Rls Date: 11 November 2012
Quality: 320 kbps
Tom Thorpe & Bonar Bradberry aka PBR Streetgang have propelled themselves to the forefront of UK house and disco in recent years while eschewing the parameters of either style, so it's no surprise they are turning up on Bristol institution Futureboogie Recordings with banging dose of acid house frolics, the 'Double Boogie EP'. Leeds hero Burnski gives A-side 'N-H-N' his special groove over on the flip.
The original 'N-H-N' has the power to revive even the most jaded 90s rave child. inspired by one of PBR's ultimate house heroes, Maurice Fulton, the release marks another shift for the production duo, exploring a more experimental approach and delivering a classy homage to proper acid house. Without sticking to a formula or following current trends the PBR Streetgang boys have succeeded in creating a killer dancefloor track with an irresistible wiggle and some serious drums.
'Mutoscope' is a sly builder kicking off with a bass heavy swing and rolling drums while quirky sounds and choppy samples filter through solid claps until the break fully releases the groove. A skilful fusion of classic influences, PBR again display a fluidity and freshness to their evolving style. On the flip, Burnski turns in an absolute gem of a remix of a-side 'N-H-N', blending the acid line with a funking bumping, garagey groove and sexy female sample.
01. N-H-N (Original Mix)
02. Mutoscope (Original Mix)
03. N-H-N (Burnski Remix)