|1.||"Fall Down" (6:44)|
|2.||"Fall Down" (Carlo Lio remix) (6:12)|
|1.||"Fall Down" (MK remix) (7:46)|
Aside from an early EP for Jamie Jones' Hot Creations, Mark Foster's Solardo project has helped the Relief label go through a bit of a revival period, stepping out of the underground and back into the mainstream. For reference, Relief Records is one of Chicago's most important house music labels, and should be treated with the upmost respect. Thankfully, Solardo knows this and, while this may still not live up to the original material from the likes of Glenn Underground and co, it most certainly provides some refreshing rave vibes! "Fall Down" is a percussion-heavy banger guided by a low-cut acid bass and those infamous hardcore stabs we all instantly recognise; the Carlo Lio remix builds and builds until its drop unleashes a blockade of steady tech-house beats for the modern ear. On the B-side, big don MK requires the tune with his inimitable touch, flexing that groove out into a sexy, garage-leaning banger.
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