While Italian mob Delayers have proven untimely assets to the country’s promising House output, French crusader Gregori Klosman requires little introduction given his impressive presence throughout 2012. Investing some precious time amid the chaotic touring and impressive solo outings, his invasion of the quartet’s latest single ‘Everything Moves’ unites Delayer’s new school stead with his own well-established studio manoeuvres.

Transcending from gritty Dub Step into a synth lead onslaught of Klosman’s thoroughbred Electro stylings, the Parisian producer raises the bar on tough festival proof energy with one of his more heavyset remix duties to date. Where the wobble-orientated peak timer may be showing signs of a shelf life, Klosman’s take is a befitting example of how the familiar can be excelled upon amid the 21st century EDM explosion.

The Gregori Klosman remix is set to be released on July 16.

Delayers – Everything Moves (Gregori Klosman Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

9 Comments to “Preview: Delayers – Everything Moves (Gregori Klosman Remix)”

  • naaah

  • This is crap. Utter crap to please the public.

  • actually like it

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ROWuts2eH8


  • Am I the only one who’s missing the old techny Klosman? Tracks like Bombata and Peacock are pure genius, now all his tracks have the same generic electro sound to them.
    He used to be an artist I eagerly followed but now a days I generally don’t care – such a shame.

  • Stop saying bullshit. Just because there are wobbles doesn’t mean the track is the same.
    I like the fact that Gregori change his style with the time. Stop being haters.

  • Haters gonna hate …

  • worst crap i have heard..

  • What’s so bad about this? I like it

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