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TURNING BACK FEAT. AMBER LONG

Namespace —  2015 / 4 Tracks / Pro B Tech Music / PBT031
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    01. Namespace-Ft-Amber-Long-Turning-Back-VOX
    NameSpace, Amber Long,

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    02. Namespace-Ft-Amber-Long-Turning-Back-DUB
    NameSpace, Amber Long,

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    03. NameSpace-Ft-Amber-Long-Turning-Back-(Ian-Dillon-Remix)
    Ian Dillon

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    04. NameSpace-Ft-Amber-Long-Turning-Back-(Robert-Mason-Remix)
    ROBERT MASON

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TURNING BACK FEAT. AMBER LONG – NAMESPACE

Namespace are back on Pro B Tech records with a fantastic transatlantic collaboration.

Already known for their classy productions which have been circulating across the scene for some time they have become a very respected prospect and an artist to go to for many.

Featured on this release is the very talented Toronto based Amber Long. What can you say about this lady? She’s a vocalist, DJ, music producer and also a writer for likes of Decoded Magazine.

Her recent exploits have excited us with her collaboration with artist Tim Penna and her vocal contribution on this release doesn’t disappoint.

The original & dub versions are very reflective of the Progressive House Namespace sound. Super clean quality produced affective soundscapes. Very mood driven without being too dark and retaining an element of bounce in the groove.

On remix is duties is the raising talents of UK based DJ / Producer Ian Dillon and Robert Mason.

Ian Dillon takes the moodiness from the original and morphs it into a unique nubbier Tech House affair. If you are familiar with Ian’s productions you will have come to expect saw ripping driven synthesis .
This mix is slightly different and quite reminiscent of some of the spacier esque mixes that would have been played in NY sound factory.

Robert Mason also from Toronto has delivered a more driving energetic mix with a great growling bassline. It’s a warm transient mix with great bottom end definition and dynamic intensity in the break down.

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    01. Namespace-Ft-Amber-Long-Turning-Back-VOX
    NameSpace, Amber Long,

    1.29
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    02. Namespace-Ft-Amber-Long-Turning-Back-DUB
    NameSpace, Amber Long,

    1.29
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    03. NameSpace-Ft-Amber-Long-Turning-Back-(Ian-Dillon-Remix)
    Ian Dillon

    1.29
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    04. NameSpace-Ft-Amber-Long-Turning-Back-(Robert-Mason-Remix)
    ROBERT MASON

    1.29
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    01. TILT - Make You High - Featuring Natasha Cadman
    TILT, Natasha Cadman

    1.29
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    02. TILT - 30 Hits Of Acid Ft. G-Man
    TILT, G-Man

    1.29
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    03. TILT - Analogue Slide
    TILT

    1.29
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    04. TILT - Falling Again - Featurning Dominiqe Atkins
    TILT, Dominiqe Atkins

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    05. TILT - Here Is Not Now - Featuring Sam Mollison
    TILT, Sam Mollison

    1.29
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    06. TILT - Kiss Magnetic
    TILT

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    07. TILT - KU
    TILT

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    08. TILT - Northern Heavy
    TILT

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    09. TILT - Resonator
    TILT

    1.29
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    10. TILT - The Hurt - Featuring Sam Mollison
    TILT, Sam Mollison

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