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Another Acid Track With Acid In The Title

Another Acid Track With Acid In The Title

Chris Sadler

Label boss Chris Sadler has been using his time in lockdown predominantly getting to grips with the latest addition to his studio - namely a Roland TB303 clone. It was therefore only a matter of time before he produced his first acid track. This is a beast of tune with layers of percussion, plenty of snare rolls, sampled news broadcasts from the early nineties and, of course, lots of squelchy acid.
Colorful Zebra

Colorful Zebra

Ian Kita

Whilst new to Climax Digital, DJ and producer from Southern Moravia Ian Kita is no newcomer to the scene having started behind the decks in 1998 and in the studio in 2001. Colorful Zebra is stripped down intelligent techno with crisp percussion, a driving bassline and simple but effective synth sounds to make a track that together is so much more than its constituent parts.
Let's Make Love (The Remixes)

Let's Make Love (The Remixes)

Spiriakos

The feel-good, retro-disco tune "Let's Make Love" from Spiriakos gets the remix treatment with reworkings from San Lucas, Miquel, Funkisma and Chris Sadler. The San Lucas remix keeps the disco vibe and adds a super-funky bassline. Miquel darkens things somewhat with a hard-edged techno version which contrasts with elements from Spiriakos' original. Climax Digital newcomer Funkisma shows he's a name to watch with a deep house rework complete with euphoric keys in the break. Completing the package is label boss Chris Sadler with a positive house remix built around a jazzy horn sample.

Support by Paco Osuna
Eclipse

Eclipse

Smoke (CZ)

Combining melodic synths and soaring strings, Smoke (CZ) is back with a powerful, atmospheric and emotional progressive house track.
Bygones

Bygones

George Sears

Bygones is an emotive and atmospheric deep house tune from George Sears who is back on the label for his second release. This is goose bumps material from the talented Prague-based producer.
Long 33

Long 33

Disco X

After a hiatus of nearly 2 years the mysterious Disco X is back in the fold. Luscious keys, strings and vocals on top of a a rock solid bassline and tied together with a truly polished production mean that we're more than happy to welcome Mr. X back to the Climax Digital family.