Spherax Records presents Move And Groove
The Move and Groove original is one of Q.U.A.K.E's largest and most dance floor worthy tracks to date. It's tight crunchy sound, dynamic production and fresh sound design which includes a killer vocal stab and a hands in the air melodic breakdown.
Q.U.A.K.E are two very promising young producers. The Israeli Asraf Netanel has been producing under various names, such as System Failure and Faders and Diogo Andrade of Brazil known as DJ Automack. Since the project's inception in September 2010 Q.U.A.K.E has been providing electronic club music in a unique and fascinating way. With support from big names around the world, including: Armin Van Buuren & Paul Van Dyk and remix projects for Andrea Bertolini, Lish & Khainz this duo has seen their productions find their way on to Stereo Seven, Iboga, Unreleased Digital, Echoes and Baroque Records. The 44th release on Spherax Records sees Q.U.A.K.E teaming up with Israeli producer Osher for 'Move & Groove' which features remixes from: Pietro Coppola, D-Trax, Platinum Monkey and Ivan Demisoff.
The 'Move and Groove' original is one of Q.U.A.K.E's largest and most dance floor worthy tracks to date. It's tight crunchy sound, dynamic production and fresh sound design which includes a killer vocal stab and a hands in the air melodic breakdown to die for make this one of the biggest main room monsters on Spherax to date.
Italian producer Pietro Coppola returns to Spherax here for his third remix for the label. Pietro's 'Move and Groove' interpretation uses the main elements which make the original so great perfectly while adding his own unique twist. Some additional pads, a buzzing bass line and an electric breakdown which crescendo's in dramatic fashion make this an excellent big room alternative to the superb original. Bulgarian producer D-Trax first appeared on Spherax well over a year ago for the label's 13th overall release 'Memories Will Fade' by Russian producer Anton Sever.
D-Trax followed that up with his warm house interpretation of En-Core's 'Right Back' in November of this year and now we see him making his third appearance with his remix of 'Move & Groove'. D-Trax delivers another outstanding production here with a tight, punchy and energetic interpretation that should have those main room floors jumping in no time. Russian producer Sergey Ttuser aka Platinum Monkey also returns to Spherax for his third appearance and also the third interpretation of 'Move and Groove'.
Sergey has provided a great compliment with a slightly more stripped groove that's loaded with tons of killer effects and beautifully warped sounds. Closing the package out is Ukranian producer Ivan Demsoff who built up a great fan base over the last few years with an incredible run of productions on Royal Tracks. Ivan's 'Move and Groove' rework comes with an infectious shufflely groove and more of that unmistakable energy from the original.
Ivan's version showcases the melodic lead perfectly as the stripped groove slowly builds up during the main drop which should result in a huge dance floor reaction.. Another extra large remix to close the package out!
Q.u.a.k.e. vs Osher - Move And Groove
Release date: 23rd January 2012
Label: Spherax Records
1. Q.u.a.k.e. vs Osher - Move And Groove
2. Q.u.a.k.e. vs Osher - Move And Groove (Pietro Coppola Remix)
3. Q.u.a.k.e. vs Osher - Move And Groove (D-Trax Remix)
4. Q.u.a.k.e. vs Osher - Move And Groove (Platinum Monkey Remix)
5. Q.u.a.k.e. vs Osher - Move And Groove (Ivan Demsoff Remix)