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Editor Odisseas Panierakis

Oliver Schories - Artik EP

4.0/5.0

Tracklisting:
1) Oliver Schories - Artik (Editor’s Pick)
2) Oliver Schories - Artik (Marc DePulse Edition)
3) Oliver Schories - Artik (Third Son Edition)
4) Oliver Schories - Artik (Atapy Edition)

'Let my heart be still a moment and this mystery explore;
'Tis the wind and nothing more!'

Chapter 24 is back with a fine new story in sound from Oliver Schories. The German producer serves up one standout original and then gets remixed in great style by Marc DePulse, Third Son and Atapy.

Artik EP

Oliver Schories - Artik EP

Release Title: 
Artik EP
Release Date: 
Fri 26 Aug 2016
Cat No: 
CH020
Music Style: 

Tracklisting:
1) Oliver Schories - Artik (Editor’s Pick)
2) Oliver Schories - Artik (Marc DePulse Edition)
3) Oliver Schories - Artik (Third Son Edition)
4) Oliver Schories - Artik (Atapy Edition)

'Let my heart be still a moment and this mystery explore;
'Tis the wind and nothing more!'

Chapter 24 is back with a fine new story in sound from Oliver Schories. The German producer serves up one standout original and then gets remixed in great style by Marc DePulse, Third Son and Atapy.

The Hamburg man is well known for his quality house and stripped back minimal sounds. He plays at some of the best clubs in Europe and has released on Parquet, Steyoyoke, Darkroom Dubs, his own label SOSO and many more. He impresses once again here with Artik, which is a broody cut with dark bass underpinning an arching groove. Subtle synth patterns flesh it out and spooky vocals really add an air of intrigue.

Marc DePulse then strips it back to make it a deep and dubby roller that really gets under your skin. The fast-rising Third Son comes good once more with eight minutes of deep and spine tingling tech complete with starry melodies and big hi hat ringlets. Lastly, Romanian Atapy finishes things off in style with another spacious, warm and rolling cut that is deep and delicious.

'On the morrow he will leave me, as my hopes have flown before.
Then the bird said, "Nevermore."'