If you havn't heard of Eq Grey records before there has to be a good reason?Perhaps you've been in quarantine for the last year or maybe you've just had a bad case of miximitosis.While you've been indispenced of this Austrailian label has been putting out a hefty amount tracks that have been shaking dancefloors and hot on the heels of their current release from Musgrove&Mc Grath comes Future from Slinky resident Jon Gurd.
The Original mix is beefed-up chunk up house thats got techy flavor from the start . Its made up of body moving rhythms that take over the overall pace while dark bassline,ride cymbals and delayed squidgy sounds bounce around this.The energy is kept up with filtery cuts,just easing off the accellerator for a moment as the break winds things back up with the addition of a draggy bassline which filters back out before kicking in with all the elements in place .It's peaktime house music .
On the B side is the Dave Robertson remix which stays true to form with a more deepened take,adding a more precise bassline along with the skippy house percussion from the original . Scattered throughout is a varied mix of elongated vocals and drop outs that lurk in the backround and turn it into something of a darker affair .
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