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Portland
You Don't Know Me (Remixes)
Seaking

Maxi Single & EP
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Out: 22-04-2013
 
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Montreal, Canada-based Seaking, returns with a remix package of, ‘You Don’t Know Me’ by Portland this April. Featuring reworks from hotly tipped Brazilian producer, Joyce Muniz, Bit Funk and la
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Montreal, Canada-based Seaking, returns with a remix package of, ‘You Don’t Know Me’ by Portland this April. Featuring reworks from hotly tipped Brazilian producer, Joyce Muniz, Bit Funk and label-heads Ezlv. Seaking was launched in 2012 by Maxime Ezekiel and Louis Vee aka Ezlv, as a base for releasing music from new talents as well as music from friends on the duo behind the imprint. Although only four releases deep, Seaking has already seen NYC’s MANIK deliver work, as well as rising Lithuanian artist Mario Basanov. Here the label delivers a remix package of electro-pop outfit, Portland, a band who rose to fame in this digital age through YouTube and have gone on to release a string of highly acclaimed EP’s. Opening the release here is the ‘Bit Funk Remix’, hailing from Brooklyn, NY, Bit Funk is an indie-dance mainstay, delivering synth drenched disco, full of warmth and delicate intricacies. Here he delivers a classy reshape of ‘You Don’t Know Me’, opting for simple, yet effective melodies with a piano laden, cosseting vibe, subtly altering the elements to create an evolving dynamic. Brazilian, 2020 Vision producer, Joyce Muniz steps up next with her ‘Spring ’99 Remix’, a beautiful fusion of blossoming deep house aesthetics and cleverly manipulated vocal chops. Muniz displays her proficient productions skills with grace here, employing hidden trickery to create a profound background depth. Entering the B-Side of the release we have label-heads Ezlv’s remix, upping the energy with insistent drum programming, cutting synth lines and a heady arpeggiated synth line acting as the driving force, this develops to a focal-point of the cut where the duo strip things back to a tension building break, before reverting back to the hypnotic groove.
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