tINI, Philipp Ort, Luke Miskelly, Massimo Cassini, Chad Andrew, David Gtronic, Re-Up, Duky, Jessica Diaz, Primarie, Thomas A.S., Usual Things Around, Baraso, Stuart Hawkins, Robbie Linstead, Cicuendez, Glico, Sebastian Peiza, Scott Kemp, Alex Ground, Dave Martins, Michael Rosa, Medu, Alex Fuente, Alejandro Fernandez, Alexandar Kyosev, Farfan, Bolumar, Gab Mcfly, Alex Van Ratingen, Tim Scala, Agustin Alvarez, Suolo, Mike D & Memo Ochoa, Christian Farias, Owen Ezard, Jack Wickham, Maertz, Antony Colanardi, Golikov, Aney F, Anwaar Bent, Patrick Weblin, Vito Fattore, Dan Noel, N:Mode, Martin Hatch, Flystereo, Mattia D'amato, Sergei Loginov, Bery R & Germain R, Tim Pano, Kolours of Black, Ivan Medved, Santiago Lecce, Flyhigh, JustMe, Kornel Halasz, J.P.Sievert, Guney, Itself, J.Cornet, Kenny Brian, Marco Gonzalez and many more.
It has been a long time since the last EP by Dimitri Monev on Alboratory. Now, he is coming back with another two-track release - number 30 on the label's catalogue. The inspiration that he gets from his trips, parties and good vibes are illustrated in his music. Keeping good memories and then expressing them in production is the way Dimitri produces. Whenever you listen, when you hear his tracks played, you will easily recognise his pumping style that brings you good mood. His music is exactly like him - playful. One of the tracks - "Oxygen", pumps you immediately on the dance floor with groovy melodic bass lines while the percussion game forms the rhythm of this bijou. The original version is coming with a remix by Synkrone. His interpretation is accompanied by smooth bass line and rhythmic percussion all over the place. These fit perfectly to the background deep pads which complete the summer beat of the track. On another side we have the second original named Who's Comin'. Dimitri provides us with a liquid vibe because of the track's elements. Sounds shambling & hell-bent because of the bass line which is accompanied with sequencing sounds all the way and well-balanced percussions touch make this track a rocking one from the beginning to the end. Last but not least, Blagoj Rambabov provides a version that is more stripped down, groovy and deep.