The Land of Dance has no borders. Fuck that Donald Trump shit – we’re not about putting up walls either. Whether focusing on the freedom of movement between adjoining nations or a metaphor intended to represent a record label’s broad music policy, we can get behind it. Arriving with endorsement from ghetto house pioneer DJ Deeon and backed by a supporting cast of Seixlack, Andrew Red Hand and D’Marc Cantu, Da GobliNN is the latest to enter the LOD with a raw, unbridled debut.
Today we’ve turned our attention to the D’Marc Cantu rework, where Da GobliNN’s elasticated original has been transformed into a slice of tightly-wound acid techno. Working like a giant hammer over a proper system, the acid line simmers beneath the surface while volleys of cymbal and drum slam in perfect synergy. It occasionally threatens to lurch into a frenetic cacophony, but the Crème Organization regular channels any seemingly irrepressible energy into his finely tuned arrangement. Seems like there’s order to be found among the chaos after all.