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Abstraxion ‘Jaipur’s Elephant’ (Different)
French electro artist Abstraxion is here for a second release on Different. His sound is modern electro stuff, influenced by italo disco, synth pop and early techno. The new EP is full of high Energy music and a great Cosmo Vitelli remix. Main track is a good weapon for any big rooms, but the flip side ‘Pense Nocturne’ is a very nice atmospheric italo cosmic influenced tune. Cosmo Vitelli remixed their previous single main track ‘Jus_Acid’ adding disco percussions, and a sick moroder feel that make really a difference.


Jazzanova “I Can See ft. Ben Westbeech (F. Moscatello Remix)” (Wurst Music)
None other than Jazzanova for a one side limited version release! Here’s a very sunny version of a two years old track by another italian great producer, Mr Moscatello from Berlin, that is well known for his releases on Gigolo, Mood Music and Eskimo. This amazing Disco version will change your day, with that driving Salsoul style groove, with some vibes a la Vincent Montana, horns sessions, strings and that amazing Ben Westbeech soul voice…it sounds like an old classic that had never see the light!



Tornado Wallace “Part Nine” (Instruments Of Rapture)
A really amazing new number in the Instruments Of Rapture series, courtesy of a finest producers: Tornado Wallace. Main track ‘Rainbow Road’ its a great jazz funk journey that sounds like an 80s original boogie track done on Prelude records, but with a modern feel…a true emotional track. The Revenge remix of this track turn into a tinged house feel with a Mr Fingers groovy bass, and a modern disco deepness. Last but not least another gem called ‘Don’t Hold Back’ that close this EP with a great class.





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