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letthemusicplay - Waves

May 16, 2012

A new sensation has struck dance land. The Letthemusicplay project might be covered in mystery, but they let their music do the talking. Shortly after their debut track 'Space', they hit it off with another winner: 'Waves'.

'Waves' definitely has some stories to tell. A hypnotizing tune, with waves of melody rushing in, takes over as soon as the first note has landed. A genuine mix of progressive, house and a twist of tech-house. 'Waves' balances diversity, to perfect level.

Scottish producer Akira Kiteshi stirs it with some fine dnb, French wizard Alex Gopher makes it ride some incredible, mesmerizing synths and last but not least on these remix-duties, is the renowned RAC collective, making sure 'Waves' rides a funky feel-good sound.

Keplar quality