April 20, 2013
Back with more dance floor weapons, One Records bring you Alex Arnout and ‘One Nation’ featuring the legendary Tyree Cooper. Killer remixes come courtesy of Cocoon and Cadenza favourite Argy, Dame Music’s Bloody Mary and Back To Basics resident Tristan Da Cunha.
Dogmatik boss Alex Arnout has been a firm staple in the One Records crew since the huge hit ‘Vanishing Point’ was released on the label back in 2011. For this next venture on One he offers a true slice of Chicago house featuring the Midwest favourite Tyree Cooper. An absolute hero for Alex and label heads Subb-an and Adam Shelton since they first heard his seminal tracks including ‘Turn Up The Bass’ and ‘Move Your Body’, they all jumped at the chance of having him involved in the release. With a punching beat and deep chords holding the rhythm, melodic keys soon creep into the foreground, complimented perfectly by Cooper’s sensational voice.
Originally from Greece, first class DJ and producer Argy takes the reins for the first remix, offering a peak time house bomb like only he can. A firm favourite in the One Records camp yet making her first appearance on the label, Bloody Mary twists ‘One Nation’ with her sultry edge. Dark and hypnotic, she uses her own voice with added synths and a deep dose of acid. Keeping it in the family, house head Tristan Da Cunha delivers a remix to be released as a digital only. He strips it back with raw garage-esque beats and a rolling groove.
With a string of successful releases and a hectic touring schedule already in place, Alex is soon to launch his new record label Convert alongside his existing Dogmatik imprint. Watch out for the first release featuring his new vocalist Tempo O’Neill called ‘Alex Arnout Presents Project 16’.
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