Sinisa Tamamovic returns on Sharam’s legendary imprint Yoshitoshi Recordings. This time with two original tracks called Valentina and Confused. ‘Valentina’ is pure tech house groove including a recorded vocal from Sinisa’s tour in Costa Rica. Sinisa got a opportunity to record local kids singing some street rhymes and transfer into his vision and memories of his time in Costa Rica and Latin America.
Anyone familiar with the music of Sinisa Tamamovic knows the man is an expert in techno floor fillers. The tracks here are no exception; Valentina and Confused reside in the world of bold, unrelenting grooves constructed with little more than bass and drums: and they get the job done. The bass lines are distinctly Sinisa; simple, catchy, and mixed exquisitely, they take on a whole new attitude when played on club systems.
Valentina starts things strong, its driving rhythm gaining energy as atmospheres develop and an otherworldly vocal enters, a Latin American street rhyme that gives the track some international flare. Confused is more raw, employing rough drums and ethereal sound effects. Either one will do the trick for peak hours and late nights, and expect to hear these all over the place at WMC 2016.
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Mladen Tomic returns to Night Light Records with three summer techno tracks. The opening song ‘Inside The Bottle’ is more heavier and more focused on a sub baseline. It has a clean techno sound with some of Mladen’s minimal signature parts. The second track on the EP is called ‘Voice Of The Bass’ which leads us into a more driving sound with an intense break; perfect for the hottest moment of your set. The last track ‘Optimus’ is one which Mladen’s sound is recognized for: the funky rolling baseline with some minimal percusion explodes into the perfect summer bomb.
All tracks are already played and supported by Dubfire and tested on many dancefloors. Get ready to hear them around this summer.
Mr. Mladen Tomic hits Deeperfect with two thick slabs of goodness and gets right to the point with the title track, using a sleazy bassline to get things moving and streamlined electronics to hold the vibe down alongside the grooved-out percussion.
“Under The Fool Moon” continues in the same vein and mighty synths make their appearance while manic claps and persistent, yet subtle, riffing provide the momentum.
Mladen Tomic has made a huge remix for Taster Peter on This Is Hot Audio. Don’t miss it.
Amazing remix by Mladen Tomic for Oscar L‘s “Dekay” on Night Light Records is out now. Don’t miss this dancefloor bomb!
Mladen Tomic‘s dj set from gig at Room45 event @ E-Feld, Cologne, Germany is online and available for listening and free download. Enjoy!