aus music continue to roll them out and ready their latest offering - a curveball from gerd who dusts off his geeeman alias and offers up wanna go bang: a ghettocentric package backed up with fellow clone associate alden tyrell on remix duties. under his many guises, gerd is an artist who has consistently reaffirmed his reputation as a producer capable of soundtracking peak-time moments across releases on catch, royal oak, clone and his own 4lux.
after a run of new signings in 2016 - aus music kick of 2017 with something a little bit different. to inaugurate the new year they welcome in catz n dogz for three separate interpretations of classic records from the aus music archives. cherry picked from the vast back catalogue are tracks from bicep, geeeman and george fitzgerald all of which are given a rough, smoke treatment from the pets recordings owners. kicking things off is the remix of geemans wanna go bang he title track from his punchy 12-inch from 2015 that now sees a driving and percussive reworking. bicep the game is next in line a track from the irish duos first solo outing on aus back in 2013. soft, overlapping chords are propelled by snapping drums and multiple melodic lines that build an allaying palette the remix of george fitzgeralds hindsight then caps things off as more frazzled drums propel a stuttering vocal line and a warped synth pattern. continuing to keep things fresh - aus look ahead to another year of new signings and surprises and kick off here with a reminder of the solid foundation that has come before it
poker flat classics continues its highly promising series with a huge pair of reworks of a seminal poker flat track. martin landskys 1000 miles - originally released in 2006, rightfully takes the stage in the second instalment receiving blistering remixes from two true masters