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Lazeraudit - Catnip (Irregular Disco Workers Remix)

Irregular Disco Workers on May 24, 2012 07:47

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HB018 - LazerAudit EP

Ohhh snap! The fabled collaboration sees the light of day! Featuring two rising stars of their respective electronic worlds, this EP sees the hiphop-bassfunk prophet Audited Beats (aka Audit) team up with the young tiger of the Cosmic / Nu-Disco scene, Lazercat. The finished EP reflects their talents quite evenly- Lazercat's classically-honed virtuosity and penchant for 80s Italo records meet head on with Audit's razor-sharp production and dancefloor-ready arrangements.

Leadoff track "Catnip" features skittering, tinkly arps on top of future-proof FM bass and a tuff 808 beat. It deftly crossbreeds warehouse grooves with an atypical modern-soul chord progression to great effect, making for a versatile and unforgettable dancefloor moment.

Italian producers Irregular Disco Workers turns in a stripped-back dub of "Catnip" featuring some seriously pounding beats. He emphasizes the rhodes work and adds an ominous acid line, bringing the underlying urgency of the original to the forefront in fine style.

B-Side "Super 8 Sunset" is a hazed-out deep soul synth workout in the style of De De's classic S+M (Sexy Music). Emotive chords collide with clever drum machine styling and some tear-jerker breakdowns ensure a lot of hand-holding and pre-pillow-talk will be going down amongst beachcombers worldwide this summer.

Homebreakin label boss Neighbour takes the sublime Super 8 and tweaks the groove into slo-mo house mode. Taking some cues from monsters of the scene such as Mark E and 6th Borough Project, our man injects some low rumble and shuffle into the drums, adds an echoing vocal cut, and layers chords and synth lines from his analog arsenal to great effect.

Released by: Homebreakin Records
Release/catalogue number: HB 018
Release date: Jun 11, 2012


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