Hey guys check out the Soundspace Premiere of our track ‘Horizon’ forthcoming on Sync Forward‘s new VA ‘Synapse’ – Out September 27th
Since launching their Sync Forward label back in 2010 alongside Monotronik, Porto-based duo Remotion have been hard at work, pushing their sound and vision on imprints like AnalyticTrail and ELEVATE.
The pairs latest studio production will come via the forthcoming Sync Forward VA release, titled Synapse Vol.1. Amongst the 17-long tracklist you’ll also find work from KLINES, Monotronik and Joonas Aleksi.
After the first listen of Horizon, it’s difficult not to see the potential coming from the Portuguese camp. Punchy kick drums, a mammoth low end and melodic break downs make for an addictive tune that deserves your full attention.
Synapse Vol.1 VA will drop September 27th on Sync Forward.
The first track Eugenics it’s an impressive enthralling, dazzlingly produced track. The unmistakable main synthesizer with its arpeggiated nature takes the listener on a transcendent journey.
Next is Filling the Void, a fast-paced track, with a rippling bassline and trademark progressive stab chords.
The third track entitled Melancholy is metaphysical and melodious production, featuring minimalistic ambiance and a high level of musical composition.
Last but not least is the remix of Eugenics by Remotion, a masterful techno reinterpretation of the original track, featuring a haunting synthesizer and angry growls that close perfectly the release.
Following the highly acclaimed Mandala EP, Sync Forward returns with a brand new release from label co-owners and widely praised techno producers Remotion. Presenting us with three original masterpieces, it imposes itself as a versatile body of work, defined by the creative quality of the Portuguese duo.
“Digital Structures proudly presents Misbehavin’ remixes package. On the remixing duties are the Italian legend Dusty Kid, the Portuguese duo Remotion, and the Israeli promise Dangur. The original by Gabi 2B was a very special track with fat groove and exciting squeakiness to it, and we are happy to announce that the remixes did take it to some interesting directions that are definitely worth checking out!”