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Pavel Dego Kostiuk / Mustang - The New Season Part One mp3 flac

Performer: Pavel Dego Kostiuk
Title: The New Season Part One
Style: Techno, Future Jazz
Released: 1999
Country: Italy
Size MP3 version: 1869 mb
Size FLAC version: 1337 mb
Size WMA version: 1962 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 510
Format: ADX TTA AAC ASF MPC MP1 AC3
Genre: Electronic

Pavel Dego Kostiuk / Mustang - The New Season Part One mp3 flac


Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Pavel Dego Kostiuk* Techno Boogie (Edit 1)
Written By, Producer – Dego
6:15
A2 Pavel Dego Kostiuk* Techno Boogie (Somatik Edit)
Edited By – SomatikWritten By, Producer – Dego
5:24
AA Mustang Verona
Written By, Producer – Alex Attias
5:57

Companies, etc.

  • Produced For – Reinforced Productions
  • Published By – Westbury Music
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Copyright (c) – Dipiù S.r.l.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Dipiù S.r.l.

Notes

Side A produced for Reinforced Productions/Dollis Hill. Published by Westbury Music.
Side B published by Copyright Control.

(c)&(p) 1999 Dipiù srl.

BPM are not present on the record:
A1: 130 | A2: 130.
AA: 137.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DOCUMENT 4.1 Pavel Dego Kostiuk* / Mustang Pavel Dego Kostiuk* / Mustang - The New Season Part One ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Archive DOCUMENT 4.1 Italy 1999


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A1:NuJazz. Very (sub) bass driven though having both the artist and label from a drum and bass background this is unsurprising. The prominent bassline steers a nice groove. Great beats that juggle between nujazz and d'n'b. Then some lovely synthwork gives a lovely mellow vibe. Really nice genre crossing piece that's probably more at home in a bar than a club. I'd probably turn the filter a little to the left as the bass can be a bit resonant. [TEN]A2: NuJazz. TBH see the A1 above for it's not radically different. The bassline dials back on the resonance but it's a much straighter mix with less variation and misses a key chord sequence that really wins in the A1. [NINE]B: NuJazz. Even faster than the A-sides in some ways bringing this even closer to it's D'n'B influence but the sounds are more of a techno nature. Pitched up or down this will sit in a variety of mixes. Fast authentic beats given a good energy and the synths have a space jazz sound to them as they soar all meaning this could certainly live happily in a club. It builds well and creditably while in some ways derivitive, paradoxically has a fairly unique sound to it. [TEN]