British duo Campelphat are back with more fat tech house grooves, this time coutesy of Barcelona's always roaring Suara imprint. Strap yourself in for the peak time energy of lead track "Deets" with its hi-octane arpeggio, furious beats and their MCs rapid fire rhythm just adding to its intensity. "Lizard King" is more of a funked up and rolling affair that's geared for summertime crowds and will appeal to fans of the Gruuv or Saved sound. Finally be prepared for what sounded like the greatest progressive house anthem of all time (that you've never heard yet) on "The System". Some seriously life affirming vibes on this ripper. Hit prediction right here!
Charlotte De Witte has been threatening to break into the big time ever since her earliest releases on Tiga's Turbo label back in 2015. Following a prolific 2017 in which she released a string of acclaimed EPs, the Belgian producer makes her first appearance on Spanish imprint Suara. Check first the relentless, full throttle techno heaviness of "This" - think foreboding voices, constantly building drum machine percussion and occasional creepy electronics - before turning your attention to the strangely beguiling "This Heart of Mine", where solo vocal snippets echo over another bombastic rhythm track. To round off a fine EP, Lewis Fautzi delivers an intoxicating rework of "This" that's in the same sonic ball park as Kowton's remix of Throwing Shade's "Chancer" on Happy Skull.