Shiloh – Pathogen

Shiloh serves us a beautiful slab of summer Progressive that sounds best at full volume in the car, with the windows down as you enjoy the breeze.  Warm pulsing synths, sweeping chords, and an anthemic melody builds all around you until you are bathing in a gorgeous soundscape of bliss!

C-Jay slows things down with a Deep House Remix that focuses more on the percussion and low end.  It has a really nice groove to it, and still features some pretty sounds.

Indepth darkens things up with a galloping bassline, harder drums, and moody undertones.  Things brighten up considerably for the breakdown as the melody shines through like exploding sunshine, and then it drops back into hard and dark beats.

Pedro Aguiar offers up a relaxed House version with a deep bassline, and some harder percussion that contrasts nicely with the smooth melody.

Patrick Carrera & Enrico Sangiuliano provide a Techno Remix with a booming bassline, and delicious filters.  This Remix keeps changing in lots of little ways that keep your attention all the way through.  Just as you think you have a sense of it, another twist is added for a banging good time!

  • Original Mix
  • C-Jay Remix
  • Indepth Remix
  • Pedro Aguiar Remix
  • Patrick Carrera & Enrico Sangiuliano Remix

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Shiloh – Run Away

Baroque celebrates 10 years by releasing Run Away from Shiloh!  This is my favorite Shiloh release to date, and Baroque describes it as “a massive bubblin slab of tech, vocal sampling house heaven.”

The Original Mix is a nice blend of Prog House and Tech House with female vocals singing “I Run Away, You gotta live your life, I don’t wanna return. ”

The vocals are layered with effects that make them sound really nice, and accent them in certain parts of the song for a fuller effect.  They match the mood of the music perfectly, and the whole song is a smooth ride.

Gorgeous atmosphere on this one, with lots of little sounds and accents.  This will definitely be one of my favorite tracks for some time!

My favorite remix is by an Irish producer named Ryan Mullin.  He makes it even more beautiful with brighter sounds and a real uplifting but groovy vibe.  Killer remix, so I’m gonna have to keep watching this guy for more good music!

Beat Factory takes it in a deeper direction with a chunky bassline and slick production.  This pulsating version of the tune will be more appealing to those who like their grooves a little darker, and with a more serious vibe.

  • Original Mix
  • Ryan Mullin Remix
  • Beat Factory Remix

You can preview and purchase all the mixes on Beatport.