Brame & Hamo are back with the third release on their eponymous imprint. 'Trants' and 'Club Orange' effortlessly upheld the Berlin based duo's reputation for dancefloor ready hits, with the latter selling out in one day. Picking up where the others left off, 'Limewire EP' is a nod to their early influences channelling house, techno, trance and breakbeat.
Over three tracks, Brame & Hamo brandish the party starting spirit they are rapidly becoming known for. Broken beats feature heavily alongside subtle acid licks, uplifting harmonies and sweltering synth lines.
'Parade Rain' is a peak time house roller with pulsing bass, meditative pads and airy pipes that polish it off to make a fine rendition to early 90's house. 'Sports Complex' the darkest of the EP, builds an intense energy with a heavy hitting 808 , shuttering reflections, a driving 303 line topped off with a trance-inducing melody that makes this into a big room bomb. The title track is a breakbeat workout honing a classy piano riff complimented with emotional synths, strings and more acid lines, a fruit for clarity. Finally 'Tuff City Kids' aka Gerd Janson & Lauer round it up with a club ready interpretation of their title track, adding more drum layers, a jittering bassline and a simple but effective melody to finish it off.
'Limewire' EP finds the duo exploring a range of influences, expertly referencing various styles whilst still weighing in the sound that is now unmistakably theirs.