Record Of The Day… Vynal K, No Rabbitz – The Lute

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Artist – Vynal K,No Rabbitz

Title – The Lute

Label – Trojan House Records

Release Date – 28/03/15


From the other side of the world, Greek DJs Vynal K, and No Rabbitz emerge from the studio with a monster release in their clutches. Their debut release on Trojan House ‘The Lute’ EP features ‘The Lute’, and ‘Solo El Amor’. Two Tech House cuts engineered to provoke kinetic energy from the crowd. ‘The Lute’, named after the ancient Greek instrument, the “Laouto” from which the infectious string melody was gorgeously recorded by Dimi M.P. An unforgettable melody that transports your mind, while the low sub strength forces you to move!

Yamil takes charge of the remix for ‘The Lute’ and delivers a deep throbbing groover. Powerful sub bass vibrations, with tastefully cut up melody parts from the original that layers nicely with plenty of percussive fills that keep the groove rolling. The breakdown is elongated to build suspense and emphasises the dominating drops.

The Greek duo’s second original, ‘Solo El Amor’ is a vocal driven Tech House jam that feels both sensual and dangerous at the same time. Let the heavenly vocals take you away, while the jacking groove keeps you grounded swaying to its trance inducing magnetism.

Nico Cabeza drenches his remix of ‘Solo El Amor’ in his stripped back minimalistic Techno style. A strong throbbing groove that resonates when the drops snap back into full motion with a twisted electrified synthy hook, and tidily polarised vocal treatment.

Chris Skapetis aka Litmus defects his remix of ‘Solo El Amor’ to a more down tempo, dreamy, and euphoric realm. A beautiful, heart touching vibe with spiritual invoking power. Float-like, peaceful and emotionally charged, this cut could be classed as a mellow ballad if only it did not harbor a brooding and hypnotic Tech house sub bass beneath its delicateness.


Describe the record in five words.

Groovy, driving, emotional, tasty, heavy.

What is it about the record that will appeal to the fans?

Variety of flavours in the cuts, big basses, infectious guitar melody, great vocal work.

How does it differ from your last release?

More energy and drive.

What was the inspiration for this release?

Using an rare Greek guitar instrument to construct an electronic track around it.

If you had the chance to play this in any club, which would it be?

Enter at Space Ibiza.


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