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With a slew of releases spanning a number of well-established labels, burgeoning talent Esthetique makes a debut on Pro-B-Tech.
The Original mix of ‘Never Ever’ featuring Djiva is a bewitchingly alluring slice of progressive house, tastefully understated yet not devoid of zeal for the dancefloor. Waves of melancholy sweep the frequency spectrum amidst a vocal, adding a melodious and sultry twist.

Cream & Deep Fog are the first of a trio of remixers. Profoundly atmospheric and respectful of the original, the mix delivers a finely balanced juxtaposition between the inspirative and the deep. The cinematic feel doesn’t go unnoticed and additional melodic elements augment a solid, progressive landscape.

The well-established Alex Vidal is next to take to the studio controls, his remix decidedly more dancefloor focused than it’s predecessors. A dynamic and energetic bed of bass and percussion galvanises the vocal which, in keeping with it’s cohorts, is gracefully retained throughout Vidal’s production.

The qoob Beatless remix is the first transition into wholly contrasting territory. With ambience at it’s hub and bereft of a percussive led groove, the vocals are allowed to shine amidst a powerful bassline and rhythmic artistry, using the vocals in a manner unique to the interpretations that come before.

An instrumental version of the original completes this varied and accomplished package.
We hope you enjoy.

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