The bassline growls and throbs throughout this track, giving it in-your-face toughness. Buzzes scramble about with heavy synths that bring a darkness that has you on the lookout. Testing for Item 9 has failed and all traces are to be purged.
The hats shake and that low end bass bakes. With the percussion sprinkled about, this groove is cooked. We all have our own flavor and we all have our own groove. This track let’s us know that it doesn’t matter what planet we’re from, we all have our own “drums.”
Ugh oh…someone is in trouble. Is it the guy trying to come up with the “what had happened was…” excuse? Or is it the person listening to this on speakers that push some heavy bass. WARNING: This track has that disco-dump low-end.
The driving bassline and tough hats underlay lush atmospheric pads. The shimmering hats glide throughout the ascension of your lift off. You are past Mars and headed to Jupiter. Shavonne Nichole’s super sheen vocals guide this cosmic journey and she doesn’t want to let you go.
A smooth and slick remix that is straight and to the point. This funky house release is both mysterious and uplifiting. The heralded head honcho of Moulton Music delivers a re-shaped vocal line that filts through a cutting bassline. As usual, Homero does not dissapoint.
This remix has a razor-sharp bassline that swells in and out of rhythmic vocals. It’s a rework of respected Onur Ozman’s original track that is taken in a different direction. The rugged, emotional groove is coupled with soft, evolving strings played by Sonya Ur in the break.