“I guess producers are looking for something new to do. Something where they have a bit of space to breathe"--Jacob Martin aka Hodge and Outboxx
which is why The Future Sound of Bristol is... house music
“The good thing about taking influences from house music (again)... is that bad house music is most definitely already out there. 4x4 was bastardised a long time ago, so it doesn't even have to be considered that it's going to be ruined by scenester monkeys, as it's already happened a thousand times over. It's not a new thing [to do], it's just more a welcomed resurgence.
Hang on, i thought produces were "looking for something new to do"?
this is confusing
it's like people don't know up from down, left from right, new from old
hyperstasis, aka the uni-linearity of music-as-progress goes haywire, topsy turvy
what's it sound like? well if you've managed to retain any long-term memory (and i know it's hard in the endless digi-now recursive churn) it sounds a bit... familiar
s'nice enough spose
not a straight 4/4, a bit of a broken feel in there
reminds me a tiny bit of that Giant Steps NYC dude Viktor Duplaix
a tiny bit, that's all
"right in the middle of you is where i wanna be"
dirty git that Viktor