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Subliminal regular Antranig takes on remix duties for Shawnee Taylor to lay down an enchanting remix of her latest single alongside Sympho Nympho, ‘Colors’. With a résumé that boasts recurrent plays from the likes of Swedish House Mafia, the hotly tipped New York resident continues his studio output of bouncy drum-driven cuts with a freshly released 21st installment off camp Subliminal. Utilizing the familiar and sinewy voice of Ms. Taylor, Antranig Kasbarian gives the original a heavier-set remodel, featuring a distinctive concoction of blistering drum work, acid-esque leads and stiff vocal chants.

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Shawnee Taylor feat. Sympho Nympho – Colors (Antranig Remix)

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From his part in the Reel to Real 80’s classic ‘I Like To Move It’ to donning his superior club insight to British newspaper The Sun, Erick Morillo has remained an integral part of what makes modern House music exciting. Under the guise of Subliminal Records and off the back of another steady residency at Pacha Ibiza for 2011, the New Year promised further forceful floor play with the announcement of his latest project alongside longstanding label family Jose Nunez and Harry Romero as Sympho Nympho.

In an extension of his groundbreaking approach to larger-than-life club outings, British X Factor winner turned Syco superstar Alexandra Burke joins the cast of Subliminal’s finest for an epic outing of big room beats and swelling synth play for one of the New Year’s loudest premieres to date. With her well-tuned vocal stylings being lapped up by millions following the tracks exclusive play on Pete Tong’s essential selection, this fitting crossover of British pop and global House antics suggests Morillo’s unique hold on the genre has not slipped over the past decade.

Alexandra Burke feat. Erick Morillo – Elephant (Sympho Nympho Remix) [Sony Music] – iTunes Link

Alexandra Burke feat. Erick Morillo – Elephant (Sympho Nympho Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

Having already forged three imminent summer anthems under their profound collaborative guise, Colombian House cartel turned global genre ambassador Erick Morillo and his like minded German peer Eddie Thoneick return to the new year for a highly anticipated fourth round of their undisputed reign on ecstatic EDM cuts. Never a duo to take an agile approach to vocal duties, ex-Skunk Anansie mouthpiece turned singer/songwriter Skin can be found filling the void usually taken by that of Shawnee Taylor for their inaugural outing for 2012. Originally premiered on Pete Tong’s Essential Selection, the familiar key work and rising synth leads that have struck such promising notes for their past exploits are accompanied by Skin’s diversely exotic yet surprisingly convergent melodic stylings to mark a winning formula for the first solid vocal anthem of the new year.

With Subliminal peers Jose Nunez and Harry Romero joining Erick Morillo under their new-forged big room guise of Sympho Nympho, the original is given a further injection of peak time energy and vivacious synth work to mark an invaluable extension of Skin’s induction to the club floor. In a turn for the unexpected, the daring duo ditch the cringe worthy urban crossovers to indulge in a genuinely game changing voice capable of raising the hairs on your back amid what is easily their most distinctive outing to date.

Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Skin – If This Ain’t Love (Incl. Sympho Nympho Remix) [Subliminal Records] – iTunes Link
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Erick Morillo & Eddie Thoneick feat. Skin – If This Ain’t Love (Sympho Nympho Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

From his part in the Reel to Real 80’s classic ‘I Like To Move It’ to donning his superior club insight to British newspaper The Sun, Erick Morillo has remained an integral part of what makes modern House music exciting. Under the guise of Subliminal Records and off the back of another steady residency at Pacha Ibiza for 2011, the New Year promised further forceful floor play with the announcement of his latest project alongside longstanding label family Jose Nunez and Harry Romero as Sympho Nympho. In an extension of his groundbreaking approach to larger-than-life club outings, British X Factor winner turned Syco superstar Alexandra Burke joins the cast of Subliminal’s finest for an epic outing of big room beats and swelling synth play for one of the New Year’s loudest premieres to date. With her well-tuned vocal stylings being lapped up by millions following the tracks exclusive preview on Pete Tong’s essential selection, this fitting crossover of British pop and global House antics suggests Morillo’s unique hold on the genre has not slipped over the past decade.

‘Elephant’ is released March 11th.

Words by Dan Carter

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