Hasan Mogol – Euridice EP [Perspectives Digital]

Hasan Mogol – Euridice EP [Perspectives Digital]

Hasan Mogol – Euridice EP [Perspectives Digital]

by September 9, 2014

The 28th release on Darin Epsilon’s Perspectives Digital features the debut of Hasan Mogol to the label.

Born in Germany but now residing in Turkey, Hasan’s hypnotic brand of tech house has been spawned from a diverse range of influences that include Sven Vath and Sasha. His most recent work has earned support from world renowned DJ Hernan Cattaneo who showcased two tracks on his Resident Delta FM radio show. Hasan’s debut EP for Perspectives is titled Euridice and comes with four brand new original productions.

The mesmerising rhythms of Euridice lead the release off in fine fashion. A warm, groovy foundation along with laser-like lines carries the track to the main break where a quirky lead comes to life. After a stretch of mind-bending modulation, the lush groove makes a tasteful re-entry and pushes the track to a thrilling conclusion.

The second composition Fictional finds Hasan focusing on a driving, dancefloor-oriented construction. Its dubby rhythms and gigantic bass swells carve out an exceptional groove and the tension-filled breakdown is the icing on the cake.

The EP’s third selection Anachronie shows an even deeper aspect of Hasan’s production arsenal. Its rolling basslines and spacey electronics make it the trippiest selection on the EP and should delight the ever-growing populous of nu house aficionados out there.

The fourth and final selection Prolepse closes the EP off with a deep, late night vibe. Its lush textures and panning tones are undeniably hypnotic and the cinematic pads deliver an airy elegance which exudes class. It puts a perfect cap on the EP, which is undoubtedly the best work of Hasan’s surging career.

Four tasty treats for the discerning dance floors of the World.


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