Next up on Hooj, high quality house music from Aphasia in the form of 'Acapulco'.

Leo Lipsztein, a DJ and producer of quite some standing on the New York scene, is Aphasia, the man behind the stirring cut, 'Acapulco'. His previous collaborations with artists like Jas (whose own releases on Hooj drew a slew of top drawer comments and support) have steadily won him fans over the years, though 'Acapulco' is easily his career highlight so far.

Remixes come from Chris and Kai and their alter-ego The Naboombu lining up alongside Sean 'Q6' Cusick (one half of the legendary Second-Hand Satellites and quality artist/ remixer in his own right) to provide three diverse alternatives to Leošs original. From the anthemic peak time madness of Chris and Kai's mix to the deep 'n stepping electro tones of the Q6 interpretation right through to the sparkling progressive sounds of the original and finally on to the tech-tweaked wiggle of The Naboombu's re-rub of bonus cut, 'Say Hello' ­ this is a serious package of serious music.

Already included on James Zabielašs critically-acclaimed 'Sound In Motion' compilation and drawing his 'tune of Summer' accolade in DJ Mag, this is just the start of 'Acapulco' and Aphasia's ascent.

Written & Produced by Leo Lipsztein
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(p) 2003 Hooj Choons
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