First up though is the G-Pal Safe Heaven Mix. Expect the usual quality from G-Pal, a fine and very consistent producer. Chunky, almost tribal, beats begin the reworking and soon enough the vocal enters and rides over the rumbling beats and quirky samples. Melodic hooks soon reign over the track, and build it towards the short breakdown deep in that sees the guitar riffs enter, as well as subtle building stabbing synths. A delicious change in baseline tones deep in is more then welcome and it adds a very nice moody end to this fine production.
On the flip, Stel & Good Newz add their touch to proceedings. Deep chunky baselines are the way early with a cheeky little melody also linking well with the vocal. The track drives quite well until it hits a monumentally long breakdown, where the vocal plays the lead, accompanied well with good atmospheric elements including the main guitar riffs, changing baseline tones, and smooth broken beats. From here on in, the track builds to an end with driving beats and guitar riffs that soon fade out.
Two very solid sets of remixes that again lives up to the high quality standards set by this fine Greek based label.