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Furlonge - All You Ever Knew (feat. Franklyn Gaye)

Viper Recordings on August 11, 2011 03:54

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    ‘All You Ever Knew’
    Viper Recordings

    Released 19th Sept 2011
    Beatport/Viper Shop Exclusive: 29th Aug 2011
    Cat. No VPR038
    12’’ vinyl and download

    1. Furlonge ‘All You Ever Knew’ (Feat. Franklyn Gaye)
    2. Furlonge ‘Reach Out’ (Feat. Katie Alley)

    Straight from the off, this track hits home with a cannon of original standout sounds. Kicking off with a rhythmic bongo loop and group hand claps alongside 80’s pop synth’s, this lays the foundation for the incredible vocal, which layered over the opening production sounds some way between gospel and soulful reggae. Once again (and due to Furlonge’s track record this is no surprise) the vocal is an instantly memorable, smile-inducing classic. At the drop, the track rolls out with robotic future dub electro bass and bleeps, sounds snaking around the rhythm track as the vocal reverbs in and out. With this track, its fair to say that Furlonge has deconstructed the essence of dubstep, intertwining his own retro / future influences until the final record sounds like nothing else around today. Some will love the pop nature of some of the production; others will sing along to iconic vocal and bounce to the warmth of the bass. Everyone will smile. A boundary pushing pop bass masterpiece.

    Released by: Viper Recordings
    Release/catalogue number: VPR038
    Release date: Sep 12, 2011


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