OUT Cosmithex - Ground Control (incl. Alfredo Calderini, You Are My Salvation Remixes)

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Cosmithex
Release title
Ground Control (The Remixes)
Label name
Forescape Digital
Release date
Jul 27, 2020
Release type
Remixes
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https://www.beatport.com/release/ground-control-the-remixes/3047046

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First of all, not surprising it's not for them. Not the style they play, or at least not the style their fans expect them to play. And also what the label boss said just above.

Second of all, the release is pretty good. I think I enjoyed some of Forescape releases a bit more, but you can't deny the quality of these two remixes.
You know what makes me upset most of all? The main reason why I started my label back in 2016 was that awesome music from less known producers was completely overlooked by DJs. I wanted to do my very best to deliver it to the key players as I know how many days and weeks guys like YAMS and Cosmithex spend to make these brilliant tracks. Recently I started thinking that I can't do what I wanted in the beginning and more and more producers which music I love and you guys here love too just stopped making it. I don't care about the income at all, I spend more than I get from label. But I really care that great music is overlooked because DJs have lost their root instincts to find and play that real gem that nobody have found before them.
 

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There are handful of DJs who still dig into Beatport and promos in their mailbox to find those rare gems, like John 00 Fleming and Thomas Datt for example. But for 90% of them It's just about the business these days. I can understand this strategy from some point.
Yeah John has always been great at that, didnt realise Datt as the same. Rich/Solarstone is also I'd say pretty good at giving unknown names a slot in the progressive half of his show.
 
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After listening to Alfredo Calderini Remix' in full it actually became my favourite. More of him on your label, please!

Edit: Okay, after listening to YAMS Remix' in full I don't know... I'm a mess!
 
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The quality of this release is stunning. I really like both mixes, but the YAMS remix is something different. No words.
 
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Both tracks in full length:


 
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I don't know mate, 80% of feedback from Djs is ’Not for me’, including Armin (Ruben), Mark Sherry, Daniel Kandi and others
I haven't been following Kandi lately, but this indeed wouldn't fit his style. Mark Sherry's style either. Maybe Solarstone? Airwave? Joof?
 

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Melodic progressive psytrance. It's really good, but I can see why it wasn't picked up by DJs since it doesn't fit into any of the typical genre "buckets." Armin/Ruben, Mark Sherry, and Daniel Kandi don't support this style, and they largely ignored the progressive psytrance movement from the early 2010s. On the other hand, it sounds like a shoo-in for JOOF.
If you want to collaborate with other trance producers, I think Magnus would be a good bet.

Great work, and I hope you can get the recognition for your talent.
 

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Nobody cares about my opinion (and I swear a lot), so here's a recipe for a simple yellow fruit cake instead.

Ingredients:
- 5 eggs
- 300g of white sugar
- 200g of plain yoghurt
- 200 ml of vegetable oil
- 270g of flour
- 5g of baking powder
- 500g of fruit (berries are preffered)
- powdered sugar for dusting

Recipe:
1. Separate 5 eggs and whisk the egg whites until a hard peak forms. Gradually add sugar, and mix for a minute more.
2. Gently mix in the egg yolks, and gradually add the rest of the ingredients (apart from the fruit), gently mixing them as well.
3. Grease a large baking pan with vegetable oil, and add a bit of flour on top.
4. Pour the batter into the pan, then add fruit. Gently press the berries with a tooth pick.
5. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius, and as soon as you put in the pan, decrease it to 180 degrees.
6. The cake takes around 40 minutes to make. It should brown on the outside and separate from the edges of the pan. A toothpick inserted into the thickest part of the cake should come out clean.
7. Once the cake has fully cooled down, dust with powdered sugar, cut and serve.

Enjoy!
 
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