|2.||"Mirzoza's Dream" (6:47)|
|1.||"Mirzoza's Dream" (Kuniyuki remix) (8:35)|
Jimpster's Freerange has been sitting at the top of the UK house music food chain since the late 1990's, and the label has featured everyone from Guillaume & The Coutu Dumonts, to Detroit Swindle, and Manuel Tur. However, while they've always delivered the big guns, they've also been known for exposing new and interesting talents, such as their latest finding, Clavis. The newcomer kicks his catalogue into gear with "Banza", a late night jam with a hummable synth bleep running through its system, and "Mirzoza's Dream" follows with a more anthemic, more progressive approach thanks to its vast landscapes, circling piano keys, and fast house beats. There's a Kuniyuki remix of the latter as an offering on the B2, and that transforms the tune into a more driving, punchier bullet for the dancefloor.
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