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Conversations in Earthquakes

Blue Amazon, Zak Gee

A Rec
AREC32 | 2018-11-09  
A REC – is excited to be releasing the new reworks of “Conversations In Earthquakes”.

Conversations In Earthquakes – is the opening title track taken from the Blue Amazon & Zak Gee – Interpretations – album. It’s a track with a very unique atmosphere, resonating synth work and an underlining theme that some say has a religious cogitation.

The Interpretations album series is already into its 3rd edition and features a combination of original material/remix editions from various artists. Artist such as Hernan Cattaneo – Ian Ossia – Martin Garcia – KoZY – Zed White – Louie Le Fink – Kiz Pattison – Mike Hiratzka – have already contributed & many more.

Getting to the new mixes we start with the Hungarian born DJ/producer – GabiM, who also featured on the Interpretations series). GabiM is already quite a known name on the progressive circuit with his very crafted works and this mix holds up to his standards very well. It’s quite a transient energy driven mix with great dynamics and unique infectious touches.

Next, we are super pleased to have our “Conversations In Earthquakes” competition winner (in association with Iconic Underground Magazine). Tyao - is a young inspiring artist based in Dublin who really took the theme of the original to a new creative space. It's a mix that really crosses the boundaries between modern grooved Techno and combined with progressive overtones. Tyao is certainly an exciting prospect and one who will be covered further in the Nov edition in Iconic Underground Mag.

The third remix is delivered in a unique style from quite a veteran of the progressive scene – Moonface.
Phil Thompsons Moonface moniker is one that has become very well know over a period of time and notably with his 90’s anthem – You Get So Give - on Digweed's Bedrock Label.

Since that period he has continued to output consistent works that are often slightly diverse whilst also carrying his own electronic signature. On this mix, he’s shifted the focus of the remix closer to the original whilst adding an almost dub style fusion that’s very hypnotic.

The fourth mix is the original version for anyone who may have missed it.
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