MYR kicks off 2018 in great fashion with a stellar EP from label boss Goeran Meyer. It is bolstered by remixes from Fallen, Kaiser Waldon and Discase.
Having first fallen for techno thanks to the famous Love Parade, Goeran Meyer has gone on to carve out his own unique sonic niche. Fluent in the art of the deep, his musical style shows great versatility allowing him to craft his sound in any way giving his listeners the approach they need to feel the emotional content which drives his productions so strongly. He applies this same understanding to the label land has made it a young but impressive one as a result. The latest transmission from his studio is another winner and could well be the label’s biggest yet.
Entitled ‘Walking Distance’ it features a groovefilled blend of crunchy, warm drums, punchy driven bass and unexpected turns at every corner as subtle releases of climactic filtering and effects take centre stage. They help bring together the big drops that make this track one that stands out at every stage.
First to remix is Fallen, a South African based DJ and producer who has released on Sleepwalker Records among others. His version is lush and melodic, with real drama and tension in the twinkling keys and broad chords. As they build you can’t help but swell with emotion.
Sydney’s emerging main room house man Kaiser Waldon then steps up. With musical influences across the spectrum, he manages to craft new, moving experiences for the entire dance floor. His version is a perfectly swung house track with long legged drums, swirling pads and a colourful house party atmosphere filled with soul.
Last of all is Discase, a German producer who is on the cusp of breaking through. He mixes up deep and tech house vibes in crowd pleasing ways. His version is deep and broody, with moody bass and chattering claps all taking you late into the night. With Goeran`s Walking Distance EP, 2018 already looks set to be a big step towards the label’s continual success.