Domased Electronica remixed Ozgur Ozkan – Twilight

MIST025Ozgur Ozkan – Istanbul Twilight (incl. Domased Electronica, East Cafe, Redloft, Arion Grey) [MIST025]

Release Date: Jan 15th, 2010
Progressive / Progressive
Promo Avg: 4.23 / 5
Score: 118.5
Overall Rank: Reached #3 on Jan 9th, 2010

01. Istanbul Twilight (Original mix)
02. Istanbul Twilight (Domased Electronica remix)
03. Istanbul Twilight (East Cafe remix)
04. Istanbul Twilight (Redloft remix)
05. Istanbul Twilight (Arion Grey remix)

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Domased Electronica remixed Michael & Levan and Stiven Rivic – Invisible Children

MIST019The second batch of remixes of Invisible Children from label heads Michael & Levan And Stiven Rivic is ready. Fretwell (Morphosis / Baroque) from the UK opens this package with solid percussion elements and deep pad layers and effects. Rather lovely melodies emerge in the break, and they follow the original elements very well.

The energy builds as the beat is added once again, and the rhythm is enhanced by different additions such as small pluck stabs. Other well-known names in the progressive breaks genre are Hungarian Retroid (Morphosis / Moist) and British Duane Barry (Polytechnic / Digital Sensation UK) who deliver the second remix.

A cool percussion line introduces this track as well as an energetic break beat, and a hypnotizing and dominating lead appears after the break that helps to maintain the groove at a high level. The remix from Slovakian Domased Electronica (Mistique) begins with very cool vocal chops, and a unique, rolling bassline follows shortly after. The overall rhythm in this track is enhanced greatly by the delayed stab synths and the aforementioned bassline.

The break introduces new vocal elements and a great lead as well. From Hungary comes Dynamic Illusion (Armada / Silk) who gives us the fourth remix in this package. An extremely deep bassline and various sound effects are the first things we hear, and rather enjoyable stab melodies and percussion lines follow soon. An unexpected, yet sweet female vocal emerges as well, and other very interesting synths are also added in the latter half of the track. A techy beat is soon established in the remix from Hungarian Human8 (Tilth / Ready Mix), and suitable melody patterns are added on top as well.

After a few cool tweaks and glitches the break appears which offers a rather unique and soft melody on top of a bunch of pads and other elements. Bobby Deep (Acuna Boyz / Deepsessions) from Greece is up next, and techy background stabs on top of a minimal beat soon become the main elements. Light bell melodies appear near the break, and they play well with the deep string line underneath. The seventh remix comes from Silence ‘O’ Phobia (Deepsessions / Underground Lessons) from Hungary. A killer off-beat bassline introduces this track, and it develops into a more rolling bassline after a few minutes. Other dark elements are added as well, for instance cool breath-stabs and tweaked drum effects.

Directly following their release “No More Sadness” here on Mistique Music, Ivan Nikusev & Wav-E (Deepsessions / Outta Limits) from Macedonia delivers the next remix of Invisible Children. It includes a driving beat and rhythmic synths on top, and the break is very interesting as well; sweet vocal samples as well as a well-written break beat create a good atmosphere, and the theme synth takes over after the break. Chris Drifter (SoundTribe / Nemesis) from Hungary gives us the ninth remix, and it starts out with some quite techy elements, such as dark, quick stabs and a beat with aggressive percussion lines.

The bassline is rather rolling and varying, and as another good variation there’s a cool vocal sample that appears once in a while. Hungarian Faces (SoundTribe / Outta Limits) closes this package, and sweeping pads and arpeggiated synth lines create a rather funky atmosphere. Many different synths appear as the track progresses, and the listener is always entertained throughout this track. The bassline also helps to keep the funky grooves intact.

Tracks on this release:

01. Invisible Children (Fretwell remix)
02. Invisible Children (Retroid and Duane Barry remix)
03. Invisible Children (Domased Electronica remix)
04. Invisible Children (Dynamic Illusion remix)
05. Invisible Children (Human8 remix)
06. Invisible Children (Bobby Deep remix)
07. Invisible Children (Silence ‘O’ Phobia remix)
08. Invisible Children (Ivan Nikusev & Wav-E remix)
09. Invisible Children (Chris Drifter remix)
10. Invisible Children (Faces remix)

Review by “Gorm Sorensen / Airillusions”
Cover Design by “Shannon Riches / Approaching Black”

Details on Mistiquemusic website. 

Hits: 870

Domased Electronica remixed Ivan Nikusev & Wav-E – No More Sadness

MIST015Ivan Nikusev & Wav-E from Macedonia has released a couple of tracks together on labels such as Outta Limits and Deepsessions, and now they’re here on Mistique Music with their track called “No More Sadness”.
This package includes 4 remixes from Domased Electronica, Eyecorp, Bobby Deep, and Ali Inzel.

An enjoyable, deep atmosphere is quickly put in effect which is dominated by the many pad layers and delayed synth riffs. The percussion is kept on a minimum yet it creates a memorable pattern that plays well with the rest of the elements in this track.

Domased Electronica from Slovakia delivers the first remix. Its deep, rolling bassline along with the various riffs here and there create a very progressive and enjoyable mood, and because of the progression of the beat this track is extremely energetic as well.

The remix from the duo Eyecorp from Mexico includes a bassline with rough edges and a rather firm beat, and a sidechained pad is used throughout the entity of the track. Cool arpeggiator melodies also help to create a very interesting atmosphere.

Next remix comes from Bobby Deep from Greece. Starts out with a deep intro followed by small panned guitar riffs. After a few minutes the track is dominated by a very fine deep atmosphere that includes a great deal of various synths, and the break is a blissful journey with many pad layers.

Turkish Ali Inzel delivers the last remix in this package. The bassline and beat create a quite heavy rhythm which is maintained throughout the whole track. A break beat appears in the break as well as fine pad layers that continue after the break.

Tracks on this release:

01. No More Sadness (Original mix)
02. No More Sadness (Domased Electronica remix)
03. No More Sadness (Eyecorp remix)
04. No More Sadness (Bobby Deep remix)
05. No More Sadness (Ali Inzel remix)

Review by “Gorm Sorensen / Airillusions”
Cover Design by “Shannon Riches / Approaching Black”

Details on Mistiquemusic website. 

Hits: 1688

Domased Electronica remixed Michael & Levan and Stiven Rivic – Connection

MIST012Label heads Michael & Levan And Stiven Rivic are back. Their follow-up to the first release on Mistique Music (“State Of Liberty”) is called “Connection” and features 5 remixes. Domased Electronica and Dynamic Illusion have featured on previous releases on Mistique Music, but Retroid, Aeron Aether, and Faskil are new artists to the roster.

As usual, when it comes to Michael & Levan And Stiven Rivic’s tracks, a unique and enjoyable atmosphere is one of the main elements. Also a rolling, pumping bassline along with a strong beat dominate the track, and extremely many and various melodies play here and there; heavy pad lines, deep stabs, and thrilling arpeggiator lines, to name a few..

A lively beat along with smooth pad lines are the first things we hear in the remix from Domased Electronica (Ladislav Zajic) from Slovakia. Some of the great additions that we hear in this track are the bright background synth riffs that spice up the track, and they fit the rather uplifting vibe of this remix very well.

Hungarian Retroid (Adam Huszar) delivers a dub mix, which starts off with some rather interesting sound effects. Soon the beat is pumping a great deal of energy into the track, and meanwhile some soothing, sweeping pad lines dominate the overall atmosphere. Many various sound effects come into play again in the break, and they work rather well with the main melody riffs in this remix.

First break remix in this package comes from Hungarian producer Aeron Aether (Gabor Kovacs). A deep mood is established quickly, and all kinds of synths are added in the first few minutes. Brand new chords are introduced as well, and on top of it all a violin makes its appearance later on. The downtempo break is another highlight of this remix.

Paris resident Faskil (Jean-Christophe Detrain) has made a remix with more aggressive synth lines and effects, and the deep stabs go well with the rest of the energetic atmosphere created by the break beat. Big, deep and rough synth lines dominate the break, and more energy-filled elements follow afterwards.

Last track is the “Airwalker” mix from Dynamic Illusion (Daniel Gyarmati). The Hungarian producer made a break beat with driving percussion lines, and many melody layers are added to the mix; for instance the arpeggiator that enhances the energy a notch. A brisk piano line is added in the break while other, new melodic elements build around it.

Tracks on this release:

01. Connection (Original Mix)
02. Connection (Domased Electronica Remix)
03. Connection (Retroid Remix)
04. Connection (Aeron Aether Remix)
05. Connection (Faskil Remix)
06. Connection (Dynamic Illusion Remix)

Review by “Gorm Sorensen / Airillusions”
Cover Design by “Shannon Riches / Approaching Black”

Details on Mistiquemusic website. 

Hits: 589

Domased Electronica remixed Michael & Levan and Stiven Rivic – State Of Liberty

MIST001New label Mistique Music presents their first release from artists Michael & Levan and Stiven Rivic. Their unique deep, atmospheric and melodic sound you can feel in this track as in all their track.

Remixers did a great job too. Embliss with his deep progressive sound, nice melody and deep groove takes you on a trip to space!

Domased Electronica with atmospheric sound and beautiful pads. Soundstorm with some techy – sexy elements. And as a bonus we are proud to present you new upcoming talents from Georgia – Terminal2 with some trancey sound.

Tracks on this release:

01. State Of Liberty (Original Mix)
02. State Of Liberty (Embliss Remix)
03. State Of Liberty (Soundstorm Remix)
04. State Of Liberty (Domased Electronica Remix)
05. State Of Liberty (Terminal 2 Remix)

Hits: 707

Domased Electronica remixed Uriel’s track Fieldox

morph031_rDomased Electronica remixed Uriel’s track Fieldox.

Uriel Yehezkel was born in 1984 and grew up in Jerusalem. He started making music at the age of 15 playing Trance, House, Progressive House, DeepHouse and BreakBeat Music. He later developed his own unique style of Chill Out and Instrumental Electronica.

After completing three years army service in 2006 he returned to music professionally and won a first place scholarship at BPM School of Music. Working on his debut album during 2007, he combined his own talents for composition, keyboards, piano and guitars with guest musicians playing percussion, flutes, violins, Darbuka and vocal textures.


Tracks on this release:

01. Fieldox (Original mix)
02. Fieldox (Domased Electronica remix)
03. Fieldox (Retroid remix)

Details on Morphosis Records website. 

Hits: 590