Looks like SEGELBOOTE – LYONEL FEININGER
When no one looked, on the narrow side street of a forgotten town, the glance was bestowed upon him, the one that made him see her everywhere. Nothing but the eyes could he see, the eyes that occupied his every waking moment and came crashing at night. They had already met before, he knew, somewhere in a different street, different town, different country.
He remembered the air trembling as the music enveloped every nook of their collective unconsciousness. It was their living room after all. It allowed them to be who they truly were, while the sound was filling up the air?
Looks like: Salvador Dali – Seconds before awakening
Babayaga DJ and Josh Blackwell combines a melodic house vibes with deep sounding drums and synths to create a dancefloor oriented track. A hot deep vocal line and sporadic synth elements rise and fall over and over while the percussion keeps the entire ship afloat and rocking.
Looks like: Tivadar Kosztka Csontváry – Lonely Cedar
DVN have been have been hard at work in their studio for three years now, and with a big with a side-dish of DJing which in the past have had them open for a few big domestic names in the form of, Sebjak, Mikael Wermeets and Alex Moreno. They now have honed their skills to a point where they are ready to release their soulful deep-house influenced first single “Oblivion” feat. Duncan. DVN hail from Landskrona, in the southernmost part of Sweden. A place that has shaped them musically and where they work daily in their production-lab.
Associated visual: Winter Landscape – Rembrandt