It’s incredible that these two early progressive house pioneers are back with another remix which in my opinion rivals their breakthrough ‘Need to Feel Loved‘ remix from 7 years back. Adam K. & Soha met almost 2 decades ago in junior high through the love of music and played in several bands together before the two split up to harness their musical powers in university. The two soon reunited in 2006 to form their Adam K. and Soha project finding success rather quickly with their progressive house classic ‘Twilight‘ (Beatport #2, Essential on Pete Tong’s Radio 1). Things only got better for the duo from there. They had a string of successful remixes of huge artists such as Kaskade, Deadmau5, Markknight, Benny Benassi and Tomcraft in the following years as well as some very successful singles and Eps such as ‘Long Distance‘, ‘Circadian Rhythm‘, ‘Questions EP‘, ‘Save Us Now EP‘. They’ve received support from all the biggest names including: Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, Carl Cox, Above and Beyond, Ferry Corsten, etc. Unfortunately the two split in 2013 to pursue solo careers but have recently reunited this year following mass support of their older work across all the music platforms.
FWLR and Kinley‘s ‘Never Coming Home‘ receive the Midas touch from the progressive house veterans this time around. Adam and Soha don’t waste any time having the listener engaged from the very get go with blissful chords and ambient vocal atmospheres all complimented by subtle instrumentation and Kinley’s rustic vocals. The choruses are all that you’d expect from these production geniuses and more. It’s simply astounding the way these two can consistently produce classic chill sounding chorus melodies the way they do. Eclectic synths open up and close serenading the listener as they sing along to the chorus. The song builds and drops in unorthodox ways truly setting it apart from so much of what’s out there these days. ‘Never Coming Home’ Adam K. & Soha remix is a fantastic and more importantly meaningful composition that will become another progressive house staple and eventual classic to add to this production duo’s vault of timeless music.