Review: Here's a big tribal banger that'll certainly be giving the drum heads what they need. Two tracks on this one, with the a-side "Slave Drum Your Face" mix loaded with nasty percussion, seriously sultry female vocals and dark bass hits slamming the groove all over the place. Dark, sexy house that'll certainly bring the floor to climax. On the flip the "Miami Mix" has a more techy, electro edge balancing, out the tribal beats. Pounding, dark house that'll work nicely for the Calderone and Chus & Ceballos heads.
Review: Ernesto Altes and Guillermo Morro made a name for themselves with their productions on Weekend Records and their sublabels. Their debut on DPress Industries came in 2004 with the Fusion EP - an excellent piece of work that put DPress on the international deep house scene. Now they're back with "Matine EP" where they maintain their deep side while combining trance and tech house elements. The B side takes them on their most minimal side, elevating their sound to something along the lines of John Tejada's click house.
Review: "Arcadia" is the much anticipated inaugural release from America's west coast based duo, Gabriel & Dresden. on the flip Ozgur Can adds an even funkier flavour with dubby effects and acidic basslines, complimenting the anthemic a-side perfectly.
Review: Follow up to the massive 'Arcadia' on the Electronic Elements imprint! Picked up by a wide range of jocks again from Sander Kleinenberg to Johan Gielen. Gabriel and Dresden just never disappoint! The track lays out old skool bass and beats that will lead you on a ride to daring heights, and then drop you into peak time euphoria.