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Golan Zocher – Te Para Tres [Or Two Strangers]

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The latest release from Antrim’s Or Two Strangers imprint welcomes Golan Zocher back to the label for his debut EP ‘Te Para Tres’. The Colombian born, Israel based artist made his debut on the Argentinean imprint in March of this year with a well received remix of ‘Epiphany in the Woods’ by Sebastian Sellares. Also laying claim to releases on Lonya’s Asymmetric Recordings and Guy Mantzur’s Plattenbank Records, Golan now returns to Or Two Strangers for his first EP alongside remixes from Berni Turletti and Sounom & Sagou.

Beginning with the title selection Golan shows just how boundless his studio repertoire can be. While some of the Colombian’s productions carry more of a peak time flair, ‘Te’ finds that creative place between deep and progressive house. It’s well contoured low end carries a large presence while waves of percussion and a quirky lead theme advance the narrative. As momentum builds, smooth chord changes and a delicate arp play off each other for moments of emotional charm. Free flowing into the break, timely modulation adds drama and character before melting down to a stripped piano laced section that is sure to capture the heart of your dance floor. The companion piece ‘Para Tres’ ups the energy with a driving, free flowing narrative. A rolling low end sets the track in motion as buoyant themes and lively rhythmic concepts move through the framework. Rising atmospherics add depth and intrigue as drifting harmonics and a poignant melodic theme lead into the main break. Impassioned and hopeful, the one minute interlude sits as the emotional core of the piece, slowly saturating your senses before a timely drop resets the framework for a heartfelt finale.

The first interpretation of ‘Te’ is provided by Berni Turletti who returns to the label following his ‘Surround Us With Love’ single from July of last year. Hailing from Cordoba, the Argentinean artist is fresh off a contribution to Nick Warren’s ‘The Soundgarden Miami Sampler’. Now presenting his first remix of 2019, Berni puts a dubbier twist on ‘Te’ with great results. Backed by a warm, full groove the Argentine’s detailed drum work and subtle harmonic shifts quickly appease the senses. Metallic designs add a flair for the dramatic while emotive chord changes and a tranquil storyboard set up the main break perfectly. The nearly two minute interlude is a feast for the senses, as it ebbs and flows through cinematic soundscapes before a flurry of drums sparks a euphoric build and exhilarating finale.

The second interpretation of ‘Te’ is provided by Sounom & Sagou who make their label debut here. The Dutch duo have found a home on Paul Hazendonk’s Manual label family having appeared on Cinematique, MNL and Manual Music. Now fresh off an EP for the UK’s Flemcy Music, Sounom & Sagou debut on Or Two Strangers with a heady interpretation of ‘Te’. Engaging from the outset, it’s warm, tightly knit framework is crafted to perfection with spacey effects and ethereal melodies converging for the ultimate sonic story. Fluid bass stabs carve out a free flowing groove while buzzing synths and haunting overlays lift the mood higher as the main break commences. Perfectly timed, the track’s centrepiece is dramatic and direct, dissipating to a gentle sonic sizzle as the groove drops for one final rush. A brilliant remix from Sounom & Sagou which rounds out another must have release from Antrim’s Or Two Strangers imprint.

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Release Date: 15-04-2019

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