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LOS PASTORES & JULICHE HERNÁNDEZ 'BIGGER EASY EP" (OBLACK020) Exclusive Vinyl
This 'Bigger Easy' which comes signed by Los Pastores & Juliche Hernández -and which is the 20th release from the valencian label Oblack- gives closure to an aesthetic and conceptual era, opening up a new one. For this awaited release Snna and Nacho Arauz have teamed up with their good friend -Dj and producer from the Canary Islands- Juliche Hernández (DownHill Music), in order to gather all their talents to come up with one of the most clubby, dance floor oriented tracks from the house Oblack. 'Bigger Easy' contains two original tracks 'Bigger Easy' and 'Get Back' and a remix of the last one, by japanese -Berlin based producer Tomoki Tamura (Holic Trax).
'Bigger Easy' (Original Mix) is a golden ticket to the dancefloor from the very first beat, spreading out a hot and steady percussive fantasy, -clearly influenced by african music- which takes us on a trip to the middle of the dancefloor. An explosion of vocoder vocals suddenly follows, leading our path towards a vibrantly mad tech-house affair, highly underground and addictive. This is the perfect soundtrack for a night out in an imaginary Medellin, full of dancing and white mist.
In 'Get Back' the occasional trio -formed by Los Pastores and Juliche Hernández- stick to a shinny tech-house approach, vocationally club, equipped with the perfect tempo, an intense colour and a playful groove, which is Oblack’s signature. This time, the sounds are reminiscing Chicago and N.Y.C. The vocals, almost hip-hop alike, are the key in a track which becames acid at times, and breaks down into a happy path which invites to join the dancefloor.
The remix of 'Get Back' by Tomoki Tamura is such a pleasant surprise. His approach leans on a much more techno bet -primitive and oldschool- closer to Detroit than to anything else but at the same time keeping the percussive and metallic hi hats just like in the original track. Alien synths compressed in an “oldie but new” remix which indicates both, excellent taste and eagerness to innovate. Well, done Tomoki. You nailed it.
Fernando Fuentes, Oct. 2016
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