Some classic Dissident (R.I.P) tackle available digitally for the first time. Clocking in at just over 11 minutes, it's fair to say that Drumstep is based on epic proportions. The track starts off in an unassuming manner, with hissing percussion lapping up against a gently wobbling bass. Snares flail and hats hiss as de Ritmos gradually adds more detail to the groove, but the killer element is the spaced out vocal sample that hangs over the bass and percussive parts. Like the twist at the end of a Coen brothers' movie, it lends Drumstep a strangely elusively feeling and calls to mind the early noughties minimal house experiments of Ricardo Villalobos and Farben. Long live Dissident!
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