We’re happy to launch a remix for our single “Talk to me“.
We went as far as Azerbaijan to ask the electronic music producer Gurban Abbasli to remix this track for us.
Listen to an extract of the song here: http://soundcloud.com/missoworld/talk-to-me-gurban-abassli-extract.
You can download this remix FREE via our Facebook page.
Just click on our “Enter our world!” tab and click on our remix visual! (For fans only)
Gurban Abbasli is an electronic music producer from Azerbaijan. He was born in the town of Shaki, whose amazing mountains, nature landscapes, and ancient history influenced him towards producing chillout music. He started to produce electronic music in the chillout genre in 2008, using ancient sounds mixed with the urban beats and deep spheres that he loves to use in his music. In his tracks, he uses Azerbaijani Mugham and its elements with Blaban leaks, which are the main ethnic and folk music of Azerbaijan. After the “Signals To Humanity” chill out album, which was released in 2011 by “Green Sky records”, Gurban released the progressive house “Talk To Me” EP (Old Sql recordings) in which he used also balaban woodwind instrument mixed with progressive soul. The new chillout Ep “Passion Moments” from “Abora Recordings” is released in 2013.
Here’s the story:
“One night I entered “Talk To Me” in the search bar of Google and I stumbled on an electronic music producer from Azerbaijan, who just released a track with the same name. We liked his production quality, and so we got in touch. This has finally resulted in a remix of “Talk To Me” from Miss O. It’s exciting to have a progressive house version of one of our songs!”
“I really love the vocals and the deep atmospheric style, so I’ve watched the official video a few times.
Making this remix was nice because I like the original track so much. I discussed some parts of the remix with Jan, but Odette and Jan stimulated me to keep my own sound and signature. The result is a progressive house remix with big room elements, which in my opinion adds interesting colours”