When you have a collaboration with as much varied experience as this one, the expectations are set pretty high. On our latest visit over to CONTROVERSIA we are checking out “Come Here”, the latest drop from Tim Baresko and G. Felix. Before coming to CONTROVERSIA Baresko made his name through multiple releases on Toolroom, Sola, Rawthentic, and Atlantic Records, each further expanding his reach. This newfound success allowed Baresko to perform all around the world, including Belgium, USA, UK, Japan, Italy, Turkey, Germany, Ukraine, Spain, Russia, Mexico, Chile, Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil, and his home of France, On the flip side, G. Felix brings with him over a decade of experience as a producer. Through multiple new releases, G. Felix has become the #1 producer in Brazil as well as #56 around the world.
When you’ve been invited to release a track and make your debut on a new label, it is definitely a good sign to have a veteran in your corner with you. While we’ve been diving deeper into the CONTROVERSIA catalog, we’re starting to appreciate the wide range of artists that continue to join and boost their ranks. For example, “Come Here” is an interesting release from Baresko, as it toes the line between underground club music and commercial house dance music that we could hear in a normal radio play. While the single is essentially an amalgamation of tech, progressive, and melodic house, Baresko and G. Felix were able to build out form the house fusion foundation and create something different that feels familiar, but at the same time simple beckons you to “Come Here”.
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