Support from Sasha, Gai Barone, Wild Dark, Echomen, JOBE, Tom Zeta, Anthony Pappa, Jaytech, Eelke Kleijn, Luke Brancaccio, Dale Middleton, Cid Inc and more.
Artist: DJ Samer feat. Dani Ivory
Name: Immortal, Pt. 2 inc. Luke Chable, Sean McClellan, and Mono Electric Orchestra Beatless Remixes
Release Date: September 30, 2019
Label: Pangea Recordings
Management: SMP3 Music UK
Distribution: Proton SoundSystem
Genre: #Melodic, #Techno, #House #ProgressiveHouse, #TechnoProg
Artwork: Chris Mohn
Part 1 of 'Immortal' (Inkfish Remix) was charted No. 1 on the esteemed Best New Progressive House Beatport Chart upon release and remained in the Beatport Top 100 well after its release. 'Immortal’ (Mono Electric Orchestra Remix) was charted on the esteemed Opening Fundamentals Progressive House Beatport Chart, and on the Release Promo Beatport Hype Chart for Week 33.
Part 2 contains a massive remix from the star-studded Luke Chable. For many years, Luke Chable has been described as one of the best Progressive House producers around, renowned for his unmatched production skills & his ability to turn anything into a smash hit - while still preserving his underground roots. From his first release, "Accelerator" - which sold out of no less than four pressings - to his worldwide seminal hit "Ride" (with Nubreed's Danny Bonnici) or his classic track "Melburn" (signed by John Digweed on "Bedrock Records"), it's been a non-stop series of belters for more than five (5) years straight. Chable delivers a massive reinterpretation of 'Immortal' for Pangea, donning a throbbing bass line, chopped vocals, and giving the Original what can be called an energetic yet soulful techno-prog makeover. Simply must be heard to be believed!
American stalwart Sean McClellan turns in another quality remix with his signature deep yet warm sounds, going a different way with the bass line and pads yet preserving the energy of the original. Last but not least, Mono Electric Orchestra aka Barry Jamieson turns in a beatless version of his already massive remix, already being hailed as a future progressive house classic by blogs and fans alike. What a bonus...