Ahead of their 2018 tour, Melbourne natives 30/70 Collective have released their follow up remix EP entitled “Elevations”, showcasing their magnificent musical artistry. The EP itself is a well-constructed buzzing compilation of reimagined songs by the gifted quintet known for their jazz-infused, funk sound. The record is released on no other than Bradley Zero’s mighty Rhythm Section and it was only a matter of time until the label and blossoming man of the moment, Neue Grafik, joined forces once more. The MPC master, Neue Grafik, executes a crisp, garage- fused, break-beat sound, full of soul with a classic French house dance music flavour, with his remix of the bands 2017 track ‘Slangin‘.
Filling dance floors across continents, close friends Bradley Zero and Fred (Neue Grafik) have consistently devised and dispatched real electronic party music with a healthy serving of soul. Following his latest EP, “Innervision”, Neue Grafik takes this opportunity to showcase his effortless ability to make a track his very own, introducing a silky sultry Parisian chic vibe to the song. Grafik captivates us within the first few seconds of this track, with the smooth, enchanting, gradual build up of lo-fi sound mixed with hazy mysterious chattering vocals – you can’t help but lean in and listen, like a sexy stranger with a deep voice.
Slangin is an original blend of Hip-Hop, Broken Beat, Garage and French house, the atmosphere that comes with the track is pure nostalgia. The use of mesmerizing chords played off a Fender Rhodes and catchy two-step beat takes us back to the good old Garage days whilst pushing us into a totally new plain of music that really wraps itself around you. Always bringing something new to our ears, Neue Grafik is unmistakably one to watch as we look forward to his next contribution! Pre-order your copy here.https://youtu.be/cFBIckStd9c