Our new artists on the roster need no introduction, as they've been taking the underground by storm since 2006 and have already blown us away at DPR with one of our most celebrated remixes. After a much needed hiatus, Brisker & Magitman are finally back taking 2016 by the proverbial balls. And we're lucky to be part of their onslaught.
'Remote' sees them picking up where they left off. Titanic tech-house is their forte and the groove sets immediately with some typically tight percussive work then it's not long before their growling bass punches through with the rasping claps & snares to add more shuffle. Fluent, glacial synths then ping to keep the interest whilst gorgeous vocals then flit amongst it to lead to the drop into more teeth rattling bass and well-timed breakdowns. Stunning.
To give the original the justifiable tweaking it deserves we've asked another eminent figure in the shape of Meat Katie; the underground stalwart has stripped back his remix, ensuring another tight swing and punch rhythm for a steady, glorious roller. With even more emphasis on the rumble of the bass, some subtle buzzing synth inclusion and the addition of his now customary expansive builds & drops this has proved a fine rethink.
On the last of the remix duties we have a new name to inaugurate on DPR, but not so new in personnel. Parallax Echo Corps is the new brain-child of an established duo who've graced the imprint before. And with a new emphasis on a new sound for this new project, they've brought the fire and more. They've twisted the original into an acidic techno monster; with thunderous kicks, raw bass, gritty cymbals, grotesque rolling snares, huge 303 and disjointed de-tuned alarm lead, encased in pure-evil automation, sheesh!