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In 30 Sets
- 4 Tracks, 20.47
- 21 Tracks, 4.19.39
- 24 Tracks, 1.30.09
- 8 Tracks, 26.28
- 89 Tracks, 11.26.21
We have to admit it in front: Cocoon loves Harvey McKay! Already his Cocoon Recordings debut on the "Dots & Pearls II" compilation has the finger on the pulse, as it appears to us. Everything should be more orientated to "beat one". McKay follows the return to Techno and strong beats, and delivers a hi-energy package that has no peer.
"Shake" is Techno at its best! Dub Techno elements in a Basic-Channel-style meet kicking, masculine beats as you may know most likely from Santos releases, all united in the meanwhile typical McKay style. McKay is the incarnate Techno beat, and "Shake" is no exception! Given McKay's standards, "Move" is almost a breather. Well, it's still equipped with a mighty kick drum, but everything comes in a little more tranquil. A new twist on McKay, if you want, with a strong Detroit and Berlin flair. Urban, dark, thoughtful and the matching soundtrack for grey city skies on Sunday morning at 7:30h, on the way home from Panoramabar.
With "Mind's Eye", Harvey McKay then returns to his usual style. We hear a dark Tech-House piece with crashy synth chords that remind of the big Slam and Underworld hits. Great vocal samples round up the rave reminiscence in a perfect way!
After years and years of this never ending House revival, McKay presents three fat and peak-time-suitable muscle tracks that transport only one message: PAAAR-TAAAAY!