The melodic narrative of Monolink’s ‘Laura’ has been sparked with a techno pulse by ARGY and Omnya.
Existing above the notion of genres of trends and a staunch contributor to the progression of the melodic techno scene, ARGY’s impact has spread far and wide across his almost twenty-year-long career. The prolific Greek artist’s musical output is welcomed across both the underground and mainstream communities; a quality that has no doubt aided in the longevity and success of his career.
Whereas the presence of Omnya, a newly-launched collaborative project of Israeli DJs and producers Ilan Shemi and Maor Tsemah, has already been felt across the underground community through heavy support on their upcoming track IDs. Joining forces in February of this year following a series of solo endeavors, the duo’s impending releases have entered the touring playlists of A-list DJs such as Tale Of Us, Camelphat and Innellea, among others.
The two have now come together to work their magic on Monolink’s ‘Laura,’ which is a part of the German singer-songwriter and producer’s critically-acclaimed sophomore album ‘Under Darkening Skies.’ Out now across all streaming platforms, ARGY and Omnya’s tasteful rework guides Monolink’s refined and cinematic original to a dark melodic techno realm that’s conducive to late-night listening.
Implementing powerfully resonant percussive work and long, reflective breaks, the pair have created an anthemic gem that’s as dance-inducing as it is meditative. Tethered to the roots of its original counterpart through tone and narrative, ARGY and Omnya’s latest release is a masterclass in remix work, opening ‘Laura”s impact to new audiences.
One of twelve impeccable vocal-led offerings on the record, ‘Laura’ served as an emotive preface to the thought-provoking and reflective opus that is ‘Under The Darkening Skies.’ Featuring vocals from Monolink himself, the indie-dance number – and its succeeding cuts – displayed a truly avant-garde essence that labeled the LP his most daring and complex body of work to date.
The release lands on the esteemed Berlin-based imprint, Embassy One.