Jeziel Quintela & Jquintel vs Jaceo – Tranquille

Jeziel Quintela & Jquintel vs Jaceo – Tranquille

Terraform Records
Tech-house, House
Denver, United States
Release Date: 2011-03-02
Cat No: TF029
Now available globally including
Beatport, iTunes , Amazon , Juno

TF029 - Tranquille - Cover

Jason Blakemore (Fiveleg, US) 5/5 — “Love both versions of Tranquille…  will play!
Lenny Fontana
(Ministry Of Sound/Kult/Stalwart, US) 4/5 — “very cool.. feel it
Dubfire (Sci + Tec/Deep Dish, US) 5/5
Orde Meikle (Slam/Soma, Scotland) 4/5 “cool tech house grooves
Chris Udoh (Tigerhook/Various, US) 5/5 “banging tracks, nice!!
Didier Vanelli (House Nation Radio (syndicated – 30 stations)/Broken Record, France) 5/5 “very progressive deep house track, we love it”
Pete Farmer (RedSeaDance Sessions, UK/Egypt) 5/5 “Floor filling and hits the spot both for Tranquille and Thick!
Pleasurekraft (Pleasurekraft, US/Sweden)  Betport February top 10 Chart “keep em coming and we’ll keep them charting
Armin van Buuren (Armada Music/A State Of Trance, Netherlands) 4/5 – “nice!!

Denver’s acclaimed Terraform Records is proud to present the latest release by production duo Jeziel Quintela and Jquintel. Brothers Jeziel and Jerameel (JQuintel) are definitely house music producers on a quick rise with over 34 releases and remixes in the last three years for labels such as Nettwerk, Ultra Records, Strictly Rhythm, and Pacha Recordings. The brothers specialize in a satisfying blend of big room house and underground sounds, touching skillfully on tech-house and progressive elements. Jerameel also focuses more on the tech-house side on his own under the name Jaceo. Collectively they’ve recently been enlisted to remix heavy hitters Kaskade and Bad Boy Bill but have still found the time to release this excellent, more underground effort with Terraform.

The lead track on the single is “Tranquille,” which is hardly tranquil, featuring a hypnotic bass-heavy groove geared for the floors, a rhythmic female vocal hit pulsating over firm key pads, and choice splashes of reverb at key points. Hints of melody and teasing breakdowns close the deal making this a prime after hours cut.

Terraform’s Fabr.IQ, which is made up of Jeremy Golden and Sven from flagship act Ping Trace, provide their Sunrise Remix which completely exposes a different side to “Tranquille.” A daring half-time rhythm syncopates underneath the house beats as atmospheric pads and arpeggios build over the original’s warm foundation. It’s an epic production that aims to tell a story to the dance floor within its seven and a half minutes.

As a bonus, the single closes out with “Thick” which finds Jerameel recording solo under his Jaceo moniker. This track is THICK, indeed, with funky tribal percussion taking hold over vocal grunts and stabs that will excite late night club systems. A steady bass line pulls the listener comfortably inside just in time to be pulled apart by a massive, building breakdown. Peak time club action on display.

This first Terraform single of 2011 shows that there’s no stopping the renowned label, now in its sixteenth year of releases. Keep your ears ready for much more action from Terraform Records.

Jeziel Quintela & Jquintel vs Jaceo – Tranquille

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