Ezequiel Arias & FOLGAR – Dreamlike feat. Paula Os

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Argentinian producer Ezequiel Arias returns to Anjunadeep for his first stand-alone release on the label ‘Dreamlike EP’. He debuted on the label with his stellar track ’Solar’, featured on Anjunadeep 12, and since went on to collaborate with Simon Doty on ‘Requiem’. Ezequiel’s districtive progressive house style has seen him become a staple on Hernan Cattaneo’s Sudbeat label as well as releasing on Suara, Replug and Plattenblank.

Opening the EP is title-track ‘Dreamlike’, a collaboration with fellow Argentinian FOLGAR and Chilean vocalist Paula Os. Next up is ‘Esperanza’ featuring rising melodies whilst ‘Modern Memory’ features synocopated synths. ‘Watercolour’ closes the EP and demonstrates why Ezequiel has been supported by Hernan Cattaneo, Nick Warren and Eelke Kleijn.

Release Date: 4th May 2022

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