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Liquid Tek Vol 1 is the latest offering from the legendary UK underground dance label, Liquid Records, and is the mutant brainchild of label DJ, Lurk. Always seeking fresh ground, and never wanting to confine themselves within one genre, the Liquid crew are constantly looking for new directions in which to take the label, whilst remaining true to their psychedelic roots. Liquid Tek Vol 1 is the first in a series of releases that aims to melt genres together and deliver quality dancefloor material to the masses. The emphasis is on unearthing the best new talent and taking the more established producers out of their comfort zone in order to keep things fresh. Vol 1 takes big bites out of techno, electro and progressive house, chews them up and spits out four chunks of groovy goodness.
The EP rumbles into life with “Cushin’ for the Pushin’”, written by Dick Trevor with Tongue & Groove. It's a smooth, techno roller which grabs your mind’s booty and gives it a good shake, pulling you in with crisp production and a deep atmosphere. The next track is Atomic Drop's "Sneaker Freak", better known for their electro house monsters, here they're they're wearing their freaky tekhouse sneakers. They tweak it right up, using a tight percussive groove to build momentum before a glitched-out break launches you into a fully immersive final run. This brings us to the outer limits of "Slab City", written by newcomers Tongue & Groove, who evoke memories of Platypus Records in their hayday, while retaining a contemporary progressive house edge. With a bassline thats very much true to the track's name, it's guaranteed to work the dancefloor hard. Monk3y Logic are on hand to deliver the killer final blow with Sentient Stereo. Rising stars of the electro scene, their original take on the genre is taking dancefloors by storm everywhere their music is played. If tracks carried wallets, this one's would have "bad motherfucker" written across it; rinsing techno and electro together it provides the filthiest of endings to the EP.
1. Dick Trevor + Tongue & Groove - Cushin' for the Pushin'
2. Atomic Drop - Sneaker Freak
3. Tongue & Groove - Slab City
4. Monk3y Logic - Sentient Stereo
Mastered by Colin Bennun @ The stOOODio.