Craigie Knowes are a Glasgow based record label who have established themselves as a go-to for any house and electro club-based DJ. Mainly due to the fact each EP is intended for the dancefloor.
The two scots behind the imprint are no strangers to the DJ booth, and are now being booked all over for their heavy hitting no-nonsense mixing, which spans electro, acid and breakbeat – perfect for a crowd of rave thirsty revellers.
The 19th EP from the label is about to drop in all good record stores, and from the consistency of the last 18 releases we already knew what to expect. Dance floor bangers across a variety of genres is what they do best, and the latest release from none other than UK hardcore legend DAWL does not disappoint.
DAWL is the main man behind record label Tone Dropout and fits perfectly with the Craigie Knowes ethos of hard rave music made for the dance floor.
Today we present the fourth track of the release titled ‘Obscure’. The rolling electro track has a bubbling acid bassline which filters in and out to build and drop energy throughout. The rolling snares and off-beat syncopated kicks create swing which is simply irresistible on a large sound system. The track could be used to transition into a different part of a set, it’s that important piece of a puzzle which you could play at any point in the night.
This is not one to miss. Go check the EP.