Dope On Plastic (feat Raashan Ahmad) - (3:53) 117 BPM
Skit Twister - (0:50) 117 BPM
Soundshake - (3:27) 116 BPM
Theme Of Trevor & Lisa - (4:02) 115 BPM
My Friend (feat Jehro) - (4:32) 96 BPM
Time - (1:28) 70 BPM
Soul Clap (feat Rita J) - (4:26) 115 BPM
Tango Hustle - (4:56) 123 BPM
Until Vibes - (0:59) 76 BPM
Dance To The Drummer's Beat (feat The Real Fake MC) - (3:54) 122 BPM
Get Off - (3:44) 128 BPM
Review: Nope, not a Mike Leigh film about a council estate couple, Trevor & Lisa are in fact a Parisian Funk trio comprising Sebastien Despicht, Mikael Prignot and Stephane Ugolini. Dedicated to the art of live performance, these guys have rinsed the French gig circuit and their resulting musical dexterity has now manifested itself in this debut album. It's a rollicking good listen with standouts including the breaky "Night Of The Wolf", the electro-boogie of "Soundshake" and the spacey, voicebox-led experience that is "Time".
Review: This release marks two important returns - that of both the High & Fly label and the jazz funk band Trevor & Lisa. They may sound like an early couple of characters in Eastenders, but this Parisian outfit are chic as you like. "LA Nights" is a vintage West Coast g-funk jam with Roger Troutman vibes a plenty. "Breaks Droppin'" is a smooth, melancholic slice of Balearic soul and "The Battle" is a sassy 70s Latin-disco-rock explosion. Guaranteed to blow your mind.
Review: The latest release on MindTrip is a visceral affair, with Madrid's _Asstnt and Roll Dann collaborating on four incendiary tracks. The title track is a dense, noisy arrangement, with loose, raw percussion playing host to powerful filters and stinging synths, while a similar approach applies on "Old Crescent", where incessant stabs become the focus of the duo's incessant wall of percussive noise. Although "Red Rhythms" is sparser than both of these arrangements, it doesn't forgo intensity and resounds to hypnotic, clanging drums, while "Drunkenness of the Deep" sees the dynamic techno duo deliver a pared back but driving dance floor track, punctuated by high-pitched tones.
Review: Following the resounding success of their highly regarded 'Emergency Break EP,' _asstnt & Roll Dann make a triumphant return after a two-year hiatus. This dynamic Spanish duo joins forces once again, gracing Pfirter's esteemed label with their second studio collaboration. "Old Gem" effortlessly showcases _asstnt & Roll Dann's mastery of their craft with a sonic landscape where powerful basslines and pulsating synths take center stage, propelling the momentum to new heights. Impeccably distorted stabs create an infectious rhythm, while haunting pads intermingle with sharp percussive elements, conjuring an atmosphere brimming with dark allure. Each track is expertly crafted to generate the necessary tension and transport listeners to a realm of captivating intensity.