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Continuing to crank out quality releases, Australian duo Denzal Park follow up ‘Scorpio’ with their second release on Fedde Le Grand and Funkerman’s Flamingo Recordings in the form of ‘Yarl.’

Turning their head to the darker terrains of Dance music yet again, ‘Yarl’ laces sterling acid drops and melodic, dubstep-oriented breakdown segments. Having managed to maintain a high level of both quality and quantity throughout 2012, 2013 looks to become as equally successful for the highly underrated pair from down-under if ‘Yarl’ is anything to go by.

Out today on Beatport.

Continuing to crank out quality releases, Australian duo Denzal Park follow up ‘Scorpio’ with their second release on Fedde Le Grand and Funkerman’s Flamingo Recordings in the form of ‘Yarl.’

Turning their head to the darker terrains of Dance music yet again, ‘Yarl’ laces sterling acid drops and melodic, dubstep-oriented breakdown segments. Having managed to maintain a high level of both quality and quantity throughout 2012, and if ‘Yarl’ is any indication, 2013 doesn’t appear to become any less successful for the highly underrated pair from down-under.

Out January 21st on Neon and Flamingo.

In the wake of the radio-friendly original release off of EMI/Virgin, Dimitri Vangelis and Wyman’s ‘Pieces Of Light‘ alongside Jonny Rose gets the remix treatment from an unexpected assortment of producers from across the globe.

First to bat for the remix package, fast-ascending Dutch duo Sick Individuals take the lead with a remix of the increasingly popular dotted Electro House. In a similar vein as their remix of ‘Dancin Dancin,’ Australian pair Denzal Park build a grinding canvas of strong lead work with a melodic twist, leaving it to Miami producer Henrix to round out the remix package with a minimalistic, festival-friendly take.

Out now on Beatport.

Capping off a huge year for them both, EDX and Tamra Keenan’s ‘2 Hearts 1 Mind’ receives two strong Progressive remixes courtesy of two of the globe’s fastest-rising duo’s of late.

Rife with the strong peak time mannerisms that have ornamented their recent industry ascent, Denzal Park take the lead to give ‘2 Hearts 1 Mind’ a strong lick of melodic style to turn the vocal offering into a collection of ‘hands-in-the-air’ moments. In a turn for the slightly heavier-set domains of Dance music, Inpetto rounds things off with a remix of tectonic drops and emotive breakdown segments.

Out today on Beatport.

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Having already crammed remix duties for Cicada’s ‘Over & Over’ for the final hurdle of 2012, Aussie duo Denzal Park return to Cr2 Records to follow-up the Swedish House Mafia approved ‘Nammos’. Off the back of its regrettably underrated predecessor, ‘Scorpio’ fuses a firm wave of melodic progressions into an overall beefier sound scope of wobbling leads and stubborn Electro beats. Without completely removing the melodic substance that has given them such momentum over the past year, this adrenaline-fuelled track shows the dexterous duo in a positive light for their climatic sweep into the New Year.

‘Scorpio’s out today on Beatport.

Having already crammed remix duties for Cicada’s ‘Over & Over’ for the final hurdle of 2012, Aussie duo Denzal Park return to Cr2 Records to follow-up the Swedish House Mafia approved ‘Nammos’. Off the back of its regrettably underrated predecessor, ‘Scorpio’ fuses a firm wave of melodic progressions into an overall beefier sound scope of wobbling leads and stubborn Electro beats. Without completely removing the melodic substance that has given them such momentum over the past year, this adrenaline-fuelled track shows the dexterous duo in a positive light for their climatic sweep into the New Year.

Out December 14th.

With festival cuts at an all time high in popularity for 2012, aspiring Aussie club barons Denzal Park drop in on Cr2 Records to take on the handywork of MYNC’s latest vocal single.

Rife with the strong peak time mannerisms that have ornamented their recent industry ascent, ‘No Place Like Home’ is given a strong lick of melodic style to turn the vocal offering into a collection of ‘hands-in-the-air’ moments. Far more efficient than the stadiumesque original in terms of consistent energy, the evocative synth work and apexes of this remix mark a familiar dot on the young duos strong studio output for 2012.

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Words by Dan Carter

With festival cuts at an all time high in popularity for 2012, aspiring Aussie club barons Denzal Park drop in on Cr2 Records to take on the handywork of MYNC’s latest vocal single.

Rife with the strong peak time mannerisms that have ornamented their recent industry ascent, ‘No Place Like Home’ is given a strong lick of melodic style to turn the vocal offering into a collection of ‘hands-in-the-air’ moments. Far more efficient than the stadiumesque original in terms of consistent energy, the evocative synth work and apexes of this remix mark a familiar dot on the young duos strong studio output for 2012.

‘No Place Like Home’ will be released August 6.

Words by Dan Carter

Over the past several years, Amanda Wilson’s unremitting voice has become something of a hot property amid Electronic Dance Music. Newcastle’s Felix Leiter was well aware of this, but having acquired her talents to ‘Dancin Dancin (You’re In Love)’, Aussie Electro gems Denzal Park leap in to bring home a remix of heavyset properties. Building a strong canvas of strong lead work around Wilson’s familiar vocal assets, their rigid formula for grinding Electro with a melodic twist remains as overtly impressive as ever. With a further take on Avalanche City on the way, Kam Denny and Paul Zala make up for the notable lack of original material this year with yet another solid remix offering.

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Felix Leiter feat. Amanda Wilson – Dancin Dancin (You’re In Love) (Denzal Park Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

Following on from the notable reign of last year’s Swedish House Mafia approved outing ‘Nammos’, fast-rising Australian duo Denzal Park don a fresh shift in sound for their return to Neon Records ‘Amarok’. Still relishing in the energy that their remix duties for Tune in Tokyo’s ‘Ray Of Love’ mustered, their second stab at 2012 wonders from their comfort zone to don a significantly Trance orientated sound scope to their latest original release. Still rife with soulful appeal and an undertone of ferocious beat work, their tangible euphoria and well-oiled synths marks yet another reason for Australia to be bragging of its quality collective of Electronic Dance Music talents.

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N.B. Track starts at 0:30.

Words by Dan Carter

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