JUSTIN MARTIN "Love Iz U high"
FAKE BLOOD "I'm into "Iz U High" and "Why Yo Shoe.." original versions. The Night Drugs mix is good too. It's about time someone addressed the taboo issue of motherfuckers with massive shoes."
SINDEN "Curses mix for me !"
MYD "Les gros pieds de Hugo."
WORTHY "great ep, douster coming correct big time on this one. As well as great remixes too. Will deffinitly be dropping these."
CROOKERS "Dope will play"
VANILLA ACE "Tough sounds, Iz U High will rock some proper clubs."
MIXHELL "Curses does it!!!"
ARDALAN "Very sick! Hard to choose a favorite."
SOUND OF STEREO "Very dope release!"
ROSKA "Original mix is the one for me. Thanks"
SCHLACHTHOFBRONX "So high its a bird, its a plane!"
MUMBAI SCIENCE "Love it ! Full support on Iz U High"
HIS MAJESTY ANDRE "Stone is so mean! I like it. I like also the curses remix."
NT89 "sick one! love this thanks"
ASTONOMAR "Very dope! love all the tracks"
DON RIMINI "Damned What A dope EP !!! I love it"
Savage Skulls, AC Slater, BeatauCue, Tony Senhore, Peo De Pitte, Les Petits Pilous, S-File, A.N.D.Y., B-Ju, Hostage, GoldFFinch, Swick, Slap In The Bass, Moonbootica, Beni, Tom Piper, DJ Tonka, Reset!, The Aston Shuffle, Sharkslayer, Smalltown DJs, Nick Catchdubs, Marcus G (ex-LOL Boys), Blu Jemz, Rytter & Index, Arcade, Toy Selectah, Tomb Crew, Cobra Krames, Larry Tee, Rob (Stereo MCs), Say Dubai, Thee Mike B, Ben Mono, Two Fresh, Golf Clap, Danny T, Jeff Doubleu, MarceauxMarceaux, Costello, Vinyl Richie, Max Le Daron, Lorcan Mak, The Disco Boys, Kurt (Clash The Disko Kids), The Sexinvaders, Elektropusher, Dennis Meyer, Oh Snap, BREAKS lda.
Shox (Rinse.FM), DJ Paulette (DMC World Magazine), Bleed (De-Bug), Jérémie Anticlimax (Tsugi Mag, France), Edward Duvall (SickChirpse.com), Niklas (Discobelle) ...
Asking the key questions of (post-)modern society ...
is a very bold move. Douster is down for bold moves. A passion for strategy and a certain political ambition are at the roots of his struggle to raise awareness thru his Booty House music. So it doesn't come as a surprise to us when he, quite frankly, asks: 'Iz U High'
But not only that. In his art pieces he dares to tackle touchy topics such as 'size' from all kinds of different angles. And yes, he addresses the most fragile cornerstone of our society 'gender'. 'Why Yo Shoe So Big' playfully risks and hence discloses the peaceful co-existence we're almost addicted to.
He wouldn't be Douster though if he wouldn't throw the first 'Stone' to rebuild what he almost tore down. Let's hope he doesn't hit someone's head.
Don't know if you knew, but Curses just came back from the grave recently and we asked him to rephrase 'Iz U High' for us. You can hear his immortal soul. Almost like the sirens singing: Less agitated, more deep - less reproachful, more bass. Mystic Populism? Fuck Yeah.
Damn. Turning all this into something political worked perfectly until Night Drugs brings back the drugs and adds the 2step. So let me sum this up:
'It's still wrong to be high, but it feels right'
- Deep House