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As the fourth release from ClekClekBoom Recordings, The Town? (Karve & Kazey) brings us a brilliant 3 track EP with the freshest funky vibe! For their first release together, the mighty Parisian duo who are into House & Bass, B-More Club and Hip-Hop sounds brought an energetic and heater EP that would make your body move instantly. With the track ?Pulse? they take us to a place full of twisted rhythm, bongo funky and bouncy vibes with wicked club beats.
While ?The Movement? is bringing us deadly swings with a fresh funky tribal riddim, groovesome flavour, tasty violons and heavy jamaican vocals, plus they gave us a wicked bonus beat.
Theses two smashers are exploring the Funky / House & Bass vibe this time, but they have more tricks up their sleeve so stay tuned for some more heaviness?
AVAILABLE FROM THE2014-04-28
Just after a few months after his last effort, Coni is back with a vengeance on the ClekClekBoom imprint with the wild "Comfort Zone" EP. This time he tried to do some happy raw tracks to dance to, but not only.
The show begins with "The Opposite" where an ever growing synth pad pattern keep going while some dusty toms make things tribal and warm. Playing with the lo and the high pass to create pressure points, it make the tension floating all along this confident and sunny opener. The next one "Napalm" is a direct homage to the Dance Mania legacy, the Chicago flavor is all over this straight banger, in the purest form possible. Using some jacking 606 and a 909 mixed with some old organ is enough to build this obsessive tool, ready for any floor. On the flip, "Bunker's Groove" dives into a more darker territory, aimed for the late hours of a warehouse party, it's filled with muffled percussions and decay getting lost in anagogic reverbs. distilled in the track, some rare stabs loosely looking like some sounds used in the ballroom scene are here to remind us that we're still in the club, but deep, deep below the surface. Maintaining the same mood, "Exit To Comfort Zone" ends the EP in a more introspective fashion. Beatless and full of sci-fi noises, the human presence is just allowed via some long distance voices recorded from an unknown past, then quietly fades into some electronic mist. All in all this record shows how versatile Coni can be, and we can't wait to see what he'll be cooking for the next chapter...