Massive, melodic house music released on Bicep's label.
It's great to see Brame & Hamo are trying to find fresh ways of creating big moments in their music, but for me they go a shade too far on "Dust." It rattles along nicely for the first couple of minutes, the robust four-on-the-floor stomp layered with an opulent synth part. But the pan pipes and kinda celtic synth melody that follow? Maybe a bit much. Private Press ditch most of that on their remix, a slamming techno treatment with periodic spin-backs and a ballsy attitude. "Waves Reach," the other original, also goes for it but strikes a better balance. The choral synth reveal after the break will be too much for some DJs, but it's a decent complement for the arpeggio, and will definitely stand out among similar material. Given his taste for widescreen synth lines, Voiski was a strong choice for a remix. The mood it creates is pretty similar to the original, although the French producer opts for a steadier groove and less breakdowns. The cripsy hi-hats, as a finishing touch, give the track a satisfying bite.