12.5.08

inside of you



Today, another treat from a member of the Shinkoyo crew. Severiano Martinez, better known as Seve, has recorded numerous albums, collaborated on countless projects, made horror films, and published a book. A renaissance man if there ever was one, Seve also used to DJ quite a bit under the name of 7ev3, and his mixes are totally impeccable and prescient of the mash-up, remix-heavy atmosphere of today's party world.

"The Sound of Violence" was originally performed and released by Cassius in 2002. With the sex-infused vocals of Steve Edwards, who seems to score perennial hits like his "Together" collaboration with Bob Sinclar, Cassius created a monstrous track that echoes in bedrooms and basements even now. 7ev3 essentially stretches the track, editing it ever-so-slightly so that we get eight full minutes of electro-house brilliance. At about 128 bpm, this remix of "The Sound of Violence" is perfect peak-time material, almost certain to send a dance-floor into a sweaty mess of ecstasy. Too catchy for words to describe, and very highly recommended-- since I don't usually say this about French electro-house, you know I'm not lying! A truly sexy track.

Cassius- The Sound of Violence (7ev3 Mix)

Tomorrow, a left-field disco remix from the likes of Mungolian Jet Set.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can you please do a re-upload on this one?

paypal said...

This is such a great edit..Im so bummed its no longer available