REVIEW: Rees presents THREE EYES [Bordello A Parigi]



The North of England is known for its musical prowess. Middlesbrough born Rees taps into that musical history while diving deep into lost disco, obscure wave and even the Middle East for his debut for Bordello. Three Eyes is a melting pot. Setting sail on bold beats and rumbling synthlines, Rees steers the listener through cascading chords, shimmering key shifts and serenading sirens to produce a truly unique dancefloor experience. Tjade, of Koi Jaye fame, is on remix duty. The winning formula of the original is adhered to with adjustments and ablutions guiding this interpretation. BPMs rise to give a fresh burst of energy. Rees’ melody is given extra muscle with those same mesmerizing vocals being a driving force for this superb remix. Dynamic and diverse dancefloor dynamite from the Paradiso label boss.


Rees works music with substance and won't hesitate to change frequencies on the loudest kick drum as he pleases. In his latest work he performs patterns without breaking the rhythm, but creating just the right amount of energy to keep the crowd satisfied. Tjade brings a remix from a different perspective.


His latest work is a euphoric psychedelic experience, in which each song takes the listener on his own sound journey, until closing a set as experimental as it is intense and addictive, which takes hold of oneself like a sweet poison, while transporting us progressively, like few. other producers with some ease are willing to do so. Building on the legacy of those who came before him, Rees has become a talent whose music will influence generations to come.


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