Plastic fantastic records sees a visit from Lawler favourite Stu Hirst.Hirst has been gaining respect in many quarters for his own special blend of house his productions finding its way into many a record box since his first release "Rhythmique" on Harlem records.
On the A side is The Floor,bringing together a combination of straight forward beats accentuated with a throbbing sound gathering momentum with the
introduction of cut up vocals which first filter in slowly before another is added,tweaked and played with before dropping the beat.The dirty vocal comes to
the fore,winding back up again with the vocals doing all the work.
Plenty is on the flip side and provides something with a bit more flavour,raising the pace as a dreamy,airy groove is made up of uplifting melodies along
with subtle bleeps and big room bassline gliding serenely.There's a female vocal thrown in for good measure which overall makes for end of night plays.
Style: Progressive House
10 Feb 2006
A The Floor
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LTD CD [PFT064LCD]
1. The Floor
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