Having built up a name for himself thanks to his vocal remixes over the last decade, this rework follows suit and contributes a new take entirely towards the popular Adriatique track.
He's taken original vocals from Delhia De France and placed them within a pumping beat, using a bassline from the outset to set the upbeat tone.
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Coupled with the building synths and vocal, tension builds until a brief moment of silence, before another build in tension breaks into a more melodic soundscape.
"Konstantin Sibold offered quite some time ago to do a remix for us," explain Adriatique. "As ‘Home' might be a difficult piece to re-interpret, we immediately thought of him. Also, he is not someone which takes on a lot of remixes and does not release music week after week.
"Konstantin is very particular especially when it comes to his mix-downs. We are glad to have someone like him on board who puts so much time into his craft.”
"While this dance-floor weapon is made for big floors and big crowds and you’ll probably hear it at many festivals this summer, it still preserves an underlying songwriting beauty which also qualifies it for “home" listening," adds Sibold, reflecting his thought process behind the rework.
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Sibold became resident of Stuttgart's Rocker 33 club back in 2009, where he launched his event series 'Common Sense People', involving names such as Helena Hauff and Levon Vincent. Since then, he's played a plethora of parties worldwide, including stages at Awakenings and Amsterdam Dance Event.
Konstantin Sibold's rework of Adriatique's 'Home' is available everywhere to listen to now - check it out here.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag's Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter