Monday, 18 January 2010

Onionz - Dancing For The Dead

Onionz must be one of the hardest-working men in dance music – but often I get sent 'bits' rather than full releases, which is great as a DJ but not much use as a reviewer. This, though, is out this week on Endemic Digital, so for once the boy from NYC can get the props he deserves.

So, to Dancing For The Dead. Not the cheeriest of titles, and I'm not really sure why it's called that cos it's an instrumental number, but there you go. It comes in five mixes: the Original plus mixes by Chris Fortier, Justin Steel, Greg Mak and Tom Lennox. They do vary but not huge amounts, all being quite dark 'n' driving and operating in that kind of 'deep meets tech meets prog' zone. Greg Mak's mix just edges it for me, but any of ’em will be conducive to people in darkened rooms gyrating their bodies rhythmically on a special area of floor designated for the purpose.

Out: Now, well yesterday in fact. Fresh as a daisy that's being pushed up as we speak, then!

About: You shouldn't really need me to explain who Onionz is. So I'm not going to. Just, here's his website if you want to know more. And here's the website for Endemic Digital, too.

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