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Skytech - What's Wrong / Lights Out

August 08, 2012
Coldharbour's resident Polish son Mateusz Dziewulski is back on fine form with his next double E.P. Under his Skytech guise, he has produced many anthems over the past few years, and leading track What's Wrong is set to shake the foundations of every summer festival and Ibiza occasion in grand fashion.

Coldharbour's resident Polish son Mateusz Dziewulski is back on fine form with his next double E.P. Under his Skytech guise, he has produced many anthems over the past few years, and leading track What's Wrong is set to shake the foundations of every summer festival and Ibiza occasion in grand fashion.

What's Wrong comes in two versions - the original which lit up the opening episode of the 2012 Global DJ Broadcast Ibiza Summer Sessions season, and the stadium mix, which has been colossal in Markus Schulz's livesets since its debut at A State of Trance 550 in Den Bosch. The stadium mix also proved to be one of the highlights of Armin van Buuren's set, as the ASOT Invasion touched down at the home UK edition of the world famous Global Gathering festival.

B-Side Lights Out is much in the same vein as its bigger brother, with a typically powerful Skytech lead in play, and a dirty bassline to hook the listener in immediately. Debuted by Mateusz himself during the annual Coldharbour Day celebrations, this is one that is set to catch fire throughout the remainder of the summer.

Keplar quality