Feel Alive – Slok feat. My Favorite Robot

Written by Michael

June 25, 2012 7:45 pm

A couple of years ago we checked out Italian producer Slok and since then he’s grown, a steady rise in notability and quality releases, the Electronic Petz label owners popularity seems on the increase.

Feel Alive is his latest EP, and features remixes courtesy of Sub-an and Lopazz & Casio Casino. The vocals, by “My Favourite Robot”¬†aka Voytek Korab, James Teej and Jared Simms from Canada, are sublime combining effortlessly with the slick beats for a super cool end result.

British producer Sub-an takes things a little more underground twisting the track into slower progressive house, but with a cheeky melody. Lopazz & Casio Casino retain more of the original but with a deeper bass line.

Just because we really like the vocals though, the original seems the strongest track here as it uses them more effectively, giving off this moody but chilled vibe that’s slightly difficult to pin down and easier to just…enjoy. Expect more strong releases from Slok to come.

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