L.S.G. – Netherworld (Oliver Lieb & Rise and Fall 2017 Remixes)


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As summer 2017 mainlines, German electronic music genius Oliver Lieb gifts it with new reworks of his 1996 L.S.G. opus “Netherworld”. Within a year of making its first appearance (on his second studio album “Volume Two”), “Netherworld” had firmly established itself in the high circles of both trance and progressive. Broken through intensive club play by Sasha, Digweed and others, it’s gone on to make regular appearances in many a DJs’ all-time top 10 – Armin van Buuren’s among them.
 
Offering up a stellar tribute to the original, Oliver’s new version recasts the track in a progressive-trance light. Punchy kicks and super-sharp hi-hats spar brightly with other percussive elements, while its mesmerizing pads fade in and out, as the bassline cuts the deepest of grooves throughout. Gated synths roll it into the break, where the mix opens up wide to retell that once-heard/never-forgotten lead melody.
 
Bonzai regular Rise and Fall (aka Russian artist Anton Vishniakov) has the honour of providing the remix and fashions a stunning, wholly progressive interpretation. While ‘Netherworld’ remains a timeless classic, Anton has given it a decidedly contemporary twist, likely to appeal to a new generation of music lovers. Subtle nuances in the FX department add depth and texture while the original synth melody is delivered with exacting precision.
 
Artist: L.S.G., Oliver Lieb, Rise and Fall
Track: Netherworld (Oliver Lieb & Rise and Fall 2017 Remixes)
Label: Bonzai Progressive
Release Date: July 24th 2017
Get your copy here: https://www.beatport.com/release/netherworld-remixes-pt-1/2070839
 
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Take a listen to L.S.G. – Netherworld (Oliver Lieb 2017 Main Mix) here:

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