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Dance Trax Vol 41
Cat: DANCETRAX 041. Rel: 14 Sep 22
Analysis (4:42)
Intarder (7:46)
Rebound (5:51)
Voltage (3:56)
Played by: Mark Forshaw
 in stock $13.57
High Life
High Life (12")
Cat: DANCETRAX 033. Rel: 18 Jun 21
Modern Wank (10:23)
Gutter Funk (5:16)
High Life (4:31)
 in stock $11.70
Club Angels EP
Cat: DANCETRAX 036. Rel: 22 Feb 22
Ride (4:34)
Ride (Dagga remix) (4:57)
Drop Your Pants (4:17)
Boy U Nasty (5:34)
Review: More hot-to-trot heaviness on Unknown To The Unknown's Dance Trax offshoot, as electro/techno heavyweight Jensen Interceptor joins forces with Berlin's foul-mouthed DJ Fuck Off for a trip into high-octane electro-tek/ghetto booty territory. The main attraction is arguably opener 'Ride', a breathless slammer full of nasty synth sounds, teak-tough beats and cut-up vocal samples that's subsequently given an even more up-tempo club electro re-fix courtesy of Bogata-based producer Dagga. Elsewhere, 'Drop Your Pants' is another seriously sleazy and pumping slab of X-rated dancefloor insanity, while 'Boy You Nasty' is a muscular, driving slab of steroid-enhanced ghetto-tek sweatiness.
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 in stock $15.43
Dance Trax Vol 60
Cat: DANCETRAX 060. Rel: 24 Oct 23
ID (4:06)
Track8 (5:03)
The Future (4:52)
Fullranger (4:29)
Review: Dance Trax deals in just that - tracks to dance to. This 60th such outing is a no-nonsense four-track assault on the club from the joint forces of Viikatory and Manao. 'ID' opens up with high speed and clipped techno funk and plenty of rattling synth sounds. 'Track 8' is no less punishing with loopy breaks and thudding bass combining to superb post-jungle effect. The weighty and compelling rhythms of 'Full Ranger' and the light-footed but twisted bass energy of 'The Future' close out the flipside with another pair of timeless and physical gems.
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 in stock $14.63
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