When Switzerland DJ, Lemonick creates new material and sends it to friends and DJs, there is a veritable land grab for the young producer’s tracks. New York’s Space is the Place records is proud to kick off 2018 with Lemonick’s tech house compilation, Monza, including two irresistible original pot boilers, along with a very special remix by Dance System.
Already gaining huge support, Jubilee dropped ‘Monza’ on her BBC Radio 1 show between the beloved Eli Escobar and Mr. Mitch.
These two tracks represent Baillie’s unique ability to innovate, while still developing strong yet digestible club music. Each track feels as natural on the dancefloor of one of Lemonick’s numerous international club gigs, as it does in headphone from one of his numerous sets on Rinse FM and Couleur3. Informed by his experience as a DJ, as well as his age and Swiss work ethic, his productions have been loved by DJs the world over, including Teki Latex and Boys Noize.
Listen to Lemonick’s Monza:
‘Monza’, is a flowing, straightforward dancefloor tinderbox that feels simultaneously cleansing and rebellious. The heavy drums and sparse synths manage to build a catchy groove while still bringing enough motivational grit to please any operator. ‘Wheelspin’ builds on the groove and grit that has become the signature Lemonick sound.
Using a sparse set of techno sounds, ‘Wheelspin’ has a set of twists and turns that keeps feet tapping while never disrupting its own groove.
Dance System’s ‘Wheelspin’ remix is a precisely fitting response to the original mixes, and delivers a well-tempered and driving acid take to the original groove. Through these releases you will find that Lemonick is a true representative of the Y generation, as he distills in his music a mix of new ideas and established classics.
Keep up with him on his social media handles linked below.