Heavy-duty UK beat science.
Timedance has never shied away from releasing dance floor tunes at unconventionally slow tempos. Rattling at around 100 BPM, The Amala Trick's title track is the latest example. But that's not the only interesting thing about it. Laksa balances its heavy, distorted low-end with soaring, jazzy synths and a laidback break, giving the track a weighty yet surprisingly easy-going feel. You're more likely to hear "In The Middle" at peak-time. With forceful bass, clipped vocals and a halftime feel to the beat, it's exactly the sort of club track that gives Laksa, and Timedance, such a wide appeal.