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“Melodies/Insignia” – Spectrasoul (Exit) [SINGLE] September 3, 2009

Posted by rocketsciencemedia in Press Releases.


TITLE: Melodies/Insignia / ARTIST: Spectrasoul / LABEL: Exit / RELEASE DATE: September 2009

1. Melodies feat. Mike Knight
2. Insignia

Spectrasoul provide their début single on Exit Records, consisting of two tracks written especially for the label. These two producers have proved their talent time and time again with a string of releases over the past two years and are definitely ones to watch in 2009/10.

Melodies’ is a clever combination of melancholic synth samples, used courtesy of legendary minimal electronica producers Isan, featuring the vocal talents of up and coming American RnB singer Mike Knight. An unconventional beat pattern makes this track stand out from the crowd and provides a refreshing break on the dancefloor.

Insignia’ comes with similar vibes on the B side, starting off with emotive pads and vocal snippets, dropping with low down sub stabs over another unconventional but highly effective beat.

Both tracks have seen support on the highly acclaimed autonomic podcasts (www.club-autonomic.com) and are receiving heavy rotation from DJs such as dBridge, Instra:mental and Dubstep pioneer DJ Skream, which highlights the versatility of these tracks and the potential to cross into DJ sets from different genres.

If you would like some more information or you want to preview or review this release and would like to receive a promo copy, please contact simon@rocketsciencemedia.com



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