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Brett Johnson - Deep As Dirt EP
Brett Johnson
Deep As Dirt EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (State Of Flow)
8,49 €* 9,99 € -15%
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
You can’t help it but dance to this release as the energy builds with each beat leading into some badass drops bound to get the immediate attention of any dance floor. State of Flow Records brings you their second release from Brett Johnson, after the sellout success of their first release. Started by Igor Vicente in 2013, State Of Flow shows no signs of slowing down. State Of Flow started out as a nighttime residency at Fuse in Brussels and has gone onto launch a vinyl only record label.
Brett Johnson - Too Drool For Cool EP
Brett Johnson
Too Drool For Cool EP
12" | 2016 | EU | Original (Giant)
11,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Sing With Me: Much in the same vein of the Mannheim house sound made popular by artists like Johnny D, Nick Curly, Christian Burkhardt etc..Brett’s gives us a deep but driving track centered around an African boy singing. Brett chops the sample up to create a choir of ethereal voices to support the boy’s singing. As the track progresses it takes a left turn into weirdville through some dramatic synth tweaks & sweeps. This track is perfect for anyone who likes to dance standing up, with their head down and first firmly in the air. Speaking Japanese: Many people will tell you learning to speak Japanese is one of the most difficult languages to learn, and they’re right. Lucky for you, Brett has done all the work by translating his message into sound. The core inspiration for this track is based on a sample from a song by Get Physical owner and artist MANDY. They were kind enough to let Brett use the sample and run wild with it. The result is 8 minutes and 12 seconds of over driven 909s, rolling bass lines and a pad so thick you need a fork to eat it. All of this keeps the calm while frantic chatter and out of this world fxs take you to a Japanese after party somewhere in Shibuya.
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