The Butterfly Effect is a phrase that encapsulates the more technical notion of sensitive dependence on initial conditions in chaos theory. The phrase refers to the idea that a butterfly’s wings might create tiny changes in the atmosphere that may ultimately alter the path of a tornado or delay, accelerate or even prevent the oc- currence of a tornado in a certain location. This resume perfectly well the main intention of this track. Small changes in the evolution and structure in the track result in big changes for the whole dance floor system. From minimal percussive atmospheres you will slowly travel through progressive landscapes and surrounding effects shaping a delicate metaphor of the flight of the butterfly. The Butterfly Effect will be presented with a huge party at Ageha Club in Tokyo on the 11th of October. On this party we will present the track and the great video directed by Daisuke Ninomiya & Hiroo Komatsuzaki which offers the subjective aerial view of a tiny butterfly crossing the super futuristic Tokyo landscape. This is not the first time these two great dj’s collaborate together. Dj Koutarou.A has lately remixed one of Dj Chus’ latest successes Amtrak on Stereo Productions. Koutarou.A is a regular visitor in Stereo Productions and always comes with a music jewel in his hands either as a remix or as an original track. Responsibles for remixing this amazing and delicious track are in this case a couple that have achieved an unexpected success with their last release Dig It!, their debut in Stereo Productions, Pirupa & Pigi. The Italian couple have left an incredible trace among the electronic music community thanks to their amazing brand new techy sound. David Lara is the responsible for the second remix on this release. Suburban Tracks’ boss delivers a cool groovy blend of minimal beats and trancey atmospheres. David Lara has a unique style and he stamps his personal mark on everything he does; deep tech atmospheres, a big quantity of groove and strong beats are his trademarks.
Flapping Wings Over Tokyo