Fairly archetypical Systematic bizniss here, so I guess what you think of it will depend on what you think of Marc Romboy’s label generallly. But if the label’s particular brand of techy house-come-housey techno is usually up your street, then this will be, too.
Teer is presented in three mixes: Edit, Quenum Remix and Rodriguez Jr Remix. The Edit bounces along in a not-making-a-show-of-it kinda fashion, and is topped off by an intriguing, if slightly incongrous-sounding ba-da-ba male vocal. Quenum’s rub is more overtly techno-flavoured, with an almost cavernous amount of space to the production and a more industrial kinda sound palette, while Rodriguez Jr goes for stuttery, bumpin’ riddims that wouldn’t sound out of place in a Derrick Carter set, and some luvverly Rhodes (er, I think) stabs.
But I’m over-complicating matters. Basically if you’re a Systematic fan (which I am, by the way), you’ll dig this… mos def and end of.
Out: This week
About: What bit of this being on Marc Romboy’s Systematic Recordings imprint had you failed to glean from the above? And so to their website and Soundcloud page.
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