Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Scheduled for end of July is the next edition of Dessous Recordings so-called "limited" series which is - as one can guess - released on a limited print run of 12"es alongside the digital format. What we're about to find as title track of the labels 115th release is a decent, intimate House cut that features moony vocalised chants on top of slightly jazzy pianos and a deep organic bassline which, combined as found, are able to run for hours without boring the hell out of the dancefloor. And it's interestingly only in the very ends part that the tunes minimal climax appears before fading out into the darkness of the night. "Eyes Wide Open" on the flip is another cut riding a similar vibe which is to be appreciated by all House music connaisseurs as it replaces melancholy with light hearted vernality and nice but frolicking bassline figures for all those happy couples who love to fall in love on the dancefloor again and again. Furthermore Alix Alvarez serves a sweet recut version crafted in his Bronx / NYC-based studio and introduces himself to the Dessous Recordings family with an organic but powerful TechHouse-vision that takes good care of the playful melody and adds some extra force by the use of demanding, straightforward hi-hats that perfectly heat up the dancefloor crowd in time. Nice.