Gui Boratto - No Turning Back (Remixes) on Kompakt

Gui Boratto - No Turning Back (Remixes)

Kompakt [DE] | KOMPAKT 198 - Aug. 26, 2009

Vinyl || Minimal House / Tech House / Techno

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No Turning Back (Wighnomys Likkalize Love Rekksmi)
No Turning Back (The Mole's MMD Mix)

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Brazilian bomb, GUI BORATTO continues have left an indelible mark on the dance world this year with the acclaimed full length “TAKE MY BREATH AWAY” proving that he's no one trick pony and easily one of the most diverse and remarkable talents to have emerged over the past decade. The past 6 months have brought him to every point of the globe with his live show and he shows no sign of slowing down with a slew of club and festival appearances to take him well into fall. We couldn't be prouder of the guy and his continued perseverance and genuine appreciation of music. “NO TURNING BACK” has been clearly declared as the choice cut by the fans and DJ's everywhere….take YouTube who have a simple stream with over 135,000 listens! Many cite the tune as the sequel to “BEAUTIFUL LIFE”. It almost makes sense. “NO TURNING BACK” similarly oozes the narcotic pop eloquence that characterized “BEAUTIFUL LIFE” thanks to Gui's wife, Luciana Villanova making her anticipated return on vocals. So, when it came to doing the remix there came a long, ardent discussion…thankfully when it came down to the wire the decisions came swift and well, we're punch drunk happy about the results. We've got something for everyone this round! First up comes from the WIGHNOMY BROTHERS (aka ROBAG WRUHME & MONKEY MAFIA). No introductions are needed for them. They have a long and amazing history of remixes and this once again proves they have plenty of game left. Luciana's vocals waft throughout a sun drenched, summer dazed bass drum and melody loop. Pure sunset rubdown. THE MOLE is on a roll…this Montrealer now Berlin based ex pat has nobody saying bad things about what he's producing and there's good reason why - his WAGON REPAIR album last year continues to resound on dance floors today and his recent single “FOR THE LOST” was one of the first true success singles of 2009 being one of the few anthems of Miami's WMC. He ingeniously twists the original into completely moody, mental overdrive. Conjuring the early Sheffield house vibe of the Forgemasters, this is a remix that defines what the term 'deep' should mean to folks out there.