Fresh from his collaboration with Sevensensis, TrajDali goes it alone and firmly lays down his intentions with this peak-time statement in sound. The track is based around a memorable and razor sharp SHM style hook, introduced and underpinned by an especially bouncy rhythm, for a no nonsense and super-infectious anthem guaranteed to take the roof off main rooms everywhere!'
A gritty, melody filled, electronic dance love song born out of the collaboration between Serbian producer TrajDali and Italian Singer/producer Sevensensis, includes a classy progressive remix by UK producer Noff as well as a hypnotic dubbed out version by 7S.
Latest release from London-based Sevensensis (7S) on her own Sensistrax imprint: The Midnight A mysterious intro with throbbingpads soon turns into a dubbed up house rinser with just a touch of techy funk. Some really nice hats work adds the spice, leading to a piano breakdown which harks back to the blissed out days of dream house (Sasha & Maria anyone), then back to the driving dub for the win. To be continued...
BEATPORT EXCLUSIVE ON 9 JULY 2012
Sensistrax presents the official release of the Sevensensis classic "Just shut up and dance" with an exclusive remix by the one and only Kinky Rolnd - bringing it back to basics with its 90's riffs and breaks, and a minimum use of vocal effects. A full on house-anthem bliss not to be missed.
The track has been gathering enthusiastic feedback on the underground circuit and is getting ready to cause steer on global dancefloors. Written, talked and produced by Sevensensis' Alessandra Dagos, it features a credit-busting 4 remixes which carry the song's unmistakable statement to 4 different directions, from electro to progressive. First up we have the two original mixes by Sevensisis - an original vocal and an original dub mix - both deep groovy slabs of aural loveliness. Acient Artists: no messing about here as the A/A's jump right on it with a jacking chicago-esque beat, rythmic vox snippets, stabby bass and an in yer face riff - A full on electro assault! Igness remix: another builder, this time from Polish prodigy Igness - drops in with old school keyboards, a groovy rythm a nice fat kick and a bassline more prominent than the AA remix taking the previous atmosphere to a higher harder level.