Jay Tripwire and Boddhi Satva joined forces to bring us Dema, an infectious deep house production on a techy edge featuring African chants and wicked synth chords. The tune rapidly became a worldwide hit and was licensed to Mixed Signals Music for Deep End Vol. 01 mixed by one of the world's most renowned house music Dj's and producers, Jon Cutler. Due to massive demand, Dema is back with a set of remixes not to be missed.
To kick off the pack, Lars Behrenroth (from Deep Shades of House Music Show/Label) steps in and takes you on a journey to the deepest grounds of house with his signature deep/tech sound. The second mix of the pack is courtesy of Chi-town-born and Detroit-raised Delano Smith, a lush deep-house interpretation featuring emotive pads and mellow keys over a rumbling b-line.
After massive support gained from his remixes for All Things Praise and Say Goodbye, as well as his own production Cisco Bay, Steve SoulBasics returns to Grooveland camp. Departing from his unique soulful and latin-tinged style, Steve goes for a deep yet uplifting rub built around the bassline form the original mix and featuing massive keys and synth pads.
Rounding the pack, Martjin, who had some of his productions released on Subwaysoul Music, and Jota Wagner from Lunatic Jazz Records, present us with their own interpretations of Dema, the first on a minimal tip; the later on a uplifting jazzy take.