A fat and stodgy bassline plods its way through this one in a noisy and very Playaz-y fashion. Uptempo and unpretentious jump-up, designed to keep the floor going off. What we’ve come to expect from the Original badboy.
The more I hear Facta’s music, the more impressed I become with his command of dry clapping snares and skippy drum programming. On his remix of Wen’s ‘Swingin'’ he channels that golden period, when UK funky sauntered and swaggered onto dancefloors and merged with the production styles of off-the-wall people like Scratcha and Mickey Pearce. Facta stunts and clumps his way through a hugely impressive revision of what was, admittedly, already a pretty solid tune.
Great new bouncy hardstyle release here from one of the original pioneers of the hardstyle scene, featuring a pitch-bending main melody hook and nasty drops.
Tight little two-tracker from Brstl’s label boss, a super soulful keys-led houser, flipped with a heads-down technoid roller.