We are still grooving to the Melodic Techno & House opus ‘Follow’ from Klangkarussell & GIVVEN. While our obsession with the tune has not subsided yet, the young producer from Vienna, Max Manie has dropped an outstanding remix version of the track. Therefore, it seems like there is no falling out of love with this song anytime soon. This Klangkarussell remix is undoubtedly as captivating as the original version. The sleek and immersive cut has gotten a trippy and undulating makeover in this Max Manie remix version. Released on Bias Beach Recordings, this version of the tune will make you fall in love with ‘Follow’ even more.
The Max Manie remix of ‘Follow’ is a vibrant opus that kicks off with a feel-good vibe. While the artist has kept the flavor of the original song by Klangkarussell & GIVVEN intact, the remix brims with hypnotizing rhythms and exuberant vocals that will put you under a spell. The propulsive energy is visible right from the start as Manie has assembled this take with dynamic and exhilarating thrusts. This Progressive House hierarchy issued via Bias Beach Recordings moves effortlessly with pacey synths. On this Klangkarussell remix, the artist brings an electrifying aura that is driven by alluring sound design.
This version of ‘Follow’ by Max Manie is structured with bright and soulful melodies that give the Klangkarussell remix a sweet-sounding flair. Rolled out via Bias Beach Recordings, the song also contains a layer of infectious percussion that blends flawlessly with the crisp beats to emulate a serious stomper for the Progressive House fans. The tinkering beats and bubbling arps intermingle to give the Klangkarussell & GIVVEN release a dynamic edge. The persuasive vibe of the track transforms into a lively instrumental as the chorus comes in to elevate the expansive effect of the melody. This Max Manie remix has a contagious spirit with striking motifs that display a potent degree of emotional warmth.
This Bias Beach Recordings presentation is a cleverly produced remix that will definitely grab your attention. It is a soothing gem that will captivate you in an instant. After this memorable rendition of ‘Follow,’ we definitely wish to see the magic of Klangkarussell and Max Manie come together on a collaborative project. While you’re relishing in this Progressive House remix, you should definitely check out Klangkarussell’s brilliant spectrum of talent on ‘Ghost Keeper,’ ‘My world,’ ‘Follow’ and ‘Shipwreck.’
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More About Max Manie:
Max Manie,young and talented producer, born in salzburg now living and studying in vienna, for the first time gained some recognition in early 2013. His Track “Sunday” got many plays and views on soundcloud and youtube and so a lot of people became interested about him.His musical background is not only electronic, as he played guitar in an indie-rock band for about 4 years, earlier in his life.About 7 years ago he first came in contact with electronic music, initially as a listener but later he started djing and producing.In summer 2012 he got in touch with logic trough his friend Alex Anders, with whom he also made his first release (Hausmittel – All you need) and many more productions.In March 2013 the next big step for him came and MFM Booking put him on their rooster. There is definitely more to come from this fresh and innovative producer.After a long and hot summer with many nice parties and fes tivals ,he finally released his Debut EP „Sunday“ on Crosswalk Records with remixes of Klangkarussell, Klangtherapeuten and Royal Ruv.Furthermore he released the collaboration track, Infinite Time“, with his friend Scheinizzl on Universal‘s compilation „about:berlin vol.4“.Always showcasing the newest and hottest tracks, his DJ Sets are filled with deepness and melody. He likes to switch styles and being creative during his performances. Don’t hesitate and check him out live, for sure you will not regret it.
More About Klangkarussell:
Klangkarussell returned last September with ‘Comoros’, their first new music in over 2 years, and the debut release on their new label, Bias Beach. ‘Comoros’ followed a summer of standout festival performances and sold out headline shows that saw them play to crowds in the UK (sold out Night Tales London), Europe (including taking the Saturday night honours at Benicassim), Beirut and South America.
This January, Tobi and Adrian played another sold out headline show at Night Tales London (which saw queues around the block), with further DJ dates in Europe and beyond. Forthcoming shows have been cancelled and rescheduled where possible due to coronavirus. They’ll join Booka Shade at London’s Electric Brixton on 9 October for their next UK performance.
Klangkarussell, which translates to English as “Sound Carousel” — were formed in Salzburg, Austria by Tobias Rieser and Adrian Held. Both respected producers in their own right, they first broke through with the jazz-tinged instrumental club record ‘Sonnentanz’, which reached the Top 10 singles chart in 6 different countries, including No.1 in The Netherlands. Like many dance artists faced with unexpected success, a record they’d written for their own DJ sets had taken on a life of it’s own, and when a vocal version – retitled ‘Sonnentanz (Sun Don’t Shine)’ and featuring British soul singer Will Heard – was released the following summer, the track charted in both the UK and Ireland, going on to become one of the biggest dance records of this decade (despite the pair shunning all publicity).
Following the success of ‘Sonnentanz’, the duo then released their second single, ‘Netzwerk (Falls Like Rain)’, featuring vocalist Tom Havelock, and which also became a hit. Klangkarussell’s debut album, ‘Netzwerk’, appeared soon after and sporting the singles ‘Hey Maria’ and ‘In the Crowd Alone’ appeared in 2016, followed by ‘Time’, ‘Circuits’, and ‘Good to Go’ in 2017.
After spending the last two years on the road, the duo’s second album is now within their sights. Musically, and with the type of creative freedom they had during their initial rise to fame, both Tobi and Adrian have entered a new decade exactly where they want to be.