Miami bass-flavoured electro, poolside disco, muscular techno and much more…
Dutch veteran DJ Overdose whips up one of the best free downloads we’ve heard in a while with some expansive and mesmeric electro. Cerebral electronics meet Miami bass propulsion.
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Menacing and muscular techno courtesy of the Opal Tapes mainstay. From the ominous atmospheres and surging bass on ‘Fetid’ to ‘Fragrants” tightly-wound drum programming and luminescent pads, Patricia sure knows how to weave texture and emotion into his productions.
Buenos Aires duo Carisma serve up the 78th instalment in I’m a Cliché‘s free edit series, transforming the creepy-come-sultry spoken word intro on Meatloaf’s ‘You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)’ into a haunting DJ tool.
Poolside disco under the influence of some potent tranquillisers, embellished with reverb-soaked electric guitar and glistening synths.
“A single take jam recorded onto tape using an MPC1000, some samples, a synth and a TR8 Drum Machine. Young spice take you on an endearing journey with a touch of nostalgia and earnest conviction. ‘Waves’ feels and sounds like a fond reflection on good times and an appreciation of humble human feelings. This one ain’t for the club, it’s for afternoons at home, or commuting to work, best served on headphones, or on your home hi-fi system.”