Prepare your senses for the delightfully upbeat harmony of Suspect 44. Teasingly not revealing their location or who they are, the mysterious trio have been landing incredible releases on Particles, Songbird, and Anjunadeep. Going to work on a breaks tune called The Spirit & the Harmony by Denmark’s Schodt, the team knew just how to deliver a therapeutic progressive house version full of emotional pads and catchy basslines.
Impressing the likes of Jaytech and James Grant, earlier this year Suspect 44’s delightfully naughty tune Japanese Schoolgirls made it onto Anjunadeep:03. With the kind of stomping beats you would expect to find on such a prestigious compilation, this tune is pure bottled bliss. Finally, if I may share one more of their amazing compositions, their tune Hold Me sets the mood right with funky guitar riffs and sensual melodies.