Santoku Records are proud to present their latest various artists release. SAN014 contains two massive remixes of tracks by label favourites Mayhem & Logam.
Amoss take on Centuria, before NickBee remixes Infinity on the flip. Amoss have built their careers to new and amazing heights over the past five years, both in terms of production and DJing. Tracks
on Cyclone, Renegade Hardware and Dispatch have seen the duo go from strength to strength. Their remix takes the original and plots a new course. Deep, developing melodies work with the
drums in the intro, before things get more minimal, with lazer-guided beats and mesmeric effects building the tune back up. Amoss certainly put their stamp on Centuria, whilst maintaining the
spirit and feeling of Mayhem & Logam's original. This one surely is a headnodder, with the memory of the rave never far away. Float away on the rebuild, but prepare for a nasty sting in the tail.
NickBee is something of a phenomenon. His youth, his proficiency in such a range of styles, and his technical ability continue to shock and amaze. Labels, such as Invisible, Dispatch, Horizons, Bad
Taste and more queue up to secure his talents, but this time around he contributes a remix of Mayhem & Logam's Infinity.
Right from the top, this one's a stone-cold classic. Moving, melodic beats are lifted and drawn out by Nick's synth work, as he floats through the intro and into the drop. After this, the flourishes are held down, concentrating as he does on the beats and the bass instead. Frenetic, fast-paced drum lines flow up and down the mix, with the track pinned to a wide-ranging and diverse set of bass
notes. Building musical mountains is NickBee's speciality, and he does it once again on Infinity, swooping and gliding all around his remix.
Two fantastic remixes for Santoku from Amoss and NickBee.