High energy post to get y’alls Tuesday night started riiight.
Boston Bun goes in on this remix for Maelstrom’s new EP on French label Sound Pellegrino. The laziness of the synths contrasted with the track’s persistent high-end make for a feeling something like futuristic sushi. Check out the rest of the release on beatport ’cause it’s damn near bulletproof. Bright & Shiny favorites include the Hacker remix of “uSSR” and Coni’s tech house interpretation of “House Music”.
This next one from the duo of Polish Berliners known as Catz ‘N Dogz is a Class-A Party Starter. Warped synths ascend as the track grabs your attention, a faint R&B refrain provides added sexiness, and then, all at once, the track is plunged into the low-end: this is where you dance. Check beatport for the just-as-good B-side (a veritable master-class in current bass music), or watch the hysterically cute video below.
To get the crazy flowing, we turn to Brodinski. This is the kind of Boys Noize-esque electro/techno us circa-2006 bloghaus heads fiend for. Simple, effective, infectious, this song hammers out the groove– perfect for the club or a festival setting. For all our Chicago readers, French masters Brodinski & Gessafelstein will be playing The Mid, March 16th, alongside the legendary Treasure Fingers. Get tickets/info here, and be sure to keep an eye on the blog for a chance to win free tickets to the show next week.
Closing out is a track I stumbled upon courtesy of the great Maya Jane Coles. This remix from Paraguayan outfit Wowogueros is an absolute monster. When Ms. Coles drops it on the unsuspecting peoples of Miami, you can see this results: the searing bassline rattles eardrums, the repeated “YEAH”s stirs the crowd into a frenzy; the whole club goes gorillas. Watch below.