To kickstart the release, Argentina's Index aka Leo Portela
wrote this stunning hot tango-influenced deep house killah: Ojeras Violetas
("violet eyes-lids"), after Sonic360's Chris Allison asked him to inject some elements
of tango into his musical style (seriously funky deep house). With a background in classical music, his influences stem
from Fila Brazilia, Omni Trio, Orbital, to early Chicago techno, drum n bass
and French house.
Next: a classic deep house remix by Gigolo-signed 'vocoder kid' Capri,
of Grammy nominees Kinky's single 'Soun Tha Mi Primer
Amor' (London/WEA Records/Sonic360). Relying heavily on the sexy Mexican-Spanish
murmurings of Kinky lead singer Gil Cerezo, Capri succeeds
in whipping up a totally classy Electro-House gem. Pass the tequila!
To finish off Terminal 3, we salute ambient-breaks masters Pea Green
Boat (Rory Natkiel and Mits Kayaba) from Leeds. Citric
propels you into a sublime ethereal state of consciousness with its warm, rolling
bass melody and their unique, lush sound.
Rob Da Bank (Radio 1/Sunday Best - London) "Love the Index
cut - perfect kinda house and fresh."
Craig/Silicone Soul (X Club/Various – Glasgow)
"Liking this label more & more. Playing the Index track – full support."
Craig Richards (Fabric – London) "The Capri mix is odd but
has really grown on me!"
Cass / Cass&Slide (Various)
"Pea Green Boat is lovely – genius work."
Fink (Ninja Tune - Various) "Indeed the strongest terminal
yet - the Index track is great and will certainly get dropped in Paris."
Ben Watt (Lazydog – London)
"Index 'Ojera Violetas' – superbly produced deep groove, Parisian leftbank flavas
make this a leftfield peaktime curveball!"
Jamie Jimpster (Various – London)
"Without doubt the best yet! The Index track is a peak time scorcher, tried
and tested ay Bug Bar and 93 Ft East – brilliant response. Can't wait for the