Joris Voorn enlists the studio talents of Canadian studio wizard Tone Depth and rising Dutch star Mees Salomé to rework two key tracks released on his ‘\\\\ [Four]’ LP late last year. Voorn’s fourth album saw the Dutch supremo utilise the ‘90s as his theme and source of inspiration. From dancefloor weapons to lush laid back experimentations, the album is held together by his passion for timeless melody and groove.
After debuting on Filth On Acid with his breakout EP ‘Equivalence’ Mees Salomé has gone on to sign with Weiter, Days Like Nights, Green, and Ton Töpferei. His event brand, Distant began some years before as a podcast but has proved so popular he now fills 2000+ venues and hosts guests such as peers Ben Böhmer and Tinlicker.
On his remix of ‘Ryo’, a song written for Joris’ youngest son, Mees Salomé applies his warm deepness and attention to detail (which got him noticed by Voorn and others in the first place). The resulting remix is a wondrous excursion into the realms of deep house and tech. Building gracefully, the melodic elements, treated with the utmost respect, reveal a satisfying melancholy sonic hug.
Joris Voorn on Mees and his Remix: ”I’ve been following Mees and his music for a few years now. He has a unique style that’s both musical and driving, the perfect combination. His remix for Ryo fits that description perfectly. I’ve been playing this out for months now, and every time it brings a smile on people’s faces.”
Today we are happy to bring you the premiere of the beautiful remix from Mees Salomé on Ryo. Just picture yourself at a festival with all your friends and close your eyes to enjoy the melancholic ride.
Joris Voorn – Four (Remixes Part 3 incl. Tone Depth & Mees Salomé) [Spectrum / BMG]
Release Date: 19-06-2020 // Buy