The latest release from Just Movement welcomes Juan Sapia back to the label for a new EP. Hailing from the progressive house hotbed of Buenos Aires, the Argentinean artist has been on a steady rise since first appearing in 2017. Releases for Beat Boutique, Or Two Strangers, Plattenbank, Sudbeat and Soundteller highlight his well-kept discography. Now fresh off a remix for 3rd Avenue, the Hernan Cattaneo favourite lands on Just Movement with ‘Radian’ alongside remixes from Navar and Stage Van H. Beginning with ‘Radian’ Juan explores the deeper spectrum of progressive minded house. Its warm, fluid groove is perfectly contoured, adorned with finely tuned percussion, placid atmospheres and subtle shades and tones. A cascading theme highlights the main break, veering into timeless territory, before its quirky allure pulls you back into a meditative state for a smooth finale. The companion piece ‘Antiphon’ continues the deep, driving ethos of its predecessor with a rolling groove, lively rhythms and waves of delicate percussion. Hopeful from the outset, the piece flows through tranquil atmospheres and peaceful arps, before a dreamy break advances the narrative with emotive moments. The lone interpretation of ‘Radian’ is provided by Navar who makes his label debut. As one of the underground’s most creative talents Navar has shaped a sound all his own. His soulful qualities and organic design have led to signings on Guy J’s Lost & Found Records, Hernan Cattaneo’s Sudbeat Music, Cid Inc’s Replug Records and Belgian Events brand EDGE. Now making his first appearance on Just Movement, the Dutch artist dials in a rousing rendition of ‘Radian’. The eight-minute journey is pulsating and fluid with wobbly grooves, delicate motifs and organic designs spearheading the charge. Otherworldly and emotive in equal measure, it’s underlying message is profound, transcendent in nature and reaching the subconscious of even the most discerning listener. The release concludes with Stage Van H returning to the label and providing the lone interpretation of ‘Antiphon’. The Dutch artist has long sat at the core of the Greek imprint’s roster, with a smooth, melodic sound that has become synonymous with the label. Now returning once again, Stage provides a gorgeous take on ‘Antiphon’. Anchored by warm beats and chunky bass stabs, it’s a glowing arp which eventually fades to prominence. Immaculately crafted and hugely emotive, it evolves effortlessly into the main break, as blissful melodies meander through a hazy backdrop, before smoothly transitioning into a radiant finale. It rounds out what is a stunning release from three of the progressive scenes most trustworthy names