#Melodic House #Deep
After a landmark year, French electronic duo il:lo have joined forces with Australian vocalist Fractures on their new single “Shifted”. The single is their debut vocal collaboration, and the first of a striking string of new works listeners can look forward to as we head into 2023.
Crafting a rich atmosphere, “Shifted” is a captivating melodic house track that leaves a lasting impression, with Fractures’ signature haunting vocals intricately weaving emotion through the duration of il:lo’s production. Which way can you flip it?
French producers Dejan Dejadoand and Andreas Schültz based in France and Germany say about their upcoming single:
"This track marks our first collaboration with a singer. When Fractures sent us his lyrics, we wanted to highlight what he was singing about, an emotional instability that ends up being accentuated, shifted. Thus, his voice is accompanied by a rise in instrumental tension to lead to a more heavy and percussive radical change".
Grand Prize (1st Place)
Styles accepted : Techno, House, Tech House, Deep House, Minimal, Experimental genres
200 dB Records presents remix contest on the track “Spiderweb” by Sound of Salman.
The winners will be included to “Spiderweb” release. Also, the winners will receive special contract with 200 dB Records (25% of Net Sales) and release promotion.
Your remix will be released on main digital platforms like: Beatport, Traxsource, Junodownload, Trackitdown, Amazon etc. and on stream platforms like iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Shazam etc.
#Darkwave #Deep #NewGothic #Electronica
Avant le 30 septembre, #FrenchTouch #Disco #House #Funk #Soulful #Filtered #Techno #Deep #Waxadisc Music
Voulez-vous sortir un morceau sur le label Waxadisc Music ? Découvrez son concours de remix !
Le morceau s'appelle Solarized et c'est un clin d'œil au son classique du French Disco house, que nous francophones connaissons plutôt sous le terme "French Touch", tel que ceux de Daft Punk & Alan Braxe et Fred Falke. Ceux d'entre vous qui sont familiers avec sa chaîne You-Tube connaîtront la piste car c'est ce qu'il utilise dans beaucoup de ses introductions aux tuttoriels.