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Cramp - Bombay

Release Date
4879 x50 Intricate 12 November 2012
Ilnaz Tarkhanov, Kazan-based producer better known under the alias Cramp, is going to be the next artist to make his debut appearance in Intricate Records catalog. A brand new single entitled «Bombay» is scheduled for release in October 2012 and will include the original version by Cramp as well as two remixes by Fon.Leman and Cosmonaut.

Numerous original productions and remixes released on the most upfront electronic dance music labels including Flashover, Anjunabeats, Conspiracy and Armada Music, constant appearances on leading radio shows such as A State Of Trance, TATW and Global DJ Broadcast plus, of course, full-scale support by top level DJs turned Ilnaz into a global player of the dance music scene. However, Cramp does absolutely not boast his glory and remains part of the Russian electronic producers’ cohort which does the thing on a daily basis and doesn’t plug and promote every minor achievement.

In his debut single on Intricate Records, Cramp presents the full palette of bright sounds which could fit into a 7-minutes-track. Being a dedication to the largest city of India, Ilnaz described the many-sided nature of this land, its stormy and glaring formation alongside with spirituality and humbleness. «After my first visit to India in 2003, I’m still under impression of the country and its traditions, places like Agra, Taj Mahal and Dehli, – Ilnaz remembers. – Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to visit Bombay that time, but I had a wish to dedicate a track to this overall wonderful country, so full of contrasts and mysteriousness. I hope… people who like travelling and discovering new horizons will enjoy this production».

Alexey Fon.Leman, Yekaterinburg-based producer who had a remix duty for “Bombay”, described the original version very precisely: «Bombay» is a quintessence of outstanding emotions. Listening to it is like reading a book and empathizing the title characters. This track has it all: tension, intensity, sadness, hope and drive-filling groove ». Fon.Leman emphasized all these named advantages to an even larger extent, while Cosmonaut spiced the original mix up with extra Indian flavor in his own provocative and bouncy style, because he is a quite frequent guest to this Asian country.