After the conquest of the original and with his and Mat Zo’s follow-up to Rebound, titled Mozart, due to see its release this very weekend, Arty previews his remix of Dirty South and Those Usual Suspects‘ Walking Alone, as premiered by Armin van Buuren last night. Kicking things off with a meaty kick and quite simple chords, only to later break down and into Arty’s ravishing take on sweepy progressive, another trademark for the Russian prodigy surfaces and will be joining such tunes as Around The World, Kate and the remix for Punk on his prestigious repertoire shortly. Having become one of the essential pioneers of Above & Beyond’s Anjunabeats label after seeing playlistings from the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Tiësto, David Guetta and Armin van Buuren and many others this year, Arty has undubitably made one of the most remarkable bursts onto the club music scene lately, scoring numerous belters and gaining steady support from the crème de la crème of clubland.
Whilst we are eager in the wait for his collaborative effort with Matisse & Sadko, titled Trio, coming up on Axtone, Arty takes on the latest single out from Phazing Records, Walking Alone, to complement the stunning voice of Erik Hecht with a frisky piano and his characteristically sweeping progression.
The Arty remix of ‘Walking Alone’ is released February 15th via Phazing Records.