“MK50/Redeem” is Argentine producer Paul Deep’s first solo release for the Munich based label PlattenBank. The vivid, mesmerizing recording takes listeners on a hypnotic voyage with unique takes on underground dance music. Paul experiments with subtle arrangement interventions, which proves to be both an intellectual challenge and a link to the music of the South American experience. Deep’s studies have resulted in a sound that fuses the most forward-thinking aspects of progressive house with the excitement of percussive electronica. This two track audio journey feels thoroughly contemporary but also hints at the classic sound of the 1990’s. As with the very best instrumental pieces, there is a lot of unconventional treatments, and building off the multiple layers’ energy, resulting in a music that is at once confident, stimulating and original. Check it out!
Historical Context of Paradise Lost Relates to: Paradise Lost Illustration from The Temptation & Fall of Eve, from William Blake’s Milton, a Poem, 1808. (Wikimedia Commons) Illustration from The Temptation & Fall of Eve, from William Blake’s Milton, a Poem, 1808. (Wikimedia Commons)
Milton’s life and career coincide with one of the most revolutionary periods of English history. King Charles I, who had ascended to the throne in 1625, believed in the divine right of kings to rule by personal fiat and had effectively dissolved Parliament in 1629. Meanwhile, continental Europe was awash in blood from the religious and political conflicts known collectively as the Thirty Years War (1618-1648) and tensions between Catholics and Protestants were felt keenly across the channel in England.
While as the head of the Church of England Charles was nominally Protestant, he was accused of being insufficiently supportive of the Protestant cause and even of having Catholic sympathies himself (his wife Henrietta Maria was a Roman Catholic). All this made him the target of suspicion and outrage among Puritan dissenters who felt that the Anglican Church was insufficiently reformed and was now backsliding into Catholic ritualism. http://www.college.columbia.edu/core/content/historical-context-paradise-lost
Portuguese Producer / DJ Pete K brings his first single release to Colorize with ‘Enouement’.
A driving song that builds and swells lusciously with a throbbing bass and delicately arpeggiated synths, ‘Enouement’ was featured as part of Colorize’s ‘Colorscapes’ Compilation mixed by Matt Fax and Dezza, one of the highlights of the latter’s mix.
With more than 210 TOP100 Proghouse releases, 35 TOP100 Proghouse tracks and more than 90 weekly official chartings on Beatport we can easily declare that Stellar Fountain can not be avoided when you’re looking for fresh high-quality progressive sounds. Amongst the TOP100 Progressive House label worldwide and clear number 1 in Hungary, you can expect more legends, hot tastemakers and upcoming talents in their following releases in 2019.
Release Date: 28th June 2019 – Following his collaborative single ‘Like You’, and the driving ‘Prospect EP’ which saw support from BBC Radio 1’s Phil Taggart, Marsh continues his run of stellar releases with the ‘Soul EP’, his first solo EP on Anjunadeep.
Whether it be the deep grooves of the title track, hard arpeggios of ‘Estes’ or the hypnotizing arrangement of ‘Surrender’ featuring Mariel Beausejour’s sweet vocal, the three-track EP sees the Cincinnati-based producer assert himself as a prodigious talent.
After big support from Armin van Buuren on Milad E’s latest record Kattegat he now teams up with Farid A to bring us On Love. A tender, cloud-parting breakdown of beautiful pianos together with a big powerful beat gives us a tune we will remember in years to come. The remix comes from Quizzow, with the balearic guitar and summerish chords this record brings you back to the lovely summer at the beach, just close your eyes and you’re back on this fine holiday destination.