Belgian artist Rone White leads the Creamminal Records resurgence with the fantastic pure house driven 'Neuroleptik'. Rone has seen releases on Neglected Grooves, Melodic Records and Basic Groove and we are delighted to be getting Creamminal back on track with his latest offering.
First up is the wonderful 'Neuroleptik' which intros with a classic kick and hat combo that DJ's love. The bass comes in on the offbeat and begins to form the makings of a full on driving and bubbly groove. A big feature on the track are the pads which have a very nostalgic feel like a nod to the eighties synths. This vibe is beautifully matched with bright arps, a brilliant hook and some tougher edged sounds. Big floor fodder for sure and not to be missed.
'We Are The Afterparty' is up next and sets off on a darker edged theme with a thumping kick and sinister pads that rise up from the depths. A very cool round of percussions provide a nice and steady rhythmic feel and gives the track a nice lift. The bass just oozes analog as it throbs out a warm yet edgy line and will no doubt have any floor jumping. Catchy synths play out a cool melody which is the perfect addition within the sound and creates a stunning house groove.
'She's The One' gets down and groovy with a full on house driven workout. A cool vocal sample provides the main element to that grooviness with a simply amazing bassline pulsating right throughout the sound brilliantly. The break churns out some classy synth work that marries perfectly with the vibe and rising to climax before the track slams back into full on mode. A definite must for those groovy house playlists!
Rone White teams up with Thierry on 'The Young And The Wild Ones'. Big and brash intro as tough kicks are joined by crispy clear hats and a rhythmic percussion section. The bass soon enters the fray and commands authority over the track as it throbs out an edgy groove. Nice and simple synths put in a show and evolve throughout the track beautifully. The break unleashes a wonderfully melodic sequence before crashing back into the main sound effortlessly. Fantastic stuff from this duo and destined to attract a lot of attention.