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Orquesm – Architect Of My Destruction

Release date 27 October 2014

 

Press play on tape and feel this special Orquesm vibe that catches the crowd within two seconds. Architect Of My Destruction is a magic journey into yourself which starts with mooving feets and builds up to raving hands. You can´t talk or get a drink while this track is playing …you just want to listen and dance, PURE ENERGY! Propelled on the other side needs a Mix-In and builds up to a Tech-House bomb with a catchy stab sound and is free of all cheesy elements you would expect if not Orquesm was the artist. There a one million artists with awesome music out there, and then there is Orquesm, outstanding and unique …but you must find them!

Biography

 

Orquesm are a dutch production and deejay outfit from Amsterdam. The duo Jeffrey Bakker and Michael Ulrich started out in the early nineties, deejaying at places like the legendary Waakzaamheid club & Renaissance nights in their Homeland – The Netherlands – and played with many well known deejays in loads of clubs all over Holland.

So its no surprise that these strong roots, have given them the ability to make such great music… Orquesm productions are not easy to label. They like a variety of styles; Techno, Minimal, Techhouse, Progressive, Deep House. All productions have a strong rhythm drive as a basis.

We are proud to have their very first release out here on Unvirtual-Music named “Deepartment Of Chill-Tech E.P.” back in 2009. They currently have over 20 releases (own productions) out on Beatport on many different labels. Their productions are featured on many compilation albums and they have done remixes for multiple artists and their tracks have been remixed by many producers as well.

One guy once said:”if you wanna dance listen to housemusic, if you wanna travel while dancing, listen to orquesm.

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