B1Zoned (DJ Nature Remix)
Red Rack'emZoned EP
City Fly | Item No: 365439
Vinyl 12" | 2014 / EU – Original | New
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Kicking off the EP is the title track 'Zoned' which as the name implies is an ode to being 'too far gone'. With a pitched down vocal, disorientating chords, heavy kick-drum and yearning male larynx hollering 'music is the place to be, want it right to hold me free', the track definitely takes you to a deeper place. Just before it gets any darker a dose of sax licks come in to inject some groove and light to proceedings. Sounding like a long lost 8-mile beatdown track that wouldn't be amiss on an old KDJ B-side or LP a la Silentintroduction or Forevernevermore, this is definitely one for the real heads with the lights down low...Next up is 'Brazilian Nuts' though to give a pre-warning this is not a samba-fuelled production as the title would suggest. With a warped, ocean-deep bass plunging the depths, heavy handclaps and an eerie vox, the track starts off with a deep and atmospheric aura. However, an element of surprise is thrown in when a Brazilian voice interjects adding a glimmer of light, which is further enhanced when crystal synths glide in contrasting against the deeper undertones - building to an ethereal breakdown where the bottomless bass, haunting vox and crystalline synth interpolate effortlessly. A deeper excursion to submerge yourself in...Having previously featured house heavyweights such as Fred P, Andres and Danny's partner in crime Medlar on remix duties, this time City Fly are proud to bring DJ Nature into the mix. The New York based producer has had a slew of killer EP's on Japan's Jazzy Sport and NY's Golf Channel followed up by his acclaimed 'Return Of The Savage' LP which made him catch the ear of City Fly. On to the remix and Nature's interpretation as ever has an organic, timeless aesthetic that juxtaposes the deep, disorientating mood of the original with its warm bass and jazzy keys giving a laissez-faire vibe drenched with funk and soul - definitely one for springtime this is one to soak up and kick back to...