Voyeur is back with a bumper 15-track collection that mixes up new and exclusive music from in-house artists, big names like DJ Gregory, Klement Bonelli, Antony Toga, Moazaik, Made in TLV and Wielki, and fresh talents all carefully A&Red by the label head, Fabrice Dayan.
Dayan himself is a mainstay on the French scene. His roots go back to the early rave era and since then he has kept his finger on the pulse as a DJ, producer and label head. He holds famous residencies at legendary places like Raspoutine Partis – a mythical place of the Parisian night, in the heart of the Golden Triangle – and Silencio Paris, and the label itself has a residency lined up for the French capital later in the year. This vibrant new collection is packed with red hot tracks that have been getting high-profile plays in Ibiza all summer, and now they now come together on one essential collection that drops when the season ends.
Amongst the many standout tracks is Dayan’s ‘The Power of Now’. It is a cinematic set opener inspired by the introspection of the pandemic years. Its piano break expresses doubt but then turns to hope with a high-energy “keep-going” feeling. After the uplifting ‘6AM’ from Made in TLV it is the epic return of DJ Gregory after years of silence. The legendary house artist serves up a fantastically fat edit of ‘Gandhi’ from Sllash & Doppe which has already been getting hammered by Blondish and is an instant classic.
‘Midnight Jab’ by Antony Toga is a ready-made summer jam with cold beats yet warm steel drums and ‘Maybe It’s Love’ by the Solomun and Agoria-backed French duo Mozaik and is a track about people who have problems expressing their emotions. Israel’s Dor Danino proves why he is a king of the indie dance scene with ‘Addis Ababa Vs Estroe’ and Klement Bonelli goes for the body and soul with ‘So Sad’. The new Scorpios Mykonos resident Adassyia re-invents the spiritual scene with her oriental western production ‘Jungle Karma’, then self-proclaimed studio freak Thousand Fingers offers a big dance floor weapon ‘Berserker’ and Veednem and Borey prove why they are bright new melodic techno stars from the East with ‘All You Need’ and ‘Control’.
Greek scene mainstay Junior Pappa has been defining the scene for a decade and his ‘Medusa’ is a spicy production that brings a steamy touch. The superb ‘Substances’ by Wielki brings a dusty, sweaty rave vibe designed for big techno festivals, Tomy Wahl offers a perfect set-closing breaks track in ‘All Night Long’ complete with plenty of emotion and Yermak’s ‘Major Minor’ is a sunrise soundtrack with both dark drums and bright synths.
Voyeur Ibiza 2022 is a fantastic insight into the summer’s freshest underground house sounds.
We are presenting DJ Gregory’s Gratitute Edit of the Sllash & Doppe’s ‘Ghandi’.
‘Voyeur Ibiza 2022’ will be available after the 23rd of September HERE.