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Craig Williams, Charles I - Increase The Doses (Original Mix) (Preview)

discobelle on April 02, 2014 19:54

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    Los Angeles based producers Craig Williams and Charles I bring us their first EP off Discobelle Records with three tracks that ooze dark techno deviousness.

    Title and opening track "This Is It" is full of syrupy bass grooves and textured
    FX to tease the last bursts of serotonin from a 6:00 AM crowd.

    "Increase the Doses" plundering bassline and stabbing synth work creates a multi-textured fabric of sounds and is built for peak time warehouse parties.

    Last but not least, "Work" is a heavyweight tech house cut, complete with shuffling snares rolling throughout and choppy strategically placed hypnotizing vocals.

    This duo takes recognizable elements of electronic dance music and subtly transforms them into something new altogether, the result is more than the sum of its parts.

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    Released by: Discobelle Records
    Release date: Apr 8, 2014

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