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Avior "Above The Clouds"

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Source: Cenital Music

The second release of Cenital Music comes from Avior, a passionated producer and Deejay from Widnau, St. Gallen (Switzerland).

Above The Clouds EP’ is a constellation between classic Deep House tunes and modern Tech House music. It's first track which bears the name of the EP is the classical style of its artists and is driven by rising arps, soundscape and mysterious vocals.

With the second track called Grow Up one has gone back to the roots of House with a recognizable chord riff played on a Hammond B3 organ.

With the last track called Tribal Groove with the talented guest Laborious Bell one immediately thinks ofthe whipping winds over the African dunes in combination with the fine chants of a primordial tribe.

Definitely, a superb EP perfect to get on fire the dance floor!

Short Facts

2017-09-20 (Juno)
2017-09-06 (Beatport)
2017-09-20 (Traxsource)
Cenital Music (Juno)
Cenital Music (Beatport)
Cenital Music (Traxsource)
CNTL002 (Juno)
CNTL002 (Beatport)
CNTL002 (Traxsource)

Tracklist (EP)

1 :
Above The Clouds (Original Mix) (08:36 / 123 BPM)
Tech House (1) (3)
Deep House (2)
2 :
Grow Up (Original Mix) (05:05 / 123 BPM)
Deep House (1) (2) (3)
3 :
Tribal Groove (Original Mix) (05:32 / 120 BPM)
Avior, Laborious Bell
Tech House (1) (3)
Deep House (2)

Biography Avior

Jan Biasi - also known as Avior - was born in 1996 and is a passionated Producer and Deejay from Widnau, St. Gallen (Switzerland). He first came in touch with with music in an age of 7. His father is a passionated musician and plays several Instruments such as the legendary Banjo or Bass. Inspired by him, Jan also wanted to start creating music so he started taking acoustic Guitar lessons. A few years later was time for a small change due the young musician was getting even older. In 2005 he switched over to the electric Guitar until 2011 when he quit the private lessons.

After a year of recovery, the still young musician came in contact with Electronic Dance Music (EDM), Progressive House & Dance to be precise. Thus, he came in touch with the according videos such as Tomorrowland and huge Ibiza Partys and this was the moment which aroused the interest for Deejaying in his soul. Because the young guy already had experience in music things, it was easy for him to learn the art of spinning decks.

Few months later, he had his first gig in a local bar, which belongs to a friend. The party was awesome and nearly 300 guests decided to make this evening memorable. Later on in time, about a year later, a new life began for the young man – he started the apprenticeship as a Web Developer in St. Gallen, so he had to quit his freetime activity.

In the meantime, he met new friends and came in contact with Deep House music for the first time. It was a this kind of feeling again and he evolved a big love for this kind of sound. Later on, the young developer met a new person and he never thought that this person would have a so large exposure on him. At a certain time, he found out that this friend also was a House DJ a long time ago and would like to restart with music again – but with Deep House. Captivated by the musical love, they agreed to found a new Deejay Duo – “Nightsphere & Faithness” was born.

The first official booking in this constellation was in 2014 at Bogarts in Lichtenstein (Austria), together with a top-class Deejay – “Dean Polijak”. Since they convince with their live performance, they received a lot of bookings in St. Gallen, Zurich with Deejays from Keep on going Zurich or Spinnin Decks, and even bigger events. Subsequent, in Winter 2015 to be precise, the passionated Duo won the #2 place at the “Swiss Music Awards – Best Newcomer DJ”. What a success for them! But everything took an unexpected turn in Spring 2015: Faithness, my friend decided to quit music due to temporal and personal reasons and Avior was born as a solo act.

Cenital Music / Deep House / Tech House

Tech House
165 (100%)
160 (96%)
Deep House
158 (95%)
94 (56%)
41 (24%)

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{do the hip!} // house • minimal • techno

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