You may remember a certain smash that dropped last year. The deep melodic bass, coupled with a smooth, ethereal vocal that tickled your spine and got your head bobbing. Kid Fonque & D-Malice showed a touch of class with last year’s release with Clara Hill: All This Time. Now we revisit this epic soundscape with a remix offering that will take the Atjazz Record Company into 2016 with a bang!
First up steps the boss, Martin Atjazz, with a smooth effort that carries all the hallmarks of his usual deep and moving mastery of his craft. Building a world of sweeping notes and offbeat melodies around Clara Hill’s understated vocal, Atjazz sets us off in style.
Bringing a decidedly percussive feel to proceedings next is Boddhi Satva, whose driving beats and trademark Ancestral Soul vibe take us in a new direction.
Then finally arrives South African prodigy, Bruce Loko. Loko is known for adding in unusual elements to his music and this is no different. A rhythmic harp accompanies some otherworldy effects and popping string pulls to round off a sublime and intangible remix collection.
released December 2, 2015
(Nicoll, Boghal, Hill)
Produced by Kid Fonque & D-Malice
Lyrics & Vocals by Clara Hill
01. Remix and additional Production by Martin Iveson for Atjazz
02. Remix and additional Production by Boddhi Satva
03. Remix and additional Production by Bruce Loko
Mastered by Martin Iveson at ARCo. Labs UK
Published by Frederic Sheer Music / Copyright Control
Under exclusive license
C&P 2016 Atjazz Record Company
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