Since his inauguration to the ranks of Mark Knight’s Toolroom Records, Gothenburg’s CaPa has proven far more than just another Progressive House protégé from Sweden. Returning to the label for his third original release, Caweh Passereh rings in the New Year with the synth-laden ‘Chances.’
Blasting through a stern wave of euphoric leads, ‘Chances’ showcases an uplifting canvas of sturdy chord work before apexing into a Progressive track more than worthy of Toolroom’s clubbing fraternity. For all the fresh and young talent doing the rounds, CaPa’s ability to come back kicking without following the crowds makes his rise alongside Knight’s Toolroom label all the more special.
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Toolroom Records returns after their acclaimed Miami 2012 compilation to bring us the first episode of their Ibiza 2012 compilation series. Blending melodic lead play with chunky tech beats, the imprint of Mark Knight attempts to set the tone for this year’s Ibiza season with previously unreleased music from the likes of Hardwell, Funkagenda, CaPa among others.
With Hardwell’s unexpected second coming to the label taking the headlining spot with a concoction of rolling chords and an ambiguous vocal, Sweden’s CaPa returns to Toolroom to build an impressive canvas of sturdy chord work before apexing into a Progressive offering more than worthy of Toolroom’s prestigious clubbing fraternity. Bringing resonant synths and big beats, Funkagenda presents his latest Pete Tong-approved original, still leaving room for Bass Kleph and Filthy Rich’s ‘Damage At The Disco’ to top the package with a fuse of Tyson’s more instrumentally refined House stylings with the deep groove orientated play that has excelled Rich’s reputation across Europe.
Since his inauguration to the ranks of Mark Knight’s Toolroom Records, Gothenburg’s CaPa has proven far more than just another Progressive House protégé from Sweden. Returning to the infamous imprint for his second compilation spot this year, volume one of their Ibiza 2012 compilation series plays host to his latest studio outing ‘Moments’.
Still very much leaning towards the euphoric sound scope that built his name in the first place, the young producer builds an impressive canvas of sturdy chord work before apexing into a Progressive offering more than worthy of Toolroom’s prestigious clubbing fraternity. For all the fresh and young talent doing the rounds, CaPa’s ability to come back kicking without following the crowds makes his rise to infamy alongside Knight’s Toolroom armada all the more special.
‘Moments’ will be released on June 3.
Words by Dan Carter
Following up last year’s highly successful Miami compilation from Mark Knight’s Toolroom Records, an equally impressive 2012 edition has been released, jam packed with exclusive contenders for this year’s Miami Music Week. Now boasting an exclusive signing with the renowned imprint as the next wave of their undeniable eye for ecstatic Electronic talent, CaPa leads the way for the label’s updated roster on the route to Miami in less than a month with a blissful offering. Whereas ‘Atlantis’ blasts through a stern wave of euphoric leads, London duo Hoxton Whores take it upon themselves to deliver a modern remodel of Blue Boy’s ‘97 original, consisting of unremitting vocal lines and captivating grooves.
With early approval from Axwell, Toolroom call upon the young talents of Toronto’s Mark Mendes for ‘Arisana’. Featuring the heavy-stepping properties of early Deadmau5, this outing does not only encapsulates the impressive steps taken by Mendes lately, but Mark Knight’s undisturbed passion for bringing new blood to the forefront of Electronic Dance music.
Returning after the remix for Sander Kleinenberg, the drum-specialist that is René Amesz continues to impress with this bumpy and delightful contribution to what is looking to be a successful second and certainly not final Toolroom Miami compilation, leaving room for Gina Star’s synth-tinged revamp of ‘Beautiful World’ to take an essential position amid this 41-track package.
/Anton & Dan Carter
Signing to Armada at the tender age of 18, Caweh Passereh was always destined for big things. But having caught the attention of Mark Knight with ‘Psykos’, the 20-year-old producer now boasts an exclusive signing with renowned imprint Toolroom records as the next wave of their undeniable eye for ecstatic Electronic talent. Leading the way for Toolroom’s updated roster on the route to Miami WMC, his latest outing for the imprint leads with the same promising energy as his studio output has conjured from the outset. Blasting through a stern wave of euphoric leads, ‘Atlantis’ pushes away from the stereotypical Swedish sound by encapsulating something of a whiff of the vintage sounds more commonly associated with the heyday of British Electronic music. Transitioning to a solid backbone of floor-filling gold dust, CaPa proves himself well worth the the aural efforts with a solid injection that encapsulates the positivity of the forthcoming month and what promises to be an unforgettable year for this aspiring Swede hopeful.
‘Atlantis’ is released February 26th through Toolroom’s Miami 2012 compilation.
Words by Dan Carter