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Bordertown - Havin' A Party [Get Twisted Records] April 7th

GetTwistedRecords on March 12, 2014 17:12

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    Split between Bristol & London, duo Bordertown have firmly established themselves in recent times, with releases on heavyweight labels such as Toolroom & Nurvous. A perfect fit to Get Twisted Records, Bordertown’s Love & Other Drugs E.P is the complete package for DJ's & music lovers a like.

    The opening track on the E.P "Never Leave Me", is an infectious straight dance floor filler. A throw back to 90’s house, it serves up an offering of crisp percussion, beautifully combined organs & a classic house piano. The introduction of the vocal really sets this track alight beautifully implementing suspense throughout its cleverly arranged builds and emphatic drops.

    Having A Party oozes energy from the get go, with cleverly chopped vocals and an infectious piano lick leading the way. Then comes the horny stuff, the monster bass line reminiscent of the speed garage era takes full effect. A Rip roaring sub melody combined with cleverly placed counter bass notes makes "having a party" a sure dance floor filler. A re introduction of the house piano accompanied by some classic breaks gives the track a new life and a chance to breathe before you’re hit by that sub sonic rumble once again.

    Rounding off the E.P, is "Love You", a straight underground foot shuffler. Its memorable bass tone is perfectly balanced amongst warm pads, thumping kick and rolling snare. Accompanied by its infectious hook line the words "I can love you" will surely stay in the listeners mind long after the track has ended.

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