H2 have been gaining support from some of the scenes biggest names, and with good reason. Their ‘Wild Child EP’ confirms the hype; H2 is becoming a driving force in the electronic music industry. ‘Wild Child’ is a bass lovers dream, full, thick and filthy. The bassline drives the track home and the vocals add flavour. Carrying the bass further, ‘Follow Me’ uses very ethereal vocal effects to achieve a state of mind parallel to reality. The bass hits and the delay takes over, energy rushes the dancefloor. A heavy track for those who are prepared for full on bass immersion. It’s time we slow things down a bit and take a moment for ourselves. Look around the dark room were in, and at the faces of those with us. We smile and appreciate everything that lead up to this moment. This is ‘To Close’. H2 completes Wild Child with ‘Big Things’; a ghetto sounding, booty shaking mid set energizer. Again, H2 utilizes vocal samples and puts delay to good use. An infectious piece worthy of its place among the already impressive EP.
Kindisch just saw the release of ‘Love Handles You’; the spectacular work of Scandinavia’s Deep-House-Queen Adeline. Now she hands the track over and receives a brilliant remix package worthy of the original. American born Camea has music in her blood, coming originally from world-famous-music-city Seattle. After discovering techno in 99′ she quickly took to it, and since then has released on labels such as BPitch, Playhouse, Minus and even Get Physical. For this remix, Camea opens with a decidedly Tech House percussion and develops it with vocals until the break comes with the signature melody of the original. She then takes us on a humid journey with pads and white noise as her best weapons. Norwegian artist Diskjokke takes us immediately under his wing and then pumps us full of dirty basslines and vocal delay. The energy he manages to build here, the anticipation, is priceless and wonderfully crafted. A very techy mix, Diskjokke brings us the deep night in sonic form. Chords, plucks, keys and distortion come together to create a thick slice of modern nightlife. Delete (aka Sergio Muñoz) & Israel Sunshine teamed up in 2010 to become Fur Coat, and the rest is, as they say, history. Brilliant Deep House and funk infused work has brought them here.