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An exciting release for Seamless Recording sees Barber, AKA Neil Barber, collaborate with artist James Trystan. Hailing from South London, James is a a powerhouse in the underground scene with tracks
An exciting release for Seamless Recording sees Barber, AKA Neil Barber, collaborate with artist James Trystan. Hailing from South London, James is a a powerhouse in the underground scene with tracks featuring on Warner Bros (Fenech-Soler), Columbia (The Klaxons) and Nettwerk (Ghost Beach). While Barber may be a relatively new name to the scene, he is by no means wet behind the ear. He has already collaborated with Climbers and Silky on OFF Recordings and since created Faceless Recording with them.
Their latest release, Falling Free, does not fail to live up to the hype. Brooding, dark and moody it chugs along before developing into a powerful underground track that you can easily find yourself getting lost in the slow deep melodies and vocals. One of the late nights or early morning sets on the more underground dance floors.
With Martijn ten Velden’s remix is not so much about what he has added but more about what he has taken away. He has stripped it down keeping only what is necessary to allow you the room to experience the deep atmospheric sounds uninhibited.
Raffa FL’s remix ups the tempo with the in the introduction of more percussion giving it a bit more of a groove while keeping the deep atmospheric mood during the break. A rhythm more suitable for earlier in the night.
One of Poland’s finest producers, Jakub Rene Kosik, lends his distinctive techno style with his remix. He 's stepped his remix up to be a full on juggernaut. A powerful rhythm gives this the power and energy for peak time techno sets.
With chunkier baselines and epic builds, Marco Loco’s remix is more in your face than the original. It chugs along nicely with some nice little breaks giving. It has an intentional unrefined roughness that gives it a whole new flavour.