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Various Artists – The Lost Remixes [Whose Haus]

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Whose Haus rounds out 2020 by showcasing new interpretations of the label’s back catalog. Founded by Canadian DJ/Producer Markku Arimo Kinnunen in 2008, the progressive minded imprint has been home for some of the genre’s premiere talents. Guy Mantzur, Khen, Cid Inc, Marcelo Vasami, Lonya, Silinder, Medway and more have all showcased their music via the long standing imprint. Now as the year winds to a close the label invites James Gill, qoob and Dijon to re-imagine select tracks from the label’s history.

First up and making his label debut is Replug and Sudbeat alum James Gill who provides a fresh take on Silinder’s ‘Among Thieves’. Commanding from the outset; waves of pulsating bass power the foundation while driving percussion and luminous arps surround the framework. Racing towards the main break, weeping effects and electric rhythms steal the air, perfectly setting up a concise centrepiece which expertly melts down before the powerful groove drops for an exhilarating finale.

Next up and reworking ‘Alien Stole My Yacht’ by Tom Glass is qoob. Known for their productions on Replug, Balkan Connection and Pure Progressive the Ukrainian duo were quiet across 2020, with their last release coming in August of 2019. As a fixture of the progressive music scene for the better part of decade it’s nice to see some new material from them here as they deliver a stunning remix here. Rugged and rhythmic in all the right ways, detailed percussion and nasally acid lines descend over a foundation of tough beats and muscular grooves. Nicely suited for peak time play, waves of white noise and rising modulation make for an intense first act, before a kaleidoscopic theme during the main break sets up an effects laden finale.

Rounding out the release and returning to the label for his second appearance in Dijon. Having delivered his Corridor EP for Whose Haus in 2015, Dijon has since gone on to release with Judi Records in 2019. Now returning to Whose Haus, he updates Rob Curtis’ ‘Bakcheia’. A rolling low end sets the track in motion as buoyant percussion and meditative arps move through the framework. Hopeful overlays marry emotive chord changes for what results in a deep, trance-like vibe that adds a reflective quality to end the release off on a strong note. A wonderful collection of music from Whose Haus and let’s hope this sets the course for some new projects from them in 2021. Highly recommended.

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Release Date: 30-12-2020

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