Having just quickly risen to one of the hottest tech house labels, Repopulate Mars just celebrated its 50th releases last month. Right after Miami Music Week, the label boss Lee Foss is back again with a fresh new tech house tune with label regular Eli Brown and multifaceted artist Anabel Englund for a squelcher "Brazil." More surprisingly, MK, the legend himself, also put his unique spin on this star-studded release.
A sense of naturalness oozes from the track as the stylish topline, frisky percussion and thwacking snares construct the main room jam. This is a festival house track that lures you in with hypnotic vocal chants. MK's remix is a pacy proper reinvision by emphasizing the tech elements within. Through adding another layer of bouncy synth and deploying the abrasive rhythm, and unapologetic groove underneath, "Brazil (MK remix)" is an absolute peak-time climax record, giving us intense assault. The whole EP is packed with an overall summary vibe, perfect for any upcoming beach parties.
Just last month, we had the privilege of speaking to Eli Brown and talking about the inspirations behind the track. He shared with us that it was a Brazillian sample that inspired him and Lee Foss to create this track effortlessly. "We just found this Brazilian sample. We decided we wanted to write something summery and that's what came out. It is just one of those ones that just came out quite naturally, quite fun without much real thought behind it. The reactions to it have been really good so far. Lee [Foss] has played it out a few times and the audiences seemed to like it," Eli Brown shared.