Italy is the next destination on Wind Horse Records’ global journey, and it is there that prolific DJ / producer Gianmarco Lorefice jumps on board. Recording under the name Gion, Gianmarco has actively released tracks over the past few years for Soulman, Dutchie Music, and Irma, with his hard work leading to the “Don’t Do It For Money” single released by the legendary Nervous Records. The simply titled “You” is Gion’s debut single for Wind Horse and it certainly follows the ethos of the India-based house music label. Its classic sounding rhythm is like a signal to the dance floor - a call to partake in funky movement - and a filtered chord riff further displays the cut’s old school influence. But the sound merges with that of contemporary floors through its spacious, dramatic breakdown and sonically pleasing low end drive. “You” is meant to be intimate and introspective, as reflected my the title, and accomplishes this in a masterful deep house fashion.
A pair of captivating remixes accompany “You,” with the first provided by the Mumbai-based Priyesh who previously appeared on the Wind Horse Records New Breed Sampler. Priyesh takes things deeper and smoother, developing a warm, sub bass swing under layers of intoxicating pads and lush effects. Next up, renowned British house music producer Harold Heath (Savoir Faire Musique, Lost My Dog) retools “You” into a bouncing late night gem, complete with a techno-style bass line, washes of windswept tones, and a disco-tinged beat. Groovy isn’t the half of it … and together these three tracks continue Wind Horse Records’ run of high quality singles, ideal for the DJ and house music fan alike.
Dave Seaman - “The Harold Heath and Priyesh mixes are fantastic.”
Tensnake - “Great deep house package.”
Nick Warren - “Great release. I’m digging the Priyesh mix.”
Inland Knights - “The Hardold Heath mix is cool.”
Leo Portela (PMB / Soulstar) - “The full single is rich in good mixes.”
Sumsuch (Colour and Pitch) - “I’m loving the groove on the original. Harold Heath’s mix is vintage, rolling house. The Priyesh is version is deliciously deep, too. What a package!”
Tyler Stadius - “Sweet warm up tracks here.”
Tom Lown - “Love it! The original and Harold Heath’s mix are great.”
Al Bradley (3am Recordings) - “A superb release again from Wind Horse. Each version has its own dance floor sensibility … I’m loving all three and will get use from all of them.”
Christos Kedras (Kapa Music) - “Nice release … deep and dreamy.”
Vincent Kwok - “The Harold Heath remix is tops! I really like the bouncy bass.”
Satoshi Fumi - “I love all mixes!”
Amit Shoham (Tarantic) - “Beautifully produced tracks all around! The original’s classic groove does it for me.”
Michael Fossati (Spirit of House) - “Glorious melodies, deep’n’smooth yet captivating rhythms … a sure-fire late night anthem.”