Artist: Moshic Feat. Joe Elbaz
Title: Feed My Soul
Label: Lost & Found
Cat No: LF025
Release Date: 15/01/2016
Moshic is a man that has been making music for many years now and flying the flag for the music scene in Israel. His music has always been on the darker, more moody side of house and progressive music and always of the finest quality. Moshic has now landed a very impressive release on one of my favourite labels of 2015, Lost & Found.
As you would expect from Moshic, if you have listened to his music before, the original is filled with tribal beats and some great bass lead moodiness. The track features some delightful eastern wind instrument samples and warm melodic keys that fill the track with a beautiful emotion that never strays too far from the deep moodiness that keeps this track firmly rooted. The breaks are filled with a stunning key arrangement and a slight key shift before those low end kicks and bass rumble your ears once again with one of the most mesmerising male vocals I have heard in a long time. Moshic has created a truly outstanding melodic soundscape with this track and one that will be rooted in many DJs collections for some time to could I would imagine.
When the boss of the label, Guy J gets his hands on the original he has taken the track in a slightly different direction and more aimed at the dance floor. The track is still very much a moody progressive number but he has chosen to pick up the pace slightly and added some proggy stabs and only chosen to use snippets of the original vocal, creating more of a dub sound. I really love the keys Guy J has used in the second break which helps to lift the track nicely into a stunning melodic dream like place.
Both very good tracks in their own right and I like what Guy J has done here but for me the original is the one, as that vocal is simply sublime.