James What

“It Feels Wrong (lee Curtiss Rmx)”

PFR121 scanZoom inLabelPoker Flat
Cat. No.PFR121
FormatEXCL12"I
Orders fromFri, 01 Jul 2011
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Review

London based James What is a well known musician treading the more left-field and creative end of the Tech House spectrum. His numerous EPs alongside Dan Berkson have become Poker Flat classics in recent years and so we’re happy to welcome him in his first solo effort for the label. Lead cut ‚It Feels Wrong’ fuses classic analog bass with lively synth work and satisfyingly complex question-answer passages that whisk us away into a sweaty, late night vibe immediately. Berlin based lord of the witching hour Lee Curtiss adds his touch on the remix side with a killer acidic treatment of ‚It Feels Wrong’. Tense, soulful and teasing, this warm and super playable version will no doubt find its way to freaky dancefloors everywhere. ‚In The Dark’ slowly builds edgy, spooky elements in a deep, dark and sexy trip. Combining smooth chords and keys, with trippy synths and sinister vocal snippets, What’s bright and clear production works wonders in this slow-burner. Tracklisting: A. It Feels Wrong B1. It Feels Wrong (Lee Curtiss Remix) B2. In The Dark

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