- Release Date 2010-09-08
- Label Timefog
- Catalog TF07
James Patrick delivers detailed, mind-expanding techno expanses with a floor-rocking remix package. Popcorn blips set the pace of this filthy afterhours material, adorned with noisy ornaments to keep you guessing. Pulsing bass under thunderstorm echoes and tron soundscapes drop the science like Newton dropped the apple. This is one your muscles and your mind will remember thanks to an ethereal break before plunging back into mechanical muscular communications.
Where U Goin
Rhodes lines and trippy glitches shimmer along this trip down a nighttime highway full of deep bass, huge toms and sonic surprises... The party question of the moment is.. Hey... where u goin? Sure to be well received by fans of the quirkier side of detail oriented dance music.
Where U Goin (Barem remix)
Barem (m_nus, foundsound) adds effortlessly flowing drum hits that set up the vocal hook and kick off this smooth, powerful remix. Steady muffled chords and womps lock in a backbeat that bounces along under purposeful percussion re-treatments. The energy is maintained through beautiful bright pads and more snaps and hits. This summer burner is ready for some festivals!
Where U Goin (Someone Else's Helper Mix)
Sean ONeal aka Someone Else aka Little Helpers delivers a looped up, freight train jackathon remix. We are given a little tease of the synth line and shakers, as they build into the locked high hats and kung-fu chop snare, perfect for building tension and energy in a set.
Where U Goin (Jon Hesters sweatbox fireworks remix) Timefog artist Jon Hester makes his second appearance on the label with this speaker-searing interpretation for fans of Levon Vincent and raw house. Hypnotic, circular high hats build over a grooving bassline with echoes and drum fills, reaching a climax of screaming synths flying over hot rising tides for a dance floor moment to remember.
Where U Goin (Zarbeats workout mix) Chicagos Zarbeat (Diffusion Records) pumps up the kick drums and percussion for a double time step-a-thon that would leave Jane Fonda cursing like a sailor. Unexpected bass changes and breaths of synth hooks keep things interesting while never losing the beat.