The latest from duo Alex Phountzi and Leo Greenslade is something for the DJs - three freshly-minted bass/garage/UKF beats that go into making up Volume 2 of their Greenmoney Dubs series. "Open Sesame" is a bubbly and twitchy mix of purple chords, snare-filled funky percussion and excellent, unyielding bass. "Calling You" comes in on a starker, more stripped down sound, with a mighy electro-Rhodes break that'll push hands skyward with ease while Boomticka is the ruffest of the batch, riding a tropical-funky beat and an electro synth-squall that's simply brimming with club-rocking energy.
Here's the third installment of Alex Phountzi and Leo Greenslade (aka Greenmoney)'s DJ-orientated dub series and it's a belter, packed with bass, beats and, in this case, bongos. "This Is Love" kicks this off in a bleepy fashion, complete with a deep acid house bassline and tough, jackin' drums. "Boomer" is dark with an abrasive synthline, voodoo percussion and a mighty bass drum that provides the 'boom, boom, boom'! 'Lastly "Aaarlin" mixes what sounds like Bollywood samples with intricate tropical beats that's guaranteed to get the party grindin' in no time at all.
Greenmoney are an esteemed London duo comprising Leo Greenslade (of YoYo Club fame) and Alex Phountzi formerly of Bugz In The Attic. Here they've hooked up with British soul singer Terri Walker for a melodic bassline tune complete with hazy synth melodies and tropical rhythms. Interestingly the tune takes on a more menacing tone when heard in its instrumental form. Boxwork use their remix opportunity to turn the tune into an organ-led, looped house jam and Major Notes deliver a poppy electro-house interpretation that's certainly got the dancefloor in mind.
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