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Beatport release date = 10th June 2013
For it’s 46th release, Excentric Muzik proudly presents the debut production from Boryana. The label has always been a platform for supporting fresh new talent with Alan Fitzpatrick, Gary Beck, Reset Robot, Psycatron, Spektre and more recently Arjun Vagale all deservedly receiving key exposure from their label appearances early in their careers and we are certain Boryana is next to breakthrough as part of the next wave of emerging talent.
DJ support for the release: Lee Burridge, Marco Bailey, Slam, Sasha Carassi, Phil Hartnoll (Orbital), D-Nox, Anil Chawla, Flavio Diaz, Arjun Vagale, Decky Hedrock (Sirkus Sirkuz), Anderson Noise, Greg Churchill, Steve Mulder, On/Off, Miniminds, Alex Nemec, Michael Paterson, Vesselin.
Undoubtedly one of the most exciting DJs of today’s Bulgarian electronic scene, in a short space of time she has relentlessly carved out an impressive reputation as a genuine rising star with an abundance of talent and raw appeal. Her unique brand of underground dance music is as cutting edge as it is seductive, an intricate and hypnotic blend of precise micro grooves, stripped-back beats and razor sharp Techno, full of energy. The last 12 months have seen her really make a name for herself, not just in her native Bulgaria but across the world, with performances in London, Miami and Las Vegas all being particular highlights. She also recently provided a guest mix for the legendary Carl Cox and his “Global” radio show.
“5th Dimension” is a dark and moody trip through a hypnotic world of pitched-down vocals and atmospheric effects. Through the darkness a killer groove is maintained, delicately building the tension before dramatically deconstructing down to a minimal structure, for maximum effect.
For the remix, Excentric Muzik heads to France and recruits Citizen Kain (aka Bruno Demoeugeot), a prolific Techno producer with appearances on labels such as BluFin, MBF, Great Stuff, Phobiq, Trapez, Agile and Regular to his name as well as his own Neverending label. His take on “5th Dimension” adds an injection of bass and a dash of French electronica, replacing some of the darkness of the original with his own brand of colour whilst also supplying a subtle hint of suspense and mystery to the remix.