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International production outfit The Peacemaker Project are back following two successful single releases to make their Anjunadeep debut with a particularly soulful deep house interpretation of Moses Pelham’s 2012 hit, ‘Ich Lass´Dich Nicht Zurück’.

Rallying a deep and calm beat and incorporating segments of live instruments, including sax and strings, The Peacemaker Project tackle Glashaus vocalist Peppa Singt’s crooning vocals with utmost ease to create what in a world of peace could easily be deemed it’s official anthem.

Out today on Beatport.

Brooklyn’s best kept secret Paul Beckwith is back to continue to scale the globe with his vintage club sound with a new three-track EP for the label. On the back of successful instalments for Armada Music, the Northern Irish duo head to Anjunadeep for an 80’s infused instalment to the infamous imprint. Amid their lush melodic canvas of stunningly placed synth work, a heavy backdrop of vintage Electro captivates the creativity of modern age Electro House alongside the intense attitude of early 80’s club culture. Leaping from warm and ambient chord play to succinct lead play, ‘Craymal’s resonating beats and grinding bass make for a mature and overtly satisfying leap in the calmer realms of club music.

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Brooklyn’s best kept secret Paul Beckwith is back to continue to scale the globe with his vintage club sound with a new three-track EP for the label. On the back of successful instalments for Armada Music, the Northern Irish duo head to Anjunadeep for an 80’s infused instalment to the infamous imprint. Amid their lush melodic canvas of stunningly placed synth work, a heavy backdrop of vintage Electro captivates the creativity of modern age Electro House alongside the intense attitude of early 80’s club culture. Leaping from warm and ambient chord play to succinct lead play, ‘Craymal’s resonating beats and grinding bass make for a mature and overtly satisfying leap in the calmer realms of club music.

‘Craymal’ will be released September 10.

Back on track with a notable shade of ‘deep’, Berlin based producer Martin Roth provides outstanding remix duties for British label favorite Jordy Wisternoff’s emotive single ‘Just One More’. Already proving a solid favorite from his debut album ‘The Trails We Blaze’, the German producer drives a smooth yet funky array of analogue leads alongside the tracks intimate beat work to pen a remix rife with ambience and melodic vitality. Accommodating the emotive vocal work of Pete Josef with little apprehension, this notably down-tempo offering showcases Roth as an aspiring master to the funkier scope of Anjunadeeps distinct stylngs.

The Martin Roth remix is set to be released on August 6.

Words by Dan Carter

In yet another extension of their firm artistic stamina for 2012, Above & Beyond’s deeper rooted offshoot Anjunadeep employ the ambient studio stylings of London’s Alfred Taylor for their latest persuasive poolside groover ‘Don’t You Leave Me’.

Rife with elegant melodic swirls and the infectious rerunning vocal sample that drive this emotively cleansed pace-setter, Taylor engages in the atmospherics of the infamous Balearic chill while trampling a whole new dimension upon the imprint’s forward-thinking legacy of unpretentious knee jerkers. Amid the season surge of fine Ibizan clubbing, ‘Don’t You Leave Me’ is sure to stick its course as a multipurpose summer favourite throughout the remainder of 2012.

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Words by Dan Carter

Projecting a forward thinking shadow over the more predictable realms of EDM for more than seven years, Anjunadeep have certainly collected some stunning talents along the way. As a notable favourite and increasingly potent landmark in Britain’s deeper instalments, London’s Oliver Smith shows no sign of simmering with his enigmatic follow-up to ‘Progress’ for Anjunabeats. In an effortless balance of divine melodic progressions and vintage Trance energy, Smith deploys a dexterous injection of euphoric club fuel that encapsulates the once spiritual energy of the White Isle without compromising on 21st century production values.

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Oliver Smith – Under The Wire

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Despite being fairly unknown, the London duo that are Alfie Granger-Howell and Nick Harriman, also known as Dusky, have validated the fact that fame and talent don’t necessarily go hand-in-hand. Starring as one of Anjunadeep’s hottest rescources thus far, Dusky return from the recent release of their debut album to prepare another package for release through one of the record imprints of Above & Beyond. As a counterpart to the abundance of dubstep and wobbly electro-house offerings hitting the digital mark these days, Dusky’s Three Colours reflects upon far less intricate build-ups and a soothing appeal. With assistance from large yet smooth kicks, relaxing piano chords and mysterious vocal lines, this accompany piece to a re-release of the album single ‘Lost Highway’ sets the standard for the London producers’ music output in 2012.

‘Three Colours’ is set to release on January 30th.


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