A killer new double-tracker from Altered Natives, a man currently on outrageously good form following his "Tenement Yard" album, remixes of Ikonika amongst others and some awesome DJ sets to boot. Though he's already got a new album slated for July, these two twisted funky house workers bridge the gap until then. "The Bitch" takes the lead spot and builds on tech kicks with a rough and funky acid bassline, all the while keeping things urgent with old-school 808 fills and some deep atmospherics, in the vein of 3024 label boss Martyn. "Crop Duster" gets on an even more funky, soca-dippin' tip with some urgent hats and claps keeping the tune driving along nicely while a slowly filtered post-dubstep bassline develops underneath. These two are definitely gonna tickle fans of Martyn, Kode9 and Cooly G, and anyone who appreciates some quality, forward looking house period.
Altered Natives follow up on their 2009 anthem "Rass Out" with the wonderfully deep and soulful "Believe In Me". Zed Bias turns in another kinky remix with cheeky percussion whereas Aphrodisiax add a charming retro vibe to the original. New Altered Natives track "Raaatid Einstein" makes an appearance too, bringing chunky drums and soul fired organ keys with it.
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