In the Traxsource Weekend Weapons, Essential Deep and Hype Charts, December 2021
“Very nice this…”
FINEST WEAR (LARGE MUSIC / NORDIC TRAX)
“Love both mixes!”
SATOSHI FUMI (BEDROCK / SIMMA BLACK)
PHAZE DEE (PIV RECORDS / MOULTON MUSIC)
“Both tracks are dope! Full support!”
BERTRAND DUPART (STRICTLY RHYTHM / LO.RISE / SPACE BREAKS)
“A top notch late night gem”
SPIRIT OF HOUSE (REVIEWS)
“Nice deep vibes”
CHEMARS (GINKGO MUSIC / HENRY STREET)
The 116th release on Adaptation Music sees the combination of two of the label’s top in-house artists, Tom Conrad & Yan Gordo who deliver a fusion of deep house, deep tech, progressive house and the Balearic sound in the form of ‘Balearic Skies’ which is remixed by the brilliant Forteba, who we are very proud to finally have on the label.
One of Tom’s favourite producers of the last decade, Forteba, produces a sublime atmospheric and hypnotic deep house rework in his signature style with a classy bass line which builds throughout and leaves you wanting more. Certainly not one to miss! Tom & Yan’s original version is a sophisticated peak time multi layered fusion of atmospheric pads, chords, bass lines with a cross genre appeal from anyone into deep house, progressive house, deep tech and believe it or not both mixes would also work in a laidback Cafe Del Mar-esque setting.
Hungarian producer Forteba has been producing a mix of dreamy and driving German inspired deep house music since his late teenage years and has been a mainstay on the likes of the mighty Plastic City and numerous other labels, whilst also recording under various other aliases in different genres in his own right and alongside his close producer friends.
Track written, arranged and produced by Tom Conrad & Yan Gordo.
Remix and additional production by Forteba.
(c) 2021 Adaptation Music
(p) 2021 Adaptation Music
20 December 2021 tomconrad Uncategorized Balearic, Balearic Skies, Deep House, Deep Tech, Deep Vibes, Essential Deep, Forteba, Hype Chart, Progressive House, Skies, Tom Conrad, Traxsource, Weekend Weapons, Yan Gordo