1 month ago
Thursday, 25 October 2012
Wusel – Dancing Illusions
Bounce House releases are usually worth the wait, though, and this is no exception. Dancing Illusions itself is in its Original form a throbbing prog/tech kinda affair. Label boss DK Watts then serves up a remix that's a bit more obviously TIWWD-ish, a fairly uptempo and driving (deep) houser still with the proggy overtones in places but also now with a killer Gypsy Woman-ish organ riff, some jazzy sax licks and a "can't we do this all night?" spoken, looped female vocal.
Two other original tracks make up the rest of the EP. Desert City is a midtempo, meandering and slightly mournful affair with lots of Arabic-sounding flutes and horns and also a synth riff that sounds like the riff from a late 80s/early 90s Italo-house track only all grown up now and a bit calmer, while on a similar note, Irritated is remarkable mostly for a main synth riff that's oddly reminiscent of a more subdued Zombie Nation!
Like I said: Bounce House releases are usually worth the wait, and this is no exception.
Out: This week
About: You can find Bounce House on Facebook, on Soundcloud or at their own website.
Oh and no, Wusel isn't me putting on an Elmer Fudd accent!