Monday, September 23, 2013
Poker Flat Recordings steps out into the realm of more technoid, 'troity flavour with the soon to be release of Wouter De Moor's "Lectures E.P.", who - despite being dutch - kicks off in a very US-american, wild pitch driven way whilst the legendary man Theo Parrish, also featured as full on a capella 6+ minutes bonus speech on this 12", drops some serious knowledge about the art of dj-ing and jacking off and all that on the A-side, followed by a dry and raw but well frolicking oldskool House cut named "8 Voice" that keeps things real on the dancefloor, causing a buzz with its catchy basslines and sharp claps. On the flip we'll find the previously mentioned a cappella tool as well as an anthemic "Lectures" rework by the great Kirk Degiorgio who really kicks punters asses with his huge, slightly modulating stabs, 808-alike toms and expertly crafted vocal transformation. Killer piece. Essential.