Topic: Alejandro R - Made In Ibiza EP inc. Remixes (Pangea)
Artist: Alejandro R
Name: “Made In Ibiza” EP
Release Date: February 25, 2014 Exclusive to Beatport, March 11, 2014 Worldwide
Label: Pangea Recordings
Mixes: Monjoke, Yuriy From Russia, Sean McClellan, Hair Band Drop-Out, Original
Management: SMP3 Music UK (http://www.smp3.co.uk)
Distribution: INgrooves Fontana (http://www.ingrooves.com)
Widespread support from Richie Hawtin, Chris Fortier, Andy Moor, Above & Beyond, Microtrauma, Max Graham, Kazell, Eelke Kleijn, Andy King, Komas Epsilon, Darin Epsilon, Silinder, Betoko, Baunder, Andy King, Tini Tun, Martin Garcia, CID Inc, Mark Santaneglo, Dale Middleton, Ian French, Denis A, Tim Benjamin, Tom Novy, Ariel Baund, Marcelo Vasami, Madloch, Luke Porter, Lonya, Omid 16B, Greg Fenton, DJ Chewie, Terry Grant, Leon Windsor, Kiss FM and more...
Alejandro R turns in a stunning debut on Pangea with his Made In Ibiza EP, which as its name suggests, bring a vibe of comfort and warmth while the world seems hopelessly mired in the dead of winter.
Alejandro’s Original Mix is a versatile deep house number with a tight bass line, subtle drums, and a cool vocal sample that will work its way into many DJ’s sets.
Again, we took no prisoners on the remixes. For his remix, Monojoke, whose done stunning work for labels such as Nueva Deep, Stellar Fountain, and 3rd Avenue, highlights the pads and stabs of the Original, adding a dirty bass line and beautiful melody to create a very memorable rendition.
Yuriy From Russia of Bonzai Progressive, Baroque and Suffused Records fame, turns in a proggy deep house number that is sure to please the ears of anyone who hears it. A massive and very memorable bass line is the highlight of this excellent and massive track.
Fresh off remixes for Balkan Connection and Mindwarp Records, Sean McClellan’s Feeling Down Remix comes with a groovy bass line and an additional vocal sample that bring an overall depth and warmness to the mix.
Last but not least, Hair Band Drop-Out, most known for his work on the esteemed Red Ant label and Crescent Records, strips the Original to its bare essentials and turns in an excellent slice of chunky tech house. We are very happy to have added Tampa Bay’s Andy Dutt to our label.
Thanks for the support!