Sunday innit


A track whose title matches the day of the week. How original. Actually, it’s a response to the weather. I’d like some sun and warmth. But I’ve got chill and rain. Redondo & Boris Way’s track on Spinnin’ Deep is a chilled summer track. And that’s just perfect. Some have suggested it needs a vocal to complete it. I disagree. The use of the guitar line works just fine instead. There’s nothing disagreeable about this track. It slips along just beautifully.

Redondo & Boris Way – Sunday is out now! Available here:

Blurb: The track follows a tremendous 2015 for Dutch DJ/productional duo Redondo. Releasing some instant classics with Ferreck Dawn collab ‘Something Else’ and hit record ‘Every Single Piece’, made with Bolier and US indie band She Keeps Bees, the guys enjoyed a massive summer, playing festivals like Tomorrowland, Creamfields and Extrema, receiving broad recognition for their unique take on current deep/tech house.

After their late 2015 collab with CamelPhat (the beautiful single ‘Paths’), the duo enhanced its deep approach to house music earlier this year with the Nora En Pure co-production ‘I Got To Do’, which received worldwide critical acclaim.

Now, continuing their collab series, the Dutchmen have teamed up with rising French artist Boris Way (known for last year’s club hits ‘Moments’ and ‘Unity’) for the rhythmic tune ‘Sunday’. It’s a first for both parties, but definitely one that turned into an immediate success, says Redondo’s Freek Geuze:

“Boris got in touch with us through our Facebook page and he showed some absolutely powerful tunes. After that we shared our contacts and started working on a summery tune. About the title, we finished the track on a sunny winter sunday so there ya go.”


~ by acidted on April 10, 2016.

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