Pumping acid, electro and techno to power sweaty raves.
The record sounds like something you'd hear while pounding the floor during a foggy Saturday night at Bossa, running between tough acid, electro and speedy techno. At nearly nine minutes long, "A Cid" is one to get lost inside, as a spooky voice spells out "A-C-I-D" amid a no-nonsense 303 and chomping cymbals. "Vuvu" follows with rolling synths and rising drums that take a floor-shaking left turn halfway through, while "Pimp" takes you to the finish with a bubbly electro workout. Released by two hardworking pals who know how to fill a dance floor, Jack Dept.'s first slab of wax will help power your next rave.