Lost & Found is the sublabel of John Digweed's Bedrock Recordings; but you already knew that, so Guy Mantzur and Sahar Z need no introduction. Stalwarts of the label, the Tel Aviv based producers return with more finely tuned progressive house for sublime peak time moments yet again. Only this time they're given the suitable remix treatment, but dont worry; these recruits are equally in harmony with their sound. Take the Agents Of Time remix of "Small Heart Attack" which totally nails that in vogue prog sound so perfectly. Fellow countryman Guy J steps up to remix it too and delivers the goods as always with another sleek and slinky dancefloor detonator. Let's not forget Robert Babicz remix of "Our Foggy Trips", the veteran delivers a truly immaculate rework.
Hamburg's Diynamic are back with some pretty fierce tracks on Four To The Floor 06, quite a departure from the label's usual deep house sound. Pig&Dan's "Growler" is a storming peak time techno weapon with a furious beat, slamming synth stabs and a big drop: all you need really. Israeli progressive house hero Guy Mantzur appears too with "Trees Of Eden" which goes more for the Life & Death style moody and melodic journey track style. Brazil's ANNA serves up a driving, tunnelling and restrained groove on cruise control with "Odd Concept" while Jonas Rathsman serves up one of the most epic arpeggiations of the year on his monster "Cobalt".
Prog legend Warren and momentum-blazing Israeli trooper Mantzur collide to create an ultimately euphoric groove that swoons with big, breathy chord changes that wouldn't have gone amiss in the late 90s. With well-oiled drums "Sad Robot" chugs into the never-never with breezy abandon. For a slipperier, more linear twist head for Musumeci's remix where the chords remain but are delivered with leaner dynamics. Electrifying enough to jolt any sad robot out of depression, you'll be hearing this a lot throughout the summer.
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