Tomy Wahl, Nicolas Cuer, Tony Casanova, & Le Roi Carmona
Tomy Wahl is not only a brilliant DJ and producer, he’s actually a certified electroacustic composer. It’s this very high quality that has made the Argentinian get recognition from prestigious labels such as Deeperfect, Set About, Time Has Changed or Night Light. And it’s also the quality that has brought Tomy to Jaw Dropping Records.
He debuts with his phenomenal “Spacewalk” EP that serves the melodic and progressive sound that has been key to our label since the beginning. The title track lives off a synth and bass heavy main part and groovy percussions. Similar to this, the second original “Crossline” goes a little bit deeper – at least soundwise. It’s also very strong in the lower frequencies but with a sharper melody and a mind-blowing break that convinced label head Rachel Raw immediately.
Tomy is a fantastic producer and it wasn’t hard to find likeminded artists to work on his originals. Nicolas Cuer from France took “Spacewalk” and turned it into a big-room banger. It’s his first time on Jaw Dropping Records as well! And then we have Tony Casanova, who released on Jaw Dropping’s sister label Jannowitz Records in the past, provided “Spacewalk” synth line with his housy vibe, a much slower track now that has a very unique ambience.
The last remixer on this EP is Le Roi Carmona. He worked on “Crossline” and put the pumping bassline in the focus. A very spacey tune to close down this amazing “Spacewalk” EP.
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