I’m absolutely tearing through Laurent Garnier’s excellent book Electrochoc at the minute, and out of the heaps of classic tracks name-dropped throughout, this one was a particular favourite. It’s deep and has shades of Detroit in the pads, and the ever evolving acid lines take you on a real journey.
Finally got around to recording our first mix today. With coursework and going out over Easter as well as some travelling the two of us have been flat out, thankfully the first mix is a tasty one.
Went with a generally acidic vibe on this mix but nothing too heavy. There is a new Four Tet remix from me (Raymond) thrown in the mix too for good measure, expect more of our own tunes on the blog and in mixes in the future, hopefully have some signed too if we’re very lucky.
Over the next while we’ll be continually putting our own mixes up alongside guest mixes (If you’d like to send us a guest mix hit us up on our email) with each mix falling into either the banger or mash category. You can probably guess what sorta tunes would fit in each one. This one’s fulla bangers.
Lake Haze – S.M.H.
Palms Trax – Sumo Acid Crew
Dircsen – Encounter
Da Posse – In The Heat of The Night (Black Madonna’s It’s Called acid Mix)
Amazing acidic tune from Matrixxman released on Dekmantel Records back in February. One of those tracks that has a melancholic melodic aspect that just loops over the course of the track and you never seem to get tired of it. One of those records that can fit any time of the night (or day.)
Pure progressive vibe on the track too as elements are subtly introduced over the course of the tune. Makes for a really good Friday.