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Tale of Us

December 11, 2011

After a couple of years of steady spoiling by the likes of The Electric Pickle, Plot, Safe, Link, Treehouse, Sunday School, and Get Lost Miamians have embraced house and techno like it’s our jobs. We’ve had Seth, Deniz, Soul Clap, Art Department, Wolf & Lamb, Mr. Jaar, Damian, and so many others come thru here leaving us hungry for the next house dance party every single week. Sometimes we get the big names and other times our house promoters and venues decide to introduce us to a new act.

Today we would like to put Visionquest’s Tale of Us on your table. Their tracks “Dark Song” and “Winds of Change” will make great additions to your house music collection and are guaranteed to get you hyped for the next party. Here’s some info on the duo:

“Both originally hailing from outside of Europe, Karm was born in Toronto and Matteo in New York, they moved to Milan while very young and this is where they met and formed the working bond that they now share. At the moment they are living out of Berlin an inspirational frontier that is allowing them to enlarge their bonds.Their music and productions are a mixture of new sounds and genres ranging from pop to house, nu/disco to rock with everything in between, music that can make people dance feeling their deepest emotions come alive.

The first full debut release of the duo will be out on ‘Visionquest’ (Label of Seth Troxler, Ryan Crosson, Shaun Reeves & Lee Curtiss) in Spring 2011 whilst tracks already appear on labels such as ‘Barraca Music’, ‘Cocoon’ and ‘Life & Death’. ”

Tale of Us – Dark Song

Tale of Us – Winds of Change

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