Synth Babe Records is launching a brand new track every Friday throughout August. The second track is a remix by Mila Dietrich of Ninoosh track Fears Of Life. Mila Dietrich and Anya Trybala (aka Ninoosh) met via email through the Female:Pressure network – a global network for female electronic music producers. Mila is a producer and DJ from the south of France who creates emotional techno and cosmic electro with a love for melodic, ambient, acid, minimal, disco, retro and psychedelic sounds that she weaves throughout her music and sets, creating her own unique style.
The Ninoosh debut EP ‘Town of Two Hundred‘ was launched on June 19 and ‘Fears Of Life’ is the third track of that release. The original is a melancholic electronica song with soul touching vocals. Mila has infused this downtempo track with pop inspired beats and electro synths to bring an edgier tone out. An interesting break with arpeggios and stereo effects has been added in a fascinating way. The song still keeps that nice, deep mode that suits the vocals which has got more reverberation to add space to the sound.
Have a listen to the remix by Mila Dietrich below:
Mila Dietrich recently played at Merci Château Perché Festival in France, check out a snippet here!
Synth Babe Records is launching a brand new track every Friday throughout August and one in September. Babes featured include French producer Mila Dietrich remixing Ninoosh, Melbourne-based artist Ok Sure remixing The Fleurs, Ninoosh remixing Canadian band Vague Notion (launching September 9) and newly signed artist, The Fleurs, releasing her debut track through the label called Desire, with its sensual synth feels and emotive vocal delivery from Stockholm-based singer/producer, Emely Fleur Majrell.
Since launching SBR late last year, founder Anya Trybala AKA Ninoosh has been introduced to an influx of amazing female producers creating innovative music, especially as she has been collecting music for an upcoming compilation Babes of…Melbourne, launching later this year in collaboration with Melbourne Techno Collective, Node and raising funds for the International Women’s Development Fund (IWDA). Future compilations are planned for other cities around the globe, with Stockholm and Berlin as next on the cards.