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We're thrilled to present our 10th release from the much sought-after Greek artist, Ziger. With his recent releases like "Systematic" on Guy Mantzur's 'Plattenbank' and "Circles" on Tash's 'Movement Recordings', both hitting the charts and received high acclaim with many top-DJs, Ziger has been on a roll. For Juicebox Music, he provides his debut appearance with "Razor", yet another fantastic output filled with a bouncy groove, warm atmospheres floating around nostalgic synth-stabs, faded vocals and a memorable melody in the breakdown that's solely meant to feed and gratify the soul.

The first remix comes from fellow country-man 'Simos Tagias', known for his knack of driving tech-house inspired grooves filled with rhythmical percussive layers and gorgeous melodic lines that guarantees to get the dance-floor moving. Gaining recognition with his stellar EP on Nikko.Z's 'Dopamine', his collaborations with Jorgio Kioris on Cid Inc's 'Replug' and Luke Porter 'Temporum' and his well-received remixes on various labels, Simos' is gradually becoming a fan-favorite. Keeping true to his style, he's delivered just that and probably more with his euphoric interpretation of Razor.

To make this release even more special, we've got the much anticipated debut collaboration between two Indian artists on remix duties - Color Ray and Praveen Achary. The two have carved a niche audience with their individual music on well renowned labels like - Proton's 'Particles', Mitch Alexander's 'microCastle' and even our own 'Juicebox Music'. Bringing their best qualities to the table with intricately designed counter-melodies layered over a stealthy groove, while Razor's main parts keep peaking in along the way, their remix takes a whole new direction that we've all been waiting for.

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