Title: Homegrown EP
Label: Indepth Music
Cat. #: IDM018
Release date: 11th April, 2013
01 La Savane (Original Mix)
02 La Savane (A. Zahran & H. Zahran Remix)
03 Homegrown (Original Mix)
04 Smog (Original Mix)
Palpable and upfront melodic and deep tech house has become the signature mark from Indepth Music Records. Their newest release presents a sound that will not disappoint. Presenting the debut solo project ofNabih Esta, one half of Beirut duo Ronin & Nesta,Technophile drops three impressive and groovy tracks that encourage a successful career in the coming seasons. With Egyptian talent Adham Zharan on remix duties, the label reaches a new part of the globe to bring together one unified beat of perfection with theHomegrown EP. With effortlessly flowing beats and eruptive dancefloor bombs, this package is an example of Indepth’s commitment to quality sound and knowledge of underground tastemakers.
Beginning the release with rising tension, La Savaneopens with strong emotions, hypnotic keys, and hearty drums. The arrange leads to a central break with a mix of fat sub bass tones and rich dynamics. An enchanting and melodic deep track, La Savane sets the mood perfectly for what is to come. Adham Zarhan’s remix compliments La Savane with a more uplifting and classic feel of house flavor. Supplying a fantastic re-interpretation, the mix takes the listener on a easy going journey through light groove and classic drum programming techniques.
A more percussive centered tune, Homegrown is a bit more minimal than other tracks on the EP but grows into a rhythmic synth riff that compells the ears to eagerly await the next drop. Sure to be stuck in listeners’ heads, the intoxicating array of harder bass hits and tech house inspired drum patterns make Homegrown perfect for filling an early dance floor.
Closing out the release in a big way, Smog lingers and oozes dark tech vibes. A very powerful and massive tech house groove compliments the deep hypnotic melodies to create a shimmering atmosphere of beautiful chaos. As promoting and seeking new talents become the main interest of the Indepth imprint, their sounds become ever expansive.
Welcoming deliciously deep acts to more aggressive and dark producers, the imprint’s foundation is extremely sturdy and eclectic; guaranteeing continued success as they near their 20th release.