Yes it's a Premo cut and I genuinely could not give a shiny shite about how predictable it is — I will always love his sound. Varying quality of Slaughterhouse's verbals (Crooked I - ace, Royce and Ortiz likewise, Joe Budden - hmmm overrated much?) is the only problem, but this is still going on my mixes all winter.
Six-track EP from Mexico-based imprint Disque Discos, who’ve brought in the likes of the excellent Fabrizio Mammarella, Theus Mago, Rodion and more to contribute to this horror-themed, nu-disco release. Some buoyant, techier moments keep the EP afloat, but standout cuts from Fabrizio Mammarella and Nino Del Oro unmask a darker and more appealing side to their production.
Berlin house stable Exploited Records show here they're not immune to the kind of epic melodies that are infiltrating the genre at large, and Adana Twins get in on the progressive action with their remix here. The solid house groove perfectly meets an electro bassline, while the melodies are all hands-in-the-air. Epic, groovy and fun in equal measure.
I respect producers whose work keeps you guessing; those dudes who seem to like to try and wrong-foot you at every possible integer. Kloke is very much one of those guys and his new 12” for Sub Squared manages to twist itself in five very distinct and different ways. A four-part ambient drone piece? Check. Raspy bass-heavy techno that doesn’t give in all hope and draw to butcher the Amen break for no particular reason? Check, thank fuck.