Review of Eryo – Wind City EP

Providing elegant, atmospheric and rhythmic music is what the Eryo project is all about. It was created in 2006 by belarussian dj and producer Konstantin Vorontsov.

Born in 1985 in the capital of Belarus, he was interesded in different music since childhood, but listening to electronic music has broght him the most of the pleasure. Music by Markus Schulz, Elevation, Hernan Cattaneo, Dave Seaman, and other progressive djs has influenced him a lot. Along with the great impact made by such names as Radiohead, Sigur Ros, Bjork and Akira Yamaoka. Eryo was always in love with mysterious things. His mixes are full of atmosphere and complex moods and feelings, mostly lyrical and romantic though. In 2008 Eryo started making his own tracks and remixes in the Cubase sequencer. His debut release was in November 2009, it was a remix of “Invisible Children” by Michael & Levan and Stiven Rivic which came out on Mistique Music and got some good support and reactions. Eryo has since signed on as an exclusive Mistique Music artist for 2010 and with many projects in the pipeline it certainly promises to be a big year for him.

Eryo’s original is a super smooth progressive production with a pumping bassline, nice soft pads, atmospheric washes and cool catchy melodic hooks. The breakdown is complimented with a nice breakbeat section that i’m sure most dancefloors will appreciate. A very positive vibe on this production as you would expect from Eryo. You might say the big guns have been called upon to remix this gem from Eryo, Michael & Levan and Stiven Rivic, Domased Electronica and Atrium Sun all contribute stellar mixes to the package. The Domased Electronica mix is really the standout here with a beefed up bottom end and a very cool vocal pad, definitely epic, full of warmth and atmosphere. Michael, Levan and Stiven Rivic do a fine job as well creating an amazing progressive house – trance hybrid like only they can do! Big release for Mistique!

Source: ReleasePromo

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