Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Huxley – Let It Go

And from Deso, we move on to Huxley, who last week did such a fine job of remixing the former's She Loves Deep. This week, he steps up in his own right with an absolute MONSTER of a house tune that, if there's any semblance of decency left in the world, you'll be hearing from now till Xmas.

“An emotive cut which duly warrants the oft-overused term 'anthem',” reads the hype sheet, and for once the hype is justified. Like Luca C & Brigante's Different Morals last year (a personal tune of 2011 for sure), this sees contemporary deep, techy house getting its soulful, vocal groove back in style. It's one of those rare beasts that brings all the energy and drama required for the bigger floors, yet without shedding an iota of its underground credibility in the process… this record deserves to be HUGE.

And speaking of underground credibility, it also comes complete with a remix from the hotly-tipped Eats Everything, who take us into more esoteric pastures with a stripped-down rub, based on more militant beats, that chops and loops the vocal and synths to head-frying afterhours effect. Which is nice, obviously.

Out: 15 February (tomorrow)

About: This comes on Hypercolour, who surely need no introduction from me by now…

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