Gil Scott-Heron-sampling acid, a Swiss new wave edit, lo-fi breaks and much more…
Implementing flying kicks on techno 12″s and indulging in rave-driven sensibilities via labels like 1Ø PILLS MATE, Bari-based producer Dona/DJ Plant Texture has been pretty prolific of late. Here he is taking cues from iconic video game series Resident Evil for a freebie furnished with crunchy, lo-fi breaks.
One of the UK’s more peculiar acid producers remixing another right here. Chris Moss Acid rolling out his reinterpretation of a slow-burning Ceephax Acid Crew cut from 1998, doing away with the gradual incline in favour of an up-front and relentless approach.
Wrap your ears around this Gil Scott-Heron sampling, simmering acid number from the Potatoheadz Fantasy 12inch A-Sides series.
By the sounds of the description, Vancouver’s BIG ZEN this was an attempt to replicate a tune he was unable to ID on this one. Not that it matters, however. It’s a nice little house tool in its own right, built on a foundation of deep, heartfelt chords and snappy drum patterns.