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VARIOUS ARTISTS – PRO-B-TECH RECORDS ADE 2015 SHOWCASE ALBUM
Amsterdam Dance Event has become Europe’s leading electronic platform and club festival for many years.
Similar to “Miami Music Conference” the event is held over 1 week and consists various industry music conferences and hosts the best clubbing events you will find in Europe.
Most of the top leading DJs, acts and music industry leading labels / press will be found in Amsterdam in October.
Coinciding with this year event it was fitting to release a showcase album of our new acts and signing to Pro-B-Tech. We carefully selected the artists to be involved to give you a cross section of styles and production qualities to engage the ear drums of most listeners.
Throughout the album you will hear a true blend of progressive, tech house and techno influenced tracks. There’s a unique balance from the smooth to the slick and the more minimal dirty works outs. The mixes and artists have come from far and wide including the UK, Ireland, South America, Mexico and New Zealand to provide an international showcase.
Many of the artists featured will be considered new comers but rather the future breed of electronic artists and producers on Pro-B-Tech. Some are more familiar such as “Tini Tun” from Mexico who has been active figure on the scene for many years. Both “Feed On Digital” (UK) and “In Progress” (Ireland) have been emerging artists over the past few years.
London based “Richard Empire” kicks off the album we a smooth infectious track with vocal snippets whilst we have a darker techno affair from “Pad One”. “Louie Le Fink” (Argentina) has provided a real chunk of tech house fatness , “Sam Ritter” (Tel Aviv) hits us with a more experiment techy groove track , “Nila’s” . Arp Nova takes on a deeper journey and we also have the more house driven sounds of “Matt Black” (Manchester ) plus a very unique vocal track from Gabi M.
We have also included two new exclusive bonus remixes of the club classic “And Then The Rain Falls” by Blue Amazon. Decoded Mags “Real Gone Kid” has provided elegant and truly progressive re work of the classic. The 2nd mix comes from “Argentina’s “Hernan Serrao” who also an active figure across south America. Herman’s mix in a more driving proggy affair whilst retaining the theme of the original.
On a whole a gross breed of tracks and artists to enter your club sets and radio for coming months.
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