- Artists Nico Parisi, Kevin Vega, deepAlexander
- Release Date 2014-02-17
- Labels Bonzai Progressive
- Catalog BP3432014
Croatian born DJ and producer deepAlexander aka Sasa Skrobar is back after his debut 'Timeloop' on our Green Martian imprint with a smooth progressive house stomper entitled 'Midnight Launch'. The track comes with Original plus two superb remixes from top producers.
The Original Mix gets going with a very cool chunky kick and superb deep bass combo, synths begin to rise as the percussion start to shape the rhythm giving off a flowing progressive house vibe. Nice and subtle melodic arp sequences tease away as the focus of the track remains on that wonderful bass. The break features those subtle melodies before the intimidating bass struts back into the groove bringing with it some very cool stabs, great stuff.
First up on the remix we have the very talented Belgian DJ and producer Nico Parisi. Nico's 2013 ended on a mega high with the release of his much anticipated track 'Caress' which performed extremely well and came packed with a slew of quality remixes. He also attended many parties towards the end of the year where he showcased his DJ skills. 2014 looks set to be another bumper year for Nico and currently he very busy in the studio with new material as well as gearing up for more gigs. His remix intros with a cool well rounded kick with a nice clip on top and a fantastic deep bass combination. Hypnotic synths play a big part here and shape the sound very well giving cool contrasts with teasing melodies and phat synths alike. Pure progressive vibes all round here and a taste of more things to come!
Bonzai regular Kevin Vega returns to the remix desk yet again with a wonderful offering of surreal progressive house. Kevin always delivers on the remix front as evident with his recent work on Thorin's 'Hallucinogen' which is proving to be quite popular. The remix here starts off with super cool reverbed kicks and crispy hats. The bass wastes no time and edges into the sound creating a lush atmosphere. Plucky synths form up as a gritty almost guitar like riff plays out while pads begin to rise through this multi-layered construction. A short respite during the break as the bass and kicks peel away before they come storming back to continue on this excellent progressive journey.