Thumping house tunes that will liven up your next DJ set.
The first disc is for peak-time. The drums are jacking and the moods are upbeat, with fun vocal snippets and earworm melodies. The streamlined "Body Move" is especially nice, thanks to a bubbling bassline and clever pacing. The energy rises slowly, the beat stepping aside for a few micro-breakdowns along the way. It's a smooth yet effective track, the sort of thing you might hear among Craig Richards' housier selections. "Love Room" and "Perception" are less nuanced and kick harder, hammering with the thump of big-room house.
That leaves the second plate, where you will find a few options for a night's early hours. They come in the form of beatdown-style tracks that were previously only available digitally, and include cuts like "Pursuit Of Trackiness" and "Children Of The Ghetto." These are psychedelic house tunes, oozing from the speakers like a Workshop B-side melting under the sun. This sound is Lady Blacktronika at her most original.