It seems that we’re going to hear more nice music from France since their Paris/Lille crew La Boomerie is ready to enter the pressing game. Before that they tried themselves in the podcasts (check their SC-page below) and events (remember those times with offline events? Mmmm…). The start is looking very promising for them – two anchors on the record – Jos and Aymeric and two less-known (at least, for me) names – Viviès and Bitterjazz. Today we’ll hear the production by the last one in full.
So, Bitterjazz (also known as Pedva) has his second landing on Trommel – the first one was a few years ago, when he was published on Omosa – the sublabel of the Lille-based Gaazol label. His opener “Run N’ Hide” on the record has that so-called minitrend of the last months – those ravey vibes and chords, that will probably fit a lot of sets during this summer parties’ comeback (you can almost feel that lust in their tracks now, right?). Besides its raveyness, it is a strong “frenchy” track, that could be easily imagined on almost any label from our recent feature about France. And a great record opener also, very catchy peaktime tool.
Other stuff on the release is keeping up the vibe of A1. Bitterjazz’s a-side neighbor by Aymeric from These Tasty Records made a track that could be easily imagined in a set right after him. With that fatter and sometimes almost boiling bassline, mmm! If you’re thinking the same about “Whiteboard” don’t forget that “real djs buy two copies”, haha.
“Black Sun” by Eya Records’ Jos, that is opening the b-side has kinda calmer vibe in its first part, but with the percussion, that didn’t hear about it. The second part easily cancels what I said about the “calmer vibe”, of course. And the “Seek&Find” by Viviès seems to be a great closer for the record and a debut for him – you can be a little bit tired of that spacey mood but you’ll never be tired of a vocodered voice, I guess.