Review: Bedrock have fired off from all cylinders to launch into 2012, and here drop a killer new EP from the ever consistent Marco Bailey. It's another dose of outside the box progressive and tech house across four tracks, following on from his acclaimed Dragon Man album. The lead track 'Lotus' is the most floor focused of the lot, driven by a techno groove and flickering melodies sparsely splashed. 'K4West' is all about the old school vibes of the main riff, while our pick of the pack is the pacier 'Oriental Disco', which will rock it in a spectrum of sets from progressive warm-up to peak-time techno.. Check this out!!
Review: Following on from his awesome 'Dragon Man' album, Belgium's leading electronic artist returns with a truly spectacular EP. Lead track 'Faint Hope' is a real moment of beauty for Bailey, very laid back and with 'end of night' tune stamped all over it, it is something excitingly fresh from the superstar talent. 'Sa Trinxa' and 'Bom Bang!' are more down the line of his typical sound, while completely the hefty package is a rocking new Dave Angel remix of 'Rubber Band'. Quality EP not to be missed!!
Review: We all know by now that John Digweeds Bedrock bring the heat to the floor, and over the past year they have been at their very best. This latest release is a real gem with two of our favourite forward thinking producers coming together. Belgian techno don Marco Bailey hot on the heels of his 'High Volume' album, locks horns with fellow countryman Filterheadz for two wicked tech-meets-prog smashers. First up is the dark and twisted 'Mansion' with a throbbing bottom end and eerie fills, while 'Avenue' in perfect contrast is lighter and funkier with a relentless techno rhythm and the Filterheadz trademark tribal vibes flashing through. This is a partnership that most definitely works, more of the same please!