Demetrius – Black Diamonds (Tony Casanova Remix) [Melodic Techno / Black Diamond Records]

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2019 was a big year for Demetrius with the successful release of his debut “Black Diamonds” EP,
several new singles and a remix by Joyce Muniz. Now comes another brilliant remix of the title
track, “Black Diamonds”, from Berlin-based producer, Tony Casanova. It is a dark take on the
original with Demetrius’ melancholic vocals rising over the driving house beat and melodic synth
lines tying everything together.
About Tony Casanova:
It’s probably trippy disco. Or is it just the socialization of which the artistic work of Tony Casanova
derives from? Or might it be the clue, that the world is just flat after all? Identifying genres is so
70s, 80s, 90s. Let’s rather call it a profound sentiment which Tony creates in his DJ and live sets.
He thereby skillfully opens gates to supernatural sceneries and invites everyone to follow him on
this journey. Based in the “Station Endlos Crew”, the Berlin artist personalizes his very own way of
music life.
About Demetrius:
Originally from New York, Demetrius’s repertoire serves up a soulful, retro take on electronica that
perfectly marries his past and present. Reflecting the electronic mecca of his current hometown
Berlin, as well as his Trinidadian roots with occasional subtle Caribbean inflexions, his material
ranges from melancholic, introspective electronic pop to dramatic synth-driven house through to
mystical, progressive house-meets-techno sounds. He has performed in everything from bands to
operas, choirs and musicals as well as ghostwriting for others. He has also sung backup vocals
for both Elton John and Alicia Keys, and performed and released for years as lead singer of
electronic/alternative band Suntalk — recording at the legendary Electric Ladyland Studios in the
process.

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