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1. Okinawa_Original_Mix
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2. Okinawa_Gabriel_Ananda_Remix
Piemont  

 

3. Panic_Room_Original_Mix
Piemont  

 

4. Panic_Room_Sidney_Charles_Remix
Piemont  

PIEMONT OKINAWA EP
OKINAWA / PANIC ROOM
ORIGINALS PLUS GABRIEL ANANDA AND SIDNEY CHARLES REMIXES
FACTO 065 THE FACTORIA

ESP

Piemont demuestra una potencia incontenible en cada una de sus producciónes y ya están de vuelta con un nuevo EP, esta vez en el sello principal de unos de los españoles de leyenda ,Wally López, The Factoria. Los dos cortes originales vienen respaldados con remixes de Gabriel Ananda & Charles Sidney para que llegue a todo tipo de pistas de baile.

En primer lugar es Okinawa que lleva la firma de Piemont, mucha percusión , sonidos étnicos y cantidad de FX, con muchos detalles y melodia pegadiza. Gabriel Ananda le suma a su remix todo tipo de sonidos sintetizados extraños y maravillosos , una verdadera obra de arte.

Panic Room es el otro corte original con sonidos metálicos, sonidos de campana y buen groove, con un bajo conductor que llevara a las pistas de baile a su climax..

Sydney Charles es el remezclador de este corte, que le da una atmosfera deep y misteriosa. Otro ganador del EP ganador de este polifacetico duo aleman.

UK

The irrepressible German production powerhouse that is Piemont are back once again with a new EP, this time on Spanish legend Wally Lopez’ The Factoria imprint. The two originals come backed with remixes by Gabriel Ananda & Sidney Charles to ensure a firing package with something for everyone.

First up is Okinawa with its firm and heavy kick drums underpinning marching percussion and various other eco systems of sonic FX, details and quirky hooks. The vibe is tropical and humid, involving and funky, before German techno champion Gabriel Ananda goes for a much more cinematic take on his remix. His version is stuffed with all sorts of weird and wonderful synthesised sounds and plays to the brain as much as the body.

Panic Room is the other original with its metallic surfaces, rattling bell sounds and scraping hits all painting an abstract picture before tin pot hooks and deep looping bass tie the whole thing together into a pumping groove that will have dancefloors sweating.

Sydney Charles goes for a weird and wonderful minimal interpretation in his version with post apocalyptic vibes permeating a baron landscape of sound. It’s eerie and mysterious and makes for evocative listening. Another winning EP then, from the house of Piemont.

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