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Hot on the heels of his ‘Tab of Acid’ offering for The Trilogy Tapes, Big Willie busts out his SP1200 for a solid four tracker for DJ Haus’ Unknown To The Unknown. Things get moving with old skool house referencing title track complete with piano stabs and vocal sample. It has a similar sorta 1988 vibe like ‘Can’t Stop’ by Plez if anyone remembers that tune. &ls ...

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Woo Right EP by Willie Burns
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 03 March 2014

Hot on the heels of his ‘Tab of Acid’ offering for The Trilogy Tapes, Big Willie busts out his SP1200 for a solid four tracker for DJ Haus’ Unknown To The Unknown. Things get moving with old skool house referencing title track complete with piano stabs and vocal sample. It has a similar sorta 1988 vibe like ‘Can’t Stop’ by Plez if anyone remembers that tune. ‘The Heaviest Elements’ is a gurgling acid house stomper with a throbber of a bassline. It’s pretty linear/ loopy save for some Chi-town flavoured snared breaking it up a wee bit but a real solid groove nonetheless.

‘Fast Times At Long Island City High’ is an uplifting, grin inducing house tune that reminds me a bit of Orbital’s ‘Chime’. It’s not like a dead ringer or anything but it just has that melancholy/ ecstatic vibe nailed with a really sweet longing melody and searching bassline. Finally ‘Adverbs and Adjectives’ is a dense slice of foggy dubbed out house closing the EP. Great stuff as always from this Brooklyn dwelling producer.


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