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Back on remix duty after taking on Kevin Yost’s ‘Persistence‘ for his own, newly launched Lost and Found label, Israeli House asset Guy J puts a bass-heavy twist on Belfast duo Cristior’s latest single, ‘Crystals’. Carrying the distinctly dark hallmarks that we have come to associate with Guy Judah’s musical movements of late, the tough exterior and smooth Electro persuasions of this remix make for a gritty yet melodic endeavour of alternative weight for the multi-faceted producer.

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Israeli House asset Guy Judah, professionally known as Guy J, follows up the release of ‘Lost and Found‘ to take on remix duties for longserving American Kevin Yost in the name of forward-thinking Progressive House.

Swapping his melodic play for a somber yet refreshing, bass-heavy sound, Judah takes a turn for the heavier-set realms of classic Progressive to complement the somewhat ambiguous vocal properties of ‘Persistence’. Where ‘Lost and Found’ marked a successful launch of his new record label with the same name, Guy J’s remix of Kevin Yost’s ‘Persistence’ is the next notch in his ongoing quest to prove why traditional House is still worth pursuing amid the somewhat stateside biased 21st century Electronic music explosion.

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Israeli House asset Guy Judah, professionally known as Guy J, follows up the release of ‘Lost and Found‘ to take on remix duties for longserving American Kevin Yost in the name of forward-thinking Progressive House.

Swapping his dreamy melodic play for a somber yet refreshing, bass-heavy sound, Judah takes a turn for the heavier-set realms of classic Progressive to complement the somewhat ambiguous vocal properties of ‘Persistence’. Where ‘Lost and Found’ marked a successful launch of his new record label with the same name, Guy J’s remix of Kevin Yost’s ‘Persistence’ is the next notch in his ongoing quest to prove why traditional House is still worth pursuing amid the somewhat stateside biased 21st century Electronic music explosion.

Due out September 23.

A potent and versatile force in the European underground by anyone’s standards, Isreali House producer Guy Judah, better known as just Guy J, continues to show no signs of simmering down as he returns to the forefront for the launch his very own record label. With his integrity still intact after six years on the beat and two artist albums for John Digweed’s Bedrock Records under his belt, the release of ‘Lost & Found’ mirrors that of Judah’s affinity for a more comfortable take on electronic music without compromising as far as quality is concerned. As apt for the summer as it is enchanting, ‘Lost & Found’ showcases the same, resonant synths and gracefully orchestrated melodies that Judah has championed throughout his several years-long journey as Tel Aviv’s hottest Electronic music asset.

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Guy J – Lost & Found

The Swedish mastermind behind triumphs like 2Night, the Mirage EPMokba and the remix on Circles lately returns to his fellow Pryda alias for a remix on Guy J and Henry Saiz‘ latest single – Meridian. In celebration to the 100th single release of Bedrock Records, the record label of John Digweed, the man responsible for having championed the underground scene over the past decade is brought in to present a superb making of his. As if not the proceedings of his past are enough to evince the creativeness of Eric Prydz, he now lays his hands on Meridian for a melodious Pryda makeover. Borrowing heavily from the original and its Balearic characteristics, the small but essential tweaks of the newest interpretation of Bedrock’s probably hottest record in 2011 evoke a large amount of euphoria as it arises as a gem for vast venues. Also yet again proving the Midas-like touch of Prydz knows no boundaries, this remix of limitless proportions uncovers the fact that the Swede is pretty much capable of turning any record, old or new, into an undubitable anthem and future classic.

Guy J & Henry Saiz – Meridian (Pryda Remix) [Bedrock Records] – Beatport Link

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The Swedish mastermind behind triumphs like 2Night, the Mirage EP, Mokba and the remix on Circles lately returns to his fellow Pryda alias for a remix on Guy J and Henry Saiz‘ latest single – Meridian. In celebration to the 100th single release of Bedrock Records, the record label of John Digweed, the man responsible for having championed the underground scene over the past decade is brought in to present a beautiful making of his. As if not the proceedings of his past are enough to evince the creativeness of Eric Prydz, he now lays his hands on Meridian for a melodious Pryda makeover. Borrowing heavily from the original and its Balearic characteristics, the small but essential tweaks of the newest interpretation of Bedrock’s probably hottest record in 2011 evoke a large amount of euphoria as it arises as a gem for vast venues. It’s set to release on November 21st, have a listen!

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