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Fade Records releases a new record from a upcoming talent to watch for but does Micah meet the high quality standard?

Micah feat. Jaidene Veda – Come From (Fade Records)

Micah is a newcomer to EDM the scene and a new name for most of you, he hails from the great white North or as I like to call it “Canada”. He was scouted from mp3.com by the great producer Chris Cowie and his career has taken off from there. He has teamed up with Nicolas Bennison for some future releases that are on the way and hopefully Bennison can teach him new thing, as well as work with the amazing talent that is Micah.

Micah feat. Jaidene Veda – Come From (FD040) (Fade Records)

A1. Come From (Original Club Mix)
A2. Come From (Blue Noise Remix)
B1. Come From (Nick and John Dalagelis Dub)

A1. Come From (Original Club Mix)

The original mix begins with a slow tapping beat, which leads you into this simpler house track. A groove then joins in and it gives you that funky feeling, which is always a good thing in my book. The vocal comes in about half a minute later, it is nothing fancy either but so many vocal tracks are done poorly these days, that you thank your lucky stars that this is done well. The vocal tends to hang out, near the background but it moves to the middle at some point, I’m not quite sure at what point thought. The vocal is sultry but it tends to keep things simple, which is a great thing because I’m sick of overhyped and overdone vocals. Some will catch on to the vocal and some won’t but it shows the promise that Chris Cowie saw in Micah, when he plucked him off of mp3.com, a few years back. Micah will certainly be one to watch in the future.

A2.Come From (Blue Noise Remix)

I don’t know that much about Blue Noise but I shall talk about the remix that he did. This version is much quicker at the start, the tapping is sped up. The backing riff here is much more dirty and has more grind. The vocal comes right in for this version and it seems to have more force. You wonder what Blue Noise did to the song, you then reason that he allowed the vocal to have force. The riff changes the track completely, I think for the better and gives it such a new and different direction and it gives you variety, which is the name of the game, when releasing vinyl. The track is much darker compared to the first mix and it is well thought out, just like the original mix. I don’t know who Blue Noise is but he did a great job with this mix. The remix gives you a more club style version to play.

B1 – Nick and John Dalagelis Dub

What would a vocal track release be without a dub mix? I’m not sure but I think it would feel a little empty. The dub mix makes more use of sound effects and it gains this eerie feeling and it is really dark. The vocal is not clear here and it gives you that dub feeling because when the vocal is used, it is muffled and the rest of the time, it is just the track elements. The beat used to back this track, is probably the best part about this mix because it gives “Come From”, such a different direction. This should appeal to the people who hate vocals because it uses so little of the vocal.

Another well done record, I’m not a big fan of the dub mix because it seems trapped in a deadend at times but the original club mix and the blue noise remix are so well done that the record should not be overlooked. Micah will be another of the many producers to watch for and only time will tell, if he gets big.

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