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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Zoe Xenia :: Let The Music Play

Zoe Xenia  :: Let The Music Play

Today we are treated, once again, to another release that has the Bass Culture unique freshness. This time its the turn of Dutch producer Zoe Xenia. Taking influence from one of the Shannon’s classic, ‘Let The Music Play’ takes on a groove filled, trip-tastic journey. Zoe’s vocals are smooth as silk, and whilst never overbearing, bonds the tracks’ jazzy drums, keys and bassline together like glue. The first of our remixes today comes from one of Detroits finest talents… Anonym. Showcasing those skills to perfection, he adds a wonderfully funky, disco b-line, yet also keeps the tracks’ laid back and groove-some. Rounding out the vinyl release is the stunning Damian Schwartz Dub of ‘Let The Music Play’. This is big room stuff, with dramatic synth stabs, open hats, and repetitive vocal sample. All giving it a real hypnotic feel. As a treat, D’Julz also gives us the two ‘digital only’ tracks. The bass heavy, warped tribal tech of ‘Aint No’ and the stripped down, spookily delightful Damian Schwartz Remix.