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Upon You The 13th, Pt. 2

Various Artists

Upon You Records
UY153 | 2020-05-22  
Time flies as they say and we're living on the fast lane. Thirteen years deep, looking back at over 150 releases on our main label alone it is time for Upon You Records to celebrate a special anniversary once again, even though it feels like we've reached a two digit status only yesterday.

But 13 is a lucky number and therefore we're in for a treat, proudly presenting „13 Jahre UY Part 2“, the second part of our special birthday compilation, catering formerly unreleased cuts, updates and pure dancefloor bangers brought to you by both friends and longtime collaborators as well as fresh talent on the rise, all representing the sound of Upon You Records for 2k20.

Coming in with a special opening tune for „13 Jahre UY Part 2“ are the labels creative mastermind Marco Resmann and Echonomist who are bringing forth a soulful, surely BigBeat-infused Broken Beat meets House monster with „Walk Away“ which introduces the worlds dancefloors to a combination of widescreen harmonies, scintillating synths and epic, most captivating vocals which are surely about to have a major impact on electronic music dancefloors all over the globe.

Going into „Piano Mode“ is Kristian Heikkila's plan for his contribution to this compilation, levelling up energy levels of crowds of ecstatic punters with hard-hitting TechHouse drums, huge contemporary rave pianos and a brooding, overwhelming low end signature like it we were back at the first peak of dance music culture.

Berlin-based production staple Martin Landsky enters „Room Number 3“ with a jacking groove. Stripped down, minimalistic, timeless and highly seductive with a hint of Chicago-flavored Acid this is Martin Landsky at his very best.

With their tune „Otaki“ we see the duo of Kotelett & Zadak weighing in a highly functional, rather technoid take on the TechHouse genre based on multilayered, spatial and ever hypnotic synth tone developments and sharp hi-hats providing the foundation for tight, busy midrange action from a spacefaring future.

„Acid Monks“ by T Raum and Ken Hayaka

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