new label from the well respected 4lux camp. australian wizzards made a big impression with their debut called ross. now they return on the newly born andarta label. they raise the bar even further: five stunning underground dance tracks. a strong combination of clever drum programming and musicality!
adelaide duo warren raww present a 12 that ups the energy of their july ep, whilst still delivering on their own brand of melodic, synth-laden house music. this time flanked by comrades arthur miles and freddie norwood, they add to the already high volume of talent currently emanating from australia.
the a side offerings shift between the more low-end driven aspect of warren rawws production style, with off-kilter bass lines, punchy percussion and contemplative chord progression. the b side strips things back a bit further with a track each from arthur miles and freddie norwood. gliding pads, raw percussion, broken beats and rolling drums all melt together to deliver an essential slab of house music.
warren raww gives you ross: exotic sounds of the south for you to get down low when you feelin high. four tracks of sloshed up, dance floor equipment broadcast from a busted car stereo via the depths of some hallucinatory jungle rave up.