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Blastculture explores both energetic minimal and mellow house with two new tracks on this EP. Pumping up the tempo, Set Yourself On Fire features a relentless rhythm track with an energetic hi-hat pattern, hits, stabs and effects. By contrast, Moving The Ocean is a mellow house track with an infectious female vocal sample, smooth pads and a solid rhythmic groove. The Aerologic remix turns the track into an uplifting trance anthem with melodic synth sounds and and uplifting melody.
For our June 2015 release, we welcome back Blastculture who has revised his signature minimal house grooves to bring us two new tracks, Crime Scence and Lets Try To Sleep Now. With a pumping, rhythmic groove, Crime Scence features a bouncy bass pattern and plenty of laser hit action. On Lets Try To Sleep Now, Blastculture explores his darker side and uses a machine-like deep bass drone to creates a sinister feeling evocative of those late, sleepless summer nights. Aerologic reworks Lets Try To Sleep Now into a big room anthem, adding uplifting pizzicato riffs and large reverberating snare drums.
Fasten your seatbelts and have a good trip with two new house grooves from Blastculture. Experimenting with acid sounds, the first track X-Ray Acid Heavy-Handed captures the vibe of early underground house while keeping Blastculture's own slightly minimal feel. The second track, War At 136bpm, is a classic Blastculture dancefloor workout with dark, driving rhythms interspersed with occasional effects.
This release features three new mixes of Marc Burt's trance track Ethereal. Aerologic presents two mixes, the upfront mix lifts the uplifting pads from the original and blends in spacious, reverberating trance riffs, before breaking down with the original warped synth riff and adding bleepy, computerised arpeggios, ending with another breakdown into the uplifting pad section. The progressive mix focusses on the warped synth riff, filtering this in and out before a huge electro chord breakdown which slowly builds with the synth being brought back to a crescendo. Blastculture returns to add his own minimal house grooves to his steampunk remix, emphasising the synth arpeggios and adding funky house rhythms.
Blastculture returns with another two progressive house cuts featuring his trademark infectious yet minimal groove. Building up with driving club beats with tribal rhythms before a slightly sinister breakdown introduces strings and effects, No1 Is Safe is a DJ friendly pumping minimal track which will get those dancefloors moving. Speak Out combines shuffled rhythms with a garage influence, orchestral swells, spoken female vocal samples and bubbling flange effects and a filter breakdown to create an atmospheric dancefloor workout.
Blastculture is back with two new tracks, keeping his trademark minimal house sound but this time around adding a harder edge and speeding up the tempo. A Blast In The Past combines driving house rhythms with a hard, acidic off-beat bassline, along with hypnotic and slightly robotic vocal effects which drift in and out of the track, adding a slightly eerie vibe. Mary Quant In Grey also features harder house rhythms with plenty of hi-hat sizzle and adds intermittent echoing techno bass stabs. The JMD remix adds tribal percussion and reworks the techno bassline. All three mixes are available to download for re-use in DJ sets, podcasts and mixes under a Creative Commons licence. Image by Gustavo Devito and reused under a Creative Commons licence: http://www.flickr.com/photos/devitogustavo/6756325851/