Harrison BDP - Rhythm Is Key [Breaks ‘N’ Pieces 010]

10,90  excl. VAT

Availability: In stock

Label: Breaks ‘N’ Pieces
Format: Vinyl, 12″, EP
Country: Uk
Catalogue: BRKN010
Released: August, 2021
Genre: UK Garage, 2-Step, House

Harrison BDP - Rhythm Is Key [Breaks ‘N’ Pieces 010]

TRACKLIST
A1. Shuto Expresswa
A2. Anti Lag
B1. Rhythm Is Key
B2. Bad Habits

RELEASE INFO:

Harrison BDP services up four variations of 2-step on a release that highlights the producer’s knack for crafting colourful dreamscapes whilst having his finger on the pulse of contemporary dance music.
‘Shuto Expressway’ channels the visual stimulation of driving through the Japanese expressways of Tokyo from which the track is named; dubby basslines, well placed vocal samples and a genuine feeling of serenity makes for a sunny stepper.
‘Anti Lag’ is an electro-garage mutation; screw-face wubs, grimey strings and melodic pads creating the perfect accompaniment as day turns to night, while the familiar vocal samples and garage-skank energy of ‘Rhythm Is Key’ deepens the groove.
Wriggling acid lines and subdued textures show us the door on ‘Bad Habits’, floating back towards electro-step territory with that signature BDP otherworldliness.

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Harrison BDP - Rhythm Is Key [Breaks ‘N’ Pieces 010]

10,90  excl. VAT

Availability: In stock

TRACKLIST
A1. Shuto Expresswa
A2. Anti Lag
B1. Rhythm Is Key
B2. Bad Habits

RELEASE INFO:

Harrison BDP services up four variations of 2-step on a release that highlights the producer’s knack for crafting colourful dreamscapes whilst having his finger on the pulse of contemporary dance music.
‘Shuto Expressway’ channels the visual stimulation of driving through the Japanese expressways of Tokyo from which the track is named; dubby basslines, well placed vocal samples and a genuine feeling of serenity makes for a sunny stepper.
‘Anti Lag’ is an electro-garage mutation; screw-face wubs, grimey strings and melodic pads creating the perfect accompaniment as day turns to night, while the familiar vocal samples and garage-skank energy of ‘Rhythm Is Key’ deepens the groove.
Wriggling acid lines and subdued textures show us the door on ‘Bad Habits’, floating back towards electro-step territory with that signature BDP otherworldliness.

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