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Eko Zu Explodes On The Charts With Docka Records’ Remixes Release

Eko Zu Explodes On The Charts With Docka Records’ Remixes Release
Matt Bolton

The story of Eko Zu & Docka coming together is that of different species – one from outer space and one from Earth – coming together with a purpose to provide to the gift of music better the world for all. As part of their mission, Docka Records has put out a ‘Remixes Only’ release of “Let Me Fall” – debuting on the Beatport charts at #7 (Future House & Breaks), #21 (House) and #23 (Progressive House) releases!
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EKO ZU is a musical trio of the nimble songstress Zu’ri, melody weaver Zu’CH3N, and frequency shaper Z.  Zu’Ri trained her voice to sound the infinite notes of the island birds. Zu’CH3N crafted her guitar from the hollowed trunk a Banyan tree. Z shapes the wind around them, tuning the elastic air into bass frequencies. The trio is known for exhibiting characteristic animal quirks, in endless pursuit of world peace, equality and colorful balls of Yarn. Docka is from outer space, arriving to save the world from its eminent destruction.

The first of two remix packs kicks off with Lenny Ruckus‘ mix transforming into a larger room appeal, with bright vocal atmosphere excitement and a deep & funky breakdown. Omega Squad represents for the West Coast with a funky breaks mix filled with heavy drums and perfectly timed vocal cuts to a grooving bass line. Vibonacci & Starward team up once again for a Docka remix, this time getting you nice and ready for pool side action as festival and Miami Music week prep just in time for this release. The big Miami bass kicks and retro vocal chops get you in the mood along with synthed out riffs to inspire.

IDeaL & JBreak flip the script and turn up the heat with their electro-fied rendition. The bouncy disco like melody and distorted bass pounds along with the clap that slaps your chest as the twinkle of the bells ring puts you in a trance. In line with a perfectly balanced genre menu, Atom Pushers serve up a future bass master piece. Complete with a heavy monstrous bass slap, drums that excite with drive, and a break to highlight the beautiful “Let Me Fall” vocals.

 

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In addition to the remix pack, Eko Zu also released just last week their newest release “Get ‘Em”, which is a wondrous piece that takes the listener on a sonic journey. The ending portion of the track is a beautiful culmination of Zu’ri’s blissful vocals and deep, effervescent basses. With the trio’s unique hybrid of analog sounds, ambiences, and soundscapes, “Get ‘Em” provides a little bit of something for everybody.
Be on the look out for Eko Zu as they are making noise on all angles of the spectrum. They have been endorsed by Sub Pac and produced an official remix for The Glitch Mob with more surprises to be announced.
Check out more Eko Zu magic here:

Docka Records: SoundCloud | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Website

Eko Zu Socials: Spotify | SoundCloud | YouTube | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Website

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