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Secondcity & Solarris – Bridgewater EP

The 'Bridgewater' EP is the latest to come in from Secondcity and Solarris with two remixes to go with it.

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The rise in the underground scene means there is a vast array of talented producers on the scene. Many have carved out a reputation for enticing tracks and one of those to do so is Secondcity, who has teamed up with budding producer Solarris. The ‘Bridgewater‘ EP is a quality piece of production work, with a number of remixes included.

Secondcity has been on a rampage at the moment with a whole host of new material landing on the likes of CR2 Traxx to name but one of the labels. He has also been releasing a number of tracks alongside other artists, as well as remixes. So to see him team up with Solarris isn’t much of a shock. The EP is just the next step of showcasing quality material and production work, with ‘Bridgewater’ already receiving widespread support.

The title track is the first to arrive on the EP and it sets the tone for what is to come. The deep flowing bass line with melodic synths layered in over the top provide an intense, yet mystifying atmosphere around the track. ‘Bridgewater‘ is about the journey which is undertaken, a chilled out relaxing vibe which holds plenty of energy, a soothing sound, especially when it breaks down. Secondcity and Solarris should be well proud of the impact this track will have in the intimate crowds and clubs.

Audiojack, who are the label heads of Gruuv Recordings, take up remix duties of ‘Bridgewater’ and add their taste to the track. They provide the more underground intensity, introducing a harder bass line and more thumping beat. Adding in some extra melodies, they take the basics of the track but add intricate new sounds, it’s a solid remix coming in from them. Finally on the EP is Jonathan Kaspar who takes things a little higher, a little more mysterious, holding off on the beat and allowing the track to progress with the melodies. The real highlight of this remix is the builds, the sweet melodies coming through with bolstered synths, again some beautiful production work.

You can download the ‘Bridgewater’ EP here.

Bridgewater.

The rise in the underground scene means there is a vast array of talented producers on the scene. Many have carved out a reputation for enticing tracks and one of those to do so is Secondcity, who has teamed up with budding producer Solarris. The ‘Bridgewater‘ EP is a quality piece of production work, with a number of remixes included.

Secondcity has been on a rampage at the moment with a whole host of new material landing on the likes of CR2 Traxx to name but one of the labels. He has also been releasing a number of tracks alongside other artists, as well as remixes. So to see him team up with Solarris isn’t much of a shock. The EP is just the next step of showcasing quality material and production work, with ‘Bridgewater’ already receiving widespread support.

Bridgewater.

The title track is the first to arrive on the EP and it sets the tone for what is to come. The deep flowing bass line with melodic synths layered in over the top provide an intense, yet mystifying atmosphere around the track. ‘Bridgewater‘ is about the journey which is undertaken, a chilled out relaxing vibe which holds plenty of energy, a soothing sound, especially when it breaks down. Secondcity and Solarris should be well proud of the impact this track will have in the intimate crowds and clubs.

Audiojack, who are the label heads of Gruuv Recordings, take up remix duties of ‘Bridgewater’ and add their taste to the track. They provide the more underground intensity, introducing a harder bass line and more thumping beat. Adding in some extra melodies, they take the basics of the track but add intricate new sounds, it’s a solid remix coming in from them. Finally on the EP is Jonathan Kaspar who takes things a little higher, a little more mysterious, holding off on the beat and allowing the track to progress with the melodies. The real highlight of this remix is the builds, the sweet melodies coming through with bolstered synths, again some beautiful production work.

You can download the ‘Bridgewater’ EP here.

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