Monday, October 29, 2012
From Russia via Canada to the world. That's a long story short when it comes to the musical works of Proxy who sees his debut album "Music From The Eastblock Jungles - Pt. 1" released via Turbo Recordings on November 5th which is a massive 11 track piece clearly influenced by the classic UK and European Rave scene of the nineties - see: "Raven (Original 08)" - with its huge hoover basslines, epic arrangements and full on attitude, high energy 90s House but also by contemporary NuRave / ElectroHouse with a big room / stadium feel. And surprisingly, although Proxy was never able to experience the energy of the original raves in person due to being stuck in the geostrategic trap that living in the middle of Russia is, his powerful vision of how to work thousands of people within only a few seconds of a tune perfectly fits in there, climaxing in the stunning anthem "Dance In The Dark" serving a combination of sweet female vox and baaad basslines as well as in the oppressive HorrorRave of "Raja Gaja" that seems to stem from deep within your darkest nightmare. Ultra massive and one of the most utterly banging albums released these days.