Creeper in its Original form sees Grayson and Lee operating in familiar is-it-house-is-it-techno territory, consisting primarily over a simple clip-clop rhythm and pulsing synth b-line, atop which an array of atmospherics compete to drag you and your head off into strange inner worlds… one for those small-hours, locked-on times on the dancefloor.
On the flip, meanwhile, the Waifs & Strays Remix features slightly housier percussion and an array of different vocal samples, many of them heavily treated, and would be more obviously filed under the tech-house banner.
Whichever mix you opt for though, this is solid booty-moving business aimed fair and square at the dancefloor.
Out: This week
About: Creeper marks another outing for Deepgroove on Tim Sheridan's Veryverywrongindeed label, where they've made several previous appearances. You can find all the usual social media links at the top of the home page… but scroll down as well cos I just noticed they posted a review from iDJ that I wrote as well. Which is always kinda nice.