Deeflash and Ed Unger are back with Love Reigns down. First seen on Sounds of Summer 4, Love Reigns Down blends killer vocals with a deep tech house vibe. Included in this release is a stellar new remix by Jarvis and a radio edit for those of you on the go. Don’t miss out on this gem.
From the Tastemakers
- “Jarvis killing it with that house remix – I like the breaks breakdown as well – Great vocal and presence on the original as well – full support” – Retchid (Technocolor Sound Recordings / MK837 / Kick It Recordings)
- “Really love!” – DJ SaF (Sesque Music / Crossworld Records / Boiler Underground Records)
- “Javis remix rocks.” – Katzo (NuLabel / Multi Vitamins / Datagroove Music)
- “The Jarvis remix makes nice subtle use of that classic 303 sound, and the break beat buildup was a gorgeous touch.” – Swanky Jones (ClubBender / Sound Mind Media)
- “Jarvis Remix is really cool!” – Chris Harrington (Uncovered)
- “This is a stellar release w/ great vocals. Very catch. Jarvis Remix has it all though. It immediately comes out with the acid line and then w/ the huge break beat mid way through. Really liked that a lot. All three tracks were great and this has great potential to be a chart topper. Sounds like Unkle – ‘Reign’ , or something similar- which I love.” – DJRYAN™ (FitRadio)
- “I love the energy of the Jarvis remix.” – IannaI (Raveboy Records / MK837)
- “Nice track could use thus in a deep house set and has an interesting break breakdown around 4mins in.” – Corey Pryor (Former Newsboy)
- “Unger’s voice is so cool in Love Reigns Down, with that grungy raspy sound. Telling someone love is coming down on them, never sounded so good so pissed off.” – DeyHota (Christian Commuter / Sunday Morning Mashup / Spreaker)
- “Deeflash is one of those artists that is pushing through in a big way. This release is a testament to that. The style and elements in it are undeniably epic.” – Tim Bunch
Chris “deeflash” Reiche produces his own flavor of tech house, breaks, and progressive house, he has released on labels such as Deeplife Records, MK837, and Uncovered. Chris founded MK837 with his buddies Dave Richards and Kevin Oneel. The goal was simple: create a label that honored the label/artist relationship and focused on respecting the artists and building artists up.
In 2012, Chris released a full length album titled “Sunday Panic” that showcased his talents for creating deep electronic music that still has a place on the dance floor. He then worked with Dave Richards on their J&M project and they released a full length album titled “Masks”, a nine track journey through dark and gritty indie progressive tech house on a classic tip.
Deeflash can be found monthly on Ustream with Preacherman broadcasting their Tapestry nights, a monthly live event featuring some of the best tech house, techno and deep house on the market today. He also has an ongoing series of tutorials on Ableton Live and Maschine available on Youtube.
About Ed Unger:
Ed Unger has been driven by his passion for music, creativity and business. It all began at age 11 with the saxophone, an acoustic guitar and a life changing trip to Australia at age 16. By high school, he had been writing songs, playing guitar, bass and singing with bands. His influences ranged from obscure local rock, punk, industrial and attending raves in the mid 90’s while exploring solo music production, programming drum machines and bass lines to play guitar and sing at clubs and coffee houses.
Currently, Ed Unger is working on new remixes, acoustic guitar / vocal solo material and providing project management, web development and business solutions to clients. Ed’s music has been heard around the globe, featured on Matt Darey’s Podcast with releases on MK837 Records, Deeplife Records and Gratitude Productions.