The Third Son remix provides a satisfactory alternate for those who have a yen for to build dancefloor force. Epic in every intelligence of the little talk, this developing beast is suit made for delayed nights and cock’s-crow sunrises. Stripping away tons of the originals melodic elements, he adds a raw funk to the bass and works in his trademark cut. With a sound choke-full of sensation, he is an artist who uses analogue appurtenances to generate music which tells a recounting. The oldest track titled Pedres has a wonky cut and distorted synth stabs fused with a jazz piano, which put together this is a distinctively single share of music. Next up is the David Keno remix of Pedres and starting with the extension of his own vocal sampling, David tones down the originals exploratory tone. Adding his own digital sounding tune, he uses the originals synth to add upset and turn the path an complete cosmic manipulate. Unadorned with stripped endorse percussion, its the captivating and comfortable dispose vocal that breathes biography into the railroad. With the introduction of its grinding bass ring, the alley plays on the b of strike and has unexpected drops that would ignite a dancefloor with eruptions of force. Finishing things off is the Third Son remix of Cronopio, which undisturbed centred everywhere the originals vocal, is more up pace with an added sagacity of darkness. Focused shortly before Tech Legislature, this remix provides the best difference for this already wonderfully rounded let out. Path three on the EP is the starting Cronopio with a torpid structure, softened vibe and effective synth exertion. Also featuring on the rescue are pull remixes from Third Son and David Keno, who both turn with a proven tuneful derivation and well foreign fan secure. The novel music comes from Spanish artist Upercent who boasts anterior releases on Sincopat, this one makes his seventh manner on Sincopat.