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Ramon Tapia - Elleonore's Dream (Christian Smith Remix) [Say What? Recordings]

Ramon Tapia on August 19, 2013 10:39

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    After a quick breather Ramon Tapia is back on home territory. His Say What? imprint proudly presents ‘Elleonore’s Dream’ and welcomes techno heavy weight Christian Smith as the remixer on duty.

    Influenced by the wonderful aesthetics of classic Detroit techno, ‘Elleonore’s Dream’ follows a different approach then other Tapia productions. The track’s foundation is of course Ramon’s trademark groove programming - but the soul is injected by the warm old-school synth textures. Finding the right balance between energy and musical playfulness, this track is sure to be a highlight in many dj sets this year.

    Christian Smith gives ‘Elleonore’s Dream’ the main stage - prime time techno treatment. Raising the energy level while still keeping the original feel. Christian is placing effects right where they should be and extends the break for maximum impact.

    Released by: Say What? Recordings
    Release/catalogue number: SAWH008
    Release date: Aug 19, 2013

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