There's a strong whiff of techno in the air at Lot 49 HQ right now: Atix has imported some of his own special French stuff and it's stinking out the entire dance in the most delicious way. "Beats Rush" is more of a physical, classical breakbeat tech vibe as we're ricocheted from pillar to post with the visceral riddims. "Design Of Dance" takes the harder techno approach with nagging insistency and more pummel in the beat department. Both absolutely kill it.
You might buy a release for the A-side, but the best stuff - the stuff you'll drop a helluva a lot longer - is always on the B-side. Naturally Ghetto Funk's B Side is dedicated to those longer lasting bangers, and here he is in full-flavour, four-track, happy-slapping form. Technique highlights include the supreme application of a very well-known horn sample on "Rock Ya Body", the chainsaw bass chugs and JB samples on "Get Involved", the tripped out high-end riff bubbles on "Bug On Out" and the p-funk attitude of the clinically obese bass on "The Dancer". Embrace this and you'll be B Side yourself! (Yeah, we went there...)