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Nōpi – Where to Go (Remixes) [Sound Avenue]

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Madloch’s Sound Avenue imprint rounds out the month of June by showcasing new interpretations Nopi’s ‘Where To Go’. Released in October of 2020 as part of the Ukrainian artist’s ‘Where To Go’ EP, the lead selection anchored the four track showcase with its hopeful vocal phrasing and emotive musicality. Supported by organic and progressive house DJs alike, Sound Avenue now looks to bring new life to the track by inviting Domingo +, Eric Lune and Tristan Case and Tom Barlow to re-imagine it for 2022’s summer season.

Returning to Sound Avenue with the first interpretation of ‘Where To Go’ is label stalwart Domingo +. Formerly one half of the Mariner + Domingo duo, American artist Chris Domingo has compiled an impressive resume across a two-year stretch. Upon making his debut on Balkan Connection in July of 2020, the Florida resident went on a remarkable run, landing releases via 3rd Avenue, Proton Music, RYNTH, and The Purr. Perhaps his most comfortable landing spot was Madloch’s long-standing Sound Avenue imprint, where Mariner + Domingo released ten originals across ten months, none more impactful than ‘Another Life’ and ‘Inertia’, which earned play and support from Lee Burridge, Tim Green and Sebastien Leger. Following on from the success of February’s ‘Hardway’, a release which marked Chris’ solo debut, the American artist now lands back on Sound Avenue with a spirited take on ‘Where To Go’. Fluid and trippy across the first movement, Chris continues his stylized ways with fresh percussive arrangements, timely vocal fragments and supernatural effects creating a colourful path into the main break. Sitting comfortably in an emotive yet thought provoking space, submerged beats rise out of intoxicating atmospheres as the interlude evolves, eventually breaking off into a Mediterranean-themed drop and charming, groove-centric finale.

Also making a welcome return to Sound Avenue with the second interpretation of ‘Where To Go’ is Eric Lune. The long-standing Belgian imprint served as the landing spot for Eric’s first ever release, a contribution to the label’s popular Summer Sampler series in 2018. Building a bond with the label going forward, the Aussie artist delivered the well received EP projects ‘Embers’ and ‘Dreaming Home’ in 2019 and 2021 respectively. Also calling Balance Music, Plattenbank and Proton Music home, Eric now brings his melodic mastery back to Sound Avenue with a gorgeous take on ‘Where To Go’. From warm, rhythmic beginnings comes redolent themes and heartfelt sonics. Gentle flutters build and balmy atmospheres emerge, perfectly setting stage for incandescent vocals and creamy arps to forge a path into the break. Fuzzed out textures create moments of hope and reflection as the centrepiece evolves, before smoothly segueing into a thumping finale which is sure to send people home with a smile.

Providing the third and final interpretation of ‘Where To Go’ are Tristan Case and Tom Barlow. Renowned for his dreamy yet reassuringly tough and beautifully balanced approach to deep house, UK born, Australia based artist Tristan Case has carved out a sound all his own. From his 2020 debut on Do Not Sit On The Furniture to more recent offerings via Flug Lab, onedotsixtwo and UGENIUS Music, the Sydney resident has enjoyed a three-year creative swell. Sound Avenue has also been a landing spot for Tristan’s organic sounds, with a contribution to Volume Four of the imprint’s popular ‘Correlation’ series marking his label debut in April of last year. Fellow Sydney resident Tom Barlow has been a recent studio partner of Tristan’s, with the duo bringing their creative vision to Mariner + Domingo’s highly regarded Sound Avenue project ‘Inertia’. Now making a welcome return to the label, Tristan and Tom dial in a breakbeat rendition of ‘Where To Go’. Concise and stirring at under six minutes in length, its buoyant nature is enthralling, bound by themes that are both organic and electric. Although a pang of melancholia seeps out of each icy tone, there is a note of jubilance in the duo’s broken beats and striking design qualities, as the Orbital-esque lead takes you on a magic carpet ride to an end of the night scenario. An inspired interpretation from Tristan Case and Tom Barlow, which rounds out a welcome remix edition for Nopi’s ‘Where To Go’.

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Release Date: 24-06-2021

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