aUtOdiDakT & Blaze Tripp – Little Creatures (TRAK028) on Traktor Records
Exclusive Release on Beatport: 23rd of October 2012.
Everywhere else release-date: 6th of November 2012
Digital on all usual platforms!
1. Little Creatures
2. Little Creatures (Trumpdisco Remix)
3. Little Creatures (The Damn Bell Doors Remix)
4. Little Creatures (Dunjinz Remix)
Be prepared for an onslaught of massive proportions from aUtOdiDakT. This is the first of four EPs due out since the controversial removal of his most recent single & the physical version of his album from stores since a clothing brand (who will not be specified) threatened to sue him. Since then there were only 2 EPs by his side project Monsters of rave (together with Rotze, Super Super and Noize Generation) but now 4 new EPs are piling up for release in winter! This is only the first instalment of dancefloor damage you should expect in the coming months.
First up is Little Creatures a collab-track he did during his last Australian tour with Aussie king of bass and Jesus-lookalike of the month Blaze Tripp, who you definetely should be familiar with if you’ve not been living under a rock the past 2-3 years. His tracks and remixes appeared on BBC1, Fabriclive, Ministry of Sound & Party Like Us and he built up quite a prominent fan base of producers and Djs with his high quality productions.
Little Creatures which basically was done on a single afternoon because they both clicked instantly is no exception. Featuring crazy build-ups, heavy drops, driving percussion, rave-stabs and a nasty lead. To be honest: exactly how you would imagine a collabo of these two producers would sound like. J
On top there’s an absolute banger of a remix by Australian legends Trumpdisco with a death-rave bassline that’ll give trouble to any neighbours in a one mile radius when played loud. Next are Russian Drumstep Dons The Damn Bell Doors delivering a post-apocalyptic Moombah-Rave remix which makes all the other 110 bpm stuff sound like radio-jingles for baby clothing. Plus techno-star-in-the-making Dunjinz showcases why he could be able to save the so-called Future Techno scene single-handedly from boring purism if he wanted to.
Early support from the likes of Hostage, Far too loud, Malente, Redial, Sawgood, Larry Tee, The Bulgarian & many more…