Cardopusher and London-based label Super Rhythm Trax join forces again after the acidic EP released back in 2016, and boy it’s a good one. The UK peeps at SRTX couldn’t hope for a better start to 2018 as this EP is their first of the year.
Unsurprisingly you will find acid in this 4 tracks EP. A1 Trust Your TV features a squelching and distorted 303 sequence playing over and over again with some drum action in the background and a heavy kick to keep you in the groove, very repetitive – never boring.
Here for the acid stuff? Switch directly to B1 and you will be greeted by Mircobes, here to please the bigger crowd with a techno feeling and more production value, it’s as rough as they come and beautifully unpolished for the pleasure of the more hardcore dancers here at Bolting Bits HQ.
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Now, the track we have the pleasure to premiere today is located in A2: Geotropism. Keeping the same raw drum programming we are used to in his productions, Cardopusher employs a bass slap sample for the low-end duties. The whole vibe of the track has a very 90’s digital feel to it and we don’t complain. Casio FTW
Closing the first-side *Never Fade Away* uses the same kinds of sound but on a more freestyle-oriented genre.
Last of the bunch, Mental Jobs sees the producer go into Nu Groove-esque territory and surprises us with the ability to make more laid-back track, laid-back compared to the rest of EP at-least. More of a dj-friendly track for those early hours it has a strong atmosphere of its own and will get those feet to continue dancing.
The EP is available right now!