Friday, March 26, 2010
Andrade is not only a fresh face for Dessous Recordings, delivering the labels 94th 12" outing but a relatively fresh face to the electronic music production scene at all. Although the main track on his label debut is D'Julz' rework of the title track "Face De Bouc" which a is tool'ish but still ultra-effective piece of deep, rolling House music that'll be loved by all those DJ's out there longing for tunes to create ecstatic, long-building sets in endless nights - have tunes by Jerome Sydenham or Dennis Ferrer in mind to accompany this rework! -, the original version on B1 is not to be missed as well due to its classic attitude that's close to some mid-nineties vibes spread by the likes of DJ Sneak back in those days: hot, horny and featuring a sexy, discoid bassline. Finally we see a track named "Old Rules" as B2, this one being on a similar but slightly darker tip serving some uplifting synth-figures, danger zone bass chords and a snare driven breakdown that is hot as hell. Recommended.