2019-05-15T12:45:39-04:00 2019-05-15T12:38:08-04:00

Jako Diaz finds his groove with "Endless Walls" via Erick Morillo’s podcast 'Subliminal Sessions'

Jako Diaz launches "Endless Walls" 13th May on Erick Morillo's Subliminal Records, the music brand that is "responsible for bringing cross-over dance hits and underground records to DJs around the world." Diaz joins an elite roster of originals and remixers alongside Danny Howard, Marco Lys, Prok & Fitch, Eli & Fur, Doorly, Harry Romero, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Steve Angello, and more.  "Endless Walls" is the opening track on Morillo's radio podcast show "Subliminal Sessions #111"  from 11th May, followed on by a Claptone track. 

"Endless Walls' enters the room with a slower, pensive, expansive, exploratory kind of sound that wouldn't go amiss on a soundtrack.  With planetary deep bass and latin beats supporting the arpeggiated trumpeting notes;  the piece would easily fit at an Ultra Festival stage somewhere in the world.   

This track can actually be found on Subliminal Soul, the sub-label of Subliminal Records. It sits beside the other label in the group Sondos, which represents a more Latin, tribal, techno angle. Subliminal Soul focuses more on the tranquil, chill, soulful, deep house, reedy vocal releases with commercial value. Jako Diaz features prominently in the direction of the "Soul" label, with a release "Parallels' in 2017;  vocals by Shyam, and Remix by Harry Romero. Diaz was declared one to watch in this genre on the label's website, by boss Morillo himself.  In that Diaz represents a vibe in this area, proven also with his previous releases on Spirit Soul Records, notably, with Nu Disco release "Ready To Fly". 

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Dance · Deep House · Electronica


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