Asheville’s ambitious tech-house label Release Musiq showcase their current roster and some new collaborators with their Miami WMC Sampler 2013. Twelve tracks are included, encompassing the different textures in the club-ready Release Musiq oeuvre, featuring many unheard cuts amongst a few recent ‘best of’ moments. Cuban-born Luis Armando, whose tribal-tinged Futuro EP is presently making waves, leads with three tracks, including the tough, swirling “Peaks,” a remix of “Globatron” by Mitch Major (Adapt Recordings, Suka), and Dathan and Kri‘s Stripped Out Bass rework of “Nico’s Dream,” Luis’ collaboration with Nicodemus Roth. Amir Abbasi, the prolific Atlanta-based producer, DJ, and video artist, is represented by “Bipolar Robot, which gets a superb, floor-filling remix from Medway (Hooj Choons). Release Musiq’s J-Hecht is on board for the slinky and spacey deep tech-house track ”Nothing in this World,“ and a chuggy remix from Piltdown Sound (Bleepsequence, Subsensory Recordings) of Astervoid’s ”Moral Inheratives" rounds out this impressive package. These are just the highlights … dig in and have a listen to what Release Musiq has in store for global dance floors.
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