Solid member of the Needwant family Mario Basanov is back with the eagerly awaited ‘We Are Child Of Love’ - a deep house, disco tinted, emotive masterpiece featuring redubs from Mario himself and a seductively smooth and effortlessly groovy remix from Needwant’s newest recruits, The Mekanism.
‘We Are Child Of Love’ is utterly mesmerizing with it’s sultry grooves, deep piano keys and radiant synth structures. A true delivery of smooth, emotive electronica of the highest caliber; exactly what we have come to expect from Mr. Basanov. Mario’s dub version hits us with a deep driving bass, progressing into a Balearic ambience with reverbed vocals, fluid warm keys and shimmering synths that provide the perfect soundtrack to a beautiful Ibiza sunset.
Over on the B-side, the Re-dub version steps up the pace and breathes a real fresh and modern tone, with it’s grumbling deep chords and dance floor drive. The breakdown explodes into an array of percussions, xylophone keys and rumbling undertones that strike with maximum effect. Fresh from their debut EP ‘Can’t Believe’, The Mekanism round off this killer release by injecting their signature groove into the original. Their lusciously smooth remix oozes pure quality with warm fluid keys and a pitched down vocal for added seduction and a solid dance floor drive.
Holding a wealth of knowledge and over ten years production experience, Lithuanian music man Mario Basanov maintains a versatile approach that allows him to create the deepest underground weapons alongside expansive electronic pop sounds. Working on solo projects or with his music partner Vidis, Mario is fast becoming recognised as a leading name in the world of electronic music, winning over artists such as Soul Clap, Tensnake, Solomun and Maceo Plex. Following a list of highly successful releases, including ‘Lonely Days’ on Needwant and the massive ‘Changed feat. Ernesto’ from the forthcoming Mario & Vidis album about to drop on Silence Music, it looks like the coming year will witness even bigger things for Mr. Basanov.
Published: 16th February 2012