#PRO003: Javier Almijo - The wrong way

by Proposal

RELEASE DATE: 2014-01-07
SELLO: Proposal
CATÁLOGO: #PRO003

Proposal Records bet on his third release on one of the guys behind the label. Javier Almijo, musician, producer, dj a really musical lover who gives us his first original tracks to make a complete EP inside the palette of Proposal. " The wrong way " , with 2 original tracks and one Dub edit, undoubtably are focused to the nightclubs. The original track who gives the name to the Ep, " The wrong way " is an exquisite deep-tech house track , full of energy, that drives us along the track with sweet stabs, dark synths and vocals. " The wrong Dub " is a darker edit from the original, tech-house based style, more focused on a solid groove, and a big bass-line who wants to be played at a good club speaker system! To close the release, " Chicago bar " bring us a little portion of the America's windy city. Classic and electric pianos, fat synths, house basses, voices recorded live from Chicago people elements that make a rhythmic cockail that don't stop to surprise along the track. An EP that shows us the music skills of Javier Almijo, and makes me think if he is on the wrong, or on the good way ?

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RELEASE DATE: 2014-01-07
SELLO: Proposal
CATÁLOGO: #PRO003

Proposal Records bet on his third release on one of the guys behind the label. Javier Almijo, musician, producer, dj a really musical lover who gives us his first original tracks to make a complete EP inside the palette of Proposal. " The wrong way " , with 2 original tracks and one Dub edit, undoubtably are focused to the nightclubs. The original track who gives the name to the Ep, " The wrong way " is an exquisite deep-tech house track , full of energy, that drives us along the track with sweet stabs, dark synths and vocals. " The wrong Dub " is a darker edit from the original, tech-house based style, more focused on a solid groove, and a big bass-line who wants to be played at a good club speaker system! To close the release, " Chicago bar " bring us a little portion of the America's windy city. Classic and electric pianos, fat synths, house basses, voices recorded live from Chicago people elements that make a rhythmic cockail that don't stop to surprise along the track. An EP that shows us the music skills of Javier Almijo, and makes me think if he is on the wrong, or on the good way ?