DNS Project feat. Madelin Zero - Another Day / RedeemerCLHR122 - August 8th, 2011
Estonia's Rene Pais has been one of the championed names on Coldharbour Recordings throughout 2011. Following on from remixing Mr. Pit's iconic Shana for Coldharbour 100, he was part of the label's opening foray into the new year with the release of Second Chapter. Rene followed that up with work on Markus Schulz's Do You Dream Remixed CD, putting his take on the final track from that particular album, Goodbye.
However, it was his contribution to Markus' Prague '11 compilation which has lead to one of the most anticipated releases of the summer.
Featuring the vocals of Madelin Zero, Another Day has grown to become one of those memorable singalong moments presented through the Coldharbour label. With Markus' own Big Room Reconstruction being made available due to its extensive play on Global DJ Broadcast and A State of Sundays, it compliments the original and dub versions of Rene's work. A beautiful melodic journey and a sublime effort from Madelin are there for all to hear.
On remix duty for another day is one of the breakout producers of 2011. Hailing from Medellin in Colombia, KhoMha's productions and remixes have fuelled Markus' livesets all year round. Even though he received the remix only two hours before his special seven hour solo set at London's Ministry of Sound back in June, it didn't deter Markus from giving the sold out crowd an unexpected treat. It has gone on to become a big anthem in his livesets, with plays at Pacha in New York, Space in Miami, Ruby Skye in San Francisco and the Global Gatherings of Gdansk, Kiev and St. Petersburg to name a few.
Last but not least, Rene swings back into action with a beautiful instrumental effort which has also made its way into Markus' liveset rotation. Boasting that typical driving DNS Project bassline and lead we've become accustomed to, Redeemer provides a very strong supplement that will work perfectly in many studio and livesets.
Prepared specifically for the summer season, one of the big Coldharbour offerings in 2011 has landed.