||2.||"Let It Go" (feat Jose)|
||1.||"Rhytham Trap" (Guti remix)|
||2.||"Rhytham Trap" (Adam Shelton remix)|
Since debuting on J'Julz Bass Culture label in 2010, John Dimas has produced a steady stream of functional house cuts designed for the club - this EP even more so with four added locked grooves. Anyone that remembers Australian electronica act Endorphin may be able to recognise the twisted metallic hit that frequently sounds between the rolling beats and arpeggios of "Rhythm Trap". Guti lightens his remix with swirling pads and subtle acidic tones, while Adam Shelton strips things back to a pumping drum track, adding punchy staccato chords tickled by various versions of the original's arpeggios. "Let It Go" then sees guest vocalist Jose's drowsy vocals float in a bed of watery synths and a de-scaled bass pulse.
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