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DROZE – ‘No Time’ Remixes Track-By-Track Review

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In Review: DROZE - 'No Time' Remixes EP
Newly released through Gonna Be Music is a set of seven amazing remixes based around “No Time” from DROZE. The Billboard chart-topping artist teamed up with renowned DJs who added new flavors to the original. In brief, this EP features Afro Cuban House, Deep House, Tribal, Circuit and Soulful House versions, and all of them guarantee total satisfaction! Each producer brings a different element, making this EP versatile in styles. Below you can stream all the remixes and read our exclusive track-by-track review.

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1 – No Time (Marcos Carnaval & Paulo Jeveaux Remix) These guys put a Tribal spin on “No Time”, and is still by far an easy favorite on the EP. What I liked the most is the beat of the drums, that make the remix sound like a marching band in action.

2 – No Time (Deanne’s Drumatica Club Mix) With already catchy vocals, Deanne adds a tribal groove and bouncy drums to the intro of this remix. Non-traditional instruments like pots and pans can also be heard in this great version.

3 – No Time (Oba’s 305 HOUS Mix) Like the other tracks on this EP, this remix also features House music in combination with ethnic musical percussions. To be more specific, Afro-Cuban rhythms. Definitely, these colorful melodies will take us to a musical journey.

4 – No Time (Huffine & Lo Club Mix) I noticed a significant change in comparison with the other first remixes. There’s a punchy House groove from start to finish that will keep you moving quickly. It’s one of the best remixes for underground clubs!

 5 – No Time (Joe Burns Remix) This remix feels more like a Deep House adaptation. It could serve as the perfect addition to any after hours mix. Structurally, Joe focused on a slower tempo and minimal vibes. It’s unique and different.

6 – No Time (QuestionmarQ Back In Time Remix) Expect a retro House beat like if it was truly produced during the 90s. I enjoyed this remix, in particular, the banging kicks and snares. It’s a very interesting old-school experience.

7 – No Time (Edwin James Remix) The way this remix starts off, may confuse you and let you think this is a dark version of “No Time”. However, the party doesn’t end with one of the last remixes in this package. The upbeat rhythm gradually has a presence along with minimal vocals. All resulting in the perfect club track.

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