Following his previous success with Curvve, Probspot is at it again with a chart topping remix of Rowan and Jaytech’s track, “Noodles”.
Considered to currently be one of the top producers of electronic music today, Probspot has been in the scene in 1996. Over the years his originals and remixes have gained the attention of global djs Markus Schulz, Above & Beyond, Paul Oakenfold and Armin Van Buuren. Both his original track “Stalker” and remix of “Necromancer” for Curvve quickly climbed to the Beatport Top 10.
Making a debut on Paul van Dyk’s ‘Vonyc Radio‘, this remix of ‘Noodles’ is a funky progressive track that delivers a smooth consistent beat . The driving base makes ‘Noodles’ a great choice for the midnight dance floors.
‘Noodles’ marked Matt Rowan and Jaytech’s first release on Curvve. The original version is a cross between techy beats, electric sounds and spacey melodies that was favored by Andy Moor, Gareth Emery and Armin Van Buuren.
“You really have to listen to it a few times so that you can fully understand the complexity of the track, there is so many layers all stacked so neatly together, much like noodles actually. The raspy bass line is reminiscent of some of BT’s earlier works with the deep kick giving the track enough punch to shake the walls of any club. If you’re looking for something a little different to inject some life into that set of yours, you should give Noodles a listen. “ – DanceNode.com[audio:035-matt_rowan_and_jaytech-noodles_(probspot_remix).mp3|titles=Noodles (Probspot Remix)|artists=Matt Rowan and Jaytech]
Shawn Mitiska and Vinny Troia team up on Curvve’s latest release.
Shawn Mitiska has worked his way up from internet radio to become a highly recognized DJ and producer, gaining interest from the likes of Armin van Buuren, Markus Schulz and Above and Beyond.
Vinny Troia, who has previously remixed tracks for Ultra Nate, N’Dea Davenport, and Jody Watley, is back from a long hiatus (and a relaxing honeymoon) with this collaboration.
This dark, progressive house track, has a hard hitting beat that is to keep dance floors moving. The break at 1:40 will keep the suspense building to deliver high energy that is guaranteed to make a crowd sweat.
On the remix is Retrobyte, who puts a more minimal and funky electro/tech spin on this track. Very good stuff from the Gabriel and Dresden protege.[audio:040-mitiska_and_troia-house_revisited_(original_mix).mp3|titles=House Revisited (Original Mix)] [audio:040-mitiska_and_troia-house_revisited_(retrobyte_remix).mp3|titles=House Revisited (Retrobyte Remix)]