EastColors – Things Inside (Hybris Remix) [Demand Records]

WORLDWIDE RELEASE: 19 th Jan 2015

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1. Eastcolors – Could Be
2. Eastcolors – Things Inside (Hybris Remix)
3. Eastcolors – Dreams (with Traffic & Noel)

Russia’s Eastcolors is back on Demand Records for DNMD025. The producer has been locked away for the past 18 months, working on his debut album, and now returns with three spectacular tunes which prove once again how much of a hot ticket he is throughout the world.

Things Inside appears in a remixed form, courtesy of Hybris. The original found favour with none other than Friction, and the reimagined version is equally as effective, stuttering slowly into life, before blooming out into an addictive rumbler, with low-slung tribal beats and insistent bass work. The pace constantly varies, with new ideas coming out at you all the time. Boundaries are nothing for Eastcolors, all he cares about is the groove. Dramatic, involving, and essential.

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