Listen to the Australian producer’s forthcoming 12″ for Berceuse Heroique in full.
Although he seems to have put productions under his Dro Carey alias aside for the time being in favour of the crunchy house and techno he makes as Tuff Sherm, Australian producer Eugene Hector seems to be going through a patch of productivity to rival Joey Anderson at the moment. In the past year alone he’s delivered music for The Trilogy Tapes, Where To Now?, Reckno, Merok and ANUS Records.
His next transmission will arrive in early April courtesy of the consistently excellent Berceuse Heroique label, who will follow up a forthcoming 12″ from Breaker 1 2 with Smugglers Bureau, another release that fits between their established catalogue numbers, occupying BH 05.5 in their swelling discography. While previous Berceuse Heroique records have only featured a track per-side, Smugglers Bureau breaks with convention, delivering two Tuff Sherm originals and a remix from L.I.E.S. artist and L.A. Club Resource boss Delroy Edwards. The 12″ can be listened to in full below – the barking dogs of the title track and Edwards going unexpectedly deep in his remix of “Easy Company” are notable highlights.