Title: 30 Hits of Acid
Remixers: Quivver and King Unique
Catalog Number: PBT029
“30 Hits of Acid” by Tilt is released soon on the slicingly good and trendy Pro-B-Tech Records. Dare I say, we should look forward to this straight forward assault of the senses, that conveys all the determined strengths of the style to make it one of the biggest dance cuts of the year, and it’s only January.
One can only mush about that much about the rubbery electronics, and that slow sinewy 303 rearing it’s head at us with all sorts of bravado. The layered energy, thick bass, echoing Vocalism all add and create an appealing sense of urgency, and gives you a promise, that of giving you enough room to make some mean moves on the floor.
UK heavy weight Quivver aka John Graham makes an excellent entry in to the pack with his moody, melodic remix of the lone track. The ghostly fx find the right balance between order and messiness and the result is Techno/Tech-House that never sounds same or empty. The 303 gets anxious within, the vocal interplay happens to be sublime and in place. The tone of his handiwork is darker and eerie with every jitter of the subdued bass line. It’s like having an acid bath of percussion.
Mr Thomas shows us exactly whose “king” with his remix that has an “unique” wracking, coughing bass line, and the rest of his work might prickle with a dark texture. It may not haunt, but what it does perfectly is to get you addicted to the hooky stabs of bass, contouring nicely around the melody pad. One of those infectious, floor killers that fills the entire club, and warrants much swoon around. He does away with the 303 as much, and makes it sonically dense, with a mega bass clouding most of the overlay. The cut stands firm and tells you to be naughty and nice.
Another diamond from the Pro- B Tech stables and highly recommended.