The perfect bridge from the classical US Deep House sound and the actual European electronic avant-garde. Following his release on EARTHRUMENTAL MUSIC aptly titled >High On Percussion<, GUMMIHZ is back on REAL TONE RECORDS with >Basic Elements Vol.1<.
The perfect bridge from the classical US Deep House sound and the actual European electronic avant-garde. Following his release on EARTHRUMENTAL MUSIC aptly titled "High On Percussion", GUMMIHZ is back on REAL TONE RECORDS with "Basic Elements Vol.1".
The first of a series featuring tracks reminiscent of the raw grooves of NY house in the 90's. This four tracker is full of fat bumpy grooves that comprise some excellent floor fillers. On the a-side "Freaky" is a highly energetic house groove, quite raw with a characteristic "stab" carrying the listener throughout the track. "Give me" carries a similar energy with a vocal constantly urging you to give more and more on the dance floor. The sort of track that will let a few hands loose. On the b-side "Jus Got" preserves the same atmosphere with a hidden bass stab constantly keeping the tension rising. "Organ talk" is all about the classic NY house feeling. Playful claps, screams and shouts come and go on top of a very classic and tight organ groove.
Supported by Loco Dice, Sebo K, Stacey Pullen, Manoo, Shinedoe, Mr V, Robert Dietz, Dj Gregory, Deetron, Dimitri From Paris , Rocco, Brothers Vibe, Aaron Ross, Jimpster, Marlon D, Sascha Dive, Jamie Thinnes, Djul’z, Dan ny Krivit, Lee Curtiss, Dan y Tenaglia … [txt from ]