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Praveen Achary & Vipul - Future Echoes (Original Mix - Snippet) [Juicebox Music]

Praveen Achary on February 18, 2013 14:14

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    Established with the clear idea of releasing quality & fresh music, be it a cross-pollination of sub-genres within house & techno, Juicebox Music is the brainchild of Indian DJ/Producer - Praveen Achary. For the first release, it was a no-brainer to create something special. It was about time that we saw a collaboration between Praveen Achary & Vipul. The combination of Praveen's melodic influences and "cosmic" synths along with Vipul's sharp ear for floor oriented groove could be described as a perfect match. The idea was simple, create a musical piece without any formulaic approach. The result was "Future Echoes", perfectly representing the track's context as well as the artists'.

    Joining the release, we called in two of our good friends we both enjoy supporting. First up is Santiago Garcia from Argentina, who's had incredible success with his signature groovy productions that it earned his work in prestigious compilations from Renaissance and constant support from DJs everywhere. As expected, he delivered a floor heavy tech-house influence rendition with progressive finesse. The second remix comes from the Belgian duo, Cactus Twisters, who've been quietly making a noise in the techno scene, but loud enough to catch our attention. They chose to strip the track down and lay it on a sexy deep house style groove, resulting in a hypnotic journey we can't get enough of.

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    Selected Early Feedback:

    Hernan Cattaneo (Sudbeat / Renaissance): Very good.
    Mitch Alexander (microCastle): sounds amazing, a great start for Juicebox! love the original and Santi's mix also!
    Cid Inc (Replug / Sudbeat): Great first release, full support & good luck with the label =)
    Darin Epsilon (Perspectives Digital): The whole package is really good, although I would most likely play the Original or Santiago Garcia mixes. This is one of the best first releases for a label I've heard.
    Jaytech (Anjunadeep): Original, Santiago Garcia mixes, cheers
    Luke Porter (Sudbeat / Temporium): All 3 are very good. Wicked start to the label!
    Marcelo Vasami (Subtract / Replug): great stuff. thanks
    Nikko Z (Sudbeat / Dopamine): great first release! good luck ;)
    Freddie (ProgressiveHouseWorldwide): Great to see this happen, will support as much as possible. Thanks for sending, Original is insane and definitely on the playlist. Good luck!
    GRG (Replug / Somebody's Story): great start! into original and Santiago's mix!!
    Alex Nemec (Mirabilis / Respekt): wicked pack and from what will be a wicked label i believe! Good luck bro!

    Also supported by:

    Arjun Vagale, Dibby Dougherty, Soulwerk, Dale Middleton, Leon Raes, Rodrigo Mateo, Sasha Le Monnier, Sound Process, Scotty A, Tim Benjamin, Dio S, d-Phrag, Ioan Gamboa, Verve, MUUI, Makrostörung, Erich Von Kollar, Mariano Favre,

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    Released by: Juicebox Music
    Release/catalogue number: JBM001
    Release date: Feb 11, 2013


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