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Atjazz, OVEOUS - Soldiers By Soldiers (2015)

14-03-2015, 11:40
Music | House | Deep House

Atjazz, OVEOUS - Soldiers By Soldiers (2015)

Artist: Atjazz, OVEOUS
Title Of Album: Soldiers By Soldiers
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Atjazz Record Company - ARC079SD
Genre: Deep House
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 00:52:25
Total Size: 118 mb

1. Soldiers (DJ Tipz Remix)6:43
2. Soldiers (Arnaud D Atmosphere Mix)6:13
3. Soldiers (Arnaud D Deeper Mix)6:47
4. Soldiers (Jullian Gomes Remix)6:16
5. Soldiers (Jullian Gomes Dub)5:37
6. Soldiers (At One Remix)5:54
7. Soldiers (OVEOUS Remix)5:44
8. Soldiers (OVEOUS Remix Radio Edit)3:41
9. Soldiers (Atjazz Astro Remix)5:28

Fresh from the exciting collaboration between the US and UK, Oveous and Atjazz reload the powerful story of "Soldiers" by inviting some of the most exciting talent in the deep house genre to further illuminate us by putting their own spin on an already profound journey of acceptance in the face of ignorance. Welcome to "Soldiers By Soldiers". We kick off with DJ Tipz's interpretation; a sleek and contemplative offering with a soft driving percussion to evoke the personal feel of Oveous' lyrics. Known for his eclectic style and high production values, Arnaud D adds a cutting synth and deep bass tone to proceedings with his "Deep Atmosphere Mix". Arnaud then goes further with his "Deeper Mix", this time taking a smoother, almost effortless approach to the cut. Up next is a frequent ARCo collaborator; the ever popular award-winning Jullian Gomes whose remix floats a velvet synth over a deeper, funkier overall vibe. Gomes then gives us a more introspective contribution by stepping up the melodies and concentrating on the overall feel of the dub on his second offering. In steps a perfectionist in At One, whose remix evokes those early 90's melodic hooks that devotees will appreciate and newcomers will love. One half of the original duo, Oveous then returns to the fray next and by adding a tight hook and rhythmic bass he plays with the original "Soldiers" whilst introducing us to a new dimension of his art. One for those who like to move their hips! Last to step to the plate is the other half of the original twosome, Atjazz, who adds his usual individual approach to the affair. A driving percussion and silky jazz notes take "Soldiers" to the next level and is a fitting finale to the EP.

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