Nana gets the master touch from Berlin DJ/ Producer, Jerome Isma-Ae.
Jerome Isma-ae has one of the most unique and distinguished progressive sounds, combining influences of trance and techno. His distinguished drum patterns and rumbling basslines made him one of the highest-selling and most sought after progressive acts on the scene today.
Jerome is also a magician when it comes to remixing other people’s tracks. Having made Armin’s ‘Feel So Good’, Above & Beyond’s ‘Hello’, Paul van Dyk’s ‘I Don’t Deserve You’ and Maor Levi’s ‘Reflect’ massive club hits around the globe.
The Munich native has now reinterpreted the tones of ‘Harmonia’s irresistible ‘Nana’ and is set to be another massive dance floor hit. We are not saying this just to hype it up. We have seen it rocked the crowd when local DJ, FXH, dropped the track during the recent Transfix event at Zouk.
Even before the release of the remix, the track has already garner support from the very best DJs around the world. Ferry Corsten first played it in his radioshow, followed by Armin van Buuren in his world famous, ‘A State Of Trance 764’ radioshow. Then the flood gates opens with Above & Beyond, Photographer, Markus Schulz, Solarstone, Gareth Emery and Cosmic Gate all featuring the remix in their own radioshows and podcast.
Keeping the track’s drum-centric rhythmics clean between his mix-crosshairs, Jerome nudges the tempo, intensifies the bass, jangles the percussion and zooms in tight on ‘Nana’s progressive tendencies.
Looping & modulating its summery Afro-funk vocal, he channels its exulting sub-Saharan chants into a spiritually uplifting conclusion that – floor-side – well, you may never completely recover from!
Orkidea – ‘Nana’ – the Jerome Isma-Ae Remix here today through Beatport