LOW022 Lee Brinx - Freaky by Lower East published on 2012/04/03 09:46:08 +0000 Having only just announced the details of our brand new Lower East agency, we now look forward to the next release from our very own Lee Brinx. In addition to his duties running the label, Lee has found the time to turn in a top EP that boasts three bass-driven cuts that each display a genuine immunity to categorization, something that we are very proud of. Touching a wide variety of influences, Lee’s Multiple Choice EP has a dancefloor flavour but goes way beyond just club functionality and gets you totally lost in his intoxicating soundscape. ‘Summa That’ comes full of attitude. Punchy drums are soon joined by a full bodied, deep bassline that struts along the bottom end throughout. Subtle melodies build whilst simultaneously merging with warm pads until the entire track is awash in rich colours. Skankified vocals give the track a ghetto attitude, adding yet more flavour and personality. ‘Choices’ picks up the tempo to find itself on more of a deep house tip. A rolling bassline provides the backbone as crisp beats and original whispered vocals by Tina Geru, breathe nicely over the top. It’s a sleek and modern production full of power and energy, equally as perfect for the start of the night as it is in the wee hours. ‘Freaky’ finds Lee in a more reflective mood with a consummately stripped back, vocal-led house jam. The vibe is laidback and infused with plenty of melody, whilst still packing a punch, highlighting Lee’s unique ability to settle into lush grooves and warm, natural tones. Stepping back from his astute A&R skills, Lee provides Lower East with a sparkling EP of his own. And just as he knows how to pick a track for release, so too is he completely on point when making his own. We are delighted to welcome you to Lee Brinx’s Multiple Choice EP.