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v/a - deadpan ep

artist:
title:
deadpan ep
label:
format:
2x12"
catalog number:
HWARE10W
price:
14.56 €
barcode:
HWARE10W
genre:
drum&bass
release:
2009.03.09. 
note:
out of stock

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* A) Gridlok - Deadpan - Gridlok delivers the title track for the release. Drawing you in with trademark filtered funk guitar licks and a teasing female vocal. The track breaks down, giving you a moment to prepare for the imminent drop. Attempt to remain expressionless when the sub bass churn unravels! A track that will easily find a home in a diverse selection of DJ boxes.
* B) Gremlinz - Frankie Gunns - For the b-side we welcome back the Canadian connection â Gremlinz, with "Frankie Gunns". The soothing intro makes promises of hazy summertime vibes. This is nothing but false hope. The calm is swiftly shattered by hectic amen thunder and a brooding 808 storm. Before you know what’s hit you the damage has been done and you’re left searching for survivors in the wake of this track’s devastation.
* C) Chris SU - The Peak - Next up, to Hungary where Chris SU picks up the baton with "The Peak". Quickly setting the scene with a tight minimal break which filters out into a stomping bass drop that swiftly takes control and continues the forward momentum. But more is to be revealed... filtered percussion skips over the track adding pace before it develops into a more hecticdown and dirty grind. Slick future funk for any dance floor.
* D) Cern - Trinity - The final cut takes us via New Zealand and to an exciting new addition to the Hardware Crew - Cern. "Trinity" brings instant tension with unnerving pad’s and techy bass rasp’s which build quickly to the drop where the drums stutter to a halt to make way for the heavy bass line that suddenly snakes out of the speakers. One to roll out in the mix.
a01. gridlok / deadpan
b01. gremlinz / frankie gunns
c01. chris.su / the peak
d01. cern / trinity
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