Jack Hodinson – Breathe

Need to take a breather from mr Hodinsons last track, ”Magnet” at 130 bpms?

This time he puts the needle to a spin at 126 bpm’s, naming his track ”Breathe”. With a darker, deeper feeling, this track is intended to be a bridge when you want to move from house to progressive.
Kinda like Julien Jabre’s ”Swimming Places”. It’s a long track but somehow it keeps its interrest all the way through. And that’s not an easy thing to do.
He also makes use of the formula of 66 percent.
The drop with the piano at this point just makes it start all over again with a bang but yet subtle. Impressive. Maybe he’s a friend of mr Eric Prydz?

Jack Hodinson himself says:
”The project of Breath began with the vocal and then I created the melody and the bass line. I wanted to create something different with my own touch and style so i decided to add a piano melody in the second part of the song to give her a sort of a new dimension.”

To refer his track as ”her” makes us wonder what his lady does att 66 percent 🙂
Maybe she need’s to take a breather too?

Buy or Stream: http://SouthsideRecordings.lnk.to/Breathe
Beatport: http://btprt.dj/1EuFTNy
iTunes: http://bit.ly/1BKgHDU
Deezer: http://bit.ly/1A7pX0U
Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1xgAQA5
Google Play: http://bit.ly/1qMiuVb

Supported By: PDGFM, Pelle Eriksson, Andi Durrant, Bobby Deep, Flash Brothers, George Von Liger, Neil Moore, Roman Alexandrov, Ron (Notable Dance), Adam Turner, Bo Risky, CeCe, Dj Boerni, Dj Cult, Dj Frisco, Dj Ocaso, Italian All Stars, Jerem A (FR), Johan Dahlqvist, Madrix, Martin Eriksson, Mazza & Martinelli, Thorpish, Joe Elias, Southside House Collective

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