EKS-port - ABS Remixes - Review

On the 1st of July in 2013, the first release of remixes of the track entitled ABS has been published worldwide, which is taken from the second album called 7788 km/h of the EKS-port duo. One of the remixes was produced by Piotr "Kromproom" Krompiewski, who is the co-founder of the EKS-port duo. Additionally, remixes were produced by artists Dubtron from India and Vulturius from Poland.

ABS (Radio edit)

Black and white photo of the EKS-port duo taken inside the car

The release begins with a radio version of the ABS track. This version is not very different from the original, it is only shorter in time. The track has a strong beat and is very danceable. The title refers to the automotive industry and deals with the topic of braking a car in distress. Rapper and singer MC Else melodizes the short lyrics in English - When you drive a car, watch out on the ice - which can also be heard in the rapper's native language, Czech, as well as in Polish. It is really a piece of good strong and danceable breakbeat.

ABS (Vulturius remix)

Musician Vulturius leaning over the mixer in front of the microphone in his studio

The second track is a remix by a Polish electronic music producer who records music under the pseudonym Vulturius, also known as Czaro. The musician mainly mixes musical styles such as drum and bass, dubstep and ambient, and uses trackers to produce his compositions. In the remix, he mixes two music styles: drum and bass and dubstep. It is a great offer for fans of such music. Vulturius has finally perfected the balance between high and low frequencies in the remix. This gives an interesting hybrid, which hits us with an underground style with a touch of commercial sound. Everybody in the space!

ABS (Dubtron remix)

Thoughtful DJ Dubtron wearing sunglasses, looking to the right, standing in front of a tin garage

Another remix is a track produced by an Indian producer, DJ who composes and performs live under the name Dubtron. His passion for creating, and mixing music in styles such as reggae, jungle, retro, funk and breaks can be heard in the remix. Additionally, MC Else's vocals are cut with a delay effect in an interesting way. This breakbeat interpretation is another danceable dose of music. The remix keeps up the pace and does not slow down. Let's go to the dance floor!

Logo of DJ Dubtron with additional subtitles: reggae, jungle, retro, funk & breaks

ABS (KrompRoomRemix)

Piotr Kromproom Krompiewski sitting next to the sythesizers in the studio of the artist known as Jamick
Kromproom at Jamick Studio.

The release closes with the remixed track by Piotr "Kromproom" Krompiewski, who is also the co-founder of the EKS-port duo. Kromproom produced a techno-house remix, which is characterised by a dynamic rhythm with deep basses. Like the other remixes, the track is very danceable. Additionally, you can hear Kromproom's production craftsmanship and his distinctive style, in which a trance-like approach to music often permeates his production. Let's dance!

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