New edition of Special Series brings you a special Slovene talent in the form of Baly, whom we got to know and love many years ago at Subcult. This time he returns with a marvelous 3 tracker record, perfect for long summer nights.
Playa Azul comes in hard with great harmonious elements with old school sweet pad leading the way, proggy bassline creeping in the back and tightly placed drum fillers pan the spectrum. Each bar end gets smartly accentuated by mellow tone progression, which fits perfectly in the broody yet driving of the tune. Just don’t let your foot of the accelerator.
Independente goes in completely other direction, yet brakes are still not applied. Drum work is arpeggiated in a smart fashion with toms & perx building the structure of this funky number, and the bass rolls out in full 16/4 turning up the heat. Chord stabs and vox cuts swoop in and you get yourself another tight tune with massive floor damage potential.
The last track finishes off the record in a more serious tone and coming full circle with opening number. It’s all about the sub-bass down here, low horns and filtered nasty vox working in tandem to intro an offset main hook, which goes well into all sorts of FX craziness on the breakdown. Nice slab of proggy techy to move those cones and feet.
EP Support By: Joseph Capriati (Italy) , Alan Gretsch, DJ Ogi (Croatia), Jon The Dentist (United Kingdom), Miquel (Czech Republic ), Paulo AV (Mexico, Canada) , Les Hemstock (United Kingdom) , Canuso (Switzerland), Denzo (Revolution Radio Miami), G8 (Slovenia), Johan (di.fm), Jon Connor (United Kingdom), KN (Japan), Mark Greene (United Kingdom), Orde Meikle (Soma Records), Brian Cheetham (Global Dance Session), Brian Gros MINUS and Surface Bookings, CINEXIN (Spain), DJ 19 (Japan), DJ Robert G (Germany), Manuel Le Saux (Rome), Rectoor (Bosnia), Dezz (Kuala Lumpur) , DJ Suzy Solar (Tampa, United States), Filipe Barbosa (Portugal), Marcos Gerges, Sven Bass Lovers (Germany), ZK (Japan), Carl Shorts (United Kingdom), Darren Rice (United Kingdom), DJ Jiggy (Portugal), Dowdzwell (United Kingdom), Neil Moore (Club Culture), Nick Shaq