Tag Archives: dj slevin

[House] Close To Monday – Religion (DJ Slevin Remix)

The indie electronic scene has always been a melting pot of innovation and artistic expression, and Close To Monday stands as a beautiful example of just this. Their recent collaboration with DJ Slevin on a remix of their single “Religion” exemplifies this spirit of exploration and creativity.

DJ Slevin’s creates a bold reimagining that pushes the boundaries of electronic music. He melds the pulsating energy of Close To Monday’s original sound with his own unique style, putting something together that’s a great blend of his own sound while maintain the core of the integrity of the original. The fusion of synthesizers and robust bass lines in this remix creates a solid emotional journey. Listeners are invited to dive into a world where freedom and choice are not just concepts, but palpable experiences.

The track unravels like a revelation, urging hearts to sync with its frenetic rhythm. This remix is a confluence of diverse electronic elements, each contributing to a distinctive atmosphere.

Close To Monday, an European Electronic Rock band, has been a notable name in the indie scene. With albums like Interference and Secret Wishes clinching top spots in the Deutsche Alternative Charts, they’ve proved their mettle. Their music videos, such as “Guns” and “Split,” have been lauded at international film festivals, further cementing their reputation.

Their collaborations with icons of the electronic music world — AKA AKA, Biicla, Dirty Doering, Mollono.Bass, Ron Flatter — dot their story with great milestone and prove their longevity and talent.

The essence of Close to Monday’s music is encapsulated in their philosophy – it’s a guide for those on a journey, either within themselves or through the world around them. Each track is a ‘photo of feelings’, capturing moments and emotions that resonate universally. The band’s name itself is symbolic, evoking the fleeting serenity of the last moments of weekend bliss, just before the reality of Monday dawns.

Close to Monday goes above and beyond the call of duty. It takes listeners across borders, through a spectrum of emotions, offering a sanctuary where serenity and reality coalesce.

 

Related items: