Artist: Cereus & Revibe
Label: Baikal Nomads
Cat. #: BNA047
Release Date: 02.06.2023
03. Kula (Veytik Remix)
04. Chandra (Alex Doering Remix)
05. Kula (Timboletti Remix)
Baikal Nomads is a record label focused on organic house with deep atmosphere and melodic grooves. The label’s latest release features collaborative original music from Cereus and Revibe along with stunning remixes by Veytik, Alex Doering and Timboletti.
There are two original tracks on this release that include the collaboration, plus a solo production by Cereus. Both of the original artists are from Denver, USA and Revibe is an emerging talent making his debut with this stunning release.
Cereus is making his debut on Baikal Nomads following an exquisite debut on the Suprematic record label where he showcased his downtempo blend of ethereal atmosphere and enchanting melodies.
On remix duty, Veytik is an American artist from New York whose mystical tracks have been released on respected organic house record labels ranging from Harabe to Cafe De Anatolia.
Alex Doering is a Baikal Nomads regular who provides a spine-tingling remix in the style that he has featured on other imprints such as Kosa, The Purr and trndmsk.
The last of the remixes comes from Timboletti, a renowned German artist who has been pioneering organic house since the genre’s inception and has an impressive back catalogue including music on Sol Selectas, Kindisch, Do Not Sit, 3000 Grad Records and Stil Vor Talent.
“Kula” is the collaborative original and it opens the release with rattling organic percussion and majestic pads that create an uplifting atmosphere with a soothing vibe.
“Chandra” is the solo original by Cereus and it’s a spellbinding track with sweeping synths and pulsating rhythms that are cut by rushes of sparkling melody and it unfolds with building tension.
Veytik’s remix of “Kula” drops the tempo and adds vocal chants that give the track an indigenous vibe full of psychedelic and shamanistic vibes.
Timboletti’s remix of “Kula” adds trippy synths with techy undertones that lead into the soothing synths of the original as the track moves towards the spiralling textures of the breakdown.
Alex Doering’s remix of “Chandra” adds hallucinatory vocal textures and stabbing synth chords along with a prominent snare that helps him create a dramatic remix that lifts the energy of the original.