Zak Gee – 1969 House /Selek lab
1: 1969 House (Original)
2: Selek Lab (Original)
Se-Lek Music fav Zak Gee returns in quick succession with an awesome two track master exhibit that pleases our eardrums. His recent remixes of Blue Amazon & Sam Ritter for the label made a firm impact and this is another fantastic contribution from our obsessed music family.As a producer he is already respected on circuit after releasing quite an array of quality productions on imprints such as Glamour Punk, IVR, Pro B Tech and he’s an insistent remixer with a great amount of mixes due in the pipeline for other respected labels. Working in the studio he’s a producer that has a wide range of influences within his domain with a unique ability to be able to apply his skills to almost any sound out there. Like many producers artists he’s also an applied DJ that forges his sets in Un comprisable, and In many ways its fair to say this Macedonian producer is a slightly an unsung hero of the modern times but the future is bright.
Getting into the sound of the tracks one of the trade marks of Zaks club exhibits is a good element of funk and groove and 1969 House is a great example of that. Its quickly paced start rhythmically with a modern disco infused sculpture. Its got a real feel good vibe to it and crosses the boarders between house and techno influences very well.
Selek lab on other hand is more of a minimal electronic influenced number. It’s a deeper synth leaded sound with a clever deeper subtle bassline, fanatic use of FX ,filter loops and a transient melody line without it falling into the trance genre bracket.