Colorize’s Colorscapes Returns With Volume 3, Mixed By Matt Fax, Dezza And PRAANA
Colorize’s renowned compilation series Colorscapes returns for its third volume on September 24th, once again featuring three stellar DJ mixes from Matt Fax, Dezza and PRAANA.
The trio put a spotlight on the most exciting acts coming out in the worlds of progressive and melodic dance music, with 29 of the 41 tracks unreleased.
Colorscapes launched in 2019 with mixes from Dezza and Matt Fax who played a series of shows in London and Amsterdam in support. It returned for an exquisite second volume in October 2020 with the addition of elusive duo PRAANA to the lineup, and while the Covid-19 pandemic put live events on hold that year, the Colorscapes Tour will make its first visit to North America this Fall.
Dezza and Matt Fax will be marauding across the U.S.A. and Canada playing some of the finest underground venues across the two nations to celebrate the release of Volume Three.
Starting on September 10th at the Treehouse in Miami, they’ll be joined by fellow Colorize acts Estiva and Bandēs for select dates that will see them stop in New York City, Houston, Seattle, Calgary, Edmonton, Phoenix, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver, and more.
Colorscapes Volume Three features contributions from a host of household and upcoming names in the progressive music world. In addition to exclusive originals from Matt Fax, Dezza and PRAANA themselves, label regulars like Estiva, Sound Quelle, Boxer, Tommy Baynen, Deeparture, Braxton, Jackarta, Heard Right and more grace the album with exciting new productions, while we see acts like Westseven, Shahin Shantiaei, Damate, Kozua and LAR make their bow on the label as well.
The three mixes each feature the unique flavour of the act behind the decks; Dezza and Matt Fax each champion their unique brands of progressive house across their unmissable mixes, and PRAANA’s breaks-influenced sound shines across their mix along with the addition of spoken word from renowned British philosopher, writer and speaker Alan Watts, who was responsible for popularising Buddhism, Taoism and Hiduism for a Western audience.