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Pop / Rock 03/09/2021

A New Remix Of The Rising Band 'Close To Monday' Track Underlines The Validity Of The Band's Claims To A Place In The Sun Of The Electronic Music Industry

BERLIN, GERMANY (Top40 Charts) A new remix of the LP's star track 'Time' by a rising European band 'Close to Monday' emphasizes the validity of band's claims for a place in the sun of the electronic music industry. More recently, the pensive, magnificent sound of the reworking of the band's track "Time" from the wizard of melodic techno-house Ron Flatter broke into the dance floors opening after the pandemic. And now, a little more than a month later, we can listen to a new reading of the LP's lead track of this electronic music duo. These are energetic vibes of the creativity of the famous techno house guru Dirty Doering which is a permanent headliner of numerous electronic music festivals and founder of the label Katermukke. 'Time', the remix, is now available on all streaming platforms via .

As we can see, the masters of blowing up the dance floors immediately fell in love with this original sound of 'Close to Monday', which sometimes resembles the legendary 'Depeche Mode'. And it should be noted that not only musicians, but also critics highly appreciated the tracks of the album, recorded, by the way, exclusively on synthesizers. The tracks of their debut album could be heard in more than 50 radio shows this summer. And during the first weeks after the release, the first band music video became the winner in the nomination Best Dance Music Video at two international festivals in Rome and London.
Close To Monday's original opus of 'Time' offers a journey of introspection for the listener; an emotive downtempo cut which highlights the band's mastery for synthwork. With the aim to communicate a 'photo of feelings' to their audience and provide a relatable narrative with their music, the tastemaker collective intertwine serenity and joy with the awareness of reality.
Existing between the realms of melodic techno and deep house, Dirty Doering's edit of 'Time' takes on a new identity from its counterpart. His perspective is a refreshing look at the original, giving a dynamic charge to the main theme thanks to the unique combination of used beats which results in a decisively alternative listening journey!

"The original track TIME was born in Rome, known as the 'Eternal City'. The walls and streets have witnessed so many events that this city can actually be associated with eternity, with the inevitable but constant passage of time. Time often scares people, especially those who do not know what to do with it. Time is not our enemy, but our ally. And Dirty Doering caught and absolutely accurately conveyed our attitude to time! Life is not the number of hours allotted to us. But life is an endless stream of impressions and feelings! Which, by the way, we tried to convey in the artwork of our remix!" - Close To Monday

Formed in 2019, burgeoning Synthpop collective Close To Monday champions a nouveau strain of indie-laced Electronica for the contemporary audience. Launched by founding member Alex, who released two instrumentally-heavy solo long players -- "Perfect Music To Watch Color Dreams" (2019) and "Satisfaction" (2020) -- the project channelled his desire to achieve sound perfection through the immersive sensibilities of experimental Electronica. In 2020, the one-man-band evolved into a duo, welcoming the inclusion of vocalist Any and debuting their union with 'Interference' in April of this year. The LP proved to be a raw and rebellious offering, receiving staunch support from industry peers and audiences alike, and subsequently holding a second place position in the Deutsche Alternative Charts (being in the TOP 10 for eight consecutive weeks); standing as the only representative of independent music across the full chart. Another of the album's shining successes was track 'Step By Step' which made it to #1 in both the LRDR Radio (France) and Klangwald Radio (Germany) charts.
Having won awards for 'Best Dance Music Video' at the International Music Video Awards (2021) in both London and Rome for the video counterpart to their 'Interference' cut 'Guns', it is evident that the outfit are pushing their artistry beyond the boundaries of music alone and into the much wider world of art.

For over a decade now, Dirty Doering has been enriching the house and techno landscape through his direct and energetic production output, as well as his warm, groove-driven DJ sets. Over the years he has turned out a high number of consistently excellent and innovative tracks that are filled with unique sound design elements, fresh melodies and plenty of dancefloor drive.
Dirty Doering is the founder of the electronic music label Katermukke. He is one of the brightest representatives of the German electronic music club scene!

"As you can see, this is an absolutely futuristic artwork made in the modern style of fractal geometry. The magic wings of a butterfly in space symbolize for us the infinity of life as an endless stream of impressions and feelings of each person." - Close To Monday

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