DescriptionThe "tech-influenced" part B of this release showcases again top quality but this time around, combined by 2 of the most respected producers, 2 fellow citizens who sit at the top of a new age for electronic musicians of Brazil to the world.
The "thematic" Dub Mix is a real 9 minute tension builder. DNYO starts it moody, slowly building, bringing in noises, glitches and pure solid echo-tape delay and reverb work onto ambiences, a combo of new sounds, piano hits and guitar swells fly into an alarming sound effect bringing in the new techy stated groove. A guitar bass sound is introduced, growing, swelling it self into more tension and suspicion, effects sparkles onto another part, a third build, when a new guitar melody flies making epic porportions onto the break a of a huge buildup and the completion of a cinematic theme of a song for the dance floors.
Andre Sobota Remix is purely about emotion. Andre's love for a guitar melody is clearly showcased as he introduces a new melody line into his version of Colored People. Big techno beats and the use of white noise makes the groove a full drive of tech, bouncy yet deep, keeping this mix solid and melodic onto the the big breakdown, a lovely indie flavored solo of pure emotion is played when the new guitar melody becomes one with the dance floor, the climax. Epic and intimate, yet delicate to the ears of fans and lovers of melodic techno, Andre Sobota's mark has surely been left on here.
Both belters on the dance floor for underground techno and progressive house djs and lovers.