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Fresh off the heels of an early 2013 remodel of her Leventina collaboration “Elements”, melodic Swiss outfit Dinka maintains the lions share of her country’s club-savvy pride with a four-track offering for Unreleased Digital. Descending from the upfront progressive stylings of “Never Let Go” through to diligent down-tempo offering “Spring Valley”, each track embodies the emotive edge and divine melodic aptitude that have made Dinka an essential asset to Switzerland’s promising talent pool. In an eclectic display of club fuel from across the industry drawing board, this modern house seamstress drops the upfront vocal aptitude in the name of outspoken euphoria and a well-rounded view of the modern industry skyline.

Out today on Beatport.

Words by Dan Carter

Led by the renowned studio dexterity of Christian Hirt, Swiss duo Leventina return for their 26th release on Sirup Music offshoot Unreleased Digital with ‘Glorious’. Sporting an array of synthesised leads and systematic vocal spots, Leventina’s initial launch into ‘Glorious’ is one of anthemic builds, comfortably placing it amid the realms of 2012’s influx of modern Progressive House. Rich in melodic play and their signature peak-time consistency, there is something distinctly untouchable about ‘Glorious’ and the heights attained by their knack for taking the familiar and making it their own.

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As the inspired leading lady of a more traditional take on Progressive House music, Switzerland’s Tamara Hunkeler, better known to the world as Dinka, returns to Unreleased Digital to present the two-track follow-up EP to ‘Innocence‘.

Where title track ‘Polarity’ leads with a showcase of her own take on the increasingly popular fusion of energetic Progressive House and euphoric Trance, B-side ‘America’ goes in the same vein as the more ambient stylings we have come to associate with her Dinka moniker and rounds off the EP with her soothing flows of melodic bliss.

The ‘Polarity’ EP will be released on October 8.

00:00 – Polarity
02:22 – America

Fast rising Swiss hopefuls and Helvetic Nerds offshoot Leventina return to the promised land of hotly tipped Electro House contenders with the follow-up to their ‘We’re Gonna Start’ EP for Unreleased Digital, ‘Right or Wrong’. Forging a blissfully melodic canvas of distant leads alongside an inherently emotive top line, Leventina get the balance between radio friendly vocals and consistently solid floor fuel almost spot on. While their overall approach may be a familiar one amid the current digital market, their promising production values remains further testament to this promising duo making affirmative noise from the Swiss underground.

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Leventina – Right Or Wrong

Words by Dan Carter

Fast rising Swiss hopefuls and Helvetic Nerds offshoot Leventina return to the promised land of hotly tipped Electro House contenders with the follow-up to their ‘We’re Gonna Start’ EP for Unreleased Digital, ‘Right or Wrong’. Forging a blissfully melodic canvas of distant leads alongside an inherently emotive top line, Leventina get the balance between radio friendly vocals and consistently solid floor fuel almost spot on. While their overall approach may be a familiar one amid the current digital market, their promising production values remains further testament to this promising duo making affirmative noise from the Swiss underground.

‘Right Or Wrong’ will be released on June 11th.

Leventina – Right Or Wrong

Words by Dan Carter

As the inspired leading lady behind an inherently ambient movement in Progressive House music, Switzerland’s Tamara Hunkeler has certainly turned some heads with her melodically refined studio work of late. Taking the renowned LA beachfront as the stimulus for the headliner of her next musical manoeuvre, ‘Venice Beach’ is most certainly in tune with its infamous chill factor.

From the outset of its ambient array of chord progressions, Dinka leads with solid melodic progressions rather than atypical club fuel to deliver a superior piece of Electronic music aptly catered for the sun kissed summer season. Proving substance over style with the aid of her own delicate vocal work, Dinka returns ahead of the game once again and shows little sign of being beaten at the emotively tuned tracks she has come to specialise in. Add the downright divine lead work of ‘Elevation’, ‘Toes in the Sand’s unique concoction of bird twitter and heartfelt chords as well as two seductive downtempo cuts, and Dinka’s ‘Innocence EP’ is unquestionably her most emotive offering to date.

Dinka – Innocence EP [Unreleased Digital] – Beatport Link

Dinka – Venice Beach
Dinka – Elevation / Magnolia
Dinka – Toes In The Sand
Dinka – Innocence

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As the inspired leading lady behind an inherently ambient movement in Progressive House music, Switzerland’s Tamara Hunkeler has certainly turned some heads with her melodically refined studio work of late. Taking the renowned LA beachfront as the stimulus of her next musical manoeuvre, ‘Venice Beach’ is most certainly in tune with its infamous chill factor.

From the outset of its ambient array of chord progressions, Dinka leads with solid melodic progressions rather than atypical club fuel to deliver a superior piece of Electronic music aptly catered for the sun kissed summer season. Proving substance over style with the aid of her own delicate vocal work, Dinka returns ahead of the game once again and shows little sign of being beaten at the emotively tuned tracks she has come to specialise in.

‘Venice Beach’ is released on April 30 via Unreleased Digital.

Dinka – Venice Beach

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Words by Dan Carter

Established as a goddess amid Progressive House music’s extended ranks, the swelling melodies and down tempo turns of Swiss tune seamstress Dinka have been ticking the right boxes for a long time. With trademarked harmony and soothing flows of melodic bliss, the highly anticipated follow-up to ‘Skyscraper‘ continues this overly extended honeymoon period of Tamara Hunkeler’s recording career. Fusing a captivating vocal styling to the reassuringly steady Progressive grooves that do not so much build up to an anthem as play out in an upwards spiral of middle-ground club musings, her return shows as much promising style and charisma as last years impressive offering. As the promise of her fourth artist album looms on the approach to 2012, ‘Here I Am’ is a promising nod to the future for this truly remarkable force in Electronic Dance music.

Dinka – Here I Am [Unreleased Digital] – Beatport Link

Dinka – Here I Am

Words by Dan Carter

Established as a goddess amid Progressive House music’s extended ranks, the swelling melodies and down tempo turns of Swiss tune seamstress Dinka have been ticking the right boxes for a long time. With trademarked harmony and soothing flows of melodic bliss, the highly anticipated follow-up to Skyscraper continues this overly extended honeymoon period of Tamara Hunkeler’s recording career. As the promise of her fourth artist album looms on the approach to 2012, Here I Am is a promising nod to the future for this truly remarkable force in Electronic Dance music.

‘Here I Am’ is released February 17th via Unreleased Digital.

Words by Dan Carter

Coming on the heels of George F Zimmer’s three-piece One Last Dance EP announcing his final goodbye after years of serving the melodic face of progressive house music loyally, Unreleased Digital welcomes, yet again, the Swiss Tamara Hunkeler, better known as Dinka, to follow the recent single release of Reach For Me, one of the singles off her third artist album, ”Tales Of The Sun”. Having the glorious Violet EP, followed by a tremendous remix from Inpetto, still paving her advancement as one of the core characters within the gorgeous sounds of modern-day smooth House music. Out now is a single suitable to grace and embrace any boiling hot Summer day on the beach with its emotionality, mysteriously beautiful vocals and symphonic touch.

Dinka – Skyscraper [Unreleased Digital] – Beatport Link

/Anton

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