A few months after releasing the original ambient single “Turning Circles” in collaboration with Machester Rain, Yann Sella now appointed Edenframe, Ramzi Benlakehal and Signalfuss on remix duties for the official remixes EP on Subdust records. All three remixes offer a gorgeous atmospheric sound that really retained the essence of the original.
Ramzi Benlakehal delivered an immersive deep progressive Techno experience on his remix, we simply just can’t get enough of this one. I’m sure his remix will end up in so many Deep Techno DJ’s crates, definitely a must-have in the genre. Edenframe went for a more Electro/EDM-flavored sound, making it slightly more “big room” friendly with epic emotional drops, this is the version we would play on the main stage at festivals. And last but not least, Signalfluss gave even more depth to the vocal and delivered a delicious uplifting flavor that sounds something like if Porter Robinson collaborated with Moby, just have a listen and you will understand exactly what we mean.
The remixes are all unique and bring different flavors from the electronic dance music spectrum. However, they were all able to keep the deep immersive ambiance of the original, and every remixer made outstanding use of Manchester Rain‘s fantastic vocal. This remixes EP is truly a gem.
Stream the Yann Sella – Turning Circles (Remixes) on Soundcloud and Youtube below and download them exclusively on Beatport on February 15.
More about Yann Sella:
French producer, Yann Sella, experiments with soundscapes and sonic textures. Based in the historic French city of Lyon; Yann combines plucking synth lines with ambient pads and creates a new sonic landscape. His way of making music always depends on his instant mood; a note heard somewhere or what he calls a mental scenario, but he always aims to take the listeners to a world of his own imagination.
Yann Sella grew up listening to rap, electronic, and score music; and is now influenced by the likes of electronic producers and Djs; like Jon Hopkins, Moderat, Tale of Us and Ben Frost; but also by talents like the more eclectic Tokio Myers, Sohn, London Grammar and score music composers like Hans Zimmer and John Williams, just to name a few.