Sven Vath - The Sound of the Seventh Season

On the 10th of November, Sven Vath released at the well-known label Coocon, "The Sound of the Seventh Season". The CD has tow mixes which contain the sound of this summer's Ibiza, where Sven Vath had a residency. Although the music has been played all summer, it has an actual sound, clear and still very successful.

The first CD is called Craziness and reflects the best the club atmosphere which just doesn't let you sit down. Audion seems to have become very well-known with his hit Mouth 2 Mouth – the Ame-Rej story seems to be repeated. But the mix starts with Heartthrob and the track Baby Kate, and after a while we can discover very well-known productions which Sven Vath uses a lot in his sets. Like Here from Raudive, The Afert Life of Deetron or Nam Nam of Trentemoller. The style changes gradually, the atmosphere becomes hot and everything intensifies with productions like the one of the producers Agoria, Adam Proll, Dominik Eulberg and finally Joris Voorn.

The second CD is called Continues and even if at first sight is not very different fron the first one, there are some melodic parts on this CD that make it glow more than the other one. We start with the excellent track Galapagos Excursion of Jesse Somfay and Pheek, one of the best tracks of this mix. The tempo remains constant, so different musical styles appear, but at the same BPM. So we discover a Mathew Jonson, hidden behind the Cobblestone Jazz project with the track Dumb Track, a very funny and housey track of Guy Gerber Ballet Dancing. One of the most intense moments is This Is Sick from Solid Groove, the well-known production that Zabiela used a few months ago, if not yeara. For some minutes, the atmosphere intensifies, but comes back at the initial point with Roman Flugel and Mutter, and after that Cobblestone Jazz and India in Me. For another couple of minutes, the compilation ends with Agoria and Kick the Peace.

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November 10 2006


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