All eyes seem to be on Russia right now, whether it’s the World Cup of the stream of music making a way out of the country, each are both as entertaining. Shiza is a fresh imprint which has just released their third EP, with an original ‘K-Dance’ coming from Sapurra. It takes strong influences from Biceps huge hit ‘Glue’, however the sampling is done well, as a slower and breaks inspired track progresses with ease into what is a real sunrise spectacle.
The label welcome Defaultman with the first remix, which sees slight flurries of Acid creep in and out of a mellow and rolling edit. Like the original, this production really develops as time unfolds, with deep reverberating synths taking control as intricate hi-hat patterns lock in around the kicks.
Maintaining their Russian theme throughout, Anton Kubikov, who has released on a serious of solid labels including heavy weights Kompakt, rounds off the EP with a more tech and minimalistic approach. Rich grooves see you out over warming and deep bass line, bringing to a close what is an impressive collection from the Russian label.
You can grab a copy of Sapurra’s release, ‘K Dance’ here