You, probably, already know, if we’re taking an artist to the premiere section again, shortly after the previous release – it’s gotta be good. This one from Otis – who just was here with the landing at AMI Records – is good. At least, good. A perfect start for the label, called Dias De Campo Records (you may know a festival with a similar name).
“D-D-D-D-Dope” is one of those tracks, that are raising your eyebrows during the previews. And you’re just praying that the full version will be at least as great. Inside we have the conversation straight from your Duolingo or (if you’re old enough) some Oxford University Press books. Add to that one good kick, balancing between straight and broken rhythms, and also that massive wobble. The track is very laid back, but still, should be loved by your crowd.
“Floxy”, the B-side neighbor of our premiere, is built a bit differently. Again – quite laid back, with that almost guitar band drums and some retro synth additions later in the track. “Extra Dimension” on the A-side opens the record with a moderately gloomy vibe, setting the mood for the whole experience here. Like a demo version of a big banger, except it was made specifically to sound like that. “E3rea” will be the last one in the review and my second favorite here. After all that seriousness of other tracks, this one is a bit brighter. Almost some summer trance vibes we’re having here. What’s not to like, right?
Even our main track in this review should make this record a quick sold-out. And imagine that there will be a lot of people, who will like some other ones from the record. If you don’t want to be late with that – Subwax, Deejay, Clone – go!
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