Now, in 2016 and with the original “Lenai” track, they’re pumping out hardware-centric house, full of plush synths, buoyant garage bass-lines and some pop-flavoured emotional vocals. UK-inspired deep house tools gilded with luxurious melodies. Guilty pleasure.
In the other hand we have a solid remix by Fran Zaragoza & Moliner. A hard-jacking version combining perfectly deep emotions and analogical ideals with a freeform modernist approach. Despite its unquestionable ‘dark side’ this remix possesses a nuanced way with house, high-gloss techno and loads of dance floor charisma.