Horixon are Andrew Armstrong and Joe Sambrook. They have known each other for years, but only decided last year to start doing music together “just for fun”, without any real expectation, and not knowing what the results were going to sound like.
Mixing together their experiences has brought out a fresh sounding club-vocal project, with strong songs, and interesting production, referencing 90’s R&B, classic house, a touch of garage, wrapped in beautiful atmospherics.
Croatian-born Petar Dundov was orn in Zagreb in the early ‘70s, his career in dance music stretches back the best part of 20 years, but it’s only in the new millennium that he’s been using his own name for his productions. Over the years he’s graced many of the world’s most prestigious and best-loved techno institutions – including mega-festivals I Love Techno, EXIT, Awakenings and Wire, and cutting-edge clubs like Berghain, Matter (RIP), Womb, Air, Fuse and Space. He counts a longstanding relationship with Belgium’s legendary Music Man label amongst his achievements, an imprint that has also played host to releases by everyone from Jeff Mills (for whose label Tomorrow he created the Sculptures mini-LP) to Green Velvet to Robert Hood.
Following on from the successful ‘Hold It Like I Own It’ release, Horixon have created, ‘Colours,’ another groove-heavy record, with luscious vocals running throughout. Sorrowful strings combined with warm synths create a stirring piece of electro pop. Today, we premiere Petar Dundov’s bassline ramping interpretation of this beautiful package.
‘Colours’ is available 4 September on Eskimo Recordings