Review: Colombian producer Karlo Sanclemente is up next on Particles, with some sleek progressive house executions on the Eva EP. This follows up some great ones on Parquet Recordings and Perspectives Digital. While the title track will entrance you with its slinky and euphoric vibe, it's all about Imran Khan's emotive and hypnotic rework up next - which gets properly deep in the process. Likewise, the tribal house workout of "Antila' gets a brilliant rendition by Buenos Aires' Nicolas Rada - who is fresh off a collaboration with legend Nick Warren - his version ventures deeper into atmospheric territory.
Review: Colomban producer Kamilo Sanclemente is up next on the always reliable Auditen imprint out of Buenos Aires. Guhus, Lio Q, Dynacom and Juan Astudillo have all flaunted their impressive wares for the imprint in recent times - and this Cali based producer is right at home on this fledgling label too. From the tunnelling mental groove of "Mensae" that will have you trancing out under that strobe light, to the evocative dancefloor journey of "Hidden Thoughts" and the slinky tech house of "Secret Garden" - which reaches near tribal moments within its intensity. Bear witness to the new garde of the progressive house sound here.