The first Novotek RAW SERIES reviewed at The Leaving Scene. The support from this Californian blog is a step forward for Novo Music label, reaching the American public.
“I have to give thanks to this track for providing a beautiful moment in my life. I was driving down Fulton Street in San Francisco at about 11pm on my way to a party and hit a stop light. At that very moment the track came on and the bass started bumping (literally), and I turned to my right to see a cyclist smiling at me. He proceeded to dance alongside me while riding his bike for about 5 blocks until we parted ways. Two humans, one groove. It was beautiful.
So the thanks should really go to three individuals, being the artists involved in producing this song. 1000Smiley Faces and Angel Mora’s work on the original “Bloody Mary” showcases an uplifting, piano-drenched solo-banger. By “solo” I mean I’d be more likely to two-step half-naked and alone in my room while listening to it than on a dancefloor. David Labeij comes in for the kill on the remix, starting things off with extreme bass (the kind that gets people outside of your car dancing). The vocal repetition and drawn-out string arrangements bring intensity and a rush that has to be felt rather than explained.