Subotika releases 'Prozivka' via the Motech Records imprint

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Subotika releases 'Prozivka' via the Motech Records imprint

Taken from Subotika’s ‘Panonija’ album, ‘Prozivka’ now gets the remix treatment from France’s Oniris and label head, DJ 3000. The Balkan duo of Subotika have been gathering recognition via their releases for this Detroit label with 6 EPs, several remixes, compilation inclusions and culminating in their debut album, released at the end of 2014. The original version of ‘Prozivka’ is a tale of two halves, with its playful tribal sound interlaced with spaced-out minimal segments before the beats kick in once more. Oniris, who has seen releases on the likes of Bedrock, KMS and Traum Schallplatten works his magic on ‘Prozivka’ to deliver a tough tribal house progression that’s sure to please both main room DJs and dancers alike. DJ 3000, meanwhile, uses his Motor City talents to take ‘Prozivka’ down a deeper route with fine housey stabs, grooving beats and a funkier melody to close this diverse snapshot of Subotika’s world. Heavily influenced by the sounds of Detroit innovators Underground Resistance and Red Planet, Subotika made their connection to the Detroit lifeline through Franki Juncaj aka DJ 3000. Through this recent connection, Subotika breaks through the formulaic "Detroit-as-inspiration" sound and leaves us with visions of a sound both past and present. Subotika's alignment with Motech Records proves again that music transcends most barriers in our lives. More important than our ethnic, economic or political allegiances is our ability to feel rhythm. Not only to feel that rhythm, but to be able to tap into it and fully understand what each other is trying to say even though our native tongues build walls between us. As the Motech family grows, there is no need for words, because we speak your language and you speak ours. Tracklisting; 1. PROZIVKA (ORIGINAL MIX) 2. PROZIVKA (ONIRIS REMIX) 3. PROZIVKA (DJ 3000 REMIX)

Taken from Subotika’s ‘Panonija’ album, ‘Prozivka’ now gets the remix treatment from France’s Oniris and label head, DJ 3000. The Balkan duo of Subotika have been gathering recognition via their releases for this Detroit label with 6 EPs, several remixes, compilation inclusions and culminating in their debut album, released at the end of 2014. The original version of ‘Prozivka’ is a tale of two halves, with its playful tribal sound interlaced with spaced-out minimal segments before the beats kick in once more. Oniris, who has seen releases on the likes of Bedrock, KMS and Traum Schallplatten works his magic on ‘Prozivka’ to deliver a tough tribal house progression that’s sure to please both main room DJs and dancers alike. DJ 3000, meanwhile, uses his Motor City talents to take ‘Prozivka’ down a deeper route with fine housey stabs, grooving beats and a funkier melody to close this diverse snapshot of Subotika’s world. Heavily influenced by the sounds of Detroit innovators Underground Resistance and Red Planet, Subotika made their connection to the Detroit lifeline through Franki Juncaj aka DJ 3000. Through this recent connection, Subotika breaks through the formulaic "Detroit-as-inspiration" sound and leaves us with visions of a sound both past and present. Subotika's alignment with Motech Records proves again that music transcends most barriers in our lives. More important than our ethnic, economic or political allegiances is our ability to feel rhythm. Not only to feel that rhythm, but to be able to tap into it and fully understand what each other is trying to say even though our native tongues build walls between us. As the Motech family grows, there is no need for words, because we speak your language and you speak ours. Tracklisting; 1. PROZIVKA (ORIGINAL MIX) 2. PROZIVKA (ONIRIS REMIX) 3. PROZIVKA (DJ 3000 REMIX)