Fur Coat presents ‘The Storm EP’ including remixes via Renaissance
With its melodic-techno and progressive vibes, The Mist is the perfect crossover between underground and soft lines.
After the incredible success of last year’s album Polyphony, Fur Coat returns on the iconic Renaissance with The Storm EP. Including the exclusive tune The Mist, the EP features Nico Stojan and MODEM remixes of Eye Of The Storm.
Released in 2020, Fur Coat Polyphony album has been an exploration for the Barcelona-based DJ and producer. Blending together different musical styles and elements, the album has received great appreciation from the fans. Eye Of The Storm, one of the fans’ favorite has now received two new spins from Nico Stojan and MODEM, injecting ethereal and intimate vibes to the original version. With the two remixes comes also The Mist, an exclusive production for The Storm EP.
I was in the studio working on new ideas for 2021,- explains Fur Coat’s Sergio regarding the new track, – and wanted something emotional, with a positive mood that made people dance at the same time. Although we are still living with restrictions and lockdown, you have to keep the motivation and hope for the better times ahead.
With its melodic-techno and progressive vibes, The Mist is the perfect crossover between underground and soft lines. The intimate arpeggio and faithful main theme collide with the firm arpeggio and clean beat creating a magic soundscape.
Meanwhile, ‘Eye Of The Storm’, which is a 110 BPM sultry, downtempo affair in original album guise, receives the full club treatment courtesy of leading producers Nico Stojan and MODEM.
Nico Stojan needs little introduction, with a long history of releasing on the world’s best labels. The ethereal remix is redolent in his beautiful, deep, electronic style and will no doubt have broad appeal.
Finally, MODEM marks the exciting debut of a brand-new collaboration that sees Julian Wassermann and Raphael Mader join forces to present a concept dedicated to the alternative, yet fast-emerging sound of leftfield house, electronica and breaks. The duo seize their launch-opportunity by the scruff of the neck and deliver two very exciting takes; an arp’d vocal and chunkier, bassline-driven dub. Look out for more exclusive material from MODEM on Renaissance later in the year.