Monday, 15 August 2011

Mr Gil - Stronger EP

Didn't I just say last week that I don't think Low Pressings have put out a duff record yet? Well, here's the latest from the label, and they still haven't.

Opener Crackhouse ain't nothin' but a steady, driving tech-house groove, but there's nothing wrong with that, is there? Stronger itself takes a while to get going, but about two and half minutes in, it explodes into a proper funk-fuelled romp and no mistake guv'nor. And then finally, Take Me Baby is another funk-driven cut, this time nodding cheekily to a certain Lipps, Inc classic in the b-line department and chucking all manner of freaky-deeky synths'n'FX over the top. Quality.

Out: This week on Beatport, and then at the end of the month everywhere else.

About: Mr Gil may or may not be this Brazilian dude, I'm not entirely sure, though it'd kind of make sense. Anyway, you can visit the Low Pressings website to find out more about the label, or just click here to see what they've got to say about this particular release.

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