Wednesday, 18 January 2012

The Composer is Dead!

Just thought I would do a small post about a track that has come out recently and awesome!

The first supreme cut comes to us courtesy of Poker Flat, Steve Bugs label. Martin Landsky is probably best known for his remixes. He has crafted an Oxia-esque remix of Robert Owens and Mark Romboy's "I Need", a typical 2005 "minimal tech house" take on Booka Shade and Mark Romboy's "Everyday of My Life", and recently an absolute smasher of a remix of John Tejada's "Sweat (On The Walls)".

Much of his output has been for Poker Flat, so it is no surprise that his new track "The Composer" is the second release of the new year for the prominent label. The track itself is sure to be a first quarter hit on dance floors around the world. It has all the necessary ingredients: a catchy yet slightly dissonant filtered synth melody with just the slightest hint of acid, a simple spoken vocal line proclaiming ostentatiously that "The Composer is Dead". But above all else, it has a simple yet hypnotically effective groove that is guaranteed to get people out of their chairs and onto the floor. Also included is a chunkier Sasse remix, as well as a dub version.

Martin Landsky - The Composer (Poker Flat)

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