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Slam - System V System [Soma345d]

soma on July 23, 2012 12:58

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    Slam - Old School Jams For The New Republic

    1. Slam - Primitive Sound
    2. Slam - System V System

    Slam make a welcome return with 2 monster tracks bringing us Old School Jams For The New Republic.

    Having just released 'Collecting Data', their compilation of singles and remixes since 2008, the duo now unleash 2 fantastic new productions on their home label Soma. Slam have pretty much defined the techno and tech-house scene emanating from Glasgow and the UK for more than 2 decades. This latest release is their first new music to be released on Soma for quite a while after much of the Slam catalogue was remixed and released for last year’s 20th anniversary of their imprint.

    'Primitive Sound' delves straight in at the deep end and is dedicated to the dance floor. Simple yet effective drums power through with intricate rhythms leading into a looping synth line which increases in intensity, leaving heads banging and fists pumping!

    'System V System' fondly reminisces, laying down a classic Slam sound, while also revealing a darker side. The powerful low end moves you and is augmented hauntingly by a pad line that creeps up your spine while remaining rooted within the realms of peak time techno.

    Slam push tirelessly into the future with this release and continue to show why they are so highly regarded within the global techno and tech-house scenes!

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    Released by: Soma Records
    Release/catalogue number: Soma345D
    Release date: Jul 23, 2012


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