|1.||"Wicked Bitch Witch" (feat Marcellus Pittman)|
Formerly seen performing mixing duties on a clutch of Sound Signature mixtape CDrs along with the one 12" drop on Theo Parrish's label, the man known to some as H Fusion and others as Howard Thomas makes an overdue return - helming the sixth release on the increasingly on point Fit Sounds imprint. Lead track "Wicked, Wicked Bitch" features assistance from another Fit Sounds acolyte in the shape of Marcellus Pittman, and is one of those raw, off kilter examinations of the Detroit sound - all detuned keys, underplayed percussion and sudden deviations into moments of pure Motor City emotion. From here, proceedings go curveball with "Morocco" a suitably titled exploration of beatdown that uses all manner of North African tones and percussion as its influence, whilst "Eradicate Me" is a relentlessly shifting exercise in chopped up, sparsely delivered Detroit electro rhythms.
Lee Holman, Gaetano Battista, Marcello Napoletano, Hernan Cronner, Eamon Harkin, Mister Saturday Night, Ksoul, FabioDellaTorre (Minimono/Bosconi), Jay Simon (Must Have Records), Femanyst, Juno Recommends Techno, Seahorse & Castle, Tommy Finger Jr., East Soul Person
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